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5 RV Parks near Seligman, Arizona
Nov 2018 - $29.00
The RV park is behind the general store on the west side of town. It's gravel with a few small trees. Sites are short pull thru and adaquate for RVs up to 40 feet. I was able to park the CRV next to the RV on site. A few site were much smaller. The park was clean and easy to access from the road. The hookups worked well. Park WIFi worked well. No OTA TV or cable. Propane is available for portable tank refil only. Cell signal (AT&T) was 3 bar LTE on our phone. Check in at the store, the owner was great and gave us some local info. The store has a good inventory of hardware items and RV supplies. There is a $5 deposit for restroom/dumpster key. Didn't use the restrooms or showers but they were clean. Could use a renovation though. Showers are locked, rest room is shared with store customers. The park has a few permanent and long term residents. Most spaces were open. It was very quiet during our stay. Railroad across the road is busy but no train horns. The road traffic was not busy or noisy. - DJR CMR
May 2018 - $26.00
This campground was essentially a small gravel parking lot with full time residents. There was no grass. The front desk was friendly. We could not get the satellite to work which could have been due to strong winds. Google maps incorrectly directed us 15 miles west of the campground. The sites were not very long. - CAdreamers
May 2015 - $25.00
Stayed here a couple nights to explore the town and Route 66. The park is in back of the general store and the bathrooms are shared by customers. The showers were locked and you had to get a key to use them. They could use updating but were functional and clean. The sites are gravel with raised areas for the hookups. Some sites had shade trees. Railroad tracks were nearby, but didn't bother me. - sloopygirl
Oct 2018 - $43.00
Trains run all night long. If you are a light sleeper, this campground is not for you. The downtown is 1 1/2 miles away. It appears to be a stopping point for tour buses. Since the town is on old route 66, there are plenty of gift shops and restaurants. The pizza place next to the KOA is good plus you get a 10% discount if you are staying at KOA As for the campground, the sites are level but offer little shade. - Poe Dog
Oct 2018 - $36.00
We had a level, gravel, pull through FHU site that was satellite friendly. The bathrooms are old but clean. - Jerry S
Aug 2018 - $20.00
Simple dirt sites with some long stay campers. But the atmosphere is very friendly and the swimming pool was a great place to socialize with other occupants. Seligman as a town was a bit disappointing, campground is also not on walking distance from town ... On the positive side, we did have a great BBQ over here, and a great sleep (even when the railroad was used by 3 minute long passing trains). - crowny
May 2013 - $30.00
Dirt sites. Very dusty. Not level. No amenities. Next to freeway - noisy. Park fee $12. Water and electric $25. Full hook $30. WAY over priced. Basically a dirt lot with hook-ups. Don't recommend unless you're very desperate. Station staff friendly and helpful - Retired CSI Guy
Sep 2012 - $25.00
Basic, overnight stay site. It is noisy due to location above I40. Nice people, but not much to it. - dirtprincess
Mar 2010 - $25.00
What a great Park!! From my understanding its under new management!! I will stay here again and again. I went to the campground below and its just way disgusting. - ashforksux
Oct 2017 - $35.00
We stayed here overnight after a long day. The staff was very helpful and put us in a pull-through site so we did not need to disconnect. We were welcomed in the office by a very cute little dog. Ok, the older marine in her charge was not that cute... Yes, an older park but all the utilities worked just fine, access from I-40 was easy, very quiet even though the freeway was pretty close, and no problem entering the site. The WiFi was dazzling: quick connection, fast, did not get dropped - perfect for planning our next moves. The cost was very reasonable for what it was. We will definitely stop here again. - Old Geezer
Nov 2016 - $40.00
I was having engine problems and had to stay somewhere for the night. The office was not open so I pulled into an open spot and planned to check in the morning. At 6am someone was banging on my door threatening to call the police because I was not registered. It was a nightmare. The sites are not level, the park is dirty and the staff unfriendly. I do not recommend this park. Keep rolling and avoid at all costs. - RV4me16
Oct 2016 - $23.00
Our truck broke down 2 miles from Ash Fork. Good Sam ERS selected this CG for us.
This is a very old, former KOA. Been through a couple of owners since then. As others have stated, the current owner has been putting a lot of money into bringing this place back to its former glory.
We found the Managers to be very accommodating and very knowledgeable of the area. This came in handy as we had 9 days to do sightseeing.
For the value - I'd stay here again.
Rate listed was approximate GS daily rate - I paid for a week, then added 2 more nights. - jbeletti
May 2019 - $36.00
This is quite a different sort of campground, but we liked it PROS A huge variety of sites Lots of trees Incredibly quiet Stargazing = excellent Several things to do besides camp (caverns are worth it - we've been in a lot. These are 'dry' which is unusual Along Rte 66 CONS - ok it is a bit pricey but worth it to see the Rte 66 Fun Run, tour caverns, and have a really quiet place to camp. This is basically it for camping in the area. There is no campground map, and sites are all over the place. Drive around and find one you like and where you will fit. There are both camping sites (no hookups) and RV (elec/water). There are some really good sites near trees and with some privacy.
The roads are a little confusing, but there is a 'main' road that somewhat circles the campground. If you have a big rig (we were double-towing so 60' long), find a good spot to temporarily park then walk around to find a site Everyone seemed very easy-going - not tons of rules The restrooms/showers were nice and spacious - i think there are 6 to 8 of them - private with shower, sink, toilet in each. very clean - chinookgeo
Jul 2018 - $40.00
$40 for a 30amp EW site This was our first time camping in the desert and what a wonderful experience it was. The motel, dinosaur mini putt, Route 66 dedication, etc., are total kitsch, but it works. The motel and pool are located on historic Rte 66; with the RV park, caverns entrance, and the restaurant being 1 mile off the highway along a paved road. Sites are FCFS and are spacious with most having some trees, a picnic table, and a BBQ grill or fire pit. During the two nights that we were there over the July 4th holiday, there were only 4 other RV's so it was very quiet and private. While the daytime highs reached 37C (98F), overnight it dropped to a comfortable 18C (64F), making sitting outside having our morning coffee a wonderful desert experience. From 5 to 10am free continental breakfasts are offered to all motel and RV guests. Laundry is also free, though there is only one washing machine. The spacious individual restrooms with free hot showers were old but very clean. There is a dump station. As this park pre-bills your credit card, you must mention your Good Sam membership when making phone reservations, as they refuse to give the discount upon arrival. - driftdiver1
Jun 2018 - $40.00
We wanted to drive to the bottom of the Grand Canyon and this is the closest campground. We were the only ones there for two nights. It is very expensive for a water/electric site without any OTA reception and extremely slow Verizon internet. The sites are not marked very good so we picked one that we made a pull through. The site was level. There is a mini golf course with dinosaurs which we did not use and a restaurant that we did not eat at. There are caverns at the campground and they were very busy. We did not take that tour either. - Skittlez