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15 RV Parks near Clints Well, Arizona
Jun 2011 - $8.00
This is a primitive (no hookups) campground in the Coconino National Forest. It has vault toilets (two per building) and dumpsters. The picnic and tent pads are new. Each site has a picnic table, fire ring/grill combo, and a separate pedestal grill. We stayed at back-in site 6. The campground is one big loop, which is dirt with some gravel. Sites are the same and are level. There is ample room between sites. The loop is large enough so people on the inner loop do not see across to the other side of the loop. There are both back-in and pull-through sites. The pull-throughs are really wider areas where you pull off to the side of the main loop. The campground is located about 2 1/2 miles down a decent dirt road (FR 751), off of AZ-87. The pines and oak are small to medium size. This campground has a host, but you pay cash at a fee station near the entrance. You can access the Arizona Trail from this campground. Forest Road 751 goes another 2 miles past the campground to the Blue Ridge Reservoir, but that part of the road gets steep and narrow. We enjoy this type of National Forest camping, and will be staying here again. - Neil and JoAnn
Aug 2008 - $8.00
This is a National Forest (Coconino)campground located on the Mogollon Rim about 2 miles north of Clints Well and 2 1/2 miles in on a gravel road. Absolutely beautiful setting in the pine forest; some sites have distant views off the Rim. Located 2 1/2 miles from the Blue Ridge Reservoir. A great place for canoing or kayaking. The campground does not take reservations, no hookups,and has chemical toilets. The sites are level with pads for tents and picnic tables. The campground tends to fill up by Fridays on summer weekends. - JEMc
Aug 2019 - $38.00
This park is ok, but I wouldn't call it a resort by any means. Check in was fast and easy. The hosts were friendly and showed us to our site. Each site backs up to a nice wooded area. I thought we were going to have a problem backing in, but there is a large grassy area in front of the sites and they didn't mind us driving on it so we could get backed in. The water pressure was good, and we didn't have any issues with the electricity, even when we ran the air conditioner when we first got there. We couldn't get any ota channels at all. We did have cell, but data was almost non-existent. Every once in a while an email would pop in and I could occasionally get on a website, but it really didn't matter. It was nice to unplug for the weekend. Wouldn't have a problem staying here again but probably wont. - O_CBarber
Sep 2017 - $35.00
The camp host is the rudest, most controlling CH I have ever dealt with. Terrible customer service. Campers are made to feel unwelcome. Bathroom is locked from 7AM to 7 PM. Not enough picnic tables. Wifi only available for 30 minutes per site. Drinkable water 15 cents a gallon. No fires allowed. - Paddle Gal
Jun 2017 - $14.00
Don't go if you need air conditioning. 30 amp and voltage drops to 106 VAC or lower. Can't run heaters in the AM or AC in the PM. It even states one electric heater is allowed. RVs are on a long row and the voltage drops to almost nothing. Went there to escape the heat wave in Cottonwood. Price is for RPI with a $4 fee for nonexistent amenities. If you have company, they have to walk to your site or you have to pick them up at the gate even though there are acres of parking. I'd stay again but not in a heat wave. It's just an OK place. - waterbill4
Jun 2017 - $41.00
We made reservations to stay here with full hookups. Very rude staff and owners. They cater only to their long term renters and don't care about visitors. Though all sites in the park had sewer hookups, they put us in a site that did not, even though they promised us full hookups. The park management claimed sewer was available though it was 30 feet away and Y-ed into the next (occupied) site's sewer. We didn't have 30 feet of hose and no help offered. I asked for discount because of this and was told "this park doesn't give discounts for any reason!"
Campers running around all hours on noisy 4 wheelers, which seemed to be the reason for this park's existence. Site was on busy corner so we got lots of noise from the loud 4 wheelers. Operators did not try to be quiet and roared their engines at all hours. Site so unlevel our RV could not level itself even after we put blocks under one side.
