This is a long term park with several park models. The RV sites are among the park models. They have one end that is mostly RV's. The RV sites have good width and length for large RV's but the roads are narrow making it a sharp turn to get in to the spot. The park is not really an overnight type park. The rates are structured for a week and more. The park is a smaller one and more of a community. It has all the amenities that one would expect in a long term park. It is quite and peaceful. The park managers are very friendly and wanted to make our stay a pleasant one. The other staff and guests were also very friendly. We were welcome even though we were there only a few days. We would return to the park if we are going to stay in the area for any length of time. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
The park was extremely clean and the staff was very helpful and friendly. We happened to stay during a wonderful party hosted by the managers. There was excellent food that Cal-Am catered, and the manager had gifts and provided a wonderful dance afterward--all for free. Would rate it a 10 except the people attending the party were rude and angry because they drank the beer and it was depleted-however the manager very quickly had more delivered. The people who stay here are not friendly to new comers, so unless you travel with friends or stay to yourself, you might want to avoid this beautiful park. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Previous review was wrong, this is a NOT a large park. Actually the smallest in Cal-Am. Only 300+ sites, not like the Mesa monsters with 1000+ . So facilities are smaller size, only 3 showers, etc., and all the park model people/ regulars have their cliques. Residents behind us walked right through our site, on the patio next to our rig, several times: til we came out and asked them not to. Best idea is to stay here on PA ($19.50 plus tax). It's in a quiet area, car needed to shop anywhere. Hookups at our site were on the wrong side. Water quality foul. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Could use more signs to find the park. Very large retirement park with mostly mobile homes. Has a very nice check-in person. Has many activities and the best laundry I have been in for months. Seems to be more of a winter community for seniors. We went here to visit family. There are so many parks in the area, that I think we will try another park the next time. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is one of Cal-Am’s smaller resorts in Mesa and is strongly marketed to long term tenants. You must be 55 or older to stay here. The parks look pretty boring, with park models and RVs stacked in by the hundreds and with little grass to break up the miles of gravel and concrete. But that said, everything in the park was clean and well cared for. There is an escort to your site, a large pool and whirlpool, 8 shuffleboard courts and an active center with a lot going on. Each site gets a garbage can that is picked up twice a week and everything works. We stayed for 5 nights with a Camp Club USA discount that only cost us $17.50 per night. We would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.