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20 RV Parks near Alpine, Arizona
Oct 2017 - $27.00
This seems to be a basic campground with fantastic owners. Our site was a bit uneven but the owner was there to help us out. The laundry and bathroom were immaculate. We enjoyed our stay immensely. Even the light dusting of snow was fun. - Summer Minnesotan
Jun 2017 - $27.00
Note: since we stayed a week, we got the $115 weekly rate. This is a trailer park with a lot of full-time residents and some short-term RV spaces which will turn some of you off. However the husband and wife (I assume?) who run the park are so outstandingly friendly and accommodating that I wanted to write them a nice review. First of all, they bent over backwards to accommodate our dates and squeeze us in even though they run pretty close to full capacity. Secondly, he is a genuinely nice guy - he guided us into our back-in space, helped my husband hook up the utilities, and when he noticed our bikes on the back of the motorhome he even offered that if we got a flat tire out bike riding we should carry his cell phone number so that he could come pick us up! When's the last time a camp host was THAT helpful? They are full of helpful tips about the area, no matter what your interest - fishing, biking, restaurants, or local events. They keep the park quite neat and clean, and since there's no dedicated dog walk they just tell you to walk your dog wherever you like as long as you pick up. The honor system works surprisingly well; I saw no dog piles whatsoever during our week here. The sites are gravel with a concrete pad for a patio. Our Verizon phone and Dish satellite worked well here. We have a 40' motorhome with a tow vehicle and our space amply accommodated both vehicles. The RVs are a little close together for my taste but we could extend our awning without impinging on our neighbor. I would camp here again. - Idaho RV'er
Jun 2018 - $8.00
We enjoy the closeness of the lake and spacious sites. Neighbors not too close. We are bird watchers and found many species throughout the campground and lake area. There are a limited number of spaces that are open. Most are reservation only and a $10 reservation fee added. Many of the sites will require some leveling. Toilets are kept very clean. - Bachie
Jul 2015 - $8.00
We stayed for several days. Very close to the Lake to go fishing. We enjoyed our stay. - Lincoln S
Jun 2014 - $8.00
If you don't mind boondocking, quiet nights, starry skies, and the occasional zombie squirrel peeking in your coach windows, then this is the perfect place for you. This is a US Forrest Service campground, so not many amenities, but they do have a boat ramp, allow tent camping, trailer and RV parking, picnic tables at all sites, toilets nearby, and really cold drinking water from a natural spring. I would highly recommend getting a reservation from the website, we just showed up and happened to luck out and get one of the last spots. It was not the most level site ever made, they could probably take a dozer and flatten some of them a little better when they get a chance. Overall, we had a great stay and will be going back before they close for the season. - Tony and Jen
Oct 2018 - $35.00
This is a great RV park to stay at either over night or long term. Park owners are very nice and helpful. A clean quiet park in the pines. All sites are level and hard packed so when it rains there is no mud. Power, water and sewer are modern and in good condition. Plenty of wildlife just outside the park and fishing. This park is one we will come back to often. - JGR
Jun 2018 - $40.00
A clean quiet park in the cool pines. Roads are hard gravel and present no problems for larger rigs. All sites are level and hard packed so when it rains there is no mud. Power, water and sewer are modern and in good condition. Plenty of fishing just a few miles away. Management is available if needed and are more than helpful. I can't emphasize how quiet and peaceful this park is. - poorturtle
Jul 2017 - $11.00
We stayed here for 2 months - June & July 2017. We loved every minute of being in this park and have made some good friends that I hope we will continue to keep in touch with. The sites up front have no shade; if you want shade you need to ask for one of the shaded sites in the back. The owners are very agreeable and helpful in accommodating requests if at all possible. When we first came in we only requested 1 month; after staying that long we requested another month. A lot of spaces are rented seasonally for the entire summer so they don't have a huge number of vacancies. The owner was so super nice and worked very hard to accommodate us; we had to move a couple of times but we considered that a very small price to pay in order to stay there on our time frame. If you have a dog there is a wonderful fenced doggie play area for the dogs to meet up for daily afternoon play dates off-leash. Outside the play area, in the rv park itself, dogs should be leashed and owners are pretty vigilant about picking up after their dogs. Sites are large enough that you can sit outside and not feel like you're about to shake hands with your neighbor. The sites are gravel, but a lot of care has been taken to build them up and make them level. - Idaho RV'er
Sep 2016 - $38.00
The park is not very far off the hwy, but far enough not to be overly distrubed by the road noise. We stayed in a group loop spot. It is very close quarters, but has 2 picnic tables and fire rings. One thing that occured regularly during our stay is the power goes off at all hours of the day and night. It is not close to the bathrooms, but an easy walk to them. The spots have trees surrounding them. Some single spots are good size. There are full hookups and non-hookup sites. Those with hookups have both 50 & 30 amp. The water pressure is good, be sure to have a water pressure guage to prevent problems with the pressure in the rig. The length of the spot is good, but the width is what makes the spot we were in not very desirable. The park needs to spread more gravel on the sites so they don't become so muddy when it rains. The roads are dirt. The showers are adequate. However, note there is no shelf and only 2 hooks. These hooks are close to the shower and items may get wet when the shower is on. The water is almost hot and has a timer on it. So you must push it on frequently. The showers are individual suites and clean.(The building has one "room" for each sex with only a toilet, it also has 2 other "rooms" with toilet and shower.) There are also water spickets close by the shower buildings. There is no cell signal in the campground. It's about 30 miles from Pinetop/Lakeside. There you can acquire good 3G AT&T service. However, can't retrieve voicemail. Alpine is about 20 miles and also good 3G AT&T service. There is a small store on the lake about 2 miles down the road that sells a few supplies for fishing, the RV, clothes, food and ice. It's part of the fishing area and it rents boats and has a launch ramp. Overall the camp is clean and well kept and we'd stay there again. We did not notice any pull through sites, but many sites are long enough for big rigs. We had full hookups and found the price a bit high. - Jjtrips
Sep 2016 - $38.00
We stayed at Apache Trout Campground in September. The campground is surrounded by forest and looks more like a a forest service campground than one that would have full hookups. We were in site 84 a long back in. All sites are back in in this campground but are easy to get into even with our 35 footers. We had a fire ring and table at the site. The hook ups all worked well. The sites are 20/30/50 amps. All hook ups are at the very back of the sites so you must make sure to have plently of length on hoses,etc. This is a beautiful campground and we have been here many times before and will continue to come back to. - blowing weeds
Dec 2015 - $38.00
Have visited here the past three September. A very nice National Forest campground in the White Mtns. Campground sits an easy hundred yards or so from Big Lake. Nearest town is Eager, about 23 miles away, but there is a small camp store a half mile before the campground on Big Lake that provides fishing/camping supplies and some basics. No cell service in campground, but you can get a signal at the Big Lake store. This is one of only two NFS campgrounds in the state of Arizona with electric hookups, therefore it books fast. Level gravel sites. Extremely clean bathrooms and showers.
Camp layout is odd. About half the sites are FHU while the other half are dry. The FHU and dry sites are interspersed among each other, not in separate areas loops. Additionally, over half of the hookup sites are set up as doubles, so you would have to pay for 2 sites.
If you can live without hookups, the National Forest campground next door (Rainbow Campground) offers more for your money - huge paved sites, good bathrooms, same fresh mountain air, for a lot less money. Would stay here again if I could get the right site, a single standalone electric site otherwise would first consider options next door at Rainbow. - TravelinTail