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Stayed here for an overnight while passing through on I-40. Very close to Winslow, AZ if you want to stand on a corner. Camping is out in open, no shade, but sites are paved and level, and its a very pretty setting. Most sites have electricity and water. Bath house is very good. There is a dump station.
There are some Native American ruins to see in the park and lots of pottery shards are visible. This is ancient ground for the Hopi. There's a nice museum in the Visitor Center
We were going to stay just one night, but we decided to stay for two so we could see the ruins. The camp is quite and well run. You get some noise from the freeway and trains that are 2 or 3 miles away, but it is not bad enough to be annoying. We would definitely stay here again if we were in the area.
Homolovi State Park
This is a great park for an overnighter, or for several days. Plus a great camp host. We will stop again!
Paved roads, paved sites. Fabulous showers. Each huge shower has a skylight, a light on a timer, a heater on a timer, beautiful white tiles and a bench. Best shower I have seen in many moons at any park, much less a state park. Each ample site has a picnic table and grill.
Be sure to go to the Visitor's Center; check out the bathrooms (the men's room has blue uplights on one wall to represent sunrise; the women's has a red one to represent sunset), the sink counters are wood. The building itself is stunning and fits the landscape wonderfully. You can take out an iPod tour of Homolovi II. It is well worth it because it explains the site so well.
It is a hop, skip, and jump to Winslow. Go to the Trail Museum there and be sure to stop at La Posada. In fact, if you are ready for a night out of the RV, stay at La Posada. They have done a stunning job at restoring/renovating this 30s hotel.
We chose this park over the Meteor Crater RV Park down the road.