The owners are friendly and have only owned the place for a year and a half. They work hard to keep it in good shape. They were happy to lend us a plunger for our toilet fiasco and followed up to make sure all was okay afterwards.
You can hear I-17 at night (when the skies are clear) and I was glad we had the windows closed and also glad we weren't staying at one of the other nearby parks that are right next to this busy freeway. The campground access road is very quiet.
We did not use the campground wifi, but our own Millenicom 3G internet service was intermittently slow, and Verizon cell service was good.
We absolutely would stay here again, would even consider staying for a month. Good central location in the Verde Valley, on a quiet neighborhood street, yet just a few minutes drive to shopping and several cute small towns and lots of hiking and great scenery. Very well kept park with good management. You can't go wrong staying here.
|Our site #D2. The pull through sites are set up so another rig could be to our right|
with their back end adjacent to our back end, allowing each rig to have a private sitting area.
|View down the row behind our rig, back in sites on the left that back up to the|
quiet neighborhood access road to the park.
|View of the road in front of our rig. Laundry room on the right. A row of pretty, deep back in sites|
that are about 15 feet above the second level of this park where there are another 8 sites.