March 13, 2020 - reviewed by Picket Fence Protest
Good Stop Over
Stayed for a night sleep on our way down I-10. Office staff was very personable and professional. We picked our own site (all seemed to have full hook ups). It looked like half the park was long term renters. Didnt see a camp host in the park. There is a fair sized grassy area to walk a dog on site, but we opted for the two track road parallel to the train tracks. Got a good night sleep even though the train does come by about every 30-40 min. Overall it was a average stay.
February 27, 2020 - reviewed by Keitha Cain
Great place to stop for the night. The park was very clean and maintained. The little store had lots of yummy goodies, local pecans and fudge. Very friendly employees. Told us to just pick whatever site we wanted. As for the trains.... yes, they do come by frequently but they didn’t bother us. There is no horn, and the rumble only woke me up once, but I went right back to sleep. There is very little freeway noise, so that’s a big plus. I would rather hear a train over highway noise. We will stop again on our way back thru because we want to explore Chiricahua state park. Oh, and the price was perfect. Did not get to eat at the nearby restaurant, they were closed and wouldn’t be open until 11 the next day.
February 12, 2020 - reviewed by Larry
I like this place and apparently was too tired to hear much train noise. Price is great. People have been very friendly lots of space. I plan to go back.
November 20, 2019 - reviewed by DianeB
Great Overnite Stop
Needed a place to stop overnight traveling across I-10 and definitely not a lot of choices in this stretch. We were pleasantly surprised at this park. It is certainly not a resort but clean, graveled, with wonderful staff and owners (newly purchased park). Large pull-through spaces (40' MH and did not have to unhook toad), FHU, and Wi-Fi that worked well. Felt very safe. Only issues are absolutely no antenna channels available, and frequent trains next to park. We found neither to be a big deal, especially considering price. Will certainly be making this a regular stopover when we come through. (And stop at restaurant down the road "Rafters" - best carne asada tacos we've ever had!)
November 15, 2019 - reviewed by Laura
we stayed one night at this quaint little camp ground. the trains are loud but for the price you really cant go wrong. they have a nice gift shop but the gas pumps were very old but only pumps in town. beautiful views from this place and the stars were out in full force. we didn’t use the on site bathrooms so i cant say how they were.
March 31, 2019 - reviewed by Jeff Thompson
I have stayed here several times I see a lot of the comments about trains. No I’ve not stayed in the back of the park but I rarely even hear the trains go by. Good rates nice pull through sites good water pressure nice laundry facilities friendly people in the office. Not much to do if you don’t have a vehicle. I rode motorcycle in the mountains great place. If you’re coming this way stop in Wilcox at the Safeway wonderful grocery store. I stopped with the idea of staying three nights I stayed six I will be here again. If you’re complainingAbout this place your expectations are way too high very nice very clean everything works no Wi-Fi problems although there’s not much for television but I have satellite TV. Lots of overnighters stop on their way across Arizona met some neat people in six days I’ll stay here again.
January 28, 2019 - reviewed by Rob & Sue
On The Way
What can I say. Mountains on all sides. FHU and 50 amp. For a night or two, nice place. Gas and diesel on site along with propane. I've had no problems with the Wi-Fi using Fire stick. Rafters restaurant 0.5 mile down rd. Great food.
January 20, 2019 - reviewed by Allison
Perfect Overnight Stay
Stayed here for one night on our way to Tucson. The RV park is between the highway and the train and while we didn't hear the highway, the trains were pretty close and loud but other than that the park was perfect. The bathroom was clean. Laundry facilities and propane available. Wifi. There's a great store on the premises with homemade jams, pickled goodies, candies, jerky and crafts. They also have gas and diesel pumps. Great place and only $17/night! We would definitely stay here again if we're ever back in the area.
December 31, 2018 - reviewed by Bob
Nice quiet RV park. It’s next to the tracks but trains rarely blow their horns. We heard maybe 3 trains all night. Very reasonable at $16 for full hookups. Cute little souvenir store. Very friendly folks. If you have pets watch out for sand burrs. Would definitely stay here again. Wish the other pet owners would pick up after their dogs.
