Tombstone RV Park & Resort
Park Features & Amenities
Pull Through Sites:
Full Hookup Sites:
Credit Cards Accepted: Visa, MasterCard
Utilities & Amenities
Power: 50 Amps, 30 Amps, 20 Amps
The park was located on the outskirts of town, had larger sites than the in town RV parks, but we had to drive into town. Parking in the downtown area was hard to find during the off season in the middle of the week. The campground had some trees which would provide shade during the summer, however they were still missing leaves during our visit. Our site was level and all of the connections worked. The park was a little rustic, but well within reason.
We intended to stay a week as a base for relaxing and exploring the Tombstone area but left after two nights. The primary reason was the Internet service. When it did work, it was only for short periods of time, and then it was exasperatingly slow. Apparently this is a frequent occurrence here, so if you need reliable Internet service, this is probably not the best place to stay. The other reason was the general condition of the park. What their website euphemistically calls grass are patches of goatheads (thorny weeds), while the picnic tables look like they have been baked in the sun for decades. The hook ups are also in bad shape and are poorly located for many sites. And during our short stay we had the distinct pleasure of viewing the burned out hulk of an RV that had obviously been there a while. Finally, beware of their refund policy. You only have an hour after check in to request a refund. They also require a deposit for the restroom key. Although the staff was cordial, we consider this park to be the worst we’ve stayed at.