The restrooms and showers are very clean, the staff very courteous, but our picnic table was unusable due to being broken in several places. The train noise seems to be worse than the last time we were here. It is still our favorite Kingman RV park.
Nice, clean flush toilets and showers. Paved roads and sites with table, fire ring, and BBQ grill. No charge dump station and water supply for paid campers. Rate is with Golden Age Pass. Half of sites can be reserved; first come sites fill up nearly every day, so come early!
$10 rate reflects Golden Age Discount. Host very friendly and knowledgeable. All sites paved, mostly level. Verizon air card worked, due to close proximity to town. Only negative, it was 106 degrees, but cooled off some after sunset. Would stay here again but not in summer.
This park has been rebuilt to modern standards for a Forest Service Campground. It is 1/2 mile south of Prescott city limits, (pronounced PRESKITT) on Rte 89. Our rate is for Golden Age Pass. It has paved roads and sites for up to 40 feet.
This is, in my opinion the best place to stay in the Kingman area. The sites are long pull throughs but shade is from a few desert pine trees. Our site, #40 was too far away to get the campground's Wi-Fi, but other websites are available. We would come back again, but a reservation should be made, they fill up by 3-4 pm.
This looks like a park in transition, for the better. The hosts are seemingly trying to make improvements. The pool and showers were very clean, but the side by side hookups create very close spacing and there is no cable TV service. The WiFi is in the office.
6 loops of about 22 sites, all level and most wide enough to put a boat. Loops A and F are first come, first served, but some are occupied by what looks like storage. We were here 9 days and saw no one at these sites. Our rate was non electric (we use solar) and Golden Age. I thought National Forest rules were 14 days and site must be occupied every 24 hours, but here you can stay as long as you want.
We stayed here for 14 days, and it was a very nice place to explore the area. We traveled a radius of over 150 miles. The hosts were extremely helpful, gave good advise about the area and we enjoyed our stay. The rate reflects Golden Age Pass. The only complaint was on occasions, the hosts ignored loose dogs. Since The bark beetles have devastated most of Colorado, do not expect shade.
The rate reflects a non electric, senior pass. This gave us a chance to explore the area, and our 10 day stay was enjoyable, but there are some things that need to be addressed. The signage is confusing. The Marina has a full service campground, and the Ashley Forest campground entrance is confusing. The signs all say register at the Marina, but that is for the full service campground. Also, the Forest service hosts are not in the campground, but about 600 yards away. If you want any information, it requires a drive to their site. They only patrol the campsite a few times per day, and you can ignore any rules.
The state parks were all reserved for the 4th of July, and we found this park on the west side of town. It is a mobile home park with a section for Rvs. The wi-fi is located on the roof of the restroom/shower/laundry and is very fast and reliable. The rate is a weekly rate and you get full hookups for only $4.00 more than the state park we wanted to stay at, which had no hookups. It is close to the mall and dining. We would definitely stay here again.
Camp hosts were very friendly and helpful. This park, while dusty and of gravel is what you can expect in the arid southwest. We were able to visit (do not miss) Canyon Lands, Arches and a very pleasant drive up the Colorado River on Utah 128. Moab is a tourist trap. We were here 3 days. Gas here was outrageous @$3.49
This a recently upgraded USNF Campground. All sites are paved with cement patios, fire ring, and table. We had a very good solar site. Potable water was not availible, seems there was a problem with the water system. We stayed 5 nights. Price reflects Golden Age discount.