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24 RV Parks near Bellemont, Arizona
May 2017 - $18.00
Nice little Camp ground at Camp Navaho Army National Guard base. Only 14 spots with lots of room between. Water and electricity are provided but sewer is a dump site on the way in. The camp host were very friendly and helpful. There are no reservations, first come first serve. If you call the day before and there is room they will save a spot for you. We camped in a 43ft 5th wheel, and would definitely come back. - BobsFixIt
Aug 2014 - $15.00
Nice wooded campground with spacious sites. No sewer, no Wi-Fi, no cable, no antenna channels, and AT&T is off network here. Flagstaff is 10 miles East. There is talk of expansion, which is needed. While sites are spacious, there is room for twice as many, and I saw several people come in and get turned away due to no availability. Mosquitoes ate us alive! They were hungry and on the hunt 24 hours a day. We went through 4 cans of repellent and still have dozens of bites and scars. Most guests here have been returning for years and stay for extended periods of time. Campground hosts are very nice and hosted two social hours during our 2-week stay. We enjoyed our stay but are unlikely to return just because of the mosquitoes. I’m from the deep south and have never been attacked like that. It made enjoying the great outdoors impossible. Rats were also an issue. Several guests found nests under their hoods and chewed up wires/undercarriages while we were there. We were very worried but fortunately did not experience a rat problem ourselves. The inner circle was less wooded, more breezy, and seemed to have less mosquitoes, but that’s where the rats seemed to be affecting vehicles the most. Hubby’s biggest concern was that Arizona seems to employ Department of Corrections orange-suiters to landscape and clean facilities with no signs of supervision. - LifeRidingShotgun
Jun 2012 - $15.00
We stayed here twice on our way to and from grand canyon. Really liked this place. No sewer at sites, but dump station available. Cash only. No reservations but called and (very helpful) host told us of availability. This is a simple but very nice campground. Nice big gravel, but level sites. I would stay here again and highly recommend it. Very peaceful and rural. - ncylee
Aug 2018 - $50.00
Under new ownership since we last visited. A very wooded quiet park. Out of the bustle of Flagstaff, but close enough for convenient shopping. Good wifi and "air" TV channels. - W Davidson
Jul 2018 - $48.00
Stayed at this campground for nearly a week. Campground is nestled in a mature pine forest, so there is lots of shade and wind whistling through the pines. Many sites are occupied by longer term campers seeking the cooler weather. The campground is located on the western side of town on old Route 66. They do not have a city water connection and must truck in all their water. Roads are gravel, and sites are gravel and crushed lava rock. Some leveling may be required. Sites are reasonably spaced, given that they are located in between the trees. Electrical breakers were located at a central panel, not at the individual site. Restroom and showers were old but clean. Campground staff were friendly and very helpful. A small laundry is open during office hours. There is a café in the office popular for breakfast and lunch. There is no cable TV, but major networks and PBS are available OTA. WiFi worked well, except in evenings when the campground was full. We enjoyed our stay at Woody Mountain and would return again. - tnyankee
Jun 2018 - $40.00
Showers and restrooms are clean. RV sites are on the small side. The thing I disliked the most is the dirt/gravel grounds. It's impossible not to track tons of rock and dirt into your RV. The new owners moved the playground away from the highway to a secluded secure area within the campground. Nice move! WiFi and all the hookups worked well. - Ale
Mar 2018 - $38.00
OK for a rest stop, but a very tired park. Stayed one night on return trip west to east. Restrooms and showers were poor, and therefore not used. Many permanent residents with trailers and sites in very poor condition. Park was pretty, with lots of huge pines and shade. Office closed, with a sign open at 3:45. Then another sign says, closes at 2:00. Contacted park rep by phone, but found the site we were directed to occupied. Another call, and directed to take another site. No one seemed interested to find out why there was someone in our site. - nobghuri
Jun 2017 - $35.00
