November 22, 2019 - reviewed by John
Clean and well managed. Hidden gem.
November 17, 2019 - reviewed by 04george
Top Notch Park, but,,
The park is super clean with great amenities, we made friends, participated in events especially pickleball. The only complaint I had was getting a hand scribbled note in my door saying I have to move my 8 foot cargo trailer from a super site to storage and then charge me for it. Seriously? No explanation given, it was a blatant money grab. We will not be back.
October 28, 2019 - reviewed by Traveling Twosome
Arizona At It’s Best
This park is a wonderful example of the diverse environments in Arizona. The amazing saguaro cactus, many over 100-150 years old, stand tall as the sunrise and sunset capture a striking backdrop for that is so beautiful it looks like a movie backdrop. The campground is well designed with sites pull thru and back in that let you enjoy the park. Trails for hiking. Birds. Nature. WOW! The bathrooms are nice, grounds are clean and the park rangers are very pleasant and accommodating. Wonderful stay. Highly recommend it!!
May 8, 2019 - reviewed by Jeremy S
Our Favorite AZ State Park
Have been spending Thanksgiving week here since '05 and love every minute of it. Nothing better than sitting around the campfire and watching the rat race screaming by on the interstate while enjoying your favorite frosty beverage. Great history (second most Western battle (actually just a skirmish) of the Civil war), great hiking (the peak is a must), very well maintained bathrooms/showers, and though no sewers or water at each site, conserve some and you'll be fine. Reserve early though!
January 28, 2019 - reviewed by gnach
Yes, A Gem
A great park. Nice level sites with a view across the valley full of saguaros. About a mile from fwy and train, NO noise. Very clean restrooms with showers. The water situation is being corrected soon with a new well.
I can't speak of the hiking, we got in too late but the video at the small visitors center showed a steep ascent with a chain hand rail.
We will return.
November 26, 2018 - reviewed by Sam
Too Expensive For Wha You Get
$30 gets you showers electric and dump basically, water is high in nitrates so unfit for children under six or Small animals, WiFi isn’t free and there is a lot of highway noise.
Besides that the park is beautiful, and extremely well maintained. Personally I find it too expensive, i could see paying 10-15 at most.
July 15, 2018 - reviewed by Carolyn
Open Year Round
We nearly missed this little gem of a park because the heading said September to May, we came through in July. The campground is set up behind a small mountain that sits between the camp and the Interstate, we heard no traffic noise. It was clean and peaceful, we look forward to coming back.
March 18, 2018 - reviewed by Teresa
Great 5 Days.
Great place and very well maintained. We enjoyed the Sunset Hike so much we did it twice. Did not go all the way to the cables because I’m a chicken!! Do yourself a favor and walk out the gravel road at the end of the camping area to the huge rock where you will find ancient mortar holes and shallow caves.
Clean and well maintained bathrooms. We did not have water access to our trailer on our site but some do.
We will return to this campground some day.
December 31, 2017 - reviewed by Holly
Probably nice but gate closes at 10pm if you arrive late with no way to get in to see if you can find a spot. Call earlier in the day to get a spot and the code for the gate. We called at 9pm but wasn’t able to get ahold of anyone.
March 20, 2017 - reviewed by Warren
First Time RVers
We stayed at this campground for 3 nights in February. It is a very well cared for campground! The facilities are clean and the parking spots well groomed. We never got in any hiking because the weather the whole time was raining and the wind was blowing so hard it shook the trailer. It's a bad omen when the highway signs say caution, blowing dust area. The surrounding area is pancake flat and I'll bet the wind is a problem here. The mountain is beautiful with lots of saguaros. The campground was packed but quiet and did not provide much privacy. There was power hookups but no sewer at our sight but the dump station was close by if we needed it. The power went out during the storm so we got to experience dry-camping (nothing but what you brought with you). The highway is nearby and you can hear the sound of traffic (when the wind wasn't blowing 40mph!). All in all, really nice campground but our weather was horrible so we saw the inside of our rental RV for 3 days!
January 16, 2017 - reviewed by Joe
Stayed for 2 nights with my family in our 28ft TT. Sites were clean and roomy. The bathrooms were also well cared for. Campground was well cared for and of course how could you not being up against a mountain. (Picacho Peak)
Hiking was great, lots of great scenery with all the saguaros around. Already planning a return to explore more of the mountain.
September 18, 2016 - reviewed by Robert
Nice clean site, with clean restrooms and amenities. Only stayed overnight, but wish I could have spend a few days there.
September 17, 2016 - reviewed by Kimberly
Great Little Stop
Very clean site, restrooms, showers, etc. Very easy to navigate, sites clearly marked, nice views, peaceful.
July 25, 2015 - reviewed by Mary Rose
I have been coming here for over a decade & staying 14 days. This is the cleanest ship shape campground in this area for travelers. It is the only one in the area also that has a fire ring in each site. Showers are very clean and there are hiking trails also. Staff are super friendly and readily available. Cabanas a in some sites... hook ups.. picnic tables in each one. Wifi..dumpstation.. and firewood for purchase.