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.
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
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.)…
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.
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