This is a beautiful park in the heart of Sedona. The premium sites all have instant phone but the best site in our opinion is site #84. We were in site #57 (back-in) which was quite large and plenty of room for our car. Most of the sites have grass and plenty of shade. The WiFi worked great. The only down side is there appears to be a few permanent residents here mixed among the open sites. Most appear well kept except for one or two. Overall a great park. Definitely will come back.
This is a fairly new campground. All the sites are large with paved pads with grass at each site. The restrooms were tiled and clean. It appears that this may be a park with some permanent sites as the rules for pets indicate you must have prior approval to have a house pet. They do not have the pool finished and the store was not stocked yet. The staff was very friendly and helpful. We only camped here overnight. It was also fairly easy access from I-99
The park is beautiful and well maintained. When we called and made reservation we specifically requested a site with grass because we have two small dogs. When we arrived, they had us in a site with hardly any grass. After insisting, we finally got a site with more grass. Their dog park is all gravel and outside the park. The dog runs are dirt/gravel. Once again, they advertised WiFi but we were not able to get on for any length of time and it is an additional fee. We used the laundry facilities which were clean. They also had a shuttle service to the strip area which was convenient.
This park is beautifully maintained but it appears as though the majority of the sites are for permanent guests as they have bushes and landscaping at their sites. Out site #129 is paved and no landscaping. However, there are large grassy areas near our site for pets as long as you clean up after them. The pet walk area again is nothing but a dirt path. The WiFi is excellent.
Most KOA's are parking lots but this one was actually pretty nice. The sites are paved but no grass. There are all kind of activities for kids including a petting zoo. They also offer tours to the city directly from the campground. The WiFi was another issue. It hardly ever worked at the site. It has been a real problem with campgrounds that advertise WiFi but you have to almost sit in the office to pick up the signal. I wish they were more honest about the WiFi. We stayed here because of its location to San Francisco. We did find a great dogie daycare/boarding called Fit N' Furry that was also open on Sunday so we were able to drop the dogs off, go into the city for a whole day and then also do a wine tour on Sunday without worrying about the dogs. Even though most campgrounds say "pet friendly" most of the rules include not leaving them in the motorhome alone so dog day care has been necessary for us when we are going to be gone for the whole day.
These sites were large, grass pullthru with plenty of room between. The area next to the campground which you faced front the front of your RV was questionable but really shouldn't affect your stay. The WiFi did not work unless you were parked in a gravel site directly across from the office. The dog run was at the end of the campground and sat slightly uphill. It was large and well maintained and grassy. We found a wonderful dog daycare in the area called Rompin Room. We ended up staying two extra days because it was an easy trip to see a lot of the different areas in the Olympic National Park and the dogie daycare made it easy to explore the park without worrying about our dogs.
We really liked this campground. Each site was a paved site with privacy hedges between sites. The cable and WiFi worked great. Plenty of areas for dogs. My only negative comment is we arrived for check in at 12:00 noon, check in is at 1:00. They would not let us check in because their check out time was noon. So they sent us up the street to a small shopping village to park until 1:00. Problem was the shopping village was too small for a 40' motorhome towing a car. We went back to the park at 12:30 and they still would not let us in even though there were sites available. Apparently, it had something to do with not wanting to re-do paperwork. We did end up going to the shopping village and could not get around because the parking lot they thought would accommodate us was closed. so we had quite a time trying to get back out of the shopping area. Got back at 12:50 and they made us wait until 1:00 to check in.
We pulled here in on Friday of the labor day weekend. It appeared to be clean and the owners were friendly. However, when they escorted us to our site, we were on a dirt room (very dusty). They were, however, spraying to keep the dust down. However, when we got to our site it was like parking in a dirt parking lot. Not a sign of grass near our site. There appeared to be many permanent sites. We really did not like the looks or feel of this campground and left immediately.
This was a small but well maintained campground. We had no trouble maneuvering with a 40' motorhome towing a car. Did not need to disconnect. Owner was at out site checking to make sure we had room to put out slides and awnings and even offered to cut tree branches if we felt we needed more room. About an hour after we checked in, a thank you basket (cookies, tea, and popcorn) was delivered to us. That was definitely a first. Our site had a grassy area for our dogs and they also had a small but grassy pet area, not dirt and no extra charge for dogs.
This is a great campground. Sites are large with gravel and concrete pad. All of the sites also have a grass strip. We travel with small dogs. Dog walk was a dirt path. Great WiFi and cable. We were only here for one night.