Name changed to Casa Grande RV Resort with new web site. All roads have been paved and all buildings have been painted. Now has 2 pools and new pickle ball courts. My rate is because of WH membership, public rate is $28 per night and $168 per week. Many upgrades to the facilities. A new activity's director has all activities listed on their web site with plenty of options every day. Management states that they have put almost 1 million into the place and it looks it.
Rate is WH member rate (actually $0). You would do well to read other reviews by the previous reviewer as he (or she) finds fault with every place they stay. I agree that the park looks "worn out" but it is still a good park. I never rate a park good or bad only because of Wi-Fi but many now consider it the most important. Facilities are clean and help is always pleasant and available. Interior roads are good (but too many speed bumps) and sites are level. Electric is steady and water pressure is good. Wi-Fi worked well when I was there.
Good for an overnight stop. Easy in and out. Just drop payment in box and pick a site. If crowded, the side by side sites could become crowded. Sign at check in says "all services for one price" but couldn't find any info about the free Wi-Fi on any literature. Water hook up was rusty so I just used the one next door. Would use again for overnight if passing through.
As others have posted, good for an overnight stop. No one available when we arrived (about 4:00 PM) so we just used the self check in. Not crowded so each unit had plenty of room with no side by sides used. Easy in and out - good interior roads and level sites. A few permanent campers and they were very friendly. Will use again.
Pulled off interstate due to a storm and found this gem. Very nice pave roads. We were led to our site and given information about the local area. We were in spot 72, a 100 foot pull through, and got satellite reception. We were too far from the clubhouse for the free Wi-Fi. Just stayed overnight so didn't use any facilities but if the check-in area is any indication, the whole place is nice. We would definitely stay again.
The sign says Starlight but it is now called Desert Vista RV Resort and is under new management. The motel and cafe are closed but the new restrooms and game room are nice. All sites are long pull through with full H/U including 50 amp. It's far enough from I-10 so there is no road noise. Mainly just a big open lot and good for overnight stays.
The rate is for 30 amp with Good Sam. Just used for overnight and was very pleased. All sites are long pull through (did not unhitch car) full hook up including cable TV and internet. Staff is very friendly and the coffee and muffins in the AM are a treat It snowed overnight and she had all the info about road closing, etc.
Saw previous comments so we stopped here for a night. We left a $10 donation so the real price is determined by you. I had trouble getting my 36 foot Motorhome towing a car into the park. Had to go up the road, make a u-turn and get in from the opposite direction as I couldn't make the turn. That's the only downfall so I couldn't give it a 10. We were a little worried about satellite because of the trees along the south but got good reception in spot #1. A great overnight spot if you are in the area.
Stopped for an overnight stay. Easy check-in and sites easy to find. Restrooms were clean and laundry was fair (old machines but worked well). Very easy off and on interstate. Some truck noise but not bad unless they used Jake Brake. We have stayed before and will use again.
Interior roads need some work but are OK. Stopped for overnight and had a nice level, long pull through. Staff in the office very friendly and they led me to my site and helped hook up. All facilities looked to be in good repair. Free WiFi worked well. Some road noise but we had no trouble sleeping. We will use again if we are in the area.
Used for just an overnight stop. Interior roads are in good shape and pull through site was adequate. All services worked well. Checkin was fast and easy. Staff were helpful. Probably not a destination park but very good for overnight. Will use again if in the area.
We camped here under AOR which is $9 a night and had to pay $3.50 for cable TV even though we have a sat. dish. Still the best buy in the area (place next door is $39 a night). Very friendly staff - lot's of activities and great breakfast buffet in the restaurant. Near enough to town for shopping. Very quiet area and parked next to the stream made it nice. I would recommend for small children as a lot of things for them here also. Sign at checkin list dog breeds (pitbull, etc.) not allowed and I only saw a few small ones around. I guess they really enforce that rule.
Stayed here for four days while having work done on the RV. Very helpful staff and nice not having to move the RV for service. A quiet setting with almost no traffic around the park. Facilities were older but clean. Will definitely return for service and will recommend to otherw.
One of the nicer Western Horizon parks. Staff is friendly and the park is clean. Disappointed that the restaurant wasn't open. The park was almost empty except on weekends. I assume that's because of the economy. Very close to Monticello which has excellent food and shopping. Small laundrymat but three very good ones in town. I paid $0 as a WH Platnum member. Verizon signal was weak, but did use the phone a few times.
First the bad. As a prior poster noted, when I arrived I asked to be able to get a site with satellite view and was told "No problem with this site". I was parked directly under a tree. There is a loud noise coming from the AC units behind the clubhouse and it runs all day and all night. It sounds like a band saw at idle. The roads are narrow and could use an upgrade. Very difficult to get a big rig around the corners. The Good - Sites are long and level. The facilities are good. Excellent pool and hot tub. Snack bar is reasonable. Prior ROD members didn't have much good to say but get the AC noise fixed and it's a pretty nice park.
