Can't beat location, can see the OK Corral from here. Facilities adequate, shade trees available. Very close quarters, but if all you're doing is rolling in and want convenient access to the action, this works. Price is high, though.
Small tight spaces but no problem for 31' motorhome and toad, quick walk to everything but the market, problems with WiFi off and on, good cable, paid $36 for 30amp service, nice friendly owner and staff, mostly gravel, I would stay here again
"Nut to butt" is a military term meaning to get so close to the person next to you that your..... Well, you get the point. The RVs are so close together that I literally had to go in and out to get a spot where my slide outs wouldn't hit. I took some pictures, I own a 32.5' Winnebago itasca cambria with 3 slide outs. Other than that, as a transient rv park just to see tombstone. It's great. Literally 800 feet from downtown tombstone and the staff seemed amazing. Military / good Sam discount available. $90 for 3 nights, full hook up, 30amp
I can see the OK Corral from my RV windows. Right amongst it all. Friendly welcoming staff made this stay enjoyable. Has full hookups with amenities. A short walk to all the fun of Tombstone shops, entertainment, museums and cafes and restaurants. The OK Cafe a must for breakfast. Great history, great fun, will be back.
1 block to downtown and you are in the midst of everything. Sites are super close to each other. But are you really there to camp, no. It's a tourist area. Full hook-up site with reasonable rates. Came in our 40' RV towing, plenty of room to park and put the slides out. However, your slides may only be 2ft from them. The owner is a veteran and gives a veteran discount too. It's NOT a resort. I did not use any other amenities but for the location and customer service I give this park a 4 star. Would recommend.
Great RV Park!!! The people in the office were friendly. They do sell a few RV products in the office such as water pressure regulators & sewer hoses. They offer wifi but we couldn't get it to work. No cable. Full hook-ups. The sites were nice & the park was quiet. Perfect place to stay and walk down Freemont Street! Will definitely be back! We paid $35 for the night.
Nice little park 1/2 a block from the O.K. Corral. You are literally walking distance from history! It is true, you are so close to your neighbor that you can open your RV door and reach into theirs! But for the proximity to Tombstone it's worth it. It's a walking town. They close off 3 blocks to traffic everyday. We didn't even unhitch our tow car. And the best part is that you can walk to Four Deuces Saloon (great bar) have a glass of wine and walk across the street home! While you're there check out Graham's shop Fair Trade Haven (The Curiosity Shoppe) in Hop Town across the street, he's got some great stuff and a FREE museum of the weird. We did use the showers, nice and clean. There is laundry but we didn't use it. Russ in the office was great. We paid $35 a night. They are Good Sam but they said that that was the GS rate. We would definitely stay here again.
The only good thing I can say is its location right in downtown. small RV park with tight spaces, mostly geared to long stay residents. Facilities are old and needing updating but generally clean. Staff were friendly. Almost no WIFi do to poor quality