This is a very pretty campground with easy access to the town of Prescott. Hiking and biking trails run right through the campground. Many sites have big boulders that kids love to play on. There is some road noise but this is one of our favorite campgrounds. I've camped there in spring, summer and fall.
We ended up at the beautiful campground as a second choice. Boy oh boy weren't we glad that we ended up here!! just about a mile out of Prescott there was this gem of a campground. This is a short drive to downtown Prescott. Once again Arizona does not fail us. The price was amazing at $14 a night. There is 4 vaulted toilets,which were in good condition, and at each of them there is a water spicket, with very good drinking water total of 9 water hydrates, 4 trash dumpsters as well. We brought our small tent this time since it was just a 1 night stay. spacious tent spot with plenty of room where we could of fit our 11 ft tent. We could of easily of backed a pop up and turned it around in there. We saw a few Rvs there. There were plenty of spots for bigger Rvs as well. Sites were far apart, 52 single and 4 double spots. 5 are pull through, 34 back in and 17 paralell parking. campsites were not off of one road, you are able to drive down different roads to find different sites. The sites with parallel parking didn't seem pleasing to us but to some of night. Every, and I mean every site was booked for this holiday weekend. We did not hike this trip but there was a trail near our campsite, definitely a must on our next visit there.
Camped here with a group of 11, in 2 sites. Sites were well maintained and we didn’t feel like all the other guests were right on top of us, nor that our large group was bothering anybody. Sites were spaced far enough apart that it didn’t feel crowded even though all sites were full that weekend. Bathrooms were convenient, but a bit smelly just outside the structures.
If with another family get the double sites.
This was the first place I ever camped at. We were in a tent back then. We have stayed there about 3 times since. It’s very pretty and only 1.5 hours from Phoenix. All spots have tables and a fire ring. They have water spigots throughout the park and vault toilets which are clean. It’s only a 5 min drive to downtown Prescott, so you have stores, restaurants, bars, & shopping. We had nice camp hosts and not so nice ones. We’ll be back!