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4 RV Parks near Wikieup, Arizona
Apr 2018 - $7.00
Very good for a dry camp BLM campground. 1.24mi on a paved road from the highway then gravel to and including your spacious site. Modern picnic table with small ramada overhead at each site. Some sites also have fire rings. One concrete ADA site. One main common fresh water spigot and two others scattered throughout including one at the camp host site (vacant when we were there). Double sided dump station with flush water available. Bear proof trash cans throughout. Lots of trails down to the creek and near to under the magnificent bridge. Will definitely return whenever I can dry camp. - pyrthkr
Mar 2016 - $7.00
Beautiful scenery, view of the bridge going over the creek. The campground is located down near the creek. There is a trail that goes to it but we didn't take it. No hookups but there is water fill and a dump station. Clean bathrooms throughout. Dirt site with covered picnic table. Quiet, clean. We will definitely come back.
We stayed here in a 33ft rig one night in a back-in site, #6. - Ontheroamagain
Apr 2015 - $7.00
Upscale BLM campgound, meaning it has water and a dump station. A few sites are pull through, most are back-in. Getting level was a problem, it took some effort but we finally did get level.
No cell data, no phone service on either ATT or Verizon. Had to drive several miles north to get good signal. Great hiking in the area and many dirt roads to explore. Many are maintained, but others will need high clearance, maybe 4WD. - bobcovey
Jul 2017 - $25.00
Excellent park and great customer service I have really enjoyed my stay here and I will definitely be back to the park. - Gayle Hall
Apr 2017 - $14.00
Stayed in site #7, overlooking the creek with a great view of the bridge. Highway noise was present, but not at all loud or annoying. Sites are clean, well-kept and well separated. No hook-ups, but a dump station on site. This is lower desert so it starts to get warm about this time of year, it was in the 90's in the afternoons, but a nice cool breeze blew through the campground. The creek is within easy walking distance, and is very pretty. I would advise to be on the lookout for rattlesnakes, as my wife nearly stepped on one on a nearby trail. - Seagrace
Dec 2014 - $14.00
Beautiful area, very quiet and peaceful. This campground is a standard BLM campsite....nothing to write home about, everything is well used and well worn, but adequate for a day or two of exploring the area. Campsites and the road around the park are not level and are narrow for larger rigs. We did just fine with some finagling. There are a couple of pull-through sites, too. Read the website description for the location. Milepost 40.5 on Highway 93. - simonsrf
Sites: 42 | Recent Rate: $$$$ | 14 Reviews
Jul 2016 - $10.00
We paid the weekly rate of $75.00 This is a gravel lot with RV spots. They have both pull-thru and back ins. The restaurant on site that has good food. You pay extra for power @ $0.14 per kw. We stayed 6 /7 days to escape the Arizona heat. No TV channels and wi-fi was poor. The restrooms need a good clean and the laundry, although cheap, is outdoors. It states it has a pool but the only pool we could see was in someones yard space? Store is VERY basic. The nearest shopping would be Kingman which is approx 1hr away. - Liane63
Apr 2016 - $10.00
Passport America rate.....stopped for one night on way back to Henderson.
EZ to find...mile marker 123 on West side of Hwy 93. Agree with other postings on amenities/atmosphere...etc.... note interior pull throughs (6 or so of them) are sloped left/right which might need some leveling and some are 30 amp others 50 amp...check if you need 50. Used water and sewer...all fine. Great value. Quiet. Would stop again. - Brujomar
Apr 2016 - $10.00
Rate is for PA. Very rustic, all dirt/gravel. A few level pull thru overnight sites and back-ins available, several permanents. Fine for an overnighter. 2 small one-room restrooms with toilet/sink/shower which could use a good cleaning. Good restaurant on property. Didn't use water or sewer, only used 50A electric but it was spot-on at 120, no cable but we got a good selection of over-the-air stations, contrary to a previous post. Can't beat the price for a convenient overnight stop. - lets move
Feb 2019 - $25.00
A buddy and I stayed at Hidden Oasis because we were hunting in the area. It made a great place for a base camp and for a reasonable price. Our particular spot was off to the south side of the park and was pretty spartan but had full hook ups and was a bargain at 25.00 per night. Owners run a small cafe there and makes excellent pies too. They were very nice and very helpful. - Havasu Hunter
Jan 2019 - $25.00
Good place for an over night stop. We had a level pull through that was long enough for our coach and toad. Only hooked up electric and it was solid. Several sites have that lived in look that is so common now. Had dinner from the on site cafe. Taco Tuesday was nothing to write home about but was OK for the price and beats cooking after a long travel day. Friendly, helpful, folks running the place. The biggest draw back is the road noise. Trucks on US93 sing long and loud. - Pjoe
Oct 2018 - $25.00
I'm new to the RV thing but I know good people when I see them. This park has top notch hosts. They are always willing to help and keep the Park in great shape. If you want some of the best cooking you will ever have go in the Diner at the Park. They really know how to treat people! My first day was like I have been there for years. You would have a hard time to find a better place. - Warkong1963