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34 RV Parks near West Sedona, Arizona
We did however find 34 campgrounds within 25 miles of West Sedona. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near West Sedona in the left hand column.
Sites: 340 | Recent Rate: $$$$ | 91 Reviews
Apr 2019 - $45.00
Campsites are a long way from the check-in and are older. There is a lot of new site construction going on requiring closing roads and detouring around work zone, there were times I was wondering how I was going to get out with a 40ft 5er. VERY limited cell signal! You had to purchase WiFi! - Open Range 3X
Jan 2019 - $45.00
We stayed overnight while traveling through Arizona. It was a good value for an overnight stay. But, we probably wouldn't stay here otherwise. Most of the campground is permanent residents. Most of the sites left are 30 amp only. It's difficult to get a 50 amp site. The sites are buddy sites where you share the pedestal with your neighbor. This means that you are very close to your neighbor on your utility side but then have a large shared grassy area on the door side. I prefer having more room on both sides. They have a lot of land but they chose to have tight sites in each loop. Clubhouse with table tennis, board games, basketball and a nice pool. - DDHeidi
Dec 2018 - $1.00
This is one of the best Thousand Trails preserves that we have visited. Not too far from town and extremely well-kept. The only negative was a lot of construction during the day, but progress is inevitable (they are enlarging the preserve and adding sites). All utilities were perfect and we stream AT &T WiFi with great access. Some feel that the inside roads were 'tight' and difficult to navigate, but it was no worse that hundreds of others that we have visited, and our 40' motorhome fit the space with room to spare and even a grassy area alongside. We definitely will return to stay here again. - ziaptrn
May 2016 - $41.00
A location within walking distance of Sedona's gallery row is this park's best attribute. Entry from the highway can be a challenge for larger rigs a it requires a tight turn down a steep hill onto a paved driveway. The park itself is gravel with little to distinguish between the access roads and sites other than utility poles. This is a very crowded park, with a few RV sites surrounded by a couple of dozen permanently-placed mobile homes. Water, sewer, and electrical hookups were conveniently placed. WiFi signal was strong, but thruput was only modest. We didn't use the bathrooms. The laundry facility was temporarily unavailable for maintenance reasons. A cheerful, helpful staff person met us as we entered, directed us into our site (we had a reservation), encouraged us to settle in before registering, took our payment, and offered many suggestions for our enjoyment of Sedona. We thought this was a reasonable price for such a good location. - DaveInOhio
May 2016 - $45.00
Old park with lots of run down trailers which I think are mostly rented. They only have a few transient sites. Was very tight getting in and out. The entrance road is very steep. Would be difficult for big rigs but doable. The full hookups worked well and the Wi-Fi was surprisingly good. The girls at check-in were very nice and pleasant. I must say the park is fairly neat given all the old trailers.
Very nice view of Oak Creek off of the patio just outside of the office. - mlbarry
Oct 2015 - $30.00
We made last minute reservation over phone, the owner was very nice. We stayed 5 days with a 32 foot 5th wheel. Management checked in with us several times to make sure we were comfortable. We arrived on a Friday night the weekend of the October feast, was a little noisy first night but all other nights were quite. This places has mostly permanent trailers that are rented nightly or monthly, many are people who live here permanently. Plenty of room between trailers but tight trying to get parked, doable but if you're not good at parking your trailer don't try here. If you are larger than 32 feet I wouldn't recommend it. Bring a smaller trailer it's worth it to stay here. Has the oak Creek creek 100 feet from trailers with a cement patio and tables overlooking it and stair access for going down to it. A little beach area and several areas to fish for trout. Permission was given to pan for gold if we wanted to. Gravel site was level, WiFi was great. Recommend highly. Thanks Oak Creek. - Cynthia Gowin
May 2019 - $60.00
Excellent location for visiting the Sedona area. Very quiet and well managed park. Sites are quite close together as is typical of commercial parks in the area. WiFi is very slow and speed drops close to zero in the evening. - CarlNH
Apr 2019 - $57.00
RULES RULES RULES! SIGNS SIGNS SIGNS. The location of this RV camp is fantastic as far as walking distance to town.
