This is a very friendly, well laid out park that is open year-round. Our space was wide, level and very easy to get into. Plenty of room for slides. Laundry and restroom facilities were immaculate. We were near the office which was clean and staffed by a very sweet young lady. This is a Good Sam Park with usual amenities. There's even a miniature golf course there. The park sits on gravel (which given the winters, isn't surprising). We enjoyed our overnight here. Would definitely stay again if in the area.
We stumbled into this park after business hours (Sunday) trying to outrun the rain. Never met any staff. The facilities are clean and quiet. A lot of the people seem to be permanent or long term (there's a prison nearby). The grounds are tidy and graveled. Space is level. We left our money in an envelope at the office after picking a pull-through slot. Laundry room was clean with a small book exchange. Cable was clear (not fuzzy like some parks have). Also of note is a tornado shelter in the laundry room. Would stay again if passing through.
We pulled in here after hours, picked a space, and paid in the morning. This is a Good Sam Park so the rate is with the discount. (They don't ask for your card.) Space was plenty long, level, and easy access. We used none of the amenities other than the space which worked out fine for the night. It's about a half mile off I-80 so it's easy to get to. Our rating is based on the above, as we didn't use any of the other amenities. If passing through, we would stay again, as there is sufficient room between spaces, and the utilities were good.
We didn't have anywhere near the experience the previous rater had. The upside: The operators (an elderly couple) were very friendly and helpful. There was one space available that fit our needs. It was an end spot that was level right next to the giant trash can (which was covered and not full). The showers/bathrooms were very clean and had sufficient hot water. On the down side, the park is very crowded, with not a lot of space between. Cable reception was not great. It is very child friendly as there is a play area, and we observed a lot of children. It was, however, very quiet during the evening hours. We stayed one night and for our purposes, it was fine and met all the needs (level space, quiet, good water pressure, clean restrooms). We camped here in a 29' Class C with a 12' cargo trailer. However, I doubt a really large rig would work, so if you have one of those giant 'hotels on wheels', this probably won't work for you; but if you are like us, just need a quiet place to hook up and settle in for a night, it was just fine. Last note: it is a Good Sam park with a 10% discount. If you pay cash, they give you a 20% discount (making it $26 for the night.)
We stayed here after first stopping at a park near Cabool. (Refused to stay THERE!) Pulled in at night and chose our site. Based on it being a Good Sam Park, we expected a LOT more. The sites are gravel and while level, pretty rutted. The grass and weeds were untrimmed, the roads full of ruts. Didn't shower here, but checked the bathrooms. They could use a serious cleaning. Looked like a lot of residual mold in the showers. We came after hours and never saw the office interior. The pool looked ok from a distance. It is right on a frontage road along the freeway and there are railroad tracks near. Our site was a pull-through as we had a vehicle in tow. It was a long enough space. TV reception on the batwing antenna was actually pretty decent (no cable). Didn't use Wi-Fi. For 1 or 2 nights we'd stay again if no other options were available. We wouldn't stay for any longer time.
We stayed for a week for $190, that included tax and electric. Very large, clean park. The clubhouse bathroom was immaculate as were the showers and laundry facilities. Clubhouse had lounge and library (for book exchange), jacuzzi adjacent to the pool. Other than cable TV, this park has it all, but with 20 or so local TV stations, didn't miss it. We stayed in a very nice sized, pull through spot. It is within walking distance of Sams Town Casino that operates regular shuttles to the strip. We would definitely stay here again if in the area.
First off, this is a little 'mom & pop' motel that has a few adjacent RV hookups; just your basic place to stop, rest and get out of the weather. Not fancy and nothing other than water, sewer and 50 amp electric, but quiet. It is operated in conjunction with the cutest little country store and gas station where the folks are friendly. If you're looking for "all that and a bag of chips"...keep moving. But if you just need a place to relax, get out of the weather (in your rig), hook up to water, electric (50 amp) and sewer for the night on the cheap, it may work for you. We'd stay for a night again if in the neighborhood.
