Springhaven RV Resort (55+ park)



4220 E. Main Street, Mesa, AZ, 85205


The Springhaven RV Resort is an adult community campground located in the beautiful town of Mesa, Arizona, and is perfect for a southwestern adventure. Visitors can enjoy onsite activities such as pickleball, horseshoe toss, shuffleboard, swimming, and hiking. The campground is close to Tempe outdoor attractions like: the Big Surf wave pool, Papago Park, Tempe Town Lake, Kiwanis Lake. Campers can also look forward to plenty of local attractions such as the Arizona Museum of Natural History, Mesa Arizona Temple, the Riverview, Skyline and Jefferson Parks and Mesa Grande. The cities of Scottsdale and Phoenix are nearby and among these three towns, travelers can expect excellent local restaurants, art galleries, theaters and entertainment centers. At the end of a long day of exploring, campers can look forward to cool night time temperatures and great sunsets and stargazing. There's something for every type of camper! Campsite amenities offered include a heated pool, a game room, a clubhouse, a gym, picnic tables, fire circles, grills, restrooms, 72 gravel padded and full hookup campsites that are big rig friendly. The park allows pets and has WiFi. Hope to see you soon!



RV Sites

RV sites feature easy access to onsite amenities like a heated pool, a game room, a clubhouse, a gym, picnic tables, fire circles, grills, restrooms, 72 gravel padded and full hookup campsites that are big rig friendly. The park allows pets and has WiFi. Sites are also just a short drive from local attractions like the Arizona Museum of Natural History, Mesa Arizona Temple, the Riverview, Skyline and Jefferson Parks and Mesa Grande. The cities of Scottsdale and Phoenix are nearby and among these three towns, travelers can expect excellent local restaurants, art galleries, theaters and entertainment centers. At the end of a long day of exploring, campers can look forward to cool night time temperatures and great sunsets and stargazing.

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RV Sites $41.50

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4220 E. Main Street, Mesa, AZ, 85205

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Overall Rating: 1.0


Tracy Barnes

1.0
Terrible park!! Advertising is false.

Local native Concerned citizen

1.0
The picture representing is totally misleading. This picture was taken somewhere else but this IS NOT A PICTURE OF SPRING HAVEN FALSE ADVERTISEMENT LIKE EVERYTHING ELSE OF THIS COMPANY(avoid treehouse properties / they have other camp grounds with different names in the valley) I’m a native Arizonan. This image is false advertisement. They use the allure of curbside appeal to sale their services . their are much better places in the area.

William Servisis

1.0
I agree with the previous review ,also the park has gone downhill in quality since the end of October when the best maintenance person that ever worked there was let go. The gentleman named Kyle started in Jan. 19' after the absence of ownership,and management for nearly 6 months had the park in disarray,overgrown with weeds,the pool,electrical meters,lights,and dog run in inoperative conditions with a lack of any concern or presence from either the old,or new owners corporation offices. By mid October of 2019 the park was weed free,clean and had previous mentioned amenities in working order. 3 short months later it is becoming overrun with weeds along with numerous issues throughout the park. The management,and maintenance are truly lacking of any professionalism,or show any real competence at their positions.

Stephany Caroll

1.0
My In laws are winter visitors, they have been in that park for many years, I see they got rid of that slob of a maintenance man from last year, place looks good, I do have a concern about some of the new people there, Stephany in the office, she can be a bit tough, that's ok, but their new maintenance man is a bit off, I wonder if he's licensed to be working inside these units, and its concerning for him to be in a unit with only the wife home, I don't think that should be allowed if he's not representing a established licensed company, and excepting these poor people money, not to mention not finishing the job. I am also appalled that I could not take my dog to the new dog run, he was annoyed that I was there with a few other residence having a conversation telling us the dog run wasn't ready. Where do they get their employees from.