We stayed here for 4 nights for the Canton Trade Days. The rate shown was the Good Sam discount rate. Although it is several miles in to Canton, the location is much more quiet than rv parks in the Trade Days area. The manager and owners are very friendly and helpful - they escort you to your site and help you get parked and give information about things to do in the area.
I understand that they want to add additional sites and a pool in the future.
The sites were well spaced as far as width and length of our pull through was great for our 40 foot motorhome with the Jeep attached.
We arrived here on November 1, 2014 and will be here until April 5, 2015. This is an excellent location for many of the activities Arizona has to offer. It is really nice to get up every morning to a view of Superstition Mountain out the window.
This is one of the smaller parks in the area but that has many advantages - you get to know many of the people and everyone get to be good friends. When you arrive, the owners escort you to your site and get you parked.
Sites are open so no problems getting satellite but we were using our batwing antenna to pickup stations in Phoenix and Tucson. WiFi is slow and not totally reliable but it is free - works well for getting email and some internet browsing.
The park does not have some of the workshops (lapidary, silversmithing, ceramics, woodworking, etc. of many of the larger parks but the price is a lot less.
This was an overnight stop for us traveling from Aztec, NM to Apache Junction, AZ. The park has long gravel pull throughs with concrete patios. The sites are fairly narrow but there was no one next to us so it was not a problem. The WiFi was good. We did not use the available cable service so I cannot comment on that.
The wind was really blowing while we were there. Also trains come through all night and although in the distant you can hear the whistles. If you are a light sleeper this might not be good but I sleep like a rock. With the location of the train tracks, I would not imagine that anywhere in Holbrook would not hear the trains.
We stayed here from October 1, 2014 to October 31, 2014. It is convenient to Durango, Colorado, the San Juan River, Chaco Canyon, Aztec Ruins National Monument. The primary reason for being here is the trout fishing on the San Juan River. Although WiFi is provided here, it was not excellent. The network was up and down constantly. There are some rv parks closer to the river but cell phone service is weak and WiFi is not widely available.
Reservations here are advised as this is an oilfield town and they may be full if you just happen to show up unannounced.
The Animas River borders the park and was a wonderful place to walk our dog.
We stayed here from September 27, 2014 to October 1, 2014. This park is very well kept with very spacious sites. The staff escorts you to your site, gets you parked and makes sure you are comfortable with the hookups. They have a great dog run (which has just been remodeled) for those of us traveling with our pets. The free continental breakfast every morning was good and very busy. Wide streets, long level concrete pads for parking. Cell phone service was excellent and cable tv was good.
We stayed here from June 27, 2014 through September 27, 2014. This park has spacious sites in a beautiful setting. We had intended to stay one month but shortly after arriving, we decided we would like to stay longer. In the summer, they are booked well in advance with regulars who have been coming here for years but we were fortunate that some one canceled for August and September. The other people in the park make you feel welcome and treat you as old friends.
The only drawbacks would be the lack of cell phone service and the limited bandwidth for their WiFi. We have AT&T and had no service while others with Verizon had low to moderate service. The WiFi is monitored and you will be blocked from service if you try using it for streaming movies or large downloads.
We stayed here for a month in June 2014 while in Lubbock on family business. The park was clean and quiet. The staff was friendly and the grounds were well maintained. There is some noise from the Loop but not really that noticeable. WiFi worked well while we were here.
If you are going in here for any period of time, you should really fill your propane tank. Pinnacle Propane is listed in the park brochure as being in the park on Tuesday and Thursday. We thought while we were here we would top off the tank so we called - three times - and they never came. We were parked there for a month facing the entrance with the shades up and we never saw a truck enter the park. So when we left, we went by a different propane dealer to have the tank filled - West Texas Gas in Wolfforth, Texas.
We stayed here for several days in in July 2012 while traveling through Alaska and Canada with a caravan.
We were able to arrange with the office for someone to walk our dog twice a day while we enjoyed the sights of Denali National Park.
The location is just off the highway which made it very convenient. We had no problem getting our 40 foot motorhome parked in our space. As was the case with every RV park we visited on our trip, the spaces were closer together than what you usually find in the lower 48 but that is really not a problem - you are there to see the sights not sit in your rig all day.
We loved the scenery and enjoyed our stay. The staff was very helpful and friendly.
We were at this park from September 1 through October 31, 2012. We had intended to spend the winter here but family obligations changed our plans. This is a comfortable, friendly park with lots of pecan trees for shade. WiFi, cable tv and cell phone reception was excellent. We look forward to returning here in the future.
We stopped here on our way from South Dakota to Texas for a night. The park itself was great - good WiFi, cell phone and cable tv. Not much to do in the area but that was not our reason for being there.