Convenient location. Pool, laundry, WiFi, rec room, playground. Shaded RV spots. Very green and well kept. One of the best places we’ve stayed at.
We enjoyed staying here. The hay rides were fun. There a pool, laundry facilities and little store. Also a clubhouse with WiFi. RV spots with full hookups. Price was good not great.
Convenient location on the I40. Laundry facility, pool. The tiny town has very little to do or see besides the tourist attraction of the “Blue Hole”. If you’re here you may as well go see it. It’s like 5 mins from the rv park. Also there is a Dollar General nearby to restock on essentials. Quiet place to get a good nights rest.
This RV Campground is great, one of the nicest, cleanest we’ve ever been too. The price was fantastic for what you get. We only stayed one night here and left wanting to stay longer. Everything is so clean and nice looking. Heated pool, BBQ dinner plate for purchase is available some nights. There’s a nice playground for kids. Although the kids were wanting to take advantage of the WiFi lol we were able to stream and download what we needed fast. We’d stay here again FOR SURE. Conveniently right off of the I40.
This was near the Grand Canyon, which is why we chose it. Full hookups, no shade in our spot but it’s cooler in this area so it wasn’t too hot. Campfire pits were available and made our stay so much better! Stores and restaurants are nearby. We bought some groceries and made dinner. We did feel the grocery store was expensive so I suggest getting groceries before you head here.
This was on the Colorado River so it was pretty great. We were here in July and it was HOT! I mean HOT! There are no shaded spots either so our RV was running the AC non stop. They BBQ food you can buy by the plate. There are 2 pool and a tiki bar to buy snaks and alcohol. The pools and bar are shaded. There is a store also. I would definitely stay here again. Loved it!
We stayed here 2 nights because it’s a Thousand Trails campground and we’re TT members. It’s in the middle of nowhere in the desert. That’s both good and bad. It’s very very close to railroad tracks and at night the loud train kept waking us up. The sites are dirt so be prepared to get lots of fine dessert dirt in the camper. They had a pool and basketball court and there are lots of tress so that’s good. Full hook ups were available to us no problems with that. We had to change our reservation last minute and the staff was good about it. If you need a place to camp around here I’d reccomenc it if you’re a TT member bc it’s free to members and what’s better than free??