Quiet RV Site next to Casino

Nice and clean RV site with great views of Ute Mountain. Just across the street is a Casino with Restaurant and activities. Park is quiet and clean but few amenities.

Clean Fun and Close to Colorado Springs

Nice campsite with a lot going on. Fun for kids with pool and slides as well as a lot of activities created by the staff for kids. Right by a riverside with scenic walks. Campsites are clean and quiet at night. Cabins available with an outdoor kitchen area. Sites are expanding along the river in future.

Windy RV Resort with Hot Springs Pools

Nice place with hot spring pools. Lots of amenities. Close to downtown Palm Springs. Only issue is it is terribly windy most of the time.

Not a Typical KOA

This is not your typical KOA campsite. Although it has a small office area with amenities such as a bar and small eatery (open on weekends only). There is not much else unless you are an avid dirt bike rider.

Close to wine country and to old town Temecula with its' restaurants and bars.

Close to Old Town Cottonwood and Jerome

Nice RV Park close to Cottonwood and Jerome and only 30 minutes away from Sedona. Quiet area and well kept that also has Park Model cabins available. Scenic River views and walks as well as views from the ECO lookouts on top of the hill above the RV park.

Basic RV Camping Close to Sedona

This is just a basic RV Park that is nestled in amongst older trailers. The RV part is in the middle section and on either side is the trailer park. So don't expect much in the way of conveniences other than the provided water, electric and sewer. There is decent Antenna service and Wifi so I did not need their cable TV. It is less than a mile from the shopping at Tlaquepaque. It can easily be walked to as well as continuing your stroll to uptown Sedona shopping. As far as RV spots in the Sedona area, there is only two within the area and this is the only one that seems to have spots available.

Walk to nearby Tubac Art center

3 mile groomed walking path. Laundry on-site is only $1.

Situated in a unique natural setting close to the Anza Trail along the Santa Cruz River. Serene and peaceful yet only 1/2 mile walk to the historic village of Tubac where art and history meet. The campground doesn't offer a lot of amenities but it is quiet and peaceful and the nearby town of Tubac and the surrounding area offers a lot of nice sites to see. Nearby is the art center of Tubac with great galleries and crafts as well as wonderful restaurants. Also, nearby is the old Historic mission near Tubac- Tumacacori, which is a great place to visit. I would probably stay here again if I am visiting Tubac.

Nice site with Great Views

Nice site with Great Views of the whole valley. Interesting sculptures and old vehicles and machinery. Great location close to downtown Santa Fe but yet far enough away to feel like country. No pool or kiddie area but still nice site with patio furniture and pad.

Not a lot here

23 hours ago

Not a lot here. Even without dealing with Covid there is very little to do. Campground is very tight and your neighboring camper is directly facing your front. You basically share your front space and picnic table (if you're lucky enough to get one). There is also no wifi nor cable, not even anything available through an antenna. If you do camp here bring dvds. There are a few radio stations but that's it. Their pizza or restaurant is only on weekends and the salon is closed. Store runs out of coffee in the morning and is not refilled. All in all, find somewhere else.

Close to National Park

Nice park with open pool. Not far from the National Parks which is a great day trip.

Close to mountains and city

Access to great hiking and the views are incredible. You are literally at the base of the mountain. Close to nearby shopping and restaurants plus downtown Flagstaff is only minutes away. Campsite is clean with friendly people. Hiking trails lead right into the campground.