The only things I liked about Kit Carson RV Park are the location and the trees. The bathrooms are bad. They are too small and dirty. Only overnight guests are allowed to use them (as opposed to residents, of which there seem to be a lot), yet they are totally inadequate for even a few visitors. In the ladies room, they put 2 toilet stalls in a space that probably should hold only 1 stall. I couldn't sit down in one because my knees ran into the wall of the stall in front of me. Had to just crouch to use toilet. 2 shower stalls were also very small and we're dirty and had shower curtains that were very dirty at the bottom. Corners of all toilet and shower stalls have not been cleaned well on ages. Not for handicapped, as there are stairs to the building, no benches in shower areas and no handheld shower heads. There seem to be quite a few long spaces and pull-through spaces, but they vary in levelness. Also electrical hookups are mounted on trees and seem somewhat unsafe. Cable TV hookups are worthless. No sewer but there is a dump station - haven't used it yet. WiFi seems to be poor throughout much of the park. They do have about 23 channels of TV via antenna - normal fare - CBS, NBC, ABC, a few PBS channels, a few Spanish stations, a game show channel, a weather channel, ME TV, LAFF, HSN, a movie channel, and a few others. Cellphone service is OK but not great. I have AT&T. When we checked in at the office, they did not offer the code for the bathroom door nor the WiFi password. We had to go back and ask when we discovered we needed them. - Katie and Steve
Jul 2015 - $36.00
We came in at night in a big 5th wheel. Most of the other campgrounds said we were too big. This place had easy to find big pull-thru sites for short stay guests right near the front of the park. And right by the nice little bath house. The trees were nice. No pool but we didn't want one. - Kimra
Sep 2015 - $25.00
We enjoyed our stay here, excellent location a few miles south of Flagstaff. Tall trees, lots of shade, nice bike and walking path. Spacious overall park with an amphitheater for events etc. Many campground sites and the road were hard to discern. We have a 30ft travel trailer and anything bigger would have to be careful negotiating turns and trees, and the sites aren't that big. We had a water/sewer site and it worked fine, had a picnic table and fire ring. No electricity available. No bathrooms, just Sani-huts, but they were clean. We were unable to connect to the WiFi, the signal was nonexistent to very weak. Verizon cell signal was weak, but usable. The campground hosts are from Recreation Resource Management and were friendly and helpful. The rate was $25 for a water/sewer site, and $20 for a dry site. - trussman
Aug 2015 - $25.00
We really like this campground and how quiet it can be. There are only about 7 spaces with water + sewer hookups, and there is a dump station. - joester
Jul 2013 - $16.00
This park makes it into our top 10 weird camping spots. We loved the location. Close to town, in the shaded woods, and near walking/hiking/biking trail. And $16 was a nice price, too, but that's the end of the good. There are no discernible roads and barely any obvious site. It's really tough to figure out which are tent sites and which are RV sites. We like boondocking, but when paying money for a site, I do like to have a "site." Tons of ruts which is non-trivial in monsoon season, but these turn into arroyos rather quickly. No clear ways in/out. No facilities beyond portapotties. Only a few sites with any hookups. Park happened to be pretty empty, but it was still noisy. No real supervision/camp host presence outside of office hours when the nice fellow checks you in. It's an adventure sorta like the ziplining business next door to the campground. - JCLC
May 2018 - $20.00
Reliable full hook ups and clean functional rest/shower rooms. Very close to the airport and downtown. Heavily wooded sites...some a bit unlevel. Next to lodge with free internet and toasty fire. Yurts and cabins also available. - Ncw
Sep 2015 - $19.00
This is a nice, well-kept campground nestled in the ponderosa pines. Our site (#2) was satellite friendly, but we were unable to connect to the lodge's WiFi, even with our WiFiRanger booster. WiFi aside, the staff was courteous and friendly; restrooms and laundry clean and well maintained. A previous reviewer mentioned that sites are not big rig friendly, and while I tend to agree, our site was more than ample. Walmart and Bashas' just a short drive north on AZ89. The recreation area is collocated with Ft Tuthill County Park where Pickin' in the Pines is a popular annual bluegrass event. Hiking trails abound, and the urban trail will take you on foot or bike to the aforementioned Walmart. The only downside is that sites are without septic hook up. If your stay takes you beyond the capacity of your tanks, breaking camp to dump can be a pain. Overall we thought this campground was a good value and will visit again. - CO2RV
Jul 2014 - $19.00
We did not have reservations. We arrived on a Friday afternoon about 5:00. Greeted by wonderful staff. We were too big for one site, but they immediately told us what all sites they KNEW we would fit in. They told us to hurry and hookup as Friday nights are free hamburgers and hot dogs. We went up to the clubhouse patio and enjoyed a free supper. Horse shoes, volleyball, card, dice. Small store with beer available. Very shady. They have yurts, cabins, A-Frames too. We will return. - DigMyPast
Oct 2018 - $40.00
Very easy. One call, no Credit Card needed. When we arrived all was exactly as booked.