Upon arrival, the unwelcoming committee at the front desk could have definitely taken a class on hospitality. The property has an amazing creek with beautiful trees, but remember, “no screaming”. The beautiful fire pits around the property are in abundance, but remember, “no fires of any kind”. Enjoy looking up at the stars in the evening, but remember, “everyone must be in your rig by 10 pm”.
I suppose these rules are necessary with the amount of traffic that comes through the park, but it made for a very tense stay for us, especially traveling with children. If you adhere to rules, then this place is meant for you and perfect as far as cleanliness, order and location. I on the other hand would rather stay in a hotel/motel for the amount we paid. - Kolakovskys on the road
Jan 2019 - $55.00
VERY clean park.....meticulously maintained! Even the foliage around the perimeters and trees were weeded and trimmed. Our site was lovely, as it backed up to Oak Creek. The site was long and dry....all gravel. We liked being able to walk to UPtown Sedona!! It was a little hilly....but a nice walk. The campground was quiet, and the restrooms, albeit rustic and a little old, were very clean. Coyotes roamed freely in the evenings at dusk. - SewBzzzy
Apr 2019 - $50.00
About 15 minutes from Sedona, in a nice quiet area. Facilities were clean & nice & the staff was helpful and pleasant. Wifi & cell usage were limited -- we mostly had to drive closer to Sedona to get service. Roads etc were not paved; trailer sites seemed quite level. Hookups were fully functional. Picnic tables and fire pits seemed to be at each site -- wood was available for purchase at the office. Our site was not a pull- thru but it was pretty much easy to get into & out of. Overall -- a very nice experience - Lwilsn
Sep 2018 - $60.00
Lo Lo Mai Springs is a small oasis of water, trees and grass in an otherwise arid area SW of Sedona. The campground accommodates almost all sizes of RV, except perhaps the largest rigs, as well as trailers, tents and numerous cabins along the streams, pond and Oak Creek. RV pads are mostly dirt, although there are usually large concrete patios with picnic tables with grill surrounded by grass. Interior roadways are mostly dirt. The main access driveway from the roadway is paved with many speed bumps. It is narrow with many overhanging branches that rub the tops of large RVs as you come in. Once into the campground the roads are more navigable. All the tall trees provide lots of nice shade. Sites are spacious and the campground was quiet in late September. We didn't use the pool, although it looked nice. Overall this is a good choice for people looking to visit Sedona only 15 min away. Be prepared for entering off the main road with lots of narrow switchbacks. The driveway entrance is a little tight. Tall RVs should stay toward the center of the driveway to avoid many overhanging branches. - EVO_Bob
Aug 2018 - $65.00
Park has a mix of tent camping along river, small RV spaces and also larger RV spaces and cabins. My favorite thing was the wood fire ring in our RV spot giving a nice camping feel while still in a powered RV space for daytime A/C. The park will only guarantee 30 amp, but will try to accommodate 50 amp requests if possible (site 18 had 50amp and fit our 30' TT easily). Our site was gravel/dirt for RV with concrete patio pad, table, fire-ring, and grass area but sites varied. Only 1 immediate neighbor on the back side so that made it quiet and once the crowd left on Sunday we practically had the middle of the park to ourselves. May be a little less enjoyable at full capacity. The resort fees for visitors and extra campers are quite high, but we paid the extra $10/pp for my folks to visit us one afternoon - Their reaction was "the photos online don't do it justice as far as shade/camping feel." This is an older facility, but the restrooms and showers were clean and free. WiFi was good and fast near clubhouse/pool... and some RV sites nearby are in range. No AT&T cell but Verizon had 1 bar, and we prefer off-grid anyway. Staff was friendly enough, took us on the golf cart to a few spaces to choose one. The selection of wineries/tasting/restaurants nearby were a pleasant surprise. Now the minor drawbacks: Clubhouse is just a room of old smelly furniture, and DVD area was semi-outdoor and smelled of urine. We didn't see raccoons, but skunks were around in evening so keep your flashlight handy - ignored them or ran in the camper when one had a tail up. Entrance is SCARY with a rig: a right turn and steep downhill when coming from the South. Recommend easier approach from the North/89A direction. The initial park entry is tight but opens up at check-in spot. Roads are dirt and pitted some - drive slow and careful. There is no dedicated off-leash area for dogs. We will definitely stay here again, but may wait till it is a little cooler outdoors. - etcetera16
