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81 RV Parks near Tortilla Flat, Arizona
May 2018 - $40.00
Really barren, not easy to get the motorhome around in. NOISY from the road. Would not stay again. - rayzorben
Nov 2017 - $4.00
The park staff are friendly and helpful the roads are a good width . Most of the sites will accommodate a larger rig l have red reviews of people complaining about the difficulty backing in to the sites maybe it is time to get something smaller my wife has only backed our rig in twice before had no trouble. Other complaints l have read is about the location of the site they received short timers like us know you get what is available. The residents have been friendly and accepting of us l guess you get the treatment you give. We will be returning multiple times this winter . - RandB with the Gypsy Cats
Mar 2017 - $40.00
The people working in the office and mail room are real rude? Not sure if they are French Canadian, but they do not want to answer questions or help you. Flat rude to ignore you and act like they are over worked! - fulltimer345
Jan 2018 - $45.00
This is definitely a park model resort that happens to have a few RV spaces. Within minutes of arriving, the "welcoming" guy came by, and within minutes so had most of the "neighbors". We were invited to come by to visit, but we never felt obligated. The facilities are clean and incredible, we even bought a pickleball set to take advantage of the spotless, and lighted courts. The pools are beautiful, with waterfalls adding a delightful ambiance. Fruit trees abound, and just ask to pick for free. Rates will drop dramatically as the park thins out in April...but it can sure get hot then. We loved being able to walk on a dedicated walkway to a nice Safeway food store, and a strip center with a variety of shops. Great dog park, exercise room was crowded at times...and hot. No cable on-site, but lots of digital channels. No Wi-Fi at the sites, just main public buildings. - tres gatos
Dec 2017 - $33.00
I have stayed as this beautiful park twice now. This thing is beautiful and massive. It really is more of a park model home resort and filled with tons of Snowbirds. Dont let that stop you. Plenty of places for your RV and the amenities are wonderful, the neighbors are very welcoming and friendly! Two large grocery stores, nice club house. lots of activities if you are going to stay for a few days. The sites are gravel and you have to back in but plenty of room and a cement pad for your tow vehicle. I would highly recommend this place to anyone. I will use it again on my next road trip. - RV Road Warrior
Jun 2017 - $30.00
First off, I wouldn't consider this an RV park, it's more a park model resort that allows an occasional RV to join them. We parked between 2 park models in a back-in. There are no pull throughs in this resort. It was 116 in the sun, so all we did was unhook and go to the pool...twice in the pool, which was absolutely beautiful. There are two pools and a beautiful hot tub with waterfalls. The grounds around the pool were beautiful! Water pressure was great, 50 amp service and no cable, but we got 75 channels on the antenna. We arrived on a Sunday and the office wasn't open but security told us a site to go to and said we could check-in (and out) in the morning. The office opened promptly and was very quick to process us. The rates had gone down June 1st, so with Passport America we got a rate of $23 plus resort fee and taxes, totaling $30.78. There were no trees at our site and all it was was gravel and not the easiest spot to back in to because of a post. - Ginny H
Dec 2018 - $20.00
Mega park in the heart of Mesa. Staff go out of their way to make you feel welcome. This is a laid back atmosphere: kick back and relax or partake in the activities. Your choice. Only a short trip to the soon to be open Gilbert St LRT station, a great way to get into Tempe and Phoenix.
Road noise is severe in the outer sites along Lindsey (T row). When you check in, ask if they have a couple of different sites you can choose from. Try to get one away from the busy roads that run outside the park. The noise was so severe, it was hard to keep the door open during the day. Go S on Lindsey to the canal which has a long paved multi use trail (safe during day). Lock up your bikes with a "u" lock or bring them inside at night. - Todd Fogelberg
Sep 2018 - $80.00
This park has 1800 plus spots. A lot of them are park models. Stayed for several days but didn't use any facilities because we had family in the area and spent most of our time with them. Very quick and easy check in process. Escorted to the site but had a hard time backing into spot because of the very narrow roads. All interior roads are paved and this is an adult park only. Hookups quickly completed. I appreciate the guard gate at the entrance but night time when needed there wasn't a guard on duty. Satellite friendly. Verizon worked well. - Roamer on wheels
Apr 2018 - $1.00
This park is what I call a 'seasonal destination park' in that it has a very large number of events scheduled during the season (November - March). There are multiple pools, a cafe, regular happy hours in addition to crafts, billiards, and other activities intended to keep the residents busy. The park is very large and well organized. The staff & work campers were friendly and quite helpful.
