October 22, 2020 - reviewed by Arboldt
Nice Place. $30/night
Nice clean place. No one in the office, so go to the kitchen door of the restaurant and ask for Maria. She directed us to a site and collected camp fees. (Charge card ok). Although we probably won’t be coming this way again, we would stay here if we did.
Maria also runs the Mexican restaurant- quite good. The restaurant and the RV park share the same phone #, so don’t be surprised if they answer “Maria’s” instead of “Beaver Canyon “.
Laundry room was nice, clean, and reasonably priced (although we didn’t use it). There is a small book exchange and video (DVD) library in the laundry room.
Most spaces are long term but we had no problem getting a spot. She doesn’t take reservations so it’s first come first served.
Each space is unique with Mexican themed decor. Spaces are quite adequate but not overly spacious with gravel surface. People were very friendly; long term residents gave suggestions on what to see and do in the area.
November 3, 2019 - reviewed by Peggy
We lucked out and was able to stay here for a night while traveling through. Great place. Excellent staff!
July 17, 2019 - reviewed by Shaderunner
Well, i thought i would stay here again but they don’t rent by the month and i don’t just drive here snd there, especially with gas prices what they are. Their value in my eyes just dropped
August 16, 2018 - reviewed by Camper 1
Nice pk plenty of space clean. Good WiFi & TV. 5 dollars extra for early ck in.
May 28, 2018 - reviewed by Traveling Wilder
Best RV Park For Relaxed Travelers
This is the best RV Park we've ever stayed in! Most campers are there for the season but everyone is so friendly and welcoming! Nice, clean restrooms with hot showers. Very pet friendly. Cute and tasty Mexican restaurant on site that is open until 9p. We were there only one night but would've happily stayed longer if we didn't need to hoof it home.
September 18, 2017 - reviewed by Alexx
Hands down the cutest RV park I've ever stayed at!! I was in awe walking my dogs around and seeing the hundreds of decorations. They put so much time and effort into everything over the years and it shows. Cannot believe it was only 27$! I wish all campgrounds were like this. And I am usually a negative Nancy!!!
August 14, 2017 - reviewed by Barbara G.
Quirky and nice
Stopped here on 8/13/17. Called about 7:30 pm and they said they didn't take reservations and if the office was closed to go to the restaurant. They neglected to say what you were supposed to do if you arrived after the restaurant closed at 9:00 pm. There were no directions on the office door. While I was walking around trying to figure out what to do, the owner showed up with a flashlight and checked us in.
They don't take credit cards but they do take checks as well as cash.
Pull-through site on gravel with lots of trees.
Shower room older but very clean. I was the only one in there and discovered the hard way that the lights are motion detecting - the lights went out in the middle of my shower! But all you have to do to turn them back on is stick your arm out past the shower curtain and wave it around.
July 14, 2017 - reviewed by Mary
This place is one if a kind. Inexpensive, friendly, secure. Best Mexican restaurant ever
I plan in staying here again. This will be my happy place
October 8, 2016 - reviewed by Ted
This place is not for everybody, but we loved it. Don't be put off by the condition of the office. The 87 year old owner is a hoot. Check out his bright yellow Studebaker Hawk. Maria's, the Mexican restaurant on-site, is fabulous. Also super cheap if you have the passport America card.
October 20, 2015 - reviewed by Toolguy
We stayed the night here in mid October. Decent place. Mexican food restaurant on site though we didn't use it. There are a few rent camping sites, a grassy area with horseshoe pits and maybe volleyball. The site we stayed at had a covered pick-nic table and a fire pit. Most of the structures appeared old, but it's all log cabin style. All in all it was a good place to spend a night.
September 29, 2015 - reviewed by Gurleymon
Where The Free Spirits Of The 60s Retire
This is the ketchiest place to stay. There are only a few spaces for travelers as the rest are long term. The residents each have a small building on their lots that look cabin like. Everyone is nice. There is a Mexican restraint on site in a really unique cabin. Big rig friendly. We are in a 40' class A with 4 slides towing a Ford Flex.