March 2, 2018 - reviewed by Stan
Great Stay To Visit Bisbee
I concur with the previous reviews, but I need to add information about access to and egress from the RV park. Coming from the east on AZ80 you will exit to old Bisbee for 150 yards or so then make a hard left and go through a 13'5" underpass of AZ80. Then 150 yards to Dart Road and right to the Queen Mine parking lot. Then a sharp left up a short 50 yard ONE LANE steep climb (look before you start) to the park. Coming from the west on AZ80 is more straight forward to the Dart Road turn.
While at the park study the egress routes. Going east on AZ80 is a tight turn where you will probably run your right side trailer wheels off a curb. Going west on AZ80 involves crossing multiple lanes of traffic. Careful!!!
As far as Bisbee goes .... I was in the San Francisco area while in the military in the late 60s. I think some of those hippies moved to Bisbee and now have grey hair. Their shops are colorful and quaint bring back memories.
February 17, 2018 - reviewed by Casey
Not bad! Perfect location if you want to play in Bisbee. Very friendly office, clean wash room, and walking distance to all the fun.
October 25, 2017 - reviewed by Firetiml
This is a gravel parking lot with sites around the edge, WiFi only at the office were there is a table to sit at, baths are nice and clean. This is the best place to stay to see Bisbee, everything is in walking distance, dinner and drinks with no parking hassles
May 10, 2017 - reviewed by Tim
Very Nice for the Area
Perfect spot to see Bisbee and the surrounding area. Right in the heart of everything. Easy walk to the mine tour and to downtown old Bisbee. The gal that runs the place is very nice and they are very laid back here. Would definitely stay here again.
February 3, 2017 - reviewed by The Pedalingduo
Small But Convenient
This is a small RV Park located just on the outskirts of Bisbee overlooking the lavender pit mine. The RV park is very convenient to walk into the town of Bisbee. The washrooms are good the showers are fine and the person that runs the park is very friendly. The spaces are closed but that's okay because you're here for the town.