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We picked this campground on a whim based on reviews as a halfway point to our next destination. We're so happy we did.
We stayed two nights at the Willow walk-in sites (W10). Despite our campsite being close to the bathroom it exceeded our expectations. Campground is well organized with friendly…
The road in is several miles of dirt washboard. But the views are great once here. Not close enough to lake unless want a mile or so hike. Most roads are little more than clearings of brush motorcycle trails. Lots of OHV in the area, so weekends really noisy. But nice otherwise. Good…
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We camped here Thanksgiving weekend, not for the express purpose of camping, but so we could avoid high AirBnB or hotel costs with our dog while we visit family for the holiday. We didn’t use the pool, though it was open and looked clean. Staff and other campers were friendly. The site is very…
Well separated level sites in a desert setting. Good views of the mountains and the Valley of the Sun. Most sites have electric and water. Good Hiking in the mountains during cooler weather.
This is a self described 5 star RV long stay park. It has Almost every amenity you can think of. The park is slowly being converted to all homes. 18 hole golf course on site and a bar and grill.
I highly recommend this resort! It offers Good Sam discounts. It is located on the flight path for an airbase and can get noisy but the amenities far outweigh the short bursts of noise. There are many local activities and national wonders within a short drive.
This is a basic, all ages park. It has a pool, Wi-Fi, laundry, and showers. Angie, the manager is awesome and tries to work with people. The park is not in the best part of town with close proximity to vagrants, but it is relatively safe. My wife left her car unlocked and maybe someone slept in it…
The park has an excellent nature center, great hiking, archaeology and good water/power hook-ups.
A bit far from restaurants etc. but that’s good.
I camped for 5 nights in the Roadrunner campground of Lake Pleasant. I had a site overlooking the lake and it was fantastic. Easy to get my 39' toy hauler in and room enough that I didn't have to unhook and could even put out my rear ramp as a deck.
Great view, easy to back in site (watch for…
Just a few minutes of travel along a dirt road, plenty of open space midweek. A couple portapots, and ok cell coverage. Lots of signs of wildlife: coyotes, horses, etc. we’d definitely come here again!
This park is quite large and has many camping options: day passes, tent camping, semi-developed sites, and fully-developed sites with awnings for big rigs.
There are many hiking trails too, for every level of difficulty.
The nature is splendid, with hummingbirds, chipmunks, and plenty of…
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Very short drive from civilization. Semi developed sites are a good way to break someone in to tent/car camping. Full restrooms and showers nearby. Usually clean.
You can even hit one of the restaurants at the lake.
Primitive camping on the shoreline is cool and still not too far from…
A dozen or so free tent sites. Tables, fire rings, grills. Vault toilets. Campers under 20’ should be okay. Larger RVs should consider a spot back off seven springs road. Going too much further up the road isn’t a good idea for RVs.
Road in is pretty good. Some washboard. Most vehicles will make…
Everything is expensive. Plan to pay for every little thing.