Very nice camp with huge, mature trees. Showers and bathrooms were great. Best we've seen on our trip. Hookups were easy, including Cable and Phone (didn't use either, though). Seemed to be filled with full-time trailers, though we rarely saw anyone walking around. Not sure if these are people who leave their trailers here permanently and just come in for weekends or what. The camp is somewhat isolated--about an hour to Sedona. We drove down one morning, but it was mid-90s in Sedona. Went back to the camp and lounged around in the mid-80s. Would stay here again if in the area.
Beautiful camp, shaded by mature ponderosa pines. Very friendly hosts. They escorted us up to our spot and helped us back in and get situated. We had a reservation for Memorial Day weekend, but we called ahead and came in a day early. Then, when we discovered how much there was to see in the area, we asked for an additional night. Would camp there again.
Arrived at dusk on the tail end of a thunderstorm. Still sprinkling, and the wind was howling. So setup was rushed! Quiet location well off I-80. Lots of trees, but not in full leaf-out yet. Gravel grounds with small patches of grass here and there. Friendly staff led us to our site, pointed out all the connections. The wind died down sometime in the night, and we woke to a beautiful sunny day. Would stay here again.
Very empty during our stay on a Monday. Slight freeway noise, level gravel sites. Wi-Fi very weak. Couldn't even see the network at our site. Nice office with helpful staff. Cable TV worked well. Only problem with our site was the sewer connection was uphill and our trailer is low to the ground. Water doesn't flow uphill. As someone said, this isn't a destination site, but okay for an overnight. Might use it again.