Thomas K.


Joined June 2020


Nice views and nice staff

Stayed here for over a week. Right outside of Reno. Close to a Walmart. Mountain View’s and lots of pull through spots. Back in and pull in spots around the edges of the whole park. Lots of grass and pool

Closest camping to the lake

Epic views of June lake. Can get very busy during summer months. Spaces are on a hill overlooking the lake. They have water and dump station near entrance. 30$ a night or 15 with golden age access pass

Close to the lake with showers and general store

Really close to the lake with amenities. They have a general store for all your camping needs. Also have propane available. You can buy showers 1$ for 5-7 mins. Can be booked during summer months

Private hotspring with mountain views

4x4 or high clearance coming in. Long dirt road with dips and rocks. Water only flowing in winter months. Lots of tent camping spots along with 8 back in spots. Really amazing views 360 degrees. No service with Verizon.

One Mile from June lake

Free camping in the National Forest right by June lake. Accessible for bigger rigs. Looks like 8 spots with fire pits.Water and dump right before lake parking.

Hot spring with Mountain View’s!

Rocking road coming in but worth it for the view. About 8 spots at the end of the dirt road. Only one bar of service. It would be hard to access with anything thing over 22ft.

Right next to the rock tub hot springs

There are four spots right next the hot springs. Roads a little rocky getting in, but did fine in my 2wd rv. Fire pits at each spot. Can get busy on weekends. Three bars of Verizon. Pretty epic views

Right after the road to the hot springs.

6 spots with fire pits and short walk to hot springs. Can get windy. Good Verizon cell service. Excellent views

Great price

Lowest price in the area. Had two pools and outdoor bar area with fire pit. All spots are paved and easy to access

Free forest road camping

Lots of camping off these road. With mountain biking trails throughout.

COVID camping

We stayed here when the pandemic shutdowns started. Was a great place to stay put. Walking distance to two grocery stores, fresh filtered water and an ice station across the street, a very small pool to cool off in, close to downtown, and close to the west side of Saguaro National Park.

Downside is that it’s basically a parking lot with no grass (we have 2 dogs) but there’s a big grassy park less than 2 blocks away. It is gated which is nice!

Nancy was a great camp host and took necessary precautions during this time. We’ve actually not met in person because of social distancing and still was very attentive.