Many of the folks here are long-term. Park sits on gravel/dirt, but the roads are treated to keep the dust to a minimum. Park sits on Main Street and is easily accessible to the local businesses and seasonal vendors. We stayed for a weekly rate of $190 that included electric in one of the "overnight" spaces near the front. Lots of amenities, clean showers, laundry, spa, clubhouse, books, cable TV, WiFi. Motorcycle and pet friendly. Nice place to stay. Staff was friendly. Will stay again if in the area.
Stayed for a weekly rate of $135 plus electric. Park is clean and well set up. All sites are gravel and fairly large. Clubhouse is spacious and there is a nice lending library there. Park has activities, clean laundry, showers and some exercise equipment available. Only down side seemed to be no cable and TV reception minimal. It sits just outside the city limits of Huachuca City and next to an RV dealer (for supplies and/or propane). Park management friendly. Pet friendly. Park is motorcycle friendly and near many great Arizona attractions including Tombstone and Bisbee. Would definitely stay again.
We stayed here for a week. Rate of $130 was reasonable. The park is gravel based, sort of like a parking lot, but the surrounding hills are beautiful and there is a lot of nice scenery (including Devil's Canyon & the Tonto National Forest Cave Dwellings) to be seen. Great motorcycle riding in the area. Residents here are mostly long term. We stayed in one of the (4) pull-throughs available. Showers were clean, but are coin-operated, so we didn't use them. Their website says cable is available, but we didn't have it. Manager friendly and this park is motorcycle friendly. Propane is available. We would probably stay here again in the future if space available.
We stayed here to ride out a really bad storm in July, 2010. Facilities are clean, but good lord, I've never seen so many rules at one place in my life! Two pages, single spaced (legal size if I recall correctly.) It was beautiful and quiet (except for the storm) but way too many rules. Probably would stay again but only for one night.
Nice green park. Located away from town. It's fairly new. The office and laundry are one room so when the manager isn't here, there's no access to it. (He's usually here during the day somewhere.) Showers, bathrooms were very clean but could use some different shower heads (not adjustable with needle spray!) Very friendly manager. Nice quiet place to stay and the rate was good. I believe they usually charge $2 or $3 more per night for pull-throughs (although he didn't charge us.) Would stay here again if in the area.
Small park attached to motel. Owner friendly. Rate 'reasonable' for the area. Our rate was with Good Sam Discount (though it does not have many of the amenities usually associated with that rating). Although there were families here, didn't observe any areas/activities for children. Has a small laundry which was clean and reasonably priced. Spaces small but level with green grass and picnic table. Overall park is very small and with so many big coaches there felt 'crowded'. It met our basic requirements (hookups and laundry). Would probably stay here again if in the area.
This is a "membership" type park with permanent folks there. I believe it's seasonal (closed during winter). There is a single row of available sites for 'transients' like us, that are all pull-thrus. Maximum length though is 40'. Gate closed and locked at night but you get the combination while staying there. No laundry or store, but there's a laundry in town a few miles down the road. There's also fishing and scuba diving available as one of the kids living there told me there's an old plane (or boat) out in the lake for divers to explore. It's a very big area and the permanent folks all use golf carts (nobody seems to walk), but plenty of places to walk around. It's quiet there and the park met our basic requirements (hookups and reasonable rate).
Quiet and the rate for a week was cheap at $150. (Cash/checks ONLY.) When coming from Madison, easy to miss because their sign is really beat up. (Other side not to bad). As previous review said, it needs some TLC. Is within walking distance to the town. If you don't need all those amenities that the expensive parks charge (swimming pool, laundry, cable TV, internet etc.), this should work for you. We had a decent sized pull-through near the entrance. Interior roads are gravel/dirt. Location made it easy to get our motorcycles in and out of the trailer and out to the road. Would probably stay again if we're in the area.