Mar 2019 - $13.00
This park is located on Oak Creek. Due to snow in northern AZ, flooding caused a lot of damage and about half of the park is currently closed. About 1/4 is used by monthlies. So not much room for us. This place not only needs flood repairs, it also needs a bathroom remodel. On the good side, there's a great birding area right across the road and a nice restaurant very near by. Lovely location with lots of big sycamore trees. Easy to get to Sedona also. No cell service and Wi-Fi is charged by the day. - ASthree
Jul 2017 - $10.00
This could be a great park it certain things were addressed. First off the spacing of sites. You are right on top of your neighbor and their sewer hookup is right by your door! Also not enough space to park your vehicle. Someone across the road was getting ready to pull out and they had to ask several units across from him if they could move their trucks! Had to park our truck across the front of our space, which put us right on the edge of the road!
The park is at the bottom of a rather steep driveway which is hard to turn onto from the highway. Also that highway causes a lot of noise! At the lowest level of the park is a creek which had recently flooded due to the rains. So there were several sites that were not in use when we were here. Due to being at the bottom of that little valley there was NO Verizon signal! So no data to our hot spot. It was a long week! We were able to get a signal to the Direct TV dish! We will never stay here again. - Rick & Karen
Jul 2017 - $14.00
We stayed here for a month. I think we had the best spot in the campground, but it wasn't by the creek. There are great areas and paths to walk your dog. Ours loved chasing the local lizards and frogs. The fish hatchery is across the street and you'll see Blue Herons flying daily to and from. The office manager was very friendly and helpful. There is a decent club house with a/c, games, puzzles and books. Cable tv, microwave and one exercise bike. In the month of July, blackberries grow wild up and down the entrance. I found the park to be Lush with lots of mature trees. Restaurant at the top of the hill/entrance is pricey but worth it. There is no cell service, internet or cable. You can purchase internet for $35 a month but it only goes to one device. Water pressure is very low but doable. You are in a oasis and it will take at least 10 minutes to get to nearby towns. Traffic noise on the bridge echoes into the campground. Rules are lax. If you love wineries, this is the campground for you. We will definitely go back. - Bortz
Apr 2019 - $37.00
Site might be called a pull through but you will need to disconnect. Sites are all gravel. Trees not trimmed for tall rigs. Places to hook and unhook very limited. Turns seemed tight due to tree branches. - Robert Balch
Jul 2018 - $38.00
The Park is a mad rat race. No peace day or night. Spaces are small and cramped. The staff are extremely rude. I do not know why anybody stays there. Its horrible. The receptionist was rude. We were assigned a spot that had no sewer connection at all and she told us it would cost another $10 if we were to use the shared dump. Never again will we go there. - BarryBallard
Sep 2017 - $45.00
Don't let the bucolic appearance fool you: An airport runway would offer more peace. Check-in agreement states rules about "loud music and noise" will be "strictly enforced." Really? Thumping bass and drums from the park-sponsored band well into the night, unmuffled ATVs racing up and down roads all night and screaming drunks add to the "resort feel." Oh, and if you are assigned a space with no sewer, prepare to pay $10 to dump (a discount over the usual $20.). Lady at the desk was nice, though. - Travelin Traceys
May 2019 - $11.00
Campground is right on a busy road so there is daytime traffic noise though it is not obtrusive. Shaded by Ponderosa pine trees. Roads are narrow and not in great shape. Not for big rigs! OK for my 20 foot travel trailer though. There is a small camp store and pay showers that I did not use. Vault toilets are kept very clean. Water spigots throughout the campground. - CarlNH
Apr 2018 - $30.00
