Crossroads RV Park

3299 Boundary Cone Road, Mohave Valley, AZ, 86440

The Crossroads RV Park is located in Mohave Valley, Arizona and is a great spot for your next southwestern adventure. You can also enjoy activities such as Historic Sightseeing since it's close to nearby cities like Laughlin, Scottsdale and Phoenix. Among these cities, campers can look forward to excellent restaurants, art galleries, museums, theaters and cultural attractions. There's also onsite or nearby shuffleboard, biking, golf, and plenty of space around the campground for hiking, stargazing and mountain biking.

Last Updated: 10/13/2021

RV Sites

Options Starting Daily Starting Weekly Starting Monthly
Full Hook-up $35.00 $135.00

Laundry Facilities


Community Showers

Community Water Fountain

Big Rig Friendly

Water Hookups

Gasoline Nearby

Community BBQ/Grill

Propane Refilling Station

Community Restrooms

ADA Accessible

Dump Station


Cable Hookups

Sewer Hookups

Paved Roads

Pet Friendly

Slide Outs

Trash Service


50 Amps

Picnic Table

20 Amps

30 Amps



Historic Sightseeing






Jet Skiing



Rock Climbing

Scenic Drives

Wildlife Viewing

3299 Boundary Cone Road, Mohave Valley, AZ, 86440
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Hangar 25 Air Museum: Housed in a former WWII hangar, this museum in Big Spring first opened its doors in 1999. Not only is it filled with classic aircraft, but it also hosts workshops and events for adults and kids.

Heritage Museum of Big Spring: Incorporated in 1970 as a non-profit organization, this museum aims to highlight the history of the city and West Texas. It’s situated near the Potton House, which is one of the nice places to visit in Big Spring for history buffs.

Big Spring State Park: Established in 1936, this state-owned park features 381.99 acres of recreation. You can bike, jog or walk your way to the summit of a bluff where you’ll be treated to a mesmerizing vista. Likewise, you may drop by the interpretive center, and see its collection of Indian artifacts and fossils

Big Spring Family Aquatic Center and Water Park: Since 2010, this aquatic center in Comanche Trail Park has been appeasing visitors with its pool and splashy attractions. With its 9,3760-square-foot pool, lazy river and play structure, you are sure to have a blast in this water park.

Historic Spring Site: Nestled in Comanche Trail Park, this historic spring is actually where the city got its name. Read the 8 storyboards, and uncover the history of the city. Afterward, check out the other superb features of the site, including the observation decks, 3 waterfalls and a walking trail.

Big Spring Symphony: Since its founding in 1981, this symphony orchestra has been the city’s cultural cornerstone. With its special performances and skilled musicians, this symphony guarantees a fun night out in Big Spring.

Comanche Trail Golf Course: You’ll find this 6,576-yard, 72-par golf course in Comanche Trail Park. With its rolling hills and elevation changes, this course offers a variety of challenges for golfers of all levels.

Big Spring Bowl-A-Rama: Established originally in 1960, this 24-lane center is one of the unique things to see in Big Spring for families. Experience a fun-filled evening playing bowling and arcade games at this entertainment center. And, while there, don’t forget to sample their notable pizza.

The Train Car: Set right in the heart of Downtown Big Spring, this lounge has been delighting patrons since 2016. Known for its fine cigars, this bar also offers exceptional beers and spirits. Additionally, the bar has board games and cozy leather chairs where visitors can relax.



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