September 17, 2023 - reviewed by Denise K
Accommodating Our Request A Huge Plus
Camping with friends, our last evening together before we go our separate ways — side by side in “one nite row” but had our doors facing away from each other and neither of us had a picnic table so we asked to move — the site host Lorri was very good to change our sites (thank you 🍺). The RV park is a converted mobile home park, the sites are long and narrow, you park on gravel facing opposite the group next to you. There is a sewer drain about every 15-20 ft. Kind of odd but very convenient actually. OK was OK but I might make a different choice next time. Four stars because of Lorri.
April 28, 2023 - reviewed by Connie
Overpriced & Few Amenities
The main reason to stay st this park would be to spend time in the Natl Park- painted desert. We had driven a l g day so decided to stop. The staff was nice. The he park is clean. As someone else said the spaces are laid out a bit strange & makes them seem closer than you would think. They did quite an overkill on the sewer hook ups. for $55.00 ( including our military discount it seemed pretty pricy- especially when we had no tv & almost no wifi.
I doubt we will stay there again.
March 28, 2023 - reviewed by Moe
Layout Leaves To Be Desired
We stayed there one night. Staff was courteous as we arrived just before closing time.
I set up camp and I found out the cable connection was flaky and yielded only analog, snowy channels. After a couple of permutations, I ended up using a cable outlet 2 sites down from our. Reception was a little better, but still only analog channels. I learnt the next day tha the park doesn’t provide cable service anymore.
Second technical issue was with the Wifi. Even using my booster/repeater I could hardly do email or use maps.google.
Finally, the layout if the park is a series of lanes you enter by one side or the other depending what site you have. It makes for rather cramped sites and your neighbours are quite close. In addition they seem to allocate the sites in a way that bunch everyone together. The park was less than 25% full, and there were plenty if vacant sites away from were everyone seemed to have been placed. I’d rather be dispersed a bit.
I still recommend this park.
January 5, 2023 - reviewed by Eric
Great Park But Pricey...
Stayed here a few years ago and enjoyed it so we tried it again. Great park. Very long sites and level sites with multiple sewer connecting points to keep your hose short (great idea!). Water pressure is adequate. Electric never failed. The bathrooms are super clean and heated. Shower stalls include a separate changing area giving ample room to change and not get your clean clothes wet. The only noise we heard was an occasional train way off in the distance. Management is courteous and accommodating...waited for us as we arrived a few mins after closing and led us to our site. They offer a Good Sam and military discount also. Not much shade if you stop here in during the summer. Conveniently close to town. The only con was the price...$50/night is pretty steep compared to other places we've stayed over the last month.
October 27, 2022 - reviewed by Newtraveler
More Than Okay
This park is more than just “okay”—don’t be put off by the name! They give AARP member discount. Very long and level gravel sites, great water pressure, nice, clean bathrooms and showers. Very friendly staff who escorts you to your site. Not able to put out awning due to trees. Bad (fuzzy) cable, no over air channels, but good wifi. Reservations per phone with email confirmation, no reservation fee, no reservation number, which made me a bit uncomfortable, but turned out all right. Would stay here again.
August 19, 2022 - reviewed by Blair
Gravel But Nice
Young trees providing some shade on some sites. My little dog loved the gravel dog park. I loved the shade tree and picnic bench at the dog park. Lots of options for Sewer hookups.
Lots of people driving through the park on Lizard Lane.
Very convenient to Holbrook Safeway and gas. Close to the Petrified Forest loop.
May 7, 2022 - reviewed by Bill
Stayed for one night. Good park. Good Wi-Fi. Would stay again
April 15, 2022 - reviewed by JackieW
This may be the oddest layout for a RV park that we’ve ever been to. Staff escorted us to our site but it was very confusing. She had us drive through a very narrow tree lined spot in order to get to ours. Tree branches were scrapping the sides of our motorhome. I didn’t understand why we were put in this particular site having to dodge trees and another parked RV when the park was more than half empty. Sites and the roads are gravel. I didn’t use the restrooms or laundry. There’s a gravel dog park that I did use and it was very clean with two picnic tables and a large tree for partial shade. It’s very convenient to Petrified Forest and Painted Desert, restaurants, fuel and a Safeway store. We were given a Good Sam discount. There is some road noise but not bad except when someone decided to race around in the gravel with their loud cars one evening. People in the office were very friendly.
March 11, 2022 - reviewed by BNLAZY
We stayed one night on our way from Nevada to Texas. They staff was friendly and escorted us to our site. Our space was very long (no need to disconnect) with FHU’s, cable ( was fuzzy), level, three sewer connections.
