Rancho Sedona RV Park

(4) Reviews

135 Bear Wallow Lane, Sedona, AZ, 86336

The peaceful, tranquil setting at Rancho Sedona is unrivaled. Rancho Sedona is fully shaded by grand Sycamore and Cottonwood trees and is in the heart of town, next to beautiful Oak Creek. The park is within walking distance to galleries, shops and restaurants. Enjoy mountain biking, hiking and trout fishing all year long right from the park. In the summer enjoy swimming in the creek. Other local attractions include golfing, hot air balloon rides and helicopter rides. Rancho Sedona is beautifully maintained and includes spacious sites, clean facilities, laundry, volleyball, fielded areas, and Free Wi-Fi and Digital Cable TV. Other amenities include: big rig access, showers, restrooms, pet area, water and 30/50 amp sites. Hope to see you soon!

Last Updated: 01/28/2022

RV Site

RV sites are clean facilities, with access to onsite amenities like laundry facilities, a volleyball court, fielded areas, free Wi-Fi and Digital Cable TV, big rig access, showers, restrooms, pet area, water and 30/50 amp hookups. Sites are also just a short drive from local conveniences like small town eateries, gas stations and supply stores.

Options Starting Daily Starting Weekly Starting Monthly
Creek Area (Adults Only) Coral Sites 66-73 & 14 $54.00 $323.00
Executive Sites (Purple) 76-84 $84.00
Hilltop Site $84.00
Large Sites (TAN) 55-64, 74, 75 $76.00
Loop Area (Blue) Sites 1-13, 15-36, and 54 $58.00 $344.00
Monthly (Long Term) RV's under 32' (Sites 40-52) --
Partial Sites - RVs 25' And Under (Sites 25, 26, 65, 65A) $42.00
Pull-thru Sites (TAN) 37 & 38 $76.00

100 Amps

30 Amps

50 Amps

Community Restrooms

Community Showers

Laundry Facilities

Paved Roads

Pet Friendly


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135 Bear Wallow Lane, Sedona, AZ, 86336
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Overall Rating: 2.8

Kristopher Goesch

I'll preface this review by saying as an avid camper/RV'er I've never felt so uncomfortable. The park is beautiful and in a convenient location, but that is all it has to offer. If you have a family, you'll have to be extremely careful you do not make a single sound- because you will be hounded by your neighbors who probably are retired and want absolute silence and will then be on the office surveillance and speed dial the rest of your stay. If you read the other reviews this is a common problem, and I initially thought "hey, they're probably exaggerating" which prompted me to book, but NOPE it is all true! As previously mentioned: we're avid campers and hold memberships to KOA and thousand trails and have never had a problem. When we arrived within 10 minutes of checking in, we had a "noise complaint" it was 1:05pm... The next morning from 9:00am-4:00pm I received multiple calls from the front office explaining there have been complaints of a dog barking coming from my campsite. The first time, I had stepped away and left my golden retriever in the trailer while I grabbed a coffee and thought she could have been barking, although this is unusual for her. The next calls I received of a "dog barking from my site" were when she was with me....hiking all day. I felt hounded, under surveillance and uncomfortable my entire stay here. The staff is rude, "maintenance" rides around all day doing nothing besides making noise at 7:01am- but hey that's when quite hours end! Just make sure to be trapped in your trailer before 10:00pm, lord forbid you need to go outside for an emergency! If I could rate ZERO STARS I would!

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Mary Talley

I absolutely love this campground! Right across the street from Tlaqupaque, perfect location. I've camped right on the oak creek and also in spots by the restrooms. There are no undesirable spots. Love it and can't wait to go back!

David Kezerle

This is a premium campground. Very good showers and laundry. Very clean and tidy, quiet with exception of barking dogs. Barking dog rule not tolerated is mostly ignored by campground and dog owners.