We stayed here for a month while I worked on the highway. The lots are nice and it had a had station/convenience store. The bathrooms are run down and the showers leak water onto the floor. The park offs near the train tracks but at least they don't blow their horns so out is still pretty quiet.
Revising my review never seen so many flies iny life
Good over night would stay longer if needed all 50amps big leavel spots
Nice flat long drive through parking spots, I had Class A with trailer hauling a car, 65' long, it fit! Easy to pull into also. Older RV campground that needs some TLC. We got accustomed to the trains. We kept busy sightseeing. A must stop is Ft Bowie Vineyards! The Pecan Pie Milkshakes are out of this world! Too bad the town doesn't have a littl more to offer. Very friendly campground owner!
Everything you could possibly want for an overnight stay. Although all in our group said we wouldn't mind spending a couple of more days here. Clean and very friendly will stay here anytime the opportunity arises.
Great spot to have a flat. Planned to stop anyway but had a blowout just before the exit. It was the safest wide spot to pull over. Store staff and campground owner made us welcome and comfortable. Stayed the night. Easy to pull through. Good place in back to walk big German Shepherd out back. Trains went by but no horns. Went back to sleep no problem. Would stay again. Beautiful sunrise and mountain view.
Stayed for 1 night. Big spots, level , super friendly. Didn't use the showers or bathroom, but they didn't look the greatest. Can't beat it for the price, but keep in mind, there is nothing, and I mean nothing in Bowie. Train is right there, but no horn, so no problem. We slept great
Good for overnight. Well worth the price. Old, but clean. Friendly. Level spots. Train very close and runs often, no horn though.
My boyfriend and I were going to stop just for a night, but we made friends with another couple staying in the park and thought it was nice enough to stay a whole month. We regret it! After the first week drama started, the park overseers made up stories about us, we felt awfuly judged, and we were told not to invite locals to the park, even though we are from NH, this is AZ and we don't know anyone.. but the guy in charge hates everyone. We walked into town to get mail and visit the library, apparently that's cause for alarm here. The only reason we stayed was to look after some horses, a responsibility we chose before the BS. Aside from the people, the park is okay, clean, behind a gas station that sells delicious local treats, but there are 3 sets of traintracks a stones throw away from the last RV spots and the trains are constant night and day, they DO use their horns or are supposed to because of the town zone (wish we'd known that too).. Several other people left very disgruntled we noticed. The women working in the gas station were sweethearts, but the Park Overseers were fake and judgmental.
Not sure if there is new management, but this park is also the home of Dwayne’s Fresh Jerky! Super friendly staff and all the lots look flat and spacious! We are only here for one night, but more than worth the price!! There is a cute little shop that sells homemade jerky, fudge, pickles olives and many more fresh snacks. There is also a gas station on site, so that was really convenient! If we pass this way again, we’ll be back!
Not if you are not a heavy sleeper-trains! Clean park with full hook ups. No cable and only one English speaking channel worked on antenna-something from Paris-go figure! Didn’t use the facilities so can’t speak to that. Nice little store with jerky, fudge, dried snacks, honey, olives, pecans, jewelry, Knick knacks and more. Big problem is trains. They run day and nite, are very close by and are loud, many you feel the vibrations. While you only hear the whistle from afar, the rest of the noise kept us up all nite. While I’m a light sleeper, my husband is normally dead to the world and he was kept up. One other thing, they are in Passport America at 50% rate of $14.40-they charge a regular rate of $15.
Women in store were awesome, however the park host came up to my rig very rude and belligerent because I had driven behind “his” row. Did not identify himself by name or as park host just came up and “jumped my a$$”. When I explained this was my third night and had just returned for the day and my previous spot was taken, he said then that I was speeding. Left next day even though had been planning to stay awhile.
FHU, 50A and wifi for only $15/night. Right off Route 10. Plenty of pull-throughs.
Small park behind gas station & store. Nice, clean, quiet place. Trains do run right behind park, but no horns. Owners are very friendly. FHU good, 50 AMP good. Easy off I-10 @ Exit 362. Nothing much else around, though. Good place for a one nite stop. Price is right $17. Diesel available out front. Had good WiFi. Would come back.
Large level pull-through spots, full-hookups, 1 hour from Chriricahua National Monument. We stayed two nights and enjoyed the mountain views in every direction. Convenient right off the I10. Would stay again.
Great overnight stay, cost $15 plus tax. Can't beat that. 1st time in AZ so, this site was in the middle of nowhere, which was quite nice. Very quiet and peaceful. Freight train didn't bother us. The owner was very nice and the chocolate peanut clusters...AMAZING!!!
Not a bad place, but trains run east and west pretty much constantly.