This trailer park in Eloy, Arizo has permanent residents as well as long- and short-term RV guests. You must be 55 or older to stay in this gated community. With its well-trimmed landscaping and outdoor gazebo, Silverado RV Resort is a lovely sight against its mountainous backdrop.
The on-site mager at Silverado RV Resort likes to see guests joining in during activity time. In the 7500-square-foot recreation center, everything from dances to bingo games are held. If you don’t want to drive to a nearby golf course, you can simply practice on the park’s putting green.
“…this park is very close to I-10…Access is convenient although proximity comes with some road noise. The park is surrounded by a concrete wall with a locked gate and keypad access. Security was comforting. vigation on entry and throughout the park is easy for big rigs. – Darrell, RV Park Review
Pil County’s Picacho Peak is the focal point of a state park where you can camp in either a tent or RV. The campsites are spacious with big fire rings, grills, and picnic tables that sometimes come with shelters over them. For an additiol fee, you can park up to four vehicles (only one motorhome) in your space.
Since the hiking trails at Picacho Peak State Park vary in difficulty, you can find one that’s appropriate for your children. You can even take your dog on the trails with you. After the hike, your family can enjoy the park’s playground or perhaps the visitor center.
“Generous, clean RV spots…Some pull-through and some back-in. Clean showers and restrooms…Great hiking from easy to difficult. Beautiful sunsets.” – Sheryl Lynn, Trip Advisor Review
Few RV campgrounds in Eloy, Arizo can beat this KOA in terms of pet amenities. It has one small doggie playground with agility equipment plus a huge fenced field for dog walking. If you’re in the area between September 1st and April 30th, you can stay in an extra-long campsite at Picacho/Tucson NW KOA Campground.
Since Picacho/Tucson NW KOA Campground is located in a sparsely populated region, few restaurants are in the immediate area. However, campers at this KOA can have a nice dining experience without leaving the park. Frankie’s Chuckwagon serves steaks that draw in the locals as well as the campground guests.
“We have been coming to this KOA for several years and have never been disappointed. The people are super friendly and we have met many new friends here. The owners and people who work here go out of [their] way to make you feel at home and try to accommodate all your needs as best they can…” – Jean, Trip Advisor Review
Home to a number of top-quality RV parks, Casa Grande, Arizona is a short drive from Eloy along Interstate 10. An adult park that is situated a considerable distance from the highway to control the noise level is High Chaparral RV Park. For an extra-low rate, you can sign a six- or 12-month lease and pay half the price every other month.
If you’re a golfer, then High Chaparral RV Park is in the perfect location for you. Two courses, San Miguel Golf Club & Caffe Americano and Arizona City Golf Course & Restaurant, are less than two miles away. For guests who prefer to stay at the RV park during the day, the facility has a library, swimming pool, hot tub, and tons of organized activities.
“Very friendly hosts. Immaculate grounds. Good location away from Interstate. But only a few miles away from shopping and restaurants and grocery stores. Will stay there again in the future when again in that area.” – Richard, Passport America Review
Whether or not an event is being held at the Pinal County Fairgrounds, you can hook up your RV and stay awhile. The basic amenities are provided for a comfortable visit while you explore the area. The Tanger Factory Outlet Mall is nearby, and restaurants and museums are easy to access from the grounds.
If a festival is going on during your visit, you can enjoy the convenience of staying in the overnight RV parking lot. Sometimes, admission to the event is included in the camping fee. The fairgrounds are often the site of RV rallies, including the Arizona State Good Sams Samboree and the F.C.R.V. National Rally.
“Very large area of RV sites. Water and 15 amp to most of them. a Few sites with 30/50 amp and water and if they are vacant you can get it for $20…” – Rich, Campendium
If you’re 55 or older, then you can take advantage of the amenities at this “Oasis in the Desert.” The streets are paved, and each site has a concrete pad. You’ll be forever entertained at Las Colinas RV Resort in the clubhouse, game room, library, and fitness room.
