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4 RV Parks near San Simon, Arizona
Nov 2018 - $20.00
Great park with great music Should stop to see it. Lots of history here with old country music and Judy Hall country singer - Matt_Susan63801
Dec 2016 - $20.00
This is a no-frills park; no trees, wi-fi, or cable TV, just open gravel pull-thru sites. The park is owned by a 90 year old widow lady. She was a country music entertainer in her day and is talkative and friendly. She likes dogs, so the park is pet friendly. The location is convenient and easy on and off at exit 366. - bluesbuff
Jun 2014 - $18.00
Easy on/easy off from I-10. The RR is near by, but the trains don't blow their horns, so trains are not noticeable. All site are pull-throughs. Some of the sites farther away from the office are good for 40' with toad without unhooking. 30 amp power worked good in the 103* heat. No shade. This place is a much older gravel parking lot and the weeds are growing up in places. Good for overnight stay, but not for long term. For $18 we were satisfied with our stay. - A-S_Travels
Mar 2019 - $32.00
We confirmed our reservation before arriving. When we arrived, the woman helping us wasn't sure there was room. There was one spot open and we think she found our reservation. We used the restrooms early in the evening but later found that they were locked. Apparently they lock them sometime after closing the store and reopen them before opening the store. It would have been appreciated if we had been told that before the store closed. The sites were level and open - not much more than a large gravel lot. There is train noise during the night, but most of the night there were no trains. - Ann Dave
Jan 2019 - $16.00
We have stayed here many times. It is open and there are lots of trains going by [about every 15 minutes] but I'm a train buff so it was great. - bushbunnie
Nov 2018 - $17.00
Tidy campground and very friendly. A host told us to pick a site, get set up and then come into office and settle up. So we pulled into a site and were setting up when I saw that we had driven over a fire ant hill and they were swarming all over! Not a good thing, their bite is very painful. So we picked everything thing up from the ground and moved to a different site. So glad there was an ant hill free site. Went into office and paid for our night. They sell all sorts of nuts, fudge and jerky and had lots of samples on the counter and we were encouraged to try whatever we wanted. The park is owned by a company that has a nut tree farm. Along the road were acres of pecan and pistachio trees. Since hubby has a nut allergy he didn't sample and we didn't buy any but the samples I had were very tasty. And the lady in the office was very friendly. We would stay here again. - Rick & Karen