Distant Drums RV Resort



583 W. Middle Verde Road, Camp Verde, AZ, 86322


The Distant Drums RV Resort is located in Camp Verde, Arizona and is popular because of its proximity to a number of excellent local attractions. Visitors can look forward to the nearby towns of Flagstaff and Sedona, the Sedona Red Rocks, Tuzigoot National Monument, Verde Canyon Railroad and Montezuma National Monument. There's also a number of state parks nearby such as: the Dead Horse Ranch State Park and the Coconito National Forest, so outdoor enthusiasts can look forward to excellent ponderosa and and alpine tundra surrounding breathtaking lakes and ponds. Whether you're a fisher, hiker, mountain biker or site seer, you'll find something you like at this beautiful resort! Amenities include: full hookup sites, 30/50 amp sites, fitness room, heated pool and spa, paved rooms, restrooms and bathrooms. Hope to see you at the Distant Drums RV Resort for your next Arizona adventure!



RV site

RV sites feature full hookup sites, 30/50 amp sites, fitness room, heated pool and spa, paved rooms, restrooms and bathrooms. Sites are also just a short drive from local attractions like the Sedona Red Rocks, Tuzigoot National Monument, Verde Canyon Railroad and Montezuma National Monument. There's also a number of state parks nearby such as: the Dead Horse Ranch State Park and the Coconito National Forest, so outdoor enthusiasts can look forward to excellent ponderosa and and alpine tundra surrounding breathtaking lakes and ponds.

Options Starting Daily Starting Weekly Starting Monthly
Premium Motorhome Sites $39.00 $220.00
Premium Motorhome Sites (Peak Seasons) $41.00 $230.00
Pull Thru $42.00 $240.00
Pull Thru (Peak Seasons) $44.00 $250.00
Standard Back-In $36.00 $205.00
Standard Back-In (Peak Seasons) $38.00 $215.00

100 Amps

50 Amps








Overall Rating: 4.0


Michael Driscoll

4.0
Great park with friendly and helpful staff. Only complaint is the internet service is nonexistent away from the office

Spring T Adams

4.0
Easy to get to - just off I-17. Just across the road from Cliff Castle Casino. Very convenient to Sedona, Jerome, and Montezuma's Castle. The park is clean, including showers, and laundry room. Sites are large enough for big rigs. Utilities work well. Internet access is marginal. - Review provided by RV Park Recommendations & Reviews Facebook Group

Jan Waggoner

4.0
Camp Verde, AZ - Distant Drums RV Resort; 583 West Middle Verde Road, Camp Verde, AZ 86322; 877-577-5507; 928-554-8000. There are 158 sites - most are FHUs but a few have no sewer. Pricing varies according to length of stay and type of site. The park accepts AAA, Good Sam, and during the off season, PA is accepted (but not now). Sites are gravel and then almost all have a paved patio and parking for truck or toad. That’s a nice feature – but sites are back in and most are back to back. In my opinion, they are fairly tight, unless you have a site around the edge of the park where the rigs don’t back up to another site. The back ins are at an angle to each other, and many I saw have slide outs that almost touch the next rig’s slide outs. We were glad we had a site at the edge of the park even though it was closest to the road noise and we had to use three inches of boards under the right side of the 5th wheel to become level (we do not have auto leveling). There is a small pool, a hot tub, clean restrooms, a clean laundry, and a clubhouse. They offer cable and supposedly, free WiFi, but of course, it doesn’t work, and was not really strong even up at the clubhouse. With our RV personal lifestyle, we need decent WiFi. One evening when I went up to the clubhouse to use the WiFi there, they were closing for a private party – but no sign had been posted that morning when I went up to talk to the staff about where I could get decent WiFi. That was disappointing to me. Our Verizon MiFi does not work well in this area (that’s not the park’s fault of course). Our ATT phone did work as a hot spot. We chose this park because of positive reviews, but I personally am putting it on my “not again” list for several reasons. It advertises that it is a premier resort but the tight area (I have seen several rigs having difficulty turning corners and having to ask trucks to move out of their own parking space so they can get out) and the lack of WiFi take it off my personal list. It they charged less, I would have been OK, but when paying a premium price, I want premium services. I am sure it is fine for many RVers, but it just didn’t work for us. - Review provided by RV Park Recommendations & Reviews Facebook Group

583 W. Middle Verde Road, Camp Verde, AZ, 86322