We will remember this RV park.
October 8, 2021 - reviewed by Rambling Ron
Change The Name
OK has a connotation that implies less than great. Like saying, it's okay, but it could be better. This is a very nice park.
August 20, 2021 - reviewed by Harley
Will Stay Agian!
Excellent facilities. Staff was friendly, guided you to your site. Stayed in Blue section. There were several sewer connections to choose from. Laundry room clean, multiple washers & dryers. Would give more than 5 stars if I could.
June 17, 2021 - reviewed by Jack & Kathy June 2021
We stayed 2 nights so we could visit the Painted Desert and Petrified Forest. Level sites friendly staff. Cable was fuzzy at best. Would stay again if we are going in that direction.
May 27, 2021 - reviewed by cruisin36 Shell
Pulled in here for a 1 night stay. Seems like they have traveled all the roads recently. The wifi is good, depending on how many people are on it. The staff is very friendly and want to help. The cable has had some problems and isn't working at times.
April 16, 2021 - reviewed by BRobinson
Wow the layout was strange in the red section we couldn’t use the sewer. 48$ was too much for what it was.
February 23, 2021 - reviewed by Denise
Please was very clean staff was very helpful. Sites had all we needed for hook up!
October 28, 2020 - reviewed by Reed
The park is clean and well-kept, but a bit dated. It has basic amenities and very reasonable rates. We paid $35 (with Good Sam card, $37 without) for full hookups. We stayed one night en route from Bryce Canyon, UT to Silver City, NM. We decided to stay in Holbrook for one night so we could visit the Petrified Forest, which is about 30 minutes from the park. By the way, the park has an excellent collection of petrified wood (pictured).
October 7, 2020 - reviewed by Tim
Ok for one nite but very, very, very dusty, dusty, dusty
September 20, 2020 - reviewed by Jon
Warm And Friendly
We arrived after hours and wanted a tent site so we could sleep in our van. The attendant had left us a map to an RV site so we didn’t hit a tree at the tent site but only charged us the tent site rate ($20 vs $35+). The map had coupons for local establishments and we got free coffee and muffins at the RV park each morning. Bathroom, showers, laundry, water all worked great and were easy to use. Wi-Fi is a nice perk but was a bit spotty. Only 20 min from PEFO NP
September 6, 2020 - reviewed by Cruising Couple
Nice Park It's A-Okay!
Friendly staff, clean showers, excellent water pressure, spacious pull through lots with trees for ambiance and shade. Breakfast muffins provided in the office.
Small town close to The National Petrified Forest which is definitely worth a visit. Coupon from OK RV for a free piece of petrified wood from a local store, awesome! :))
Couple of relatively minor issues for a short visit, cable couldn't reach our rv and neither did the water input for our swamp cooler.
Still, a nice clean park and overall we would stay again. This park is A-OK!
August 31, 2020 - reviewed by David/Debbie Cheatwood
So glad to have found this neat rv park. Obviously it was a mobile home park at one time as the streets are nearly blocked a d teach spot has a large concrete slab that lands right at your door. (There are still mobile homes in adjoining property with exact same setup.)
Spots are long pull thrust. Multiple sewer dumps at each spot. 30 pole and separate 50 amp pole. Cable TV at each location with a roll of cable already attached. Lots of small to mid sized trees.
Office staff are a pleasure to speak with and seem to be people oriented. Very accommodating. We're staying 2 nights to try and see petrified forest and painted desert.
(Fled Louisiana after hurricane Laura ripped they.) No power at home, so if we're gonna be living in the RV, we may as well have a view. ?
July 11, 2020 - reviewed by David
We were on the road, called and they said we have spots just come on in! We were given Blue 23 which is right next to the laundry, restrooms and showers. Full hookups, great wifi, and an escort to your assigned spot! Pets allowed, level spots and concrete patios with a picnic table. Small shade trees on most spots but not a lot of shade, but that and snowy cable would be the only small things (who really needs cable?!). They even have coffee and muffins for breakfast! Located next to a great business area with plenty of restaurants to choose from. When travels bring us this way again, this will be our go-to RV park! Thank you OK RV Park team!
June 4, 2020 - reviewed by Lydia
Stayed one night just passing through. Nice staff, easy check in. Would definitely stay again.
April 19, 2020 - reviewed by Keith
Ok RV is ok
The park itself is adequate, we stayed one night and used no facilities as most are closed due to you know what. Hookups are easy and spots are long and offset.
