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Ann M.
Winslow, AZ
Joined May 2018
Last minute cancellation got us into the park RV spot.

Book ahead of time..maybe months before you go.

Ancient Hopi Ruins

High desert, lots of sky and land, shards of ancient Hopi pottery everywhere, 52 sites some pull through, back in and tent sites, 30/50 amp available,dump station and potable water station, free showers and restrooms. On site Camphost, Homolovi I a d Homolovi ll nearby, rangers available from 8-5 - 7 days a week. Stargazing night at the ranger station with telescpe, 1880s Mormon cemetery within view of San Francisco Peaks and little Colorado River. A gem in the desert.

Sand and surf

Right down the road from Air Force installation but right on the coast of beautiful white sands. Had to back the motorhome into it's small but level concrete site, power and water, fire it and picnic tables, surrounded by native trees, plants, birds. Hot showers and bathrooms are Free, dump station on the way out. Just steps from the coast, boardwalks abound due to alligator Alley😱😱.

Close to the Atlantic ocean

The smell of the ocean, the squish of sand between my toes, the breeze in my hair…the love of the Great Atlantic Ocean…..makes me feel small and blesses. Easy access to the office, registration made on line, got the site closest to the ocean. Full service office with quick snacks, drinks, souvenirs, hot showers and bathrooms all free to use. A very short walk along sidewalk to the beach.

Historical get away in the forest

The swaying of pine trees with the smell of the forest greets us at this easily accessible site in our motorhome. Electric and water hookups at our site, dump station available on the way out, camp host available. Picnic tables, fire pit available at our site. Lots of shade, plenty of trails that cover this State Park. The Kron house nearby, the swimming pool ( closed at time of our visit). The town of Albemarle 10 minutes away and Badin lake right down the mountain. Lots of history here just stop at the ranger station for information, maps and more.

Wide Open Spaces

Homolovi State Park and Ruins….Ruins of the 'Ancient Ones', the Hopi. Land of Little Hills. A Galaxy of stars in the dark skies at night as you snuggle under your sleeping bag the cool desert breeze across your face, the howl of coyotes in the distance. Free use of showers and bathrooms after driving the I-40 , large spaces for the motorhome with FHU, a dump station, potable and drinking water available, dumpster for trash. Easy pay after 430pm on site. Then there are the ruins at Homolovi l and ll, Winslow a quick 10 minutes away, little painted desert over the hill, Petrified Forest and Holbrook East on I 40 about 20 miles away, Meteor Crator I 40 west about 15 miles away. Then there are the San Francisco Peaks in the distance. How can you go wrong with a stopover here.