This place was spotless. Beautiful walkways that were lit up it felt like you were walking through an upscale neighborhood at night. Pool and a dog run which is always a plus. Carrie at the front desk was helpful and friendly and Roxanne escorted us to our spot and saved us an afternoon argument by guiding my husband backing into our spot. Just wish it was closer to Sedona.
Just stayed for the night and it was an easy set up. Wide open lots that were level and the hookups were all lit up so easy to see at night. Huge grassy enclosed dog run which is priceless traveling across country with two dogs. The price was very decent and it served us well for an easy nightly stop.
3 words….beautiful-beautiful-beautiful!!! We stayed in late September and had no neighbors next to us so we felt like we were in the desert. There was no direction that had a bad view. The water level was low so we had to drive out to the water. The lake was amazing. Huge cactuses next to our camper was awe inspiring. Water and electric hookups at most spots and the dump station is close by on your way out.
We stayed almost a week here and our spot had a tree with nice shade. Level easy set up, full hookups and a cement pad out our front door. The staff was friendly the bathroom and laundry was spotless. We had a full moon that week and hiked up the hill to their observation deck on hat overlooked cottonwood and had views of Mingus Mountain and Jerome. Easy shot up 89a to Sedona. Great stay!
We got in late so the campground was quiet but what was fascinating was that when we walked out dogs to the back of the campground toward the highway there was a whole section that blocked the highway sounds completely. No idea how that was happening but we could watch the trucks coming East and west and when they were directly in front of the campground the sounds all went silent. Very cool!! Easy and level spots so hookup was a breeze! Great place to stop for a night or two.
We arrived late but the neon sign out front was a great welcome. The office and gift shop area had a cool retro style to it. There’s a small gift shop there to grab Cadillac Ranch souvenirs. The lots for the RVs were easy to get to all were pull through and pretty level. Close to the highway so ear plugs would definitely help when sleeping. Easy stay for a night.
Traveling across country this was a good stop for the night. Just bring earplugs because the trains going by are loud. Pull through spot was level so we didn’t have to unhook our travel trailer. Lots of shady spots and easy access off the highway. Took the pups to a small enclosed run to stretch their legs before the next day of travel.
We stayed in the center lawn and it was lined with seasonal campers. We felt like we were staying in the middle of a neighborhood. Lots of activities to keep kids busy which was nice but this place is a party place for sure. One family had a large movie screen outside watching movies every night and another group of maybe 40 just partied all day and night. Most seasonal spots looked like it would be terrible to stay next to because they had fences and sheds set up so it would literally feel like you were camping next to someone’s house. If you can score a secluded spot in the woods that would be perfect but anywhere else can be a bummer.
We stayed for one night and it was super close to the canyon entrance which was great. The rv pull through were a little close together and if we set up our sewer pipe we would have had our doodie pipe right in front of our neighbors truck. We felt bad so never hooked up. Heard coyotes howling as they walked through the camp at night. That was awesome!
We only stayed one night. Got in late and left next morning. The pull through sites were large and easy to set up. Lots of trees for shade. The highway noise was loud but earplugs worked. The lady on the phone who took our reservation was kind.
Stayed one night during travel. The rv sites were level and big enough that we didn’t need to unhook. We got in around 4:30 am and the birds were so loud chirping I had to use ear plugs. Good thing is they drowned out the sound of the traffic on highway. Easy place to stay .
This is good for an overnight rest. It’s just far enough away from the highway so you have a quiet nights rest without hearing the traffic. The pond on the property has soothing sounds of peepers to fall asleep too. It’s a bit tight, we found ourselves sharing our front yard with our neighbor. You have to keep your blinds closed otherwise you find yourself looking right into the windows of your neighbors on both sides. I wouldn’t want to stay more than a night but it serves us well for a good nights sleep on our trip.
Great views all around. About 20 minutes from Santa Fe Plaza. The lots are nice and flat and the hookups are super easy. They have a great fenced in dog run and a track around the campground to walk or run. We really loved our visit here.
We stayed last year 2019 for the first time and absolutely loved every minute. We had the RV spot right by the spring and heard the running water all night. The staff was friendly and accommodating. A few times a day we had some friendly goat visitors from the farm next to the camp ground and who wouldn’t love that?! Lots of tree coverage so great shade and a creek runs through that you can swim in and take your pups in to cool off. This is our go to spot every year now.
There is a section of RV spots that are each cut out in the woods so very private. Once you have backed into the spot and leveled out it’s a good time. The section of spots toward the back by the pond are usually packed and lots of activity and early morning active children. You can take a short hike up the mountain there to see the wolves in the sanctuary. There are moments by the fire you can hear them howl in the distance. It’s one of our favorite places to camp.
Our first stop traveling cross country and it will be hard to beat! I know it’s called an RV resort but I didn’t think it would actually feel like a resort but it did. So beautiful and the dog exercise area was amazing. Should spend a few nights at least here.