My problem is I was quoted $35 for 30 amp and was charged $39 with discount, I was told due to the length of my rig I would have to be put on 50 amp service even though my rig will run on 30 amp no problem, the length of your rig has nothing to do with whether 30 or 50 is needed and there was a 30 amp plug right next to the 50 amp plug.
As one of the other reviews mentioned cable was very snowy and all channels and Wi-Fi barely worked
March 19, 2020 - reviewed by Kellie
They have signs everywhere so the place is easy to find. Dry camping spaces are $20, full hookups for smaller rig and Good Sam/military discount is $34 and worth every penny. The facilities are clean and you can take a nice shower. They have a laundry facility. The WiFi works for the most part; if you upload photos I recommend you just use your data and save yourself a lot of time. The park is close to many attractions. It’s as quiet as it can be near the highway. They have planted beautiful trees between each space and they alternate how you park so you don’t have your neighbor right there in your face. They have workers regularly raking the lot to keep it as flat and smooth as possible. The staff are friendly and laid back, even when it’s packed full and coronavirus fear is rampant. I would definitely stay again, for a long time, and I would set up my mother to stay here by herself if she wanted. I literally don’t think they could do anything better besides open the office before 8.
February 27, 2020 - reviewed by Jeff ad Karen
OK RV Spot
Arrived right before closing time at 8. Friendly staff. Stayed at site 13. Long pull thru. Very narrow. But enough for opening slides. Stayed in motorhome pulling tow vehicle. WiFi didn’t work. Cable was snowy. Didn’t use any facilities. Very quiet and slept great.
October 4, 2019 - reviewed by Ginny & Stan Massey
We stayed two nights. Staff is friendly and park is well maintained. Beware: the RV right next door to ours had two bicycles stolen off the rack on their rig in the middle of the night. We had no such issues
September 30, 2019 - reviewed by C. Reid
I agree with those who liked the park. Very basic with good back-to-back parking. Clean showers and laundry. Friendly folks and coffee and muffins in the morning. Good o-nite stop or pick a specific space to spend a few days and tour the area. Good value for the money.
September 23, 2019 - reviewed by John John
Eh, Not Up To Writups
Only good ting I can say is WiFi works perfect! Arrived on rainy day, it might be good on dry day, parked in mud, one side sank, could not level off. Dog walked in mud, had to clean her and wash her paws. Sites not leveled. Good price is a big plus, $39.00. Good for emergency stop.
July 16, 2019 - reviewed by CAT
We left the Petrified Forest NP late and needed a place to stay. The helped direct us to our spot. Large sites, we were close to the showers and restrooms, they even had coffee and muffins from 8-11am. Beautiful paved roads, gravel sites, large rv park to walk around. Would definitely stay again.
July 12, 2019 - reviewed by Big Jim
Nice spot for an overnight stop. Nothing fancy, but decently priced.
June 18, 2019 - reviewed by Porter
Perfect For Us.
Very nice people running this and we appreciated it very much. Park was clean, cable was working fine and it was all good. Would definitely stay again. Can’t get the reviews that expect every place to be a ritz Carlton. No worries here.
June 6, 2019 - reviewed by Tonja P
Extremely Nice Park
We pulled into this park with no reservation and a fairly large extended family. The staff was amazingly sweet and helpful. A generous discount is also available for veterans. The sites are very deep, with plenty of room, and a nice picnic area. The bath and shower house was very nice, well-stocked, and clean. The location also offers a perfect set-up for those that like to walk or run, with the total distance around the park being just shy of 3/4 of a mile. We were also close enough to be able to walk to just about any store we might have needed and the park was still quiet and private. Would definitely stay here again.
May 30, 2019 - reviewed by H & O Balabanova
Loved the park as a whole the spots are huge and easy to pull through. I loved that each site is set up catty corner so you don’t feel as though your parked on top of your neighbor. Very well priced and the staff was sooooo friendly will definitely recommend this location to others.
April 5, 2019 - reviewed by Dennis P
Well Planned Layout
This park is excellent! The spaces are long pull throughs allowing us to park our tow vehicle behind our 45' 5th wheel with lots of room to spare. You never have anyone immediately next to you on either side due to the fact they staggered the sites. Very easy getting in and out of the park. Staff is friendly and very helpful. We stayed there for a week and explored the area and golfed at the 9 hole Holbrook course, which was in excellent condition. We will definitely stay here again if we're back in the area.
October 17, 2018 - reviewed by TCW
Older RV Park
We stayed 2 nights, it was raining so there was mud everywhere. Their streets are paved but where you park your rig is dirt/mud, there are a few trees. The sites are long but Very close together, there is a picnic table on a cement patio. Their wifi is secure but it's in & out, cable TV is snowy and you have to use their cable wire to connect to your rig, electric was 30amp and all was old. Bathrooms were clean but showers were small and narrow like being in a cave. The park is quiet at night, you can hear the train whistle in the distance. See pics.
