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2000 North Hwy 85, Ajo, AZ 85321
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Maribeth c wrote a review Jan 2018
Crooked River Ranch, Oregon58 contributions15 helpful votes
This little RV Park is clean, neat and has great spots for all RVs. Good dog runs and birds galore. There are even havalinas in the night. Perfect stop before Mexico. There are good restaurants and a laundrymat close by.
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Date of stay: January 2018Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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Bob R wrote a review Jan 2017
DownEast and Acadia Maine, Maine25 contributions5 helpful votes
We stayed here last year, and we're here again this year I think the decision to come back soon as a lot more than comment on the amenities or other features of the park. And we are repeat visitors. Xxx
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Date of stay: January 2017Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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KarenKST wrote a review Aug 2016
Muskegon, Michigan179 contributions81 helpful votes
We stayed at Ajo Heights RV Park for 5 nights during our visit to Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument. Campground is just off the highway, but noise and traffic is not an issue as the speed limit is low in this area. This small park is very well kept and the managers are very friendly and accommodating. The bathrooms and laundry are in the rec building, and the park manager lives in the floor above. Bathrooms and laundry are very clean, and laundry was a bargain at $1/washer and 75 cents/dryer. Sites are back-in, gravel, and level. A bit closer to my neighbors than we prefer, but not unreasonably small. There is a grocery store across the street. It is a 35 mile drive to Organ Pipes Cactus. However, if I visit the area in the future, I would prefer to dry camp at the National Monument (if the weather is not too hot.)
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Date of stay: January 2016
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Paula T wrote a review Apr 2016
18 contributions8 helpful votes
Stayed here just one night but absolutely beautiful place, neat and clean and wonderful cacti all around, views of mountains to the east. Nice graveled, level spots and big cement patio. Don't miss the Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument one hour south of Ajo too.
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Date of stay: April 2016Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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willybar wrote a review Feb 2016
Maple Ridge, Canada37 contributions36 helpful votes
We stayed in a motorhome, in Feb. 2016, for a week and found it to be a really nice, clean park. Small, with nice level sites, maybe a bit small. It seemed a bit cliquey, There is only one shower/bathroom , and the laundry room had only 2 washers ($1.25) and 1 dryer (.75). Really good location, across from the IGA. Good cable TV and Wifi
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Date of stay: February 2016
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cbinpa2015 wrote a review Jan 2016
Port Angeles, Washington26 contributions24 helpful votes
This is our fifth stay at Ajo Heights RV Park, with increasingly long stays each year. It's the perfect place to enjoy the small but delightful (and sleepy) old mining town of Ajo, in the middle of the beautiful Sonoran Desert. Organ Pipes National Monument isn't far away, and the huge Cabeza Prieta Wildlife Refuge is very close. Just wandering through this beautiful desert is enough for us! This park is small, with perhaps 30 sites. The landscaping is beautifully done, with cacti and desert shrubs of all types at each site, as well as out front and in the "desert garden area". The sites as large, most of the are fairly long, they are exceptionally level; the utilities are all in top shape. The laundry and showers, and community library/rec. room, while small, are clean. Larry and Carole, the owners, take great pride in the condition of this little gem. There are pull-throughs for overnighters, and the other sites are back-ins. You will find extremely friendly people here, from Canada and most points northward; many of whom have been staying here for 5, 10, 15 years or more. Don't hesitate to stay here. We are SO glad we found it. Daily, weekly, and monthly rates are listed on their website. It's very reasonable compared to Phoenix prices!!
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Date of stay: January 2016Trip type: Traveled with family
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Bob R wrote a review Dec 2015
DownEast and Acadia Maine, Maine25 contributions5 helpful votes
spacious sites with nice gravel surface. All amenities. And the snow birds all seem to be regulars - wintering over here for years - and very welcoming. It seems we stayed during a "cold snap", but it wasn't cold by our standards. Nice grocery and hardware across the highway.
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Date of stay: December 2015
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CeeGee48 wrote a review Apr 2015
Rochester, New York124 contributions46 helpful votes
This was a lovely little campground. We were here in late April and literally were the only ones in the campground (they close April 30 for the season). Payment by check or cash only. Gravel sites with a concrete patio. Nice landscaping. The sites looked a little close to each other, but it was hard to tell because there were no other RVs in the place. We had our mail and some Amazon packages delivered here with no issues. Cell phone reception was excellent. WiFi was screaming fast, but that could be because we had no competition for it. Cable TV is digital with lots of channels. If you have an older analog TV with a convertor box, you won't be able use it. No over-the-air TV stations. Very nice owners. We would definitely stay here again.
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Date of stay: April 2015
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Marilee and Gar... W wrote a review Mar 2015
Des Moines, Washington94 contributions29 helpful votes
We recently spent a night at the Ajo Heights RV Park on our way motorhoming to Mexico. We enjoyed it enough we spent another night there on our way back toward home. The manager, Larry, was very friendly and helpful. The park is very conveniently close to a grocery store. The park is clean and has a nice relaxed feel to it.
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Date of stay: February 2015
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AJO HEIGHTS RV PARK - Campground Reviews (AZ)

Frequently Asked Questions about Ajo Heights RV Park
Which popular attractions are close to Ajo Heights RV Park?
Nearby attractions include New Cornelia Open Pit Mining Lookout (2.0 miles), Ajo Historical Museum (2.1 miles), and Federated Church (1.5 miles).
What are some restaurants close to Ajo Heights RV Park?
Conveniently located restaurants include Agave Grill, Ajo Farmers Market & Cafe, and Oasis Coffee.