Campground
MickandKarla W.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Jun. 8, 2021

Interesting State Park

Homolovi SP was easy to find off I-40, just follow the signs. We went straight to the campground (CG) as the entry shack was not occupied. We should have gone to the Visitors Center and register first, which we did immediately after setting up, but we had reservations and our site number. The visitors center parking lot is fairly small, but we could have parked there with our 39’ 5th Wheel. We easily parked in pull through site 28 with 50 AMP & water. The pull throughs on the right side of the road in the 20 and 30 area all have the 50 & 30 AMP electric and water on the passenger/RV door side. The site was plenty long and we had no problem positioning and running our electric and water under the rig. Sites throughout the CG are nicely spaced apart. The Arizona State Park website provides excellent details on sites and camping here. We saw quite a few overnighters each day during our 3 nights stay over a weekend in June, and the park was never full. Suggest you bring ant spray as the little buggers headed up the stairs soon after arrival. Early one morning we walked the mile down to the Homolovi 1 ruins and were pleasantly surprised by a small herd of donkeys that posed for pictures but didn’t get too close. We also drove over to the Homolovi II ruins. Lots of history in this SP. We drove the short distance to Winslow where we were “Standing on a Corner” and did a supply run to Walmart and Safeway. We enjoyed our three nights stay in our spacious site with desert views.

  • Site 28
  • Site 28, utilities are on this side but no problem reaching them.
  • View of site 28
  • Site 28 picnic table and fire/bbq pit
  • Homolovi 1 ruins about a mile down the road from the campground.
  • Donkeys greeted us on our walk to Homolovi 1 ruins.
  • Back-in site; wide openings for easy back-in.
  • Park view from site 28
  • Park view towards bathhouse area
  • Sunrise
  • Sunset
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