We had planned to just stay the night and ended up staying for 10. Simple place with running water (no electric hook-ups). Nice people and quiet nights. Also perfect for the rock hounds as the river is as great place to find all types of rocks & minerals.
March 23, 2019 - reviewed by Mel On The Road
Pulled in here with a 36’ fifth wheel. Plenty of spots that would work for us. Mainly back ins, but some pull through. Spots are pretty level. Covered picnic tables and fire rings. Dry Camping, but water throughout. Dump on site, free for campers. The views are beautiful. Stayed one night on the way to Phoenix. Actually quite easy to get in and out even though it’s down in the canyon. Definitely worth a stop!
November 15, 2018 - reviewed by The Gray Ghost
Great dry Camping
Nice area, clean sites, running water in bathrooms, dump site with potable water. Plenty of space between sites. Steep grade in but fine. We have a 36 foot motor home and tow a jeep and had no problem getting in or out and several choices of spots. Cold at night but as soon as the sun comes up it is fine. Will definitely stay here again. Also they honor the federal senior pass. So 7$ a night.
December 7, 2017 - reviewed by Zab
What a stunning location. Quiet and camp sites are far apart for lots of privacy. Awesome dirt bike trails and tons of them. Has dump and water station but no hook ups at the camp sites. Camp host was very friendly and helpful. We will be coming back for sure!! Great value for $14 a night.