We used this park as a base for visiting nearby Chiricahua National Monument. The gravel pull-thru sites are level. Although somewhat narrow the sites are adequate for big rigs with enough room for the small picnic table present at each site. We were surprised to find a small living room like clubhouse equipped with with free computer and videos. The two room clubhouse also included exercise equipment. We didn't check out the laundry or showers. The Verizon wireless signal was strong. We stayed for two nights and would stay again.
I concur with the previous rating. There is easy access to big full hook-up sites (non-dusty gravel). Since the pull-thru sites are not perfectly level, leveling may be problematic for some rigs. Our motorhome required some manual tweaking of the auto-levelers. The campground is excellent for over-night or 2-3 day stops. There were a few long-term residents in back-in sites and only one other rig in the ten pull-thru sites. It was fairly quiet. We did not use or need the showers, restrooms or laundry. I concur with the rating of the restaurant. Breakfast there was excellent. We stayed for two days and will stop again if in the area.
This is a great campground. Large, partially shaded, concrete pads; well maintained grass between the sites; and full hook-ups on all. The park was quiet and the staff was friendly. The WIFI had outstanding strength and bandwidth. I had some difficulty getting a satellite signal due to a nearby tree. However, other sites were open and would have allowed an easy satellite shot. Trash is quickly picked up in the morning at each site. We did not use the cable TV service. We also did not use the pool. The only negative is that the laundry consists of several machines located on an outside porch. We stayed for 8 days in a motor home and would gladly stay here again. The cost is the weekly rate plus one day at the Passport America rate.
Park is mostly gravel. However, it is great for an overnight stop. Park is fairly close to the highway but no appreciable traffic noise. Owner is friendly and makes an effort to make sure everything is OK. Also there is a camp host available to address any problems. We will definitely use this park again if passing thru the area.
This park has fairly close sites. However, all are pull-through. The roads are all paved. It may be tight for some 40ft and larger rigs (ours is a 38ft class A). The staff is friendly and the grounds are well maintained. There are a number of older rigs with most residents appearing to be seasonal. There are some clubhouse activities and a pool. We did not need the facilities and used the park for a Disney World visit (12 miles away). The park was also quiet with no road noise or partying. We would stay here again.
We utilized this park for an enroute stop-over. Most sites are pull-thru. Both shaded and open sites are available. The staff was friendly and very helpful. The park appears to be well maintained with very few unoccupied (e.g., stored) vehicles. The lack of a playground or pool makes this park less suitable for families with children. We would not hesitate to stay here again. The only negative is its proximity to the highway. However, the traffic noise was not very pronounced and we were easily able to get a good night's sleep. The rate includes the Passport America discount.
This campground is at the end of approximately a one mile narrow gravel road choked with trees. The trees raked the sides of the motorhome continuously. The campground, while appearing spacious and with the grass trimmed, was populated predominantly with very old and inoperative rigs. The office was not marked and could not be identified. Since not a single person could be located, we did not stay. The roads in the campground could not accommodate a 36ft motorhome with toad. I was forced to unhitch the toad in order to exit the park. Since we did not stay we cannot rate the facilities. However, the difficulty driving the park's roads and the damage to the RV from the trees garners an unsuitable rating for nearly any size RV. Cutting down numerous trees on the entrance road and those trees obstructing the park roads would raise the park to an "acceptable" rating. Amazingly the park is a Passport America park.
Very clean quiet rural park. Grassy and spacious full hookup sites (water, sewer, 30amp & electric) with good mix of shade trees and open sites. Cellular signal was Ok (e.g., Verizon). Staff was friendly and helpful. Unfortunately no discounts for club memberships. Fairly large number of seasonals. However, all long-term units seem to be well maintained with clean sites and grass nicely trimmed. We would stay again with lack of camping club discounts being the only major negative.
This is busy campground with a fair number of tenters, and seasonals. Sites are average in size with most of them shaded by trees. Sites are grass with gravel roads. Dust is relatively minimal with 5mph limit in the park. Lots of families with kids. However, all was nicely quiet after 10PM. Our site had a picnic table, and fire ring with 30amp electric, water and sewer hookups. WIFI signal was excellent. Staff was friendly. We stayed for two days in a 36ft motorhome.
Very quiet park. Very friendly staff. Wide range of sites available: from open area pull-throughs to shady seasonal sites. There is a fairly large number of seasonal campers, most units and sites appear to be very well maintained. Good TV signal via antenna and excellent Verizon cellular signal. Would definitely stay here again.
Several pull-through 50amp sites suitable for big rigs were available. All well graded gravel pads surrounded by grass. Grass was well maintained and the sites were level with a number of shaded back-in sites. The pull-through sites had no trees. The staff was friendly and helpful. Greatest negative about this campground is the proximity of the Interstate highway. There was a lot of road noise which made sleep difficult. Otherwise a clean campground at good Passport America rates.
The campground has a fairly large number of apparently permanent residents. Most of the choice shaded sites appeared to be occupied by the permanent residents as evidenced by storage sheds, patios, porches and permanently mounted satellite antennae. Sites for transients were roomy drive-through asphalt pads, all appeared to be limited to electric and water only in an open grassy field. The roads to sites, although mostly one lane wide, were adequate to maneuver large rigs. The campground was quiet with stable 30/50 amp electric and water hook-ups. The sites were well away from the highway and located behind a large area dedicated to RV storage.