This campground has a lot of promise. It changed owners a couple years ago and is being brought up to snuff. The spaces are all back-ins except two pull throughs reserved for overnighters. Spaces are level, mostly dirt with grass areas on the sides. Behind the spaces is farmland, which if newly fertilized will smell newly fertilized. The proprietor is extremely nice and helpful. The camp store is odd in that it has some snack foods/drinks and everyone pays on the honor system (kind of refreshing). However, there are no emergency repair items for sale which would be a big problem since the local hardware store is closed on Sundays. The spaces are too narrow to get your awning open. The Wi-Fi worked very well, and there were enough cable channels to find something to watch. The town center is about two miles away, so unhitch your car or bring a bicycle. Although just off a main highway, there was little road noise. The bathroom and shower need to be renovated. The fan doesn't work and needs repair. I would stay here again for a pass through. It's a nice place which I expect to only improve under the new ownership.
This is a very clean and secure campsite. The sites are level with plenty of space to open your awning. The camp host was extremely polite and helpful. The pools are clean, the bathrooms are extremely clean, and the fitness room is one of the best I've seen. They have a nice large fenced in dog area to let your dogs run around. That's a big plus. Now for the negatives. Only one hour of free Wi-Fi doesn't really get the job done. The restaurant on site isn't open on the weekends. I didn't understand that. However the local Italian/pizza delivery is excellent. The putting green is tiny is okay for 4 year a old, but not much more than that. Lastly, I'm not sure why people stay in Tucson, this place is near railroad tracks and you will hear them.
This was a very clean site. Their website pictures are fairly accurate. Good shade trees, and thank goodness, because it's hot here! The camp host was helpful. The perms in this campground can be creepy: lock your doors. This may be a beautiful area, but wait for the cooler months. Also, forget finding anything open on Sunday. This town is heavily LDS. Their Wi-Fi was horrible!! It has three different assesses and they kept interfering with each other. If it wasn't for my broadband cellular card, the internet would not have been adequate. Their cable TV worked: but the channel line-up given did not match the limited selection that was actually available. Pick-up bags for pets were available; that was nice. We would look to stay elsewhere next time.
Camp hosts were extremely helpful and friendly. Wi-Fi worked well with good speed. Campgrounds were clean and well kept. Pull through sites were fairly level. Camp visitors were very respectful of each other.
Campsites are crowded, especially if you have a large rig or are in a back-in site (which shares hook-ups). There is no cable TV, and only three local channels on antenna and they are fuzzy. The camp store covers basic RV supplies, but not basic food and household products. There is a good local market a mile up the road. Laundry is adequate for light duty only. Dryers take two runs to dry clothes. We would stay here again as the positives outweigh the negatives. If you are addicted to television, you better have satellite.
Let me start by saying the grounds were clean, the site was level, the shade was nice, and the lady at the counter was very friendly and helpful. There was no road noise from the highway. Now for the bad stuff. The Wi-Fi costs an extra $2 and doesn't work except in the office. The cable costs $2 extra and only about 1/3 of the indicated channels showed up. Items in the camp store seemed a little overpriced, and the gentleman who worked the camp store was a grumpy fellow. My wife found the permanent residents a little creepy. I would use this stop again for a passing through, overnight stay. After all, it's flat, clean and has full hook-ups.
Mammoth Mountain is a beautiful area and the Mammoth Mountain RV park is a good place to stay to enjoy it. We stayed in a travel trailer in a full hook up. Full hook-ups are on dirt, but are of good size, easy to back into, and fairly level. Staff was friendly, so I don't know what others complained about. The store is sparsely stocked, but has basic equipment necessities, but short on food products. Some cookies would have been nice. Nearby grocery store is only 1/2 mile away, so not a big deal. It was quiet at night. Wireless internet worked well about 2/3rds of the time. Was slow for 1/3. We would definitely come again. Negatives. Be prepared for a lot of dust, pollen and dryness. That's just the nature of the area. We didn't use the restrooms, except on leaving. Patrons of the restrooms should do a better job of cleaning up after themselves and their kids. Partial hook-up sites are on pavement, but are closer together than the full hook-ups. Pets cost $3 each per night. That was pretty steep by comparison of other areas.
Good price if you'd like to visit Carmel compared to a hotel room. Roads are narrow (the bridge is an eye-opener when you first arrive). Lots of dog doo. We picked up more than our dogs left. Bathrooms are clean and sites are quiet. Make sure to feed the pigs (actually boars) in the nearby residential area. Staff was helpful. Will stay again.