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Sites were nice and big. Staff was super nice. The game room is ok with an old pool table and an arcade game but you have to pay for those. Bathrooms were nice. Nice little store and coffee shop. They had different bikes to rent but only until 6pm. Overall a decent RV park.
As a low maintenance car sleeper when camping, this spot is perfect for us. This location is a getaway from the high cost city life in Sedona, and provides easy water access without crowds. Being next to the highway isn’t ideal, so kids and dog owners be aware. Cars passing through the canyon may wake you up at night if you’re a light sleeper. The hosts for the smaller side of the campground, Mary specifically, is a fantastic host and remembered us from prior visits. She keeps the location thoroughly cleaned, each site raked and all campsites in perfect condition. This location also often has space available when popular Manzanita and Cave Springs campgrounds fill up. It gets chilly in the canyon (as a phx local) so I always suggest bringing layers.
Amazing views of Cottonwood and all of Verde Valley from these camp sites.
Okay so I prefer free camp spots and places that are quiet and tucked away. This place is great. It’s not too far off the paved road but the road does get a bit bumpy once you’re off the paved road. I stayed in site #4 and it was perfect. I did have to pick up some trash left behind but very little. Came here to avoid the heat in Phx and it was still warm but nothing like the valley. And cooler at night which was wonderful. You do hear traffic from the road above but it’s not too bad. There’s a good amount of space from other camp sites so you don’t hear people very much and everyone was quiet once the sun was down. Overall I really enjoyed this spot. Oh and no bathrooms or water which I don’t mind bc it means less people around. And we did have cell service so that was a plus.
Everyone was very friendly and campsite was kept very clean. 4 stars because there is a lot of bees… they are all over water and food. I couldn’t even keep water out for dogs :( would’ve been perfect if there weren’t so many bees!! We were at site 9. Also we got lucky because next site was empty so literally felt like we were the only one :)
The campground is made up of only dispersed camping areas, and offers some awesome views. However, because it is so close to the city, we found that all of the spots off the dirt road were occupied. People were almost everywhere, so if seclusion is what you’re looking for we don’t recommend :( We arrived there around 8pm so maybe it has something to do with that, but we have never seen this many people in an dispersed camping area. After searching for awhile we ended up settling into a spot, and were met by some unpleasant people (who looked like they had too many drinks) telling us that they were planning on camping there. Overall we ended up finding a spot to put up our tent and we left as soon as the sun rose. Great area, not such pleasant people.
Just a little south of Prescott, this campground is located in Prescott National Forest among the pines. Campsites are decent sizes and far apart from each other. Bathrooms are cleaned three times a week and it shows. Drinking water is available. No showers. Not much to do at the campground other than enjoy the views but it’s just ten minutes from downtown Prescott with things to do. There’s Goldwater Lake about 15 minutes down the road that’s good for fishing and kayaking. Overall nice clean campground.
This is a very nice spot in a section of forrest that was logged a few years ago. The dirt road in is good, a little washboard, but overall wide and solid. There are many spots to camp and fit anything from tents to 28-30 foot travel trailers/5th wheels and large diesel pushers. We came in late on a Saturday evening and had to settle for a roadside spot with no shade. Sunday afternoon however, the weekenders started pulling out and we were able to find a nice secluded spot in the trees further away from the road and other campers. This is a great jump-off spot to see the grand canyon or the sights in historic Williams az and route 66.
Rancho Sedona is located off of Schnebly Hill Road right in the heart of Sedona. Backing up to Oak Creek, this RV park is picturesque and fun for the whole family. Don’t forget to bring your sewer hose holder to keep it off of the ground and make sure you give yourself time to hike on if the hundreds of hiking trails (Devil’s Bridge is a must see).
The spots are spaced apart but pay close attention to your rig length, some spots are tight and under trees.