May 4, 2021 - reviewed by Robert Hazinski
Depends On What You're Looking For
Very small park nestled along a creek, but I would not even think of it as a resort as it is referred to. There are zero real amenities. Ice is the only thing for sale at the office and the nearest market is at least 15 minutes away from what I saw. So don't forget to bring what you need.
There is no cell service to speak of, and the pay-for wifi is awful. If you want to get away, its great. If you're looking to stay connected, forget it.
The sites are VERY tight with almost no space between. If you are creekside, you'll have quite a bit of space behind your camper. Of course, you won't have sewer, but there is an on-site dump station. The bad part about the dump station is its smack in the middle of the path to leave the park, so prepare to wait it out.
Aside from lack of sewer, the creekside sites are clearly superior to the other sites. I think I'd rather boondocks in a Walmart parking lot than one of those. The only advantage with those is proximity to restrooms.
April 4, 2021 - reviewed by Travellers
Not impressed. Spaces are tight. NO cell reception. We had to pay for WiFi. Their entrance is very steep and needs repaving. I wouldn’t stay here again.
July 26, 2020 - reviewed by Brian And Kasey
1st Time At Page Springs
It's a little tv park tucked in the rivers edge, yes the spots are close but nice . If your a wine connoisseur its prefect! Atleast four vineyards close by, really nice. also close to sedona to the north and cotton wood to the south. Okay ,so the water pressure is 25psi, and it is said on the Boucher (map) not a problem for us.wifi is poor at best ,but a nice weekend gettaway. 31/2 stars. Would return
April 22, 2016 - reviewed by Paula
This place was the type of place we like to camp at.
Very good central location to many places. Most of our time was spent away from camp visiting places like Sedona, Camp Verde, Jerome, Cottonwood and Montezuma's Castle.
We liked having the creek near by. Weekdays in March was very quiet.
It is not a big place. It has a club house which is an older modular unit with a tv, some books, puzzles and a small kitchen area. The office building is also an older modular with bathooms. Both need major up grading as the bathrooms stink and have no venting.
The price included electric and water hooks ups. There is dump station in the park you can use if you stay there. For a small fee you could get internet. Cell service was spotty and most could not get any signal. There are not many picnic tables or fire rings.