Someone forgot to put in the brochure that it sits next to a cow farm with a horrible smell. Also, don't follow their directions because the road to the campground is closed and has been torn up. It looks like they may repave it but it will take at least a year.
This is a new Western Horizon Park. It is located at the Charleston Peak Winery. The park was built in 2003 so all facilities are new. All sites will hold a big rig and all have a concrete patio with car parking next to your rig. The restaurant at the winery is a 5 star restaurant. They have pads for helicopters to land when they fly in from Vegas. There is wine tasting every day and you can get personalized labels on wine bottles purchased there. They have a large area to wash your rig. Wi-fi is available for $. The staff hosts several pot luck meals during the week. They also have several activities every week. A well run park. Pahrump has a few casino's with decent restaurants and a WalMart.
This is our "home park" for Western Horizon so I am a bit biased. A clean park with wide paved roads and easy back in sites. All sites have a patio and are wide enough for all the "big rigs." There is room to park next to the patio so your car is just outside your door. They have a few pull throughs but they keep them for overnighters. All the facilities are excellent as is the staff. I don't know how old the park is but it looks new. Some say it's just a big parking lot because of the lack of trees but it's the nicest parking lot I can find. Wi-Fi is spotty and goes out when it gets overloaded at busy times. There are plenty of activities every day and great meals. The pot lucks are the best in the area and they have entertainment at least twice a week. Casa Grande is a growing community with several good restaurants, excellent golf and some shopping. There are plans to build a huge shopping mall in 2007. They have approved plans for over 20,000 new homes to be built in the next 5 years so the area is going to change in a hurry.
This is now St. David RV Resort and is a Western Horizon park. The sites are all sandy and get muddy if it rains. Don't bother with the wi-fi if you are not near the clubhouse. Cable TV was excellent and the buildings were very clean. The staff was very friendly and they prepared some very good meals. We had to go into Benson (6 miles) to do laundry as there was a long line at their small laundry. Benson has a new WalMart and a few good restaurants. There is nothing in St. David. A good place to stay if you are going to Tombstone or Bisbee.
Used as an overnight stop. Level, wide sites. Paid for 30 amp since it's a little cheaper. The restaurant was open for dinner at night and breakfast in the AM. That meant that I didn't have to unhook the car and still eat out. Nice people at the CG and the restaurant. Would definitely use again.
We saw a highway sign on US-81 in south Nebraska. We pulled into the town and followed the signs to the campground. The place was empty and instructions at the bath house said to pick a spot and put $5 in the envelope. At first we parked near the baseball field and then thought we didn't want to get hit by a foul ball so we moved to the other side. Had to be careful to get a site with water but finally settled in. Surprised to find 30 amp and wide level sites. No others arrived and there was no ball game so it was "real" quiet. So quiet at night that I actually worried about being alone. Decent restaurant next to the gas station in town (about a mile away) with nightly specials and an excellent breakfast. This was a real find for us and we plan on stopping whenever we travel through this area. I would recommend this as an overnight stop to anyone, especially those who use Wal Mart. The $5 was a lot less that I have ever spent on a Wally World stop.
This is an older membership park. We camped here through Western Horizon and were surprised when we were required to pay $5 a day (our membership provides free camping at Western Horizon parks). This is an affiliate park for WH but WH doesn't list this in their web site or notify you when making reservations. WH's fault, not the CG. Roads were full of ruts and sites are not arranged properly. Need to make sure you have plenty of electric cord and water hose. Sewer connections at each site but water and electric are shared by three sites so it can be a reach to those. When checking in, we were told to just go find a site with no campground map or instructions. If this park wants longer stays, they need to do a lot of work.
We used this park for a week while visiting relatives. Nice pull throughs and full h/u at every site. Very near interstate highway so the noise bothers us. Don't worry about filling with water as it's the worst tasting water I ever had. New owners were very friendly and are working to upgrade the park. Good for short stays but not a destination park.
Used as an overnight stay. Pulled in and was told to just pick a spot. A few had 50 amp and sewer but were already taken. Could walk through fence to Wal Mart, Kroger and an Asian Restaurant. Hard to sleep because of truck noise from highway next to CG.
Great park for overnight. All pull through with full h/u. Easy in and out. Good laundry facility and store is well stocked. Several seasonal (permanent?) campers and many weekends host a fishing tournament.
We love this park and the golf courses around. Don't go here if you like a lot of trees. Great for overnight or a long stay. Laundry facilities are excellent and on the honor system (don't need to bring a lot of coins). Modem now uses local numbers (not just 800's as posted previously).