November 23, 2018 - reviewed by Mary
Worst Night Ever
We stayed here because of the reviews but there is no way you could rate this park anything other than a 1 unless you take prescription sleep meds. Nestled between the Interstate and the closest, loudest, busiest train line we have ever had the misfortune of camping by. It's common knowledge that a lot of these parks are between a highway and a train, and we have spent many a nights in them, but this was unbelievable. The trains, 14-15 a night, go by so fast that our trailer would rock and the noise was unbearable. Even our pets were freaking out. The facilities are old but clean. We would not stay here again.
August 1, 2018 - reviewed by Robert McBride
Price is so right. lots of space in a wide open mountain backed setting in the dry Az Spring time I was there. Love hummingbirds than you will love this place. Jerky store on premises is great. Only noise is from a train that occasionally runs behind the campsite. It didn’t bother me or the dog a bit. Highly recommend for overnight stop. Easy in & out
March 27, 2018 - reviewed by Minormanic
Cheap stay. Women in store very friendly. Bathroom open to public and the one shower door had no lock. Camp host Ray very rude and belligerent to me, a senior female, because I drove behind “his” row. He didn’t identify himself just came up to my rig. I won’t stay again if he is there.
February 17, 2018 - reviewed by 2Bounders
Trains! Not Really PA Rate, Reg $15
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.
February 7, 2018 - reviewed by Zab
Good overnight spot
This is a great place to stop along your way. Large fields are great to take dogs for an off leash walk. WiFi is ok.... Works but not super fast. Good for Facebook but slow on downloading. Train does run but never woke me up. Staff very friendly. $15 a night, good price. We'd stay again for a few days if we are paying through again.
February 1, 2018 - reviewed by Yankkee Flyer
Great place to lay overnight very quiet except for those trains, but there isn’t any crossings for miles so they don’t blow the whistles and horns, but if you’re into trains this is a great spot to watch them, it sits close to UPs mainline from LA to Texas
January 28, 2018 - reviewed by Snow ball's Chance
Perfect Stopover at Great Price
Friendly, clean, quiet and yes there are trains. They were no problem. Just pass on by without horn. Lots of snacks available in the store. Dogs alowed on leash. Place at the back for walking and stuff for the pets.
I would defiantly stop again!
November 26, 2017 - reviewed by Robert Williams
King Of Jerky - Nice Stopover
Needed a place to relax for a couple days that wouldn't break the bank. Friendly staff, very basic park. Clean grounds, level gravel pull-throughs. Dwayne has a great little shop with his "world class jerky" and gifts. It's only $15 per night and you'll realize why when the trains start to run. Not terrible tho' they start to subside after midnite.
May 22, 2017 - reviewed by J&T
Would stay here again! Super friendly, very accommodating and no real checkout out time. Pull through sites water, power , sewer good price for a quick overnight stay.
March 27, 2017 - reviewed by LDalton
Correct name is Dwayne. Correct address is 1120 WEST Business Loop.
Other comments about quality are accurate. Very very clean and affordable. $16 full hookup and sites are almost perfectly level. All gravel, no grass, but it is a desert after all.
Train noise not bad. No whistles.
Great place for an overnight.
March 14, 2017 - reviewed by Crystal
Very friendly and helpful staff. Easy and clean overnight stop and very affordable. There was train noise at night but it didn't bother us, we slept through it.
January 29, 2017 - reviewed by Lance
Nice Stop Over
Great spot. Super nice staff and host. Train traffic near by but no freeway noise.
November 16, 2016 - reviewed by Laura
Very casual park. Friendly, courteous staff. Fresh jerky and other treats available in store. Only negative for me was the train traffic all night long which made it hard to sleep, but some people may find the noise soothing. Extremely inexpensive.
October 11, 2016 - reviewed by Lee Eshenbaugh
Very Friendly and Clean
Yes, friendly and very relaxed. They have a store, Dwayne's Jerkey, that's worth the stop, alone. We would stay again. It's only an overnight kinda stop but great for that.
April 28, 2016 - reviewed by Mar
V friendly, clean. And cheap. I would definitely stay again.