Colorado River Oasis RV Park

(1) Review

1641 Highway 95, Bullhead City, AZ, 86442

The Colorado River Oasis RV Park is located in the quaint town of Bullhead City, Arizona, and is a popular spot for nature enthusiasts and snowbirds. There's tons to do in the city itself, including the Colorado River Museum, Colorado River Historical Society and Bullhead City Community Park. The stretch of the Colorado River that runs through the town is an obvious escape for the nature enthusiast. If that's you, look forward to fishing for crappie, striped bass, rainbow trout and catfish. Visitors can also take advantage of whitewater rafting, kayaking, canoeing and even scuba diving along Ringbolt Rapids. Campers can also look forward to the old mining town of Oatville or visit the a day trip to Death Valley National Park. Since Bullhead City enjoys a desert climate, visitors can bask in warm temperatures and cool nights, with clear skies for stargazing.

Amenities at the campground include: big rig access, showers, restrooms, beach access, boat ramp, water, sewerage, WIFI, walking trails, recreation room and gym, facilities. Hope to see you soon at the Colorado River Oasis RV Park!

Last Updated: 10/25/2019

RV Site

Options Starting Daily Starting Weekly Starting Monthly
Full hookups site #1 – 26 $35.00 $195.00

50 Amps

100 Amps

1641 Highway 95, Bullhead City, AZ, 86442
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Overall Rating: 1.0

Becca Jenkins

First off, don't believe the "free WiFi" advertised and that management will tell you is available before you actually check in. We were told AFTER we checked in that the WiFi was "useless." And that did indeed turn out to be true. Would be nice if they didn't advertise it all over their site and tell people they offer it. Second, this is the noisiest RV park we've ever stayed in. The noise goes 24 hours a day. And next door to the park is a RV and boat place that pressure washed until 11pm. They also had a giant LED sign that flashed rainbow colors 24/7 for our whole stay. When we asked the management what our options were regarding the situation, we were told there we none and the manager repeatedly said, "That's not my problem." When we asked about leaving early (after just 1 week) and canceling months 2 and 3 of our reservation, we were threatened with losing our $200 deposit. We were trying to give 3 weeks notice and not even asking for any refund on the $425 we paid for the first month. AFTER we told the management we were checking out and AFTER we left a very honest Google review, they then decided to refund our $200. So we paid $425 for one week and they're now able to book that spot out for the remaining weeks and get more money. We were told by the management that it wouldn't put them out "in the least" if we left early. Apparently the management did go next door to talk to the owners of the LED sign, but we weren't told about that until we said we were checking out. But somehow we were supposed to know they did that on our behalf. This park asks for LONG commitments, so beware that you don't run into the same troubles we did. Make sure you know what you're getting into 'cause the bad spots in this park are BAD.