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The Dyrt Pro

Box Elder, SD

Joined May 2020

Great RV Park located in the AZ Forest

Nice wide sites for your RV.  This park is located in the forest area of Show Low, AZ.  At this time, the amenities (due to COVID 19), except for the laundry room, are closed so was unable to give it a 5 star rating.  Location is central to everything.  In fact, we rode our eBikes to get to just about everything.  Temps are warm in June and then cool down significantly after the Monsoon rains begin.  Nice people in the park.  Nice dog park and dog run.

Affordable Paradise!

OMG!  This resort is definitely one of our faves!  Torquoise water, leaning palm trees, white sand beach!  We fell in love not only with the resort, but the proximity to Bahia Honda and Key West.  Sites are decent, showers were recently remodeled and laundry room was very large.  Many activities going on at the club house.  Great playground for the kids.  AND, you have to check out the marina.  Water's so clear you can see all kinds of fish, sharks, jelly fish and manatees.  Love, love, love this RV resort!  Check out our youtube video on the park!

Great Desert Oasis

We loved this park in the Arizona Desert.  Close to everything, yet set up to feel like you're in your own little village.  The amenities at this park are outstanding and the neighbors are super friendly.  Sites are decent size!  We loved the three pools, multiple hot tubs and modern showers and laundry rooms.  This park can be hard to get into because of its popularity.  Highly recommended!  Check out our video of this great RV report on Youtube at:

Level Camping on a Hill Overlooking Vast Mountain Range

FREE and easy to get in and out.  Plus it was level.  This dispersed area is right off the 95 highway right as you come in to town or leave it based on the direction of travel.  You park up on a hill that overlooks a vast mountain range.  The scenery is just gorgeous and the sunsets are beautiful.  We were the only ones parked on the hill most of the time but a few overnighters did stop in.  We stayed on the hill for a week.  It's close to the town of Tonopah which is quaint and includes all the amenities you need.  We dumped our trash at the local Texaco station dumpster.  

You enter this location right before the BLM office.  Entry road is across from the Texaco station.  There are three paths, take the middle or the left.  The one on the right has a large dip you'll want to avoid.

Loved this free camping and view of the lake

Our first time camping on this free land.  We call it free as we have a National Park pass and didn't have to pay to enter the park.  So many spots to camp and set up your rig that no one was on top of you.  Views of the water were amazing and the sunsets to behold!  There are trash dumpsters at the entrance to the dispersed camping area and we saw BLM folks out patrolling.  Many off road paths around to take your jeep or side by side.  It does get hot here in the summer so would recommend coming in during the winter or spring

Great Area to Camp and Enjoy the Lake

This was our first time boondocking in the forest of Williams, AZ.  A friend told us about the free dispersed camping along Dog Town Rd. which is only about 5 miles outside of the cute town of Williams.  There are many spots available to boondocks amidst the cool pines and forest.  Tent camping, RV's, 4x4s, were everywhere.  We give this area 4 stars only because recent logging in the area left some areas with ugly burn piles and stacks of burned wood.  Otherwise, it was a great location.

Close to the Grand Canyon, Bearizona, Route 66, Dog Town Lake, Coleman Lake, Flagstaff, Lava Tubes Cave, Deer Park

Very Close to Your Neighbors & Noisy

We stayed at this park twice while passing North and South of Las Vegas.  It's a no frills Thousand Trails park that could use some updating.  The spaces are very tight together partially because the occupants don't follow the site lines on the ground.  We saw several that parked on the line and extended their slide outs into the area of the next RV'er, therefore, they were unable to extend their awning.  Car parking is chaos, again because no one seems to stay within the space lines painted on the ground. We had difficulty even backing into our site because of the way the next door neighbor parked his rig and vehicle.  They finally saw us struggling and came out to move their car.  There is noise from a busy road behind the park and it's in the path of the airport.  Between the noise and the close quarters, we were ready to move on after a week.  The laundry rooms were decent but twice we found washers to be out of order.  Showers are OK.  Dog park is half grass and half dirt.  Pool was closed when we arrived but looks nice.  Some annual or seasonal sites could use some clean up.  Looked like they were storing everything they owned outside.

First to Review
Overnight Stay Only - 2 Stars for Price Only

We stayed here while passing through Nevada on our way to Las Vegas.  Would only recommend this park for an overnight stay as you are only about  20 yards from the highway and it's VERY noisy.  There are double rumble strips for truckers so that increases the volume by far.  The park is no frills and could use a little sprucing up (week and tumble weeds).  The cost is only $25 a night, but I think you can find others in town at the same price.  We didn't utilize the showers or laundry so unable to comment.  Check in was friendly and expedient.

Free Dog Wash

We stayed at the Scenic Road RV Park after the desert began to warm up and we needed AC. No frills park. The showers are decent as is the laundry room. Sites are level. They offered us the use of their dog wash room which was a nice bonus. Noise from 95 was a bit too much for us. Good overnight stop or If you’re coming in to town for the Quartzsite RV show.

Beautiful View of the Lake

This is our second stay at this campground by the lake. The sites are pretty level and can accommodate a larger rig. Be sure to go all the way to the end to find the RV sites with covered picnic tables and fire rings. The terraced views of the lake are beautiful. You can walk down to the water but know the lake is farther out than it looks. Vault toilets and dumpster on site. Town of Hawthorne is about 10 miles away with all necessities. If this park is full, you can try Tamarack and 20 mile beach but they’re not as nice.

Beautiful setting below snow capped mountains

This RV resort is situated in the middle of everything! Close to Lake Tahoe, Reno, Virginia City and more! Spaces are wide and recent upgrades will have nice vine covered privacy fences between each site. Showers were clean. Sites were level and pull through. Had a nice store onsite and large laundry rooms. The only draw back to this park is the traffic noise. It was very loud at times but did die down in the evening. Would stay here again.