No cell phone device, way out in the middle of nowhere. In mountains, so cool. Long drive to any attractions. Guess that's why all the site renters (Long term) had 4 wheelers. They even had tents set up on their sites to house all their "toys"
If I could rate 0 stars, I would! - overogal
Jul 2013 - $42.00
Large and level spaces. Quiet. All hook-up worked good. Yes, we had 2 atv's so we were busy,busy,busy. Happy with everything except the price. Long drive for MAJOR supplies. We would come back here again after a long stop at Walmart. - jack danielsxxx
Jun 2012 - $35.00
The park has very large pull through spaces, each with a concrete slab and picnic table. The spaces are gravel/dirt and the roadways throughout the park are wide and covered with large size gravel. They have a very nice store and small restaurant at the office. There are ample RV and supplies in the office store. We did not use the showers or laundry room so could not comment on them. There is a large covered picnic area with tables and grills, great for parties. They also have a children's play area which appears to be in good shape. They also have a large storage facility for storing your rig, so you don't have to pull it up and down the mountain each time, especially with the cost of gas now. This is nice as you can leave it here and just pull it over to your campsite when you come. They also offer various packages for leaving your rig parked in a camping space, connected to hook-ups for an extended period of time. The park is clean and backs up to a national forest so plenty of hiking trails. The park is in a beautiful setting, most definitely way far away from anything! This should have been our clue we would not like the park. We prefer to camp where we might have the option to drive somewhere close by to grab a bit or sightsee or just do something. Not here at Happy Jack! You are at least 20+ miles from any town. The only stores are the small store at the check-in office and then one about a mile down the road that is a gas station and convenience mart. You have little to no TV reception unless you have satellite. You only get Wi-Fi on your phone near the office. If you don't come here with ATVs you are going to be bored silly like we were because there is absolutely nothing to do. We had to drive 30 miles into to Cottonwood, AZ as we grew tired of watching the pine trees grow and were bored with watching movies in the RV. The dogs were tired of hiking in the woods. We needed to see civilization! Happy Jack is only good as a camping spot for hunters or those with ATV's. We will never camp here again. We are storing our RV in their storage facility and plan on moving it to another park where there is more activity at the end of June. - drillbabydrillaz
Oct 2016 - $27.00
Rate of $27 is based on 50 amp site. Of the 12 sites, only 4 are pull thru, and 8 are back-in. Trees and shade on many sites. The lodge is at the NW corner of the Beeline Hwy and Airport Rd traffic circle. Best access is to take the 2nd driveway on Airport Rd. Campground had a nice, clean, maintained and quiet setting with some traffic noise during the day. - Bud H
Apr 2018 - $35.00
This park has mostly permanent units with some being very old. Some had lots of stuff around. They had six sites without permanent units they rent to overnighters. We were supposed to have cable but it did not work. We were next to the road but they have a tall sound barrier wall so the road noise was not objectionable. Lots of trees in front part of park so satellite did not work. Most of the units were unoccupied during our visit but on summer weekends probably more people around. We were visiting family in the area and would likely stay here again as there are not too many choices close by. Our site was long enough for the mh but not with car connected. We had to disconnect. - Windshift
Mar 2018 - $27.00
This is a well maintained RV park with friendly office staff. Many are permanent sites which lends for a quiet, safe RV park. All utilities worked well, WiFi is only available at the Clubhouse. - Retired2017
Jun 2017 - $35.00
We stayed here in our RV so we could visit our friends that have a park model. They located us up front in the older section of the park and the pull-through site was very difficult to get in to. We did have some shade trees which made it nice. - silverfox9
Apr 2016 - $16.00
We have been coming to this Campground for years and totally enjoy it every time. The tall ponderosa pine is our favorite part the park. - Alliekat
Apr 2010 - $16.00
Our stay at this Tonto National Forest campground was enjoyable. The campground is located about 12 miles northeast of Payson on AZ 260. Under the canopy of the tall pines, we had a sense of really being out in the woods even though it’s convenient to the highway. A sign near the entrance directs you to find a spot. A host will find you later to collect the fee. Some sites had reserved signs, but there were plenty of sites available for walk-ins. We were here on a Friday at the end of April. The campground was not full. Summer weekends might be another matter. The loops and sites where you park are paved. The picnic and campfire areas are on the forest floor. Each site has a picnic table, fire ring/grill combo, and a separate pedestal grill. We stayed at back-in site C2. We needed to use 3” leveling blocks on the front tires due to the incline. Other sites are more level. They also have pull-through sites. This is a dry camping campground without any hookups. Their dump station was closed when we visited. They have drinking water and enclosed vault toilets scattered throughout the campground. You know you’re not alone, but we felt there was plenty of space between sites. We collected dry wood in the forest to use in our campfire. They also sell firewood. We will definitely be staying here again. - Neil and JoAnn
Sep 2006 - $7.00
While the National Park book shows spur lengths to be 22', there are several on the outer edge that are over 40 feet in length. We took a 50 foot tape measure after talking to the camp host and checked out the sites he recommended. Beautiful, quiet campground which is rarely crowded since it's completely dry-camping. There is a dump station at the camp but was out of service this weekend. Potable water is available at several spots in the campground. - lgr_001