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4 RV Parks near San Carlos, Arizona
Mar 2019 - $27.00
The whole place is paved. Many sites had cones in them over what looked like new concrete areas. You pick your site and then go back to the gas station to pay. The sites are side by side where one unit faces each way. What is odd is there is 1 pedestal for 2 sites that has 1 of each 20a, 30a and 50a receptacles. There was a "concert" that started at 7 PM on Saturday night and the boom boom boom of the music was noise to me. It ended before 10 PM and it was very quiet at night. The site was almost level. - mrracechaser
Sep 2018 - $27.00
Stayed here one nite on way to Apache Junction. Stayed in ClassC pulling car. The entrance is huge. Chevron station that can actually svc my motorhome/car easily. RV lot huge. All pullthrus. They are east/west facing sites but I had a reservation so they blocked the other site. Only 50/30/50/20 for electric-so no problem. Pool was clean and nice as were the bathrooms and showers. Can walk to casino-ate at the Black River Grill. Food was great. I would stay here again. - Ila Rodgers
Oct 2017 - $27.00
Great overnight park, fun casino. Park is all buddy sites but only have 15,30,50 amp per 2 sites. If you take 30, your neighbour must take 15 or 50. Water and sewer good, seperate hook ups. They could use a better cleaning in the bathrooms/showers. The bathrooms could be upgraded! Seems like lots of ongoing maintenance. - RDRV
Nov 2018 - $18.00
A new facility across Hwy 60. 130 W Ash St. Built on a hill so not level but workable. We like the old facility also as you can walk into Old Globe city. We have stayed at both. - Powayegg
Sep 2017 - $16.00
This is really a local trailer park with a few spots for overnights. The local units are tidy, the people nice and the place pretty quiet. The park is co-located with a batting cage, so people visit during the day. No amenities, but its a reasonable place to stay while in Globe. It's right downtown, a few minutes from a Safeway and other businesses. The customer service was great, and its a bargain at the Passport America rate (probably a little high for what is there without the discount. Overnight parking is parallel parking alongside a fence. It was no trouble for me, but might be awkward for very long rigs. A few local o/a tv channels available. Verizon signal is good, and the free wifi is very fast, and easy to get from your rig. Traffic noise is a little distracting during the day, but its surprisingly quiet at night. - KAP99
Apr 2017 - $25.00
We pulled in for one night, and ended up staying a week. It is hardly fancy, just a local RV park, no frills, pleasant management, ideally placed to explore the area around Globe. We could easily stay here because the WiFi was strong and dependable, which really makes a difference when you are on the road for weeks at a time. Most sites have sewer, ours was water and electric only, but there is a dump. Everything worked. Another desert campground, on the sand and gravel. Many long term residents, mainly because of the proximity to the mine. Maybe a half dozen or so 'drop ins.' Easy walking to grocery store and downtown shops. - Max_well