Our space was very large and in good repair, however there was an overgrown citrus tree that made hooking up our electric a little prickly challenge.
Since we visited off season, it was quite laid back and there were few activities available. Please note, as Thousand Trails members, this was one of our Trails Collection 'free sites'. I only put $1 in the nightly rate because the system won't allow a zero. - Tessa & Toadee on the Road
Feb 2018 - $8.00
Extra large sites with sewer and water. No electric. Dump station on way out. - Kontikiwa
Mar 2010 - $27.00
The portable potties were overflowing, the only shower is at the restaurant, with one shower and toilet for the whole campground and day visitors. The site is very good as far as a lake view and location near the water. It was very roomy but the staff was overwhelmed by the dog complaints and noise everywhere. Poorly run, managed and staffed facility with the worst bathroom, shower, and portable toilet set up. - rpod 171
Jan 2009 - $32.00
Canyon Lake is beautiful and this campground has 22 sites with water and electric that are all less than 50 yards from the lake. There is also a pretty full service marina and a good restaurant on site. There is a row of 30 amp sites that are intended as back-ins and another row of 50 amp sites, which are pull-throughs. The campground has several problems, all of which are correctable if they make the effort. They should put in at least a dump station if no sewer hook-ups for the sites. They should also do a better job of defining the day use area and separating it from the campground as we experienced a large volume of day use people hanging out right in front of our rig. There is also a problem with the numbering of the sites in the 50 amp section, which led to much disagreement among the campers in this area during our stay. Another criticism of the 50 amp area is that they set it up for hookups on the right ignoring the motorhomes who need it on the left. When a group of us were discussing this with the campground staff (while arguing about the site numbering), the staff replied that the motorhomes can back or come in around the other direction thus facing the road as opposed to the lake - this did not go over well with the people with motorhomes. Lastly, the staff were friendly, but not inclined to enforce the rules. They allowed a couple who brought 8 children with them to pitch a tent on the shared grassy area (two violations - supposed to be a max of 6 people per campsite and no tents are allowed on the shared grounds). When our neighbor asked the staff about it, they replied that they decided to ignore it. The large tent blocked our view of the lake for the two nights this family was there. The staff also ignored the frequent violations of the rule asking people to pick up after their dogs. We have two dogs and were the only people in the campground who picked up after our dogs during our stay. All in all, they have a great location and a mediocre campground, which could also be very good with a little more effort from the management. - dean&maria
Nov 2018 - $60.00
Was moved to new section after 30amp hookup had reverse polarity code on EMS System. New section has 50amp service. Nice views and proximity to lake but rates are high considerably no sewer hook ups or dump station. - Greg and Brenda
Apr 2018 - $65.00
Positives about Canyon Lake Marina: 1) Fabulous waterfront RV spots on Canyon Lake 2) Friendly and attentive staff Negatives about Canyon Lake Marina: 1) Kind of pricey at $65/day 2) No sewer hookups; pump-outs $20 a pop 3) Daytime traffic noise We loved this place and will return. There is nothing better than waterfront RVing; it far outweighs any negatives. - Aircats
Feb 2018 - $55.00
Restrooms and shower were mobile units. Basic parking lot camping with a few pull throughs. Ice cream cone was $5.95 for two scoops to. Help you judge values for dollars. Non campers must pay $20 for day use. - Kontikiwa
Jan 2019 - $30.00
This is probably my favorite campground in Arizona, in the foothills of the awesome Superstition Mountains. There are good, paved interior roads; spacious, mostly level, paved sites; with impressive mountain and desert views. Campground is clean and well-maintained. There are easy hiking trails within the Park, and trails up into the Superstitions for the more adventurous. Shopping, restaurants, etc. are only about 5 miles away, in Apache Junction. The campground was full the whole time we were there, with quite a few in overflow. I'd recommend a reservation well in advance, at least in the Winter. The only negative I saw is a shortage of restroom/shower facilities - only two buildings for 130-plus campsites. If you're not self-contained, this could be a problem. We would definitely stay here again. - FranM
Dec 2018 - $30.00
Absolutely breath taking! Had an absolutely amazing experience and wonderful staff! Very friendly! I just wish there was full hookup, but they do have a dump station! Has clean restrooms and showers. Sites are sunny and open, and the surface is asphalt with a fire ring and picnic table. Site 92 was a very nice with amazing views. Was able to walk out our door to a trail head! - Haley Tubman
Oct 2018 - $30.00
