So far we have waited two hours to get into the gate. You not only would think this national park would do better at accommodating travelers. We prepaid at the Grand Canyon visitor center. Not sure if it’s worth it. So far not so much.
Very Cute inside. Rough driveway and will scrape the bottom of your rig. We have a (2020 Voltage 45’ 5th Wheel toy-hauler). They have Def and Diesel but it’s to the right of the main pumps just follow the signs. The staff is the best they could get in the area they are in. I’m assuming because they were extremely lazy to help or clean up the area. The hot dogs from the hotdog machine were still frozen and we did not know until we were already on the road. The corn dogs were hard and not edible. My fault for getting food from a gas station. However, other Mavericks have delivered quality. This Mavericks is strictly a last minute gas stop in the middle of misery.
I thought this place would be a magical moment for my family. We noticed it on this site and fortunately we are very well off but not well off enough to adventure to this resort to show our children how important it is to respect our heritage along with the soul of wild mustangs. After looking up the web page the amenities as far as staying we’re over 2 grand a night. I did not notice anywhere for RVs. The pictures look spectacular but I’m pretty sure you can get the same experience in Wyoming, Utah, Colorado, Idaho, ... though not a mustang refuge there are places you can donate to truly help these horses and dude ranches to stay at that are much more accommodating to those who only have a couple Mil. Pricing detoured us!
Great stop for RVs passing through. Lots of room for RV access on as well as off and plenty of food choices for the fam inside the TA.
Subway. Taco Bell.
A blast to the past. What an awesome adventure and tour guide. Really informative for homeschool students as well as adults. I’m a huge fan of history good or bad we have the past to learn from. It’s important. Masks were required and it was not at all scary or tight quarters. So worth the time. It’s $15 a person and you do need to book in advance.
This place is awesome. RVs are totally welcome. There is plenty of space and so worth the stop. A must see in my book!
Well.... it’s a place to stay. We enjoyed the location on the river and close to attractions. They do price gouge. We have a new 5th wheel 44ft in length with 4 slides. (Long-bed GMC pulling) & we felt the park was easy to maneuver. The price was $45 a night $5ea child bringing it to $55 a night. Animals are $3 each for the stay. The staff was very pleasant. Note that the bathrooms are not for guests. Understandable as I prefer my own. However, when you are at the park with your children (Quite a ways from your RV) and have to go tinkle they do not allow you the code even though you pay triple what the tenters pay. I thought this Odd. The laundry room will leave your clothes even more dirty than when you washed them (very old outdated laundry facility). There is a cool bar but due to covid has remained closed. The Resturant looked nice but I tend to stay away from facilities that have staff smoking in the entryway. Not professional. I’ve heard the food was ok. The fishing is really fun at your site but we didn’t catch anything. I would stay here again if there are no resorts available. There was no WiFi or cable. The amenity is the location.
Contacted this RV park it is only full timers.
Very awesome view. It is $5 to enter but it’s worth it. The view is amazing. The column is not open. But still a neat experience.
Our family did not get to enjoy this amazing part of history due to the fact it cost $10 a person to see it. So if you went to the column and spent $5 then took the family to lunch which cost you around $60 at the local brewery for fish and chips to support the town you are already at $105 for a half day experience. This does nit include the gas. I’m sorry but really they could do better on this.