This Eloy RV park’s monthly rates depend on the time of year, and you can often get a special price between May and October. Regardless of the month, the landscaping at Las Colinas RV Resort is full and mature. It’s an attractive and friendly park with a staff that lives up to their motto: “Arrive as a Stranger…Leave as a Friend.”
“…There are a pool and spa that make for a relaxing afternoon. Far enough off the freeway so there was only a little highway and some train noise. Good stopover between Tucson and Phoenix.” – Michael, RV Park Review
If you travel by RV a lot, then you may benefit from a membership with the Escapees RV Club. This private group runs a co-op campground in Casa Grande called RoVer’s Roost. Although this park caters to the 55+ crowd, it welcomes members of all ages.
Why You’ll Love RoVer’s Roost Private Co-Op Park This campground near Eloy, Arizona, has desert land on three sides of it and a farm on the remaining side. In order to stay at RoVer’s Roost, your RV must be self-contained and can’t exceed 40 feet in length. Be sure to attend a “Meet and Greet” session and get to know your fellow campers.
“…This is a 55+ park that allows younger Escapee members to stay, but they seem to do so reluctantly. No one was rude to us and we were able to maintain our privacy. Overall, we recommend this park to all Xscapers seeking a sweet deal and looking to refresh & recharge…” – Kyle, Drivinvibin.com Blog
Eloy, Arizona campgrounds are supplemented by the regional state parks that allow RVs and tents. To the north in Apache Junction, you can rest in the foothills of the Superstition Mountains and experience the untouched Sonoran Desert. Lost Dutchman State Park, which is named for a gold mine that was supposedly developed and abandoned, offers large sites with water and electricity.
Your campsite at Lost Dutchman State Park will have a metal picnic table, a fire pit, and a charcoal grill. Most visitors prefer the Siphon Draw Trail to the other small trails in the park. It takes you through the Discovery Trail and then into the Superstition Wilderness.
“…There [are] a few areas where you can see all the way down the valley towards Tempe but mostly there is the sense that you are in the shadow of the Superstitions. We had a dedicated spot with power on our first night. A campground host (with firewood) was a few spaces away. Tried both shower facilities within walking distance…both were very good although the one off the overflow/group area has a much-appreciated wash station for dishes…” – Wade, Trip Advisor Review
Have you ever considered parking your RV at a trap and skeet club? This one has a lovely view of Casa Grande Mountain and offers the opportunity to compete in shooting sports. You’re not required to have a membership to use this facility, but you must keep their approval permit in your window.
Among all the Eloy campgrounds, Casa Grande Trap & Skeet is unique but very accommodating. You can enjoy on-site amenities such as a clubhouse and concession stand during peak season. The owners of the club, the Volz family, recognize the importance of clean, handicap-accessible campsites.
“Love the enthusiasm of this place! Don, Tiger and crew know what they are doing. They AIM to keep you happy!” – Pat, Facebook Review
If you’re looking for a chance to “rough it” in the woods, then stay at Coon Bluff Campground in the Tonto National Forest. It’s by the lower end of the Salt River where tubers enter the water and float. Camping is seasonal (October 1st through May 1st) and permitted only on weekends.
Why You’ll Love Coon Bluff Campground A few concrete pads and some fire rings and tables make up the camping area. Nature lovers prefer this campground to others in the area because of its beauty and bird-watching opportunities. Before you enter this pristine campground near Eloy, Arizona, buy your camping pass from one of the convenient, automated fee machine
“Beautiful river camping spot right next to Mesa! Bluffs, swimming, camping, hiking! It’s pretty great!” – Rod, Facebook Review
Some RVers have self-contained units and occasionally need a place to park without amenities. On West Outer Drive in Eloy, the Super 8 hotel offers free RV parking. This option can be useful during peak season when you find that all the parks are full.
Whether you want to be in the wilderness or close to town, you can have a good time in south-central Arizona. Don’t worry about getting an RV because you can rent one for a reasonable price near Eloy. If you’re ready to make the RV life yours on a regular basis, then pay a visit to one of the great RV dealers in the area.
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Pricing will vary. The top 10 RV Parks we selected all display daily, weekly and monthly rates for you.
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Yes. The majority of campgrounds we selected in this blog allow pets.