We spent 5 days at here and loved it. While we came a little too late for the obstacle course the paddle boards and the cove were amazing. The spots are great with full hookups and fellow campers are nice. Will come back and spend more time here in the future.
Big spaces with great amenities. We will make this an annual destination with the great gift shop, beautiful surroundings, and fun river. Lots to do and plenty to see!!
This is the place to do it. Beautiful lake and even better desert scenery. The RoadRunner campsite has water and electrical hooks ups (no sewer) and each spot is adequately spaced so you don’t feel crowded. Two dump stations conveniently places (with water!!) to make leaving a breeze. Make a reservation for when the weather gets nice (Late October to mid May).
20 minutes north of Phoenix and close shopping, restaurants, and Scorpion Bay (the best restaurant on water!!)
This is one of the great RV Parks of northeast Arizona. Beautiful year round with well maintained sites. Highly recommend making a reservation to get a primer spot.
Don’t be fooled when you drive to this park though, you enter through a neighborhood.
The State of Arizona has done it again with the Kartchner State Park. The Campiste is beautiful in a way only the desert can be and Kartchner Caverns is breathtaking. Recommend making reservations to ensure you get a long enough spot and get a spot in a tour of the caverns.
Rancho Sedona is located off of Schnebly Hill Road right in the heart of Sedona. Backing up to Oak Creek, this RV park is picturesque and fun for the whole family. Don’t forget to bring your sewer hose holder to keep it off of the ground and make sure you give yourself time to hike on if the hundreds of hiking trails (Devil’s Bridge is a must see).
The spots are spaced apart but pay close attention to your rig length, some spots are tight and under trees.