Rate is based (kind of) on a monthly rate. We loved this park. We had a huge site. There are lots of friendly people with planned activities. Verizon and AT&T worked just fine. The location is perfect in the little town, and you can ride your ATVs directly from the park. It's very nice, and we would definitely return.
There are some pretty narrow and short sites in this park. In the past we had always been assigned one of those. This time, however, we were given a site in the back. It was huge!! We loved it. We could only see two problems with this park. One was the number of machines in their laundry and the other was the HUGE (really huge) speed dips they seemed to have dug every few feet requiring you to travel 2 mph. We thought someone got carried away. Our Verizon and AT&T worked perfectly. You can ride ATVs directly from the park to the dunes or BLM land. We liked the park!
Usery Mountain is absolutely gorgeous. The sites are huge. Picnic tables and barbecues are at each site. You feel like you're away from everything but yet the town of Apache Junction is about 5 minutes away. It's a super park, hosts are nice and I can't think of anything negative other than there is no dump at your site. However, there is one on the property. We will definitely be back.
This is our favorite winter park. Everyone is super friendly. The pool is heated to a comfortable temperature. As mentioned, some sites are tight but most are not. There are many pull through sites that are very easy to pull into. The weekend breakfasts are great. The location is fabulous. What else can I say? We love it.
Actually, the previous comments regarding proximity to the freeway didn't bother us. We considered it a plus because access to and from Yuma or Algodonas was easy. What we didn't like was the cramped spaces. They were definitely cramped. We felt like we needed a shoe horn to fit in. By the time folks had parked their RVs, their car/truck had to be parked sideways to fit in off the street. The sites had concrete pads but everything else was dirt. There's a nice clubhouse, small pool and other than that everyone was pretty friendly. The "4" rating is because we certainly enjoyed the full hookups and the location.
This is one of the newest parks in Quartzsite. The location is absolutely excellent on the main street of town and close to everything. The managers and the owner of the park are active and super nice folks. This is a great place to stay if you are spending time in Quartzsite. The sites are roomy and most all the folks there were friendly. Only issue we had was RV sales staff staying there in January trying to sell RVs to folks. This is why we rated a "9" instead of a "10". Laundry is just around the corner. We would definitely return to this park. (Rate reflects the monthly rate.)
We stayed here on a special Thousand Trails membership rate. We had reservations for a month. The first week we had to use our generator as power was down or reduced. Temperature was "hot" but air conditioners weren't allowed due to electrical problems. We moved to another park for two weeks. When we came back the electricity had been fixed. This is a park mainly for snowbirds to spend the winter in. It's like a neighborhood and some people would love it. There are lots of park models and the RVs are squeezed in between them. Spaces aren't very large. Even though the park allows pets, we did not feel it was really pet friendly. You're given a key to the "dog run" and actually the gate just opens to the road behind the park. The park was nice and staff friendly but not the type of "campground" we enjoy. Our electricity was metered but felt our charge for the days we were able to use the park power was a little excessive: probably because they forgot to tell us about the setup fee.
We have learned that there is a huge difference in expectations of "campers" as some rate a campground based on criteria for an RV Resort. This is a campground: and a super one at that. The park actually has 3 separate sections that one can stay in. We stayed in the section close to the family lodge. Our site was level, neighbors were nice, staff was friendly and nice. Park was clean. We hated to move at the end of our time. The location is great as it is away from the city but yet, close to shopping needs. We would definitely return.
We were extremely impressed with this park. It is actually one of the nicest parks we have visited. It is beautifully landscaped and has lots of tall pecan trees. It is well worth the trip just to spend time in this park. Office lady was nice, club house was a "knock-out" and would definitely plan on staying here if back in the area. Love it!
We loved this park and have camped here for years. We feel this is one of the best in the system. There is lots of tree coverage but we had no trouble getting our DishNetwork set up. The park was clean. Staff has been friendly. Very nice park and will probably return to it every year.
We love this park. It's always full with campers because other people love it too. The park has a full list of amenities with pools, lakes, fishing, games, socials, etc. The only downside we found is that with all the treed sites, there are very few that give a clear sky for our Dish Network. Overall if you don't need the clear sky, then, I would rate it a 10.
We camped here on Resort Parks International. The park itself was quite nice with large open sites. The only real drawback and it was a real drawback is that there appear to be a lot of permanent residents parked all around the perimeter of the park. Many of these permanent residents depart the park bright and early in the morning driving loud diesel trucks and motorcycles not abiding by the posted speed limit. Thus, the park was quite noisy. Park has easy access to the freeway for an overnight or two but wouldn't want to stay too long due to park residents.