While it's a bit strange to be camped behind a Quality Inn, it is a good base to explore the area. WiFi is slow, but it works if you are patient.
We visited Monument Valley and thought to stay on the campground there! But the price 39.99$ for a RV side without everything (no water, no eletricity, no sewer,) only gavel, seemed rip-off! So we decided to go further to Grand Canyon on Hgw 160 and found in Tuba City this RV-Park! Frendly staff, clean showers and restrooms.It was a good decision to stay here for a much better price (25$)!
The pull through I was given was so out of level, that I could not level our Motorhome even though I used wood blocks. They had to put me into a back-in. At least I was able to get level. There is NO INTERNET. You are part of the Quality Inn with the campground behind the motel. They could easily run WiFi to the campground from the hotel. If you want to use the Internet, you have to sit in the lobby. A lot of the campers appear to be long term. The staff were very friendly. The bathrooms appeared to be clean. Unfortunately, there are rude dog owners that allow their dogs to bark at night. At 5:30AM I was up because of the dog next to me - a long term camper. Not much to do in the area - we did go to the Coal Mine Canyon. Worth the 30 minute drive. At best, this is an overnight stay.
Nice pull through. Everything worked and employees were really nice. Bathrooms were very clean too and free coffee in the lobby was,a plus since our coffee machine broke
It's a small RV park in the back of the hotel area. There are hook ups but no Wi-Fi. The hotel has Wi-Fi but you need a password to get it. You register in the lobby of the hotel. It has bathrooms, showers and laundry. This is a good stop over before hitting the Grand Canyon
The location is, off of the main highway US 160 make a right at the light at SR 264. Go past the next light and it is on your left-hand side.
If you need a place to stay for the night. Pull through dirt mostly level. No tv, no internet, good 4g with Verizon.
Sites are very tight. Had to disconnect toad to get into pull through. Sites are not particularly level. Price was relatively cheap at $26 a night. A couple of nights is about all you want to spend here
Had a nice long gravel site. Site was level. Water and electric was at the extreme back of the pull through site. 5 dollar deposit on key for water. Luckily I had brought a 50 amp extension. Power and water pressure were good.
Having not had foresight to make reservations for the RV near the Grand Canyon in late October, this was the closest space we could find. It's a little over an hour's drive to the GC but it is a beautiful drive. This park is no frills, bumpy sites, but very really well priced. We stayed in a 34 ft RV for two nights.
Stayed there one night ($29.50 after tax), was reasonable price. Showers and restrooms were basic but clean. Wifi was not available from rv sites but it was possible to use it in the hotel lobby if needed. Good place to stop, right next to the trading post and navajo museum.
Very friendly staff, nummy fry bread in the afternoon for all hotel and RV guests. Very well maintained. One review said "they let dogs run loose". That is a false narrative. Most Native American Reservations have loose dogs running around as they don't believe in fencing their animals, from what I was told by a Navajo Vetrrinary Clinic. Unfortunately this results in some unhealthy dogs. But while I was there, the general manager allowed the Tuba City Humane Society and I to humanely trap 3 very sick dogs and they are now on their way to better lives. I was able to humanely trap a dog they had been trying to catch since december 2017. They were so appreciative because the h.s. and hotel staff cared about the well-being of these animals!
A small well kept campground , very friendly staff. Someone stated "they let dogs run around". This is on Navajo land and most reservations have dogs loose all over. The older generations don't believe in fencing the dogs in, from what I was told by a Navajo. During my stay here the management allowed me to work with the Tuba City Humane Society and humanely trapped 3 very sick dogs. If you see dogs running loose that look unhealthy, please call them!
Because it is part of hotel the front desk is open late. Good site and great price. Friendly staff at front desk. Great overnight stay.
I wasn't expecting much but this seemed the best option in the area. The staff is very nice, sites are pretty level, hookups work and there are trees and it's far enough from the highway there's no traffic noise. No WiFi in the campground but who cares, phone works just fine. Sites are big enough and the park is fairly easy to navigate, even pulling a 5er. Fry bread late in the day is a genuine treat. I'd stay here again.
We had a tent space for 18$. The bathroom and the showers were clean. We even got free coffee and wifi at the hotel. Very nice!
Full hookups for 30/night. We enjoyed it although we got snowed on there which turned the place a bit muddy, but that's what rubber boots are for. Everyone very friendly. Bath houses clean with good showers. There's an exercise room for the motel and rvers are welcome to use it, too. We quite enjoyed being next to the Navajo Museum and spent a few hours there.
Not bad to stop along the way. Wouldn t stay more than a day. Few sites to see, but a quite town. It was a good middle point when traveling with kids from Williams AZ to southern Utah.
Good place for a 1 night stop. Had to wait to use toilet only one in mens restroom. Restaurant has good food. Nice people
Nice place for a nite or so, wifi only worked in hotel checkin, showers and restrooms were fine, clean & tidy. Few permanents by the looks.