New park located one block south of US-84 on SR-36? on the East side of town. Clean, gravel sites, some with shade. If manager is not on site, call listed number. Very nice park, 4 pull throughs, the rest are back in.
This is a newer park, poorly set. If it rains it will be a mud hole. No manager on site. We were desperate when we stopped here. On down the road East a few miles were two other parks which were much nicer, so keep driving. Would not stay here again.
This park no longer affiliated with KOA, and in a few minutes you will understand why. However, they still answer their phone as "Rock Springs KOA." Park management is totally beyond these people. We were assigned a site already occupied, got another, and soon after someone else showed up saying we were in their site. The dog park is totally unusable as it is "covered" with dog droppings. Picture a huge gravel parking lot, with utilities, and that is what you have here. Never again, I will keep driving.
Gravel sites, no picnic table or Bar-B-Q area. Dump station and trash dumpster are located on the drive into the park, not on the way out. Site was level and clean,and they keep the pea gravel well raked.
7 miles north of Roosevelt Lake next to the Butcher Hook Complex on Arizona route 188. Very clean new campground, gravel sites. Next to stores and gas station. Surrounded by mountains with a great view. We found it by accident driving by, and glad we did.
If you want to see the Caverns, this is the place to stay. Gravel sites, roofed picnic tables by each site. Hey, this is desert country, and it is an older park, but it is right at the caverns. We stayed there two nights, quiet, reasonable rates. If you want KOA amenities, go to the KOA but expect a 1.5 hour drive to the caverns. If you need groceries, cigarettes or liquor, buy them before stopping here.
One of the nicest KOAs we have stayed in. Large, well maintained, friendly and helpful staff. Due to traffic and the roads, the best way to see the sites is by tour which will pick you up at the park, and return you afterward. All day or half day tour. Expensive but worth it.
This is a trashy park, poorly maintained. Most of the sites are taken by "long" term residents. Make sure you have everything locked up at night. We stayed there after the exhaustion of I-35 through Austin. They have two pull-thrus for overnighters, but the hookups are at the front of the site instead of the rear. Plan on sleeping with your air or fan on to drown out the road/airport noises. It will do in a pinch, but your skin will crawl.
This in reality is a county or state park. Ideal for fishing, etc. I don't think they were overjoyed with an overnighter, but were friendly and helpful. Asphalt sites with tables and bar-b-q equipment. No cell phone or broadband signal. Many mosquitoes and sand flies, but they had been having a lot of rain. No other campground in the area.
For a state park, this was very nice. Concrete pads at each site. Friendly and helpful staff. Many mosquitos and sand flies, and when walking under the trees expect ticks to drop on you, I had three within the first hour we were there. Forget cell and broadband, the most I had was one bar and kept being dropped, no broadband at all.
A newer KOA still partially under construction. Limited store items, shade sites are all back-in. Dirt sites, read slimy mud when it rains. Unless they upgrade the roads and sites I won't be back. Why do they think we don't mind tracking in mud and grass clippings, or dealing with a muddy outdoor carpet piece???
Grass sites, signs of standing water when it rains. Cable is terrible, better your own antenna. Showers, two stalls, dark cubbyholes. If someone else is showering, it is such close quarters you will be very good friends by the time you finish. I would use my RV facilities, even if only a sink. You can feel the athletes foot and toenail fungus attacking you. Otherwise park is attractive and well maintained. Would not want to be here in the heavy rains though.
Dirt/sand sites, a mess when it rains, whole park is on a downhill slope. Sites not level. Office/store only open 9am to 5pm? Showers clean but poor, poor water pressure, have to have hot full on. Cable has only a few channels and poor quality. Noisy from I-95. There is another campground on the other side of town, which we will try next time.
A well maintained, very quiet campground. Antenna TV stations available. Dial up speed Verizon broadband access. There is limited shopping, buy what you need before you get there. Limited dining and entertainment. If you are looking for a quiet, top quality campground, this is it. The staff were great. Visit the Seminole Indian museum and take an air boat or swamp buggy ride.
Park is laid out so that long rigs, i.e., 5th wheels, etc., must use full hookup sites. Electric and water only sites do not provide enough maneuver room. We watched a 5th wheel scrap a tree and had to abandon getting in there. Please don't disturb the office staff while they are on the phone, just come back later.
Sites are clean and fairly level. Management is nice. Sites need gravel. When it rains mud is a problem, and it is hard to keep it out of your RV. We have stayed in much worse and a few better. With gravel on the sites I would have no complaints. We would stay here again.
This place is difficult to reach from the interstate. Do not visit in October or November. They have a furniture marketing show during that time, and everything is packed, and traffic is terrible. We were in a full hookup site in the "D" section. Hookups were on the wrong side of the site, and there was only four feet spacing between campers! This was our first and last visit. An interstate rest stop is better.