Hickiwan Trails RV Park

(2) Reviews


N. Highway 86, Why, AZ, 85321

The Hickiwan Trails RV Park is located in the quiet town of Why and is a great spot for a quiet Arizona getaway. Campers can look forward to the beautiful Organ Pipe National Monument as well as excellent scenic viewing along the Sonoran desert. Travelers can expect beautiful sunsets and stargazing, as well as curious wildlife like wild horse, burro, rabbits and mule deer. There's a small casino within walking distance of the park, so fir games, live entertainment, fine dining and fun, campers don't have to travel too far. 

Amenities include: full hookups, a clubhouse, 30/50 amp sites, WIFI, showers, restrooms, laundry facilities, pull thrus and big rig access. See you soon!



50 Amps

30 Amps







N. Highway 86, Why, AZ, 85321
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Overall Rating: 3.0


Diamond Back

1.0
I'm sorry to inform you that this park has deteriorated so badly, it is no longer tolerable. I had stayed there 7 winters and had seen excellent to bad managers. The present manager operates his computer business all day and totally neglects the park. I've seen an inch of dried urine in the urinal. The laundry room currently has one operable washing machine and no functioning dryers. Everything is filthy. The dumpsters overflow every week, and the coyotes and ravens spread garbage all over the desert. Nothing is ever picked up. The office mobile home was condemned years ago. The park roads have been reduced to blowing dust, full of ruts and potholes. The sewer system has never been serviced in the park's 20 odd years of existence and the park literally stinks. Weeds are allowed to flourish. The park is currently half full of border wall workers that leave in their noisy trucks at 5:00 AM. The lower third of the park floods during heavy rains. There are frequent power outages, and when that occurs an extremely noisy generator at the casino automatically turns on. The generator does not provide electricity to the RV park. The casino and RV park are managed separately. Tenants are allowed to operate obnoxiously loud sound systems with pounding bass. The only thing that has happened lately is the rent was raised from $275 to $400. Mangers such as Tonya and Chris or Marsha (rest in peace) and Dave are desperately needed again.

Scarlett O'hare

5.0
This park felt like a hidden gem! We got so much from our visit here for such a great price! The rate goes off a weekly rate but that was perfectly fine as everything was perfect here. Everything is nicely maintained and immaculate, also very quiet - which is exactly what we needed. There weren’t a lot of amenities or activities but that wasn’t what we were looking for in a place like this. We wanted the simple times and camping in a tent under the stars. The location is great as it’s not far to the local gas station or other places to eat or shop. Overall it was really pleasant and I can’t wait to get back! - Review provided by RV Park Recommendations & Reviews Facebook Group