I liked this park. It is huge, with lots of room to wander. Very friendly, helpful people. Clean, well-lit laundry room. Five minutes to town. It was pretty busy when we were there, but it was the height of the winter season, so that's to be expected. Wi-Fi was not reliable - this was our experience almost everywhere we stayed, unfortunately. This park is far enough from the highway, so you don't hear the traffic. I'd like to check it out again sometime in a less crowded season.
Most expensive park on this trip. For over nighter, it's strictly a parking-lot scene, very stark and bare. If you are a long-term-er, this would be a very nice place. Everything was scrupulously clean. Laundry was open after 9 PM, which helped. Friendly staff. No real place to walk the dog except on gravel.
No security - the gate was wide open day and night. The spaces seemed narrow. There is no atmosphere to speak of. It is located in a so-so neighborhood in north west Phoenix. We had no real contact with staff. It is OK for overnight, but I can't imagine spending any serious time in this place.
Industrial area, not much natural beauty despite riverfront setting. Wi-Fi was iffy, not reliable. Staff was friendly. Propane was not available when we were here, had to go chasing after it later in the day, which wasted time. Many winter/long-term residents, who seemed to have the best spaces. Good for over nighter. Lots of room for exercising the dog.
It is a long way from the main road, but a lovely spot. We arrived late on New Year's Eve & were assigned an equestrian space (all that was left). These sites are in a beautiful box canyon, near restrooms, and very quiet. We liked this campground and will probably go there again. It is possibly not okay for big rigs, as the roads are dirt and the sites are not graveled.