Access/Big Rig Access:
Very easy right from I-40.
Very kind staff and no problems with our reservation.
Did not use.
Ok size, slightly close to our neighbor but ok for a couple of nights.
$40 with 10% AAA discount.
This park provides no WiFi.
Almost unusable at this RV Park. Got 134kB down and hardly anything up so WiFi is what you have to rely on. Towers right outside the park is aparanetwly T-Mobile. I still see five bars on the iPhone but data and voice hardly usable.
Very nice from some sites.
Did not use
A very expensive Steakhouse on site. $40 plus courses.
Patio well worn concrete pad. Front desk provides water pressure regulators for free. - BasilFawlty
Oct 2018 - $35.00
I love this RV Park. It's huge and I like how it's laid out. I read a review about the site being doubled and one pulled thru and someone else backed in. This is absolutely not an issue. We had plenty room and two different families backed in behind us. The sites weren't real level but it wasn't bad. It's right on Hwy 40, but the noise wasn't bad and we were second row from the front. We hardly heard the trains either and there were several throughout the day. Most didn't blow their whistles. There is a Starbucks Coffee about a mile away. I walked there several days in a row. There is a Cracker Barrel real close too. Everything we needed was within 3-4 miles, except propane. We could not find any around us. The laundry room was very clean, we didn't use the restrooms but I'm sure they were clean too. There is no WiFi at all. And it's because there wasn't a company that provided what they needed. There was satellite, but no cable. We have Verizon and Tmoble. Tmoble was very limited. I would stay here again in a heart beat. Sedona is about 30 miles and a hidden gem, Walnut Canyon is about 8 miles away. I felt safe running the trails around here too. - Sheila Rosson
Sep 2018 - $40.00
We didn't use any of the park's external facilities. My back-in site was easy to enter and leave. Odd thing, there is no 30 amp service. Just 20 and 50 amp. They will loan adapters. Temps were cool so I didn't need AC. 20amp was all I needed. Warned about excessive water pressure. They will loan a regulator. I used my tank and pump. Site was pretty level side to side but sloped pretty bad towards the road. Had to jack my fifth wheel tongue pretty high to get level. So high that stability suffered. So high that I could walk under tongue without ducking ~6ft. Small grass lawn. Biggest surprise, no wifi. $40 per night and no wifi. Not right. I would stay here again, but think they really need to come of age and provide wifi. Otherwise, charge $30. Site was mostly shade. Could only lock on 2 of three Dish satellites. Was very lucky to manage that. Office help was polite. - Tom Blocker
Jun 2011 - $18.00
This is a Kaibab Forest Campground with no hookups. It is 19 miles southeast of Williams and the last 10 miles is on a gravel road. The campground fills up on the weekends in the summer, reservations for some sites are available. The lake is stocked for fishing and good for kayaking or canoeing, small electric motors are allowed. Good ATV roads are near by. The camp hosts were very friendly and helpful. National Parks Passes will decrease the nightly rate by 50%. - JEMc
Jan 2019 - $49.00
We were looking for a nice winter park in the forest that had full connections. We were there during a couple of winter snow storms and really enjoyed it. They plowed the park early after each storm. The sites are dirt and not at all fancy. But, this was expected for a forest campground. We had Amazon ship us some things while we were there. The staff called our phone to tell us it had arrived. We left a day early to avoid an incoming snow storm and the staff refunded our last day with a smile. We will definitely be back to this campground again. The dog runs are well fenced under the forest trees - very nice. My only criticism was that some people didn't clean up after their dogs in the dog run. The campground is in the forest so expect to navigate around the trees. It reminds me of a National Forest Service campground but with full hookups. - DDHeidi
