Desert Gold RV Resort
Park Features & Amenities
Pull Through Sites:
Full Hookup Sites:
Credit Cards Accepted: Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Discover
Utilities & Amenities
Power: 50 Amps, 30 Amps, 20 Amps
Streets are a disaster
This is a park that was very beautiful and not a cent has been spent for maintenance in years. The streets are a disaster with abundant potholes. Many of the permanent residents can not use the pool and hottub because they get a rash?????? They don't feel the park staff shows a concern for this even though the residents have made quite a committment to the park. So, maybe an OK place to spent a night or weekend but I would definitely not go into the pool/hottub and be extremely careful if you are taking a walk (you could disappear forever in a pothole). Also, many of the permanent sites are gorgeous but too many look like a slum. Does this park have any standards?
Best Park in Southwest AZ
That's what we were told by another customer when we went to the office to register. This park is only 11 mi east of Quartzite, the winter mecca for snowbirds, and I gather it is really hopping in the winter. In fact, they are full up for next January and February. But the area is pretty quiet in October. There are many permanent spots in the park, so it's hard to tell how many temporary people they can take, but I would guess that more than half are permanent. But they are all neat and well-cared for.
Lots of amenities--pool, hot tub, 4 pool tables in an air conditioned room, lots of daily activities come the winter season. And the sites are huge by private park standards. While the site is gravel, there is a long concrete pad with a picnic table on it. Shade is minimal; how much shade can a palm tree provide, after all?
All in all, a very pleasant place to stop for the night.
While the park is located in Brenda, the mailing address is Salome, AZ. It's a Good Sam Park.