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The short walk to the stunning lake Watson makes this park a must visit. You’ll feel like you’re in the wilderness of the mountains be able to access trail head just a few steps from your site and yet be a DoorDash call away from pizza at your door. Plus that same walk to lake will bring you to playground and you can even rent kayaks.
Holding back from 5 star review for just two reasons because roads through site were basically dirt making it super dusty when wind picked up making dinners and hanging out outside the camper pretty tough. Plus the laundry facilities were pretty limited in hours for a place with so many sites. Having to do laundry mid-day with last loads in by 2:30 when we were out exploring wasn’t doable for us.
We arrived late so it was very dark. The signage was very difficult to see and no one was available to help us find our spot. Cell reception and internet were terrible. The employee at the entrance told us what spot we were in, but said sometimes people took them, so just find another spot and let them know where we landed. 🤷♀️ Which is what happened. We found a spot in area H, hooked up and went to sleep. Woke up at 6:45 with the neighbors dog barking A LOT! At 7:30 another neighbor was blasting AC/DC! And at 8:00 the barking dog people were blowing bubbles for their 3 under 8 years old children, screaming and giggling 5 feet from my RV! Needless to say, we moved to another spot for the 2nd night. It was quieter, but the whole vibe of the park was unorganized and the overall impression we got was an unfriendly, cranky bunch that lived there.
the host clifford makes this dispersed site easy to navigate. sometimes finding places like this can be awkward, but his signs and care for the experience make this a fantastic place to be in the northern arizona desert. the sunsets. the sunrises. the coyotes howling. this is a really good spot.
The Sedona View RV Resort is a really clean and safe Park. The Staff is friendly and help you any way they can. They have Full Hookups with 30 & 50 amp service. They do charge a KWH fee for electric for a monthly stay. However their monthly charge is NOT high like other Resorts in Camp Verde.
They have a shower and laundry house. As of March 2021 showers are still closed due to Covid 19. Laundry is open.
Most sites are level but there are some on the outer parameter that you’ll have to work a little magic. Inner sites are fine.
If you like hiking, this is right next to the National Forest with a trailhead right in the Park.
Quiet at night. Watch the moon rise over the mountains.
Check out the other reviews. They state the situation very well.￼￼ It is a very nice campground. There is room for some large rigs. ￼ Newly built flush toilets. Only negative is you sometimes have to listen to ATV’s that sound like giant kazoos. Did not see any tents, only RV’s. Half price for senior pass holders…$7.00👍 Two bars on T-Mobile…yippee!
Staff was helpful and friendly. I had to leave a voicemail to make a reservation and they were prompt in returning my call for my reservation. There is a half mile hiking trail to a gorgeous lake. My son and I had a good time climbing around on the rocks. There’s a lot of nature to enjoy and lots of things to keep kids occupied. Full RV hookups at each site. I will return.