After a long drive, we were very tired needed to stop. I called to check if space was available. Virginia at the desk said yes, and waited for our late arrival, about hour after closing time. Her husband led us to our site. 100 ft. long, didn't even need to unhook. Easy parking and great flat space. Quiet location too.
They were very helpful and accommodating when we fell ill and had to change dates. They did not make it difficult nor did they hassle us in any way. They wished us well and said they hoped we recovered soon. We would definitely stay with them again.
Convenient location off I-40 yet far enough off the interstate so you don’t hear the traffic. Friendly staff. We had a long but very narrow pull thru site. Most of the park has large gravel making it very difficult to walk the dogs. Wi FI not fast or reliable. Would probably stay again for one night but not any longer.
This park is a gem. We came in early and they were gracious enough to give us a spot. The staff are wonderful, friendly and accommodating. Plenty of room for your RV and for pets to roam. We only wish we could have stayed longer.
One of the most charming campgrounds we’ve encountered. Meticulously clean and well thought out. Thoughtful touches and friendly staff made me regret we could only stay for one night. Most spots had cement to park on. Wish there were more campgrounds like this one!
Decided to stay here after reading good reviews about this place. It is clean and most likely quieter than KOA which is closer to the interstate. However, if you rely on a wheelchair or mobility scooter or even use a baby stroller, you are kind of stuck. Most of the rv park roads are gravel and not negotiable. From our site 20B, you could take a paved road to the street then negotiate your wheels in the street to get to the rv park entrance again if your intent is to get to the rv park store. Further complicating things is the length of the gravel sites. From our RV door to the road that’s paved is probably about 100 ft. Sites are long and very narrow. Not much room for sitting outside and only every other site has a concrete patio. Ours doesn’t. The dog park is also all gravel and my dogs don’t like to potty on gravel. Wifi was streamable but in Dec there weren’t many people there so can’t say at busier times. Water spigot had to be disconnected by 7pm so you’re reliant on water in your tanks most of the night. Cable tv is all analog and fuzzy. Basically it’s a place to overnight but it is reasonably close to Petrified Forest National Park (25 minutes).…
We were passing thru Holbrook for the night, and stopped by the "OK" based on reviews. The campground is well organized, and the front desk was very helpful. The grounds are very clean. Looks like new gravel everywhere and things look crisp. The roads are nice and wide. The sites are a bit close, but very long and they stagger the RVs so that they are not next to each other. It is located a nice distance from Interstate 40 so is fairly quiet. will stay here again next time we are passing thru.
Called to make reservation for 50 amp. With AARP told me $45. When checked in told 50 even when I showed them the email. the site was suppose to be 50amp. After park called in electrician we were told the park has outdated electric and too many 50amps used at one time so no one truly had 50amp. It was hot and our air wouldnt work properly
This place is NOT OK. First, I made a reservation in December 2020 for three nights at the rate of $40 per night. When I arrived in May 2021, the lady behind the desk promptly informed me they would not honor that price and that I must pay $50 a night. Great. This is exactly what I wanted to hear after driving 6 hours but they didn’t care. When I politely told them I had a reservation in December at the $40 rate, she said they’ve been bought out and the rate is now $50. As a nice little touch at the end, she then goes on to say that I can stay at the place “down the road” if I didn’t like it. Unbelievable and a shameful act of betrayal to the customer. For fear that I might lose my spot altogether if I challenged this even more, I kept my cool and paid the money. To the manager of this place, go ahead and fly across county and get to your hotel only to hear “yeah, we’re not going to honor your rate, but hey, there’s a nice hotel further in town if you want to stay there” and then tell me how you feel. Ridiculous. And posting a blurb on your website is no excuse either. They had my phone number and we even talked twice on the phone BEFORE I arrived. They could have easily called me and let me know about the rate change, but noooooo, they waited until I got to the park when I had little choice. Second, the spaces are the worst and smallest I’ve ever seen at a park. You know it’s bad when YOUR picnic table has to be shoved against your slide in order for the OTHER vehicle just to drive through to their spot. They try to stagger the RV’s to squeeze you in but that just means I stare at their pull vehicle and my neighbor stares at my truck. The attached pictures says it all. If you don’t plan on spending anytime outside and enjoy broken promised rates, this is the place for you. Honoring there commitments doesn't seem to be a priority to them. As for me, I would not stay here ever again and plan on taking them up on their offer to stay “down the road”.…
Ok rv park is just re-doing some of their sites. We stayed 4 nights so we could do the painted desert and petrified forest, Winslow..standing on the corner, and the apache death cave plus get some laundry done etc. Its very quiet..sites are a little close but we have no one next to us. Laundry room is huge but only 2 dryers work and the washing machines are small. But they work so no complaints. They do not have a dog park but you can walk your dog along the fence line. All Gravel sites and a few trees. Lots of petrified wood near the office. Very nice staff.