Nice park. Friendly manager. Showers and restrooms. Hidden behind the smallest Indian Casino you've ever seen. Full hookups, only $19 per night. Level spots, but minimal shade (it is the desert). Wifi is good if you are near the office. Downside is the feral burros who enter the park during the dark and hee-haw all night long!
Very nice park. Clean restrooms, showers and laundromat. Very accommodating. Let us pick our own site. Were only going to stay 3 nights ended up staying 9 days. $19 per day or $85 for a week full hookup. No cable which is gone. Wifi ok. Easy access to Organ Pipe National Monument. Small town of Ajo 10 miles away. IGA/ Ace hardware just through town. Coyotes howling some nights as well as wild donkeys occasionally coming into park at night. Not a nuisance though. If you needs things mailed to you they deal with that all the tome and hold for you. We did that. Really hated to leave but need to continue on. Few other parks up the road but crowded, not as nice and no hookups. Lots to see in the area. Recommend staying for at least a week.
We stay overnight here every year on our way to Puerto Penasco. Park manager is delightful. Clean restrooms and big spaces. Wild burros in the area come thru the park. Teeny tiny casino close by with limited convenience store. WE ENJOYED OUR STAY
Nice little park next to a very small Indian Casino with a few slot machines. Park sectioned in two circles with showers and a laundry in the middle. There is a boundary fence around the park to keep the wild burrows out but the burros are a hoot! The one draw back is most of the sites are 30 AMp but they do have 50 AMp. Sites are wide but shorty. Our 40 coach backed in to about 18 on the fifth wheel behind us. Park doesn t take reservations.
Awesome 1st come 1st serve Park...no reservations which is awesome.. we called ahead to see if there was space for us and there was...the place is very clean and tidy...and staff is very accommodating. The price is so reasonable as well...we will stay here again and again when adventuring in this area!
We stayed here for our first time on the way home from Yuma. They don t take reservations but they were so helpful when I called to ask if they had any sites left. When we arrived Chris took us to see the available spots & wanted us to have the best view we could. It is a lovely small, quiet park. Very clean and the managers couldn t have been nicer. Met some nice people camping here. Just a half hour to the Organ Pipe National Monument. Just a gorgeous part of our country.