Do not attempt to stay here if you are longer than 23ft. Narrow roads, sharp turns and small spaces. Once you enter you have to negotiate all this carefully in order to get back out. - christeb
Apr 2016 - $29.00
A beautifully located campsite at the side of a creek. Plenty of trees and shade. No hook-ups, only centrally located water taps. Nice and quiet. We reserved a spot by the creek, and it costs 9 USD on top of the 20 USD camping fee. Cold at night in April, and use of generator not allowed after 10pm. - Leo22
Apr 2019 - $11.00
Campground is right on busy road so there is traffic noise during the day. Not bad at night. Campground roads are very narrow with boulders along sides and several narrow spots with culverts. Made backing into site difficult. Marginal Verizon voice service, no data service. Good access to Oak Creek. - CarlNH
Oct 2016 - $10.00
No audio allowed in park, so it was wonderfully quiet. The campground is on hwy 89, which has a lot of traffic during the day. The camp host was very friendly and helpful, suggesting a perfect site for my rig. The campground was very clean. - KathC
Oct 2015 - $15.00
Just stayed for 3 days over fall break in a 26 Ft travel trailer. VERY few spots can handle a trailer. It is not because of the length of the spot, but because too narrow to make the turn off the road. First site we had booked did not work and was moved to a non reserved spot.
The campground is maintained by wonderful hosts who do a great job and have been there several years. Half the sites are closed because of boulders, but expected to reopen.
The location is beautiful but sadly the campground is split in half by highway 87a running thru with non stop traffic. Because of that, rated it only 3 stars and will not plan a return. If you want a spot that is right off the road for a quick over night, good spot and impressive rock scenery. - JLBL
Jun 2018 - $36.00
Good WiFi. There is a $3.00 charge if you want streaming or large downloads/upload, but the free service is good for e-mail and surfing. The roads are pretty rough and big rigs may have difficulty maneuvering around. Good Sam is honored. No store on site but very close to Walmart and shopping. Good location for day trips to Sedona, Jerome, Montezuma's castle and other attractions. Right on Highway 89. - Masterchiun
Feb 2018 - $36.00
The staff was very helpful, friendly and understanding. The park advertises free cable, but you had to get a box from the office, and it wouldn't work. The electric post was tilted, and I don't think it was working properly as 2 days into our stay we lost all power. We woke up with no heat and our fridge went out. At first we thought it was the new inverter we had installed with the four new batteries, but when we went back to our RV repairman he said everything was working properly; we had him keep the RV for a week to make sure the power system was working. We had to leave a day early because of the power issue, and the staff kindly refunded our last day. We also left late because our water line had frozen, and we had to run our diesel engine heater for 3 hours, which we had not anticipated on doing because we thought we were going to stay another day, and the manager was very understanding regarding this issue as well. This is an aging park with many long-term residents, and because it was early February, it wasn't green as in the pictures so I'm sure it's prettier in the spring/summer. We arrived at night and the space numbers were difficult to discern. - J rys
Apr 2017 - $40.00
Older park with many permanent resident. Limited restrooms and showers, but fairly clean. Our site was large and on the beautiful Rio Verde. Hookup arrangement was a bit of a problem. It was difficult to park so the hoses and cords could reach. The site was well worth the effort. We were in town to see relatives so we didn't spend much time at the park except at night. Some road noise that died down later in the night. Park was mostly full while we were there. Glad we called ahead. - JC69
Apr 2009 - $8.00
Pretty rustic, and not big rig friendly. Most sites are back in only. Nice area, but if you like the comforts of a modern RV Park, you might want to miss this one. If you like small rustic parks you may like it. Beaver Creek provides pleasant hiking and recreation. - oldgoat82
Nov 2006 - $12.00
Awesome location. The small trout stream and swimming hole are picture perfect. You can hear them from all the campsites. Very rustic place with hiking and fishing. No reservations, first-come. Fills up on weekends. - tabber386