July 10, 2018 - reviewed by RockingD
Should be named great rv, not OK (lol). Excellent wifi! Clean, well organized and even some trees.
June 23, 2018 - reviewed by Patti VB
We found everything to be great.
Site #1 was very large 50amps.
Quiet, super friendly, clean, great location and BEST WIFI EVER!Coffee and muffins in the morning are a very nice touch. Will definitely stay again. Only spent one night due to injury at Petrified Forest NP. EXTREMELY concerned and helpful with finding medical treatment.
June 10, 2018 - reviewed by Jennifer
More than OK
Being new at this, we didn't know what to expect for our first night. This was just what we needed. Easy to find, easy to park and hook up, friendly people and quiet. Would definitely stay again. Coffee and muffins in the mornings at 8am.
January 31, 2018 - reviewed by Larry
Good stop for one night. Park is laid out kind of funny. Cramped together pretty tight. Close to the Painted Desert. Fair price, full hookups.
September 19, 2017 - reviewed by Lori Hines
Only stayed one night because heading to grand canyon but fair price and helpful staff. Would stay again if in area
September 1, 2017 - reviewed by Tom
Nice desert camp. Long pull throughs and multiple locations for sewer and water at sites(very nice).
May 29, 2017 - reviewed by Debbie Buchanan
KOA parks have been great! Friendly staff. Nice clean park.
April 5, 2017 - reviewed by Janet
Very nice large park. About 20 minutes from Petrified Forest & Painted Dessert. Which was magnificent! Long long pull thrus. Plenty of room for slides. Clean and warm facilities. Friendly staff. Ate at Butterfields Stage Coach. Good steak dinners but pricey.
$40/night less 10% with good Sam.
April 1, 2017 - reviewed by Bob
Convenient For Petrified Forest
We stayed here because it was convenient to the north entrance and South entrance of the Petrified National Forest. Sights were level and gravel and very long. Not bad for the price if we're doing the Petrified Forest again would definitely go back there for another 3 days.
March 19, 2017 - reviewed by Dave
Sites are long gravel/dirt pull in, fairly level. They stagger the campers so you're not right next to your neighbor. Very clean. Friendly staff. Quiet. Good for a night or two. Would stay again.
December 28, 2016 - reviewed by First Timers
Very kind people. Stayed here Christmas Eve in snowy weather and it was very open. We had a great overnight stay. Would recommend for sure. Showers are very clean and warm. Spaces have easy sewer dump especially for first time RVers like us.
October 19, 2016 - reviewed by Harold
For sure a dessert park. Gravel lots, staggered set so close neighbor is opposite. When I was here very few lots taken, pretty much open. Address is;
1576 Roadrunner Rd. Holbrook, AZ. Real close to National Parks.
October 9, 2016 - reviewed by LeRoy
OK rv pk is an OK place to stay. Have Stayed there 4 or 5 times. Sites are all very long pull throughs. Good Wi-Fi and a lot of cable channels. It's close to the Petrified Forest and Painted Desert. Not many places in town to eat but Pizza Hut has good pizzas
July 24, 2016 - reviewed by Zeitgeist
Stayed here while buying wood from the DoBell petrified wood and museum. Located on the way to the forest. This park was comfortable with a lot of wood displayed around it. The wifi and cable were great. Would recommend it as it is close to the drive to the south entrance .
June 3, 2016 - reviewed by Karen
Stayed 3 nights while exploring the petrified forest and painted desert.
Older but nice...helpful friendly staff
May 27, 2016 - reviewed by George
Great Place To Stay.
The check in person was very courteous and made us feel welcome.
The park is very clean and laid out with wide spaces to turn your big rigs into the flat spots with cement slabs. Oh yea, dump stations every ten feet.
October 7, 2015 - reviewed by RetiredVagabond
Desert Overnight Stop
Ok for an overnight stop, but the sites are long and close. They alternate you parking at opposite ends of your sites to give some room. Hook ups are good. Gravel sites, paved streets. Nice check in experience. Near petrified national park.
August 7, 2015 - reviewed by Stan
This is a desert RV park and somewhat aged. It is clean and pretty good repair. The gravel sites are reasonably level. When we were here (August 2015) the park was maybe 10-15% full, but IF this park were near capacity .... think sardine can. Friendly staff and helpful. Camped in a 25' travel trailer.