The best thing about Rancho Sedona RV Park is its location, it really can’t be beat if you want to walk into Sedona to shop, eat, drink or whatever. And, although the park is clean and well maintained, the is absolutely zero ambiance. The sites are close together making even putting out chairs to hang out in the evening undesirable. The biggest issue with this park are signs, everywhere, telling you what you CAN’T do. NO PARKING/NO STANDING signs are EVERYWHERE. There’s NO wood fires or NO propane fires allowed. At the dog area there was a NO BARKING sign. There’s a 2 page manual upon arrival of all the restrictions. I totally understand wanting to enforce rules and create a nice quiet and serene experience, but the signs just suck all the joy out of doing anything here, even taking an evening stroll you’ll be just inundated with all the signs that say NO. The location is 5 star, but the signs make It a 2 star. Anyway, for a night or two this was okay, but if you want to stay any longer to enjoy Sedona, do some research and stay somewhere else.
Stayed at this KOA due its proximity to White Sands NP. First thing to note is that it is very close to the railroad tracks, so we would not stay here again due to the noise level of the frequent overnight trains. That being said, park is decent enough, staff was friendly, laundry room was clean. They have a nice dog park. Propane on site. 30 Amp full hook up. We came in the winter after a storm so our space was muddy :(
We didn’t really know what to expect from Meow Wolf, but you have to experience to understand what it is or how it works. It is a sensory experience line none other we’ve ever seen. We spent about 1 1/2 hours and could have spent longer. Awesome place especially for kids.
Very nice RV Park just outside of Santa Fe, NM. Well maintained with a helpful staff. We had planned to stay three nights but ended up staying an extra night to hunker down during a snow storm. There is a nice trail around the park for walking the dog with trash/bag station so folks can clean up after their dogs, but it seems most people choose not to :( We stayed in space 15 which had a lovely view and felt very private. Nice laundry facility, propane on site, dog park plus trail. 30 amp, full hookup. Park has wifi. Verizon 2 bars on LTE.
Stopped at Lyman Lake on our way to Petrified Forest NP/Painted Desert. This place is amazing. The park itself is beautifully set up and maintained, with all spaces being paved, with BBQ, fire ring and a shade structure. The on site Ranger made a site visit to ensure we were all good as we arrived in the early evening. There are also hiking trails that lead up to petroglyphs and the trails are dog-friendly. We were there in mid-February, so it was a bit cold after a snow storm, but we pretty much had the place to ourselves. Wish we could have stayed another night, but we’ll be back. Having a pull-through space made it truly convenient. 30 amp with water. Dump station available as well. Verizon has 3 bars on LTE. Stayed in space 51.
Gilbert Ray is a quiet, clean and well located campground for exploring Saguaro National Park and Tucson in general. We were in space #38 and it was perfect for our 25’ View and MINI road. The camp staff and hosts are very friendly. Cell reception was very good too.
This park is fantastic. The spaces are a little closer together than we usually like, but they’re offset so it feels more open. We chose space 59 so we could run our generator at 8-10AM and 4-6PM. The diversity of cactus here is simply stunning and other-worldly. It was a bit windy to sit out at night but we enjoyed the Palo Verde Trail (dog friendly) hike to the visitor’s center. The 21 mile loop drive was also very informative and enjoyable. The Pipe Organ Cactus National Monument is worth the visit. We’d definitely come back.
White Tank Mountain Regional Park is truly a beautiful place. We stayed in space 19 and loved it. The site is level and large. Saguaro cactus are everywhere and the park is pristine. Dogs are allowed on the trails on leash. Camp Hosts are nice and helpful. Cell reception is pretty good. We’d like to come back and stay longer.
This park is a pretty good location for exploring the Black Hills area, however the sites are very narrow and don’t provide much room for hanging out in front of the rig or enjoying a fire, etc. Each site has a picnic table and portable fire ring. We had full hook site. BIG NOTE: there is dog poop everywhere and I stepped in two piles before I even realized it was an issue. Folks just don’t pick up after their dogs here. Cell reception was pretty good on the Verizon Network.
Very nice and clean campground. Sites are VERY close together. We stayed one night on our way to Custer SD. Good central location in Rapid City, easy access to town. Wi-Fi was good.