We were in Tombstone for 3 days/2 nights over New Year's Eve. Based on other reviews, we chose this park. I wish we would've chosen one of the others as we drove past them and they looked MUCH better. First the positive -- as other reviewers have stated, you can't beat the location here. Very short walk to all that Tombstone has to offer. Now the bad -- when I called from the road to reserve a spot, I specifically asked for a 50 amp pull through. We arrive, and we're given a 30 amp pull through. Not that big of a deal because we carry a converter -- just aggravating, and the manager was snotty about it and didn't apologize. The sites are level but they are SMALL -- by "small" I mean that if you have slides and the RV next to you has slides, you will not be able to walk between the 2 RV's. Seriously. There is one little patch of grass with some picnic tables on it -- there are signs every few feet of this grassy area that say "Keep Pets Off Grass". Really? Most RV'ers are responsible pet owners who will pick up after their pets. Also, thank goodness we were on the other side of the park from the trash dumpsters as they were literally over-flowing with trash piled up around them. My advice -- stay in one of the other parks and drive the couple of miles to downtown Tombstone -- there's plenty of free parking around town.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Located in the Historical District, walking distance to all attractions. Full Hook Ups. Restrooms with showers, laundry facilities, WIFI. Right across the street from the OK Corral. ... more less