This is a very nice and very clean campground. we stayed in site 48 and had a huge site! it was very nicely outlined with rocks in a clover shape and raked clean. there is a nice picnic table an fire ring. the asphalt pad was level and had plenty of room for out trailer and truck, with room to spare. The pads are spaced far apart and the natural brush, trees and cacti provided privacy. the views of Superstition mountains and the incredible sunsets were spectacular. The water pressure was excellent, as was the power. (small gripe; both 50a and 30a receptacles were somewhat loose, no heat problems though) the dump station was clean with dual lanes, and had rinse water and potable water available. There are nice easy trails throughout , great for walking the dogs, who enjoyed all the new smells... Overall, this is a very nice park and we will return. - JP-JP
Feb 2017 - $40.00
This is our second season at Weaver's Needle RV Park and we really like it here. My husband and I are not fond of the 1000+ homes type of park so this is just right. It is smaller has very friendly people and is very clean. The activities are plentiful with something for everyone. The RV sites are adequately spaced- similar and even better than other parks. Our rate was $630 for one month which is a bit higher than other parks we've checked out but okay. You can't beat the location. It also is one of the few parks in Apache Junction area that will rent for one night or several months. The view from our site is of the beautiful Superstition Mountains a few miles away. All in all a nice park that suits our needs well. - lindy j
Jan 2016 - $20.00
Weaver's Needle has very friendly guests but the park itself has issues. There is a lot of chatter about dissatisfaction with the management. They are absolutely lying when they say they have Wi-Fi. Their Wi-Fi is absolutely useless and they know it. They pretend at first and even give you a code. When you tell them the code doesn't work, they say "maybe at 4 a.m." and then they suggest you go to the public library. After we paid, we were given a rule book that included the rule that you could not have your own washer or dryer. We have a Splendide in our RV and I would never have booked at a park that required me to use a Laundromat. They should list their rules on the internet so you know the rules ahead of time. The park also uses disgusting powerful deodorizers in their office and clubhouses. I know that many of the residents let the management know that they hated the deodorizers and that it gave them headaches, sore throats and made their eyes burn. The management ignored their concerns.
The park does have a pet section and a pet park but there is a strong hatred of pets by many of the non-pet people. You are not allowed to walk your dog anywhere but in the pet section. I heard many comments from people who accidentally walked on the wrong street and people came out and yelled at them.
I wish they controlled the motorcycles as much as they do pets. We had the misfortune of having numerous motorcycles around us and one guy would back up right next to our RV and run his engine. He woke me up early in the morning as well as late at night.
The pool at the park is very small and has no ambiance. It is sandwiched between two buildings with walls on both sides. It is functional but not nice.
The sites are tight and you are very close to your neighbor. If you have a smoker or a neighbor with an old diesel truck (like we did), you might have to close all your windows like we did. - SophieRVs
Mar 2018 - $36.00
This is a very nice 55+ rv park with lots of activities, pool, hot tub, game rooms etc. The park is very well maintained and the seasonal residents are very friendly. This is our 3rd time to stay at this park and we will return here in the future. - midnightpumpkin
Mar 2012 - $32.00
Based on weekly rate. Sites are OK but streets are narrow and they are hard to back into. Nice concrete pad for patio. Not sure what activities they have. - mgalex
Mar 2012 - $35.00
This is a 55+ community and very quiet. They have a nice pool, hot tub and workout room. There are lots of activities planned including water aerobics, zumba, board games and card games. They had an ice cream social and a special St. Patrick's Day dinner. We would come here again. The sites are good sized with patios but are rather tight to get into. Lots of park models. - rolling homeless
Apr 2012 - $30.00
This was a stopping place for us. Not as dog friendly as I would like. A lot of people stay there year around. The park was OK. Needs more of a dog walk. - calguy
Feb 2012 - $35.00
While pets are allowed, the dog walk is tiny, the park is not really pet friendly. Be prepared to carry your dog to the dog service area. Sites are tight with very little landscaping; especially to the south half where there are hardly any trees. No security at the gate. Most of the residents are in park models (not great for transient RV's), although most of the residents are friendly. - redhot60
Jan 2010 - $30.00
A 55+ park that seems to keep everybody happy. We had a very small site right next to the entry gate that was quite busy with traffic. Noise from street traffic was always there. There is NO cable TV and the internet was almost useless 50% of the time. Dial up would have been faster. The staff was friendly and helpful and there was a long list of activities. Laundry facilities were clean, in very good condition and reasonable. We would try someplace else next time because of the traffic and the internet. - pat & Brian