Nov 2018 - $47.00
Easy access to US89 and I40. Dog park and showers was okay. Sites were very unlevel and roads very narrow for big rigs. Cable did not work at our site but no trouble with our satellite. WiFi was not available at our site because of the trees. - Fulltimersrv
Nov 2018 - $53.00
I arrived after hours, I was glad to find the last pull thru site for my rig, even after pre paying.... but it had the 50amp I needed to charge my batteries, and the sewer connect to drain my tanks, sites have not been leveled, been when you working around trees and a land locked college town, you cannot hold the against the host. All in all, a great stay, considering extending. - Canonman16
Oct 2018 - $37.00
We were drop-ins so were placed in 2 of 3 tight spaces near the road. Still, we fit with our large trailers without having to unhook. The wifi was non-existent no matter when we tried it. Even near the road (a highway), the park was super quiet. Check in person acted like she was doing us a favor being there at 4:45 p.m., after we'd tried calling 2x and got the "the office is closed" message. Fine place to walk dogs. - beckydmc
Sep 2018 - $37.00
This park is mostly full of permanents and travelers are an afterthought. We were crammed in slide-to-slide with our neighbor on one side and close to trees on the other. I knew when I called that we would not have a sewer hookup, but when we parked, there seemed to be one there. I was told that yes, there is a sewer hookup, but you can't use it. Their sewer system does not have the capacity for all sites to be hooked up at once. It was noisy, too - next to the highway and lots of traffic in and out of the park past our site. Everybody in Flagstaff was full, so call well ahead. At least the lady in the office was very nice. - JA1800
Aug 2018 - $37.00
Very similar to the CG up the road, but about half the price. The good sites in the summer are taken by snowbirds. The sites that are left are tight. Cash or check only. We would stay again. - lexton
Oct 2018 - $55.00
Family owned, friendly. 55 plus park, nonsmoking. If entering from North, it's hard to see the entrance sign. Good satellite, WiFi and cable. - Steve Z
Oct 2018 - $62.00
We pull a 43 ft fifthwheel with a long bed F350 dually truck. Really beautiful park, well laid out, lots of tall pine trees and shrubs between each site. These sites are huge! Nice large, level, shaded, gravel site. Lanes are gravel and easy to navigate through the park. There are several large landscaped visiting areas in the park to enjoy. Easy to find, right off the road No train or plane noise. Staff are really nice and helpful. As well there is a large fenced in dog area to play. Wifi okay for checking email but slows down in the evening time when, of course, everyone wants to check email. AT&T cell service is good. Our Verizon WIFI hotspot worked great. Satellite worked great. Park is close to nice shopping and restaurants. No bugs. We will definitely return to this park. - JanneC
Sep 2018 - $55.00
J&H is a nice place to camp east of Flagstaff, convenient to town and the Sunset Crater Volcano. Sites are large and level gravel with lots of room for both a large rig and tow vehicle. Most sites are shaded by mature trees. Restrooms and showers are very clean. There are group picnic and meeting areas with patios and fountains. The campground is not well marked on Rt 89. It is easy to pass by and somewhat hard to turn a large rig around. Stay in left lane when close and look for a small camper sign on the right just before the park. - EVO_Bob