Rancho Verde RV Park


$46.00 per night, starting at.

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1488 W Horseshoe Bend Drive, Camp Verde, AZ, 86322


Visit Rancho Verde RV Park in beautiful Northern Arizona!

When you arrive at Rancho Verde RV Park, we want you to feel welcome.  We will escort you to your site. We have 40 level, full hookup sites.  Rancho Verde RV Park is open all year so regardless of the season you are visiting, we’re here! We are located in the beautiful Verde Valley and red rock region of Arizona 45 minutes away from Sedona. Whether you are looking to spend some quiet time, or maybe you want to get out and explore the area with it’s numerous heritage sites, we are the perfect RV Park in Arizona for you.

This beautiful park is an adult community campground that is popular as a green oasis in the midst of a desert climate. Located in Camp Verde, this park is close to a number of excellent amenities and historical sites like the Montezuma Castle, Well National Park, and Tuzigoot National Monument. It's also near to the gorgeous and historic town of Flagstaff, Sedona and the Indian Ruins, so campers can look forward to enjoying some of Arizona's best and most iconic sights! The campground is ringed by conveniences like gas stations, fine local dining and grocery stores. Amenities at this campground include: pull thrus, big rig access, restrooms, showers, water, sewerage, WIFI, pet area and 30/50 amp sites. Hope to see you soon!



RV Sites

Electricity is not included in monthly rates. RV sites feature pull thrus, big rig access, restrooms, showers, water, sewerage, WIFI, pet area and 30/50 amp hookups

Options Starting Daily Starting Weekly Starting Monthly
Pull thru - 30 Amps $42.00 $244.00 Choose Your Site
Pull thru - 50 Amps $44.00 $258.00 Choose Your Site
RV Sites 30 amp $40.00 $230.00 Choose Your Site
RV Sites 50 amp $42.00 $244.00 Choose Your Site

30 Amps

50 Amps

Big Rig Friendly

Community Restrooms

Community Showers

Community Water Fountain

Laundry Facilities

Paved Roads

Pet Friendly

Picnic Table

Slide Outs

Trash Service

Water Hookups

WiFi



Biking

Bouldering

Fishing

Golf

Hiking

Historic Sightseeing

Off-Roading/ATV

Scenic Drives

Stargazing

Swimming Indoors

Swimming Outdoors

Tennis

Tubing

Wildlife Viewing

Kayaking & Canoeing



Big Rig Friendly






Overall Rating: 3.7


Dan Strobehn

1.0
We arrived late after the office had closed, I went up to the office door and found no instructions that told how to check in after hours. So like we have done at least 75 times all over the country we found a spot, and parked our RV, planning to go to the office in the morning to pay for our spot and book another night. We then went to dinner with our relatives who lived near by, when we returned we found a note taped to the RV door stating the we needed to go to the office in the morning to pay for our spot, I thought no problem that was our intention. But as I continued to read the last line of the note stated that the Marshals had been called and were aware of our presents in the park. In the morning we were woke up at 7am by someone knocking on our door very loud, when I opened the door I recognized the owner of the park and he told me they didn’t allow people to come in after hours and that we needed to go to the office to pay our bill. I told him we had stayed there in the past and were not aware of this rule and asked him what time the office opened. He said the office opened at 9 and I was there about 9:05, when I went in I thought I just needed to not say anything, pay for my spot and get the heck out of there, but the owner decided to escalate the situation by saying if we had stayed there before we should have known the rules and they should have had us towed, and kept calling me a Democrat and saying that being from California I must be a Democrat and prefer open borders, etc. I told them if they didn’t want people coming in after hours it should be posted and maybe have a gate with a key pad, like the park down the road. His wife was also in the office yelling at me also and at one point told me I was scaring her and making her very nervous. It was her husband who decided to escalate the situation but it was me that was scaring her. So if you don’t like staying with Adolf and Eva there is another park right down the street (Verde River RV Resort and Cottages) it is less expensive, has more things to do, and the people are very friendly. By the way we are very conservative, not that it should make a difference as we are all Americans.

Mary Smith

5.0
This RV Park is incredible. The owners are so very helpful and customer service is top notch. The views are extremely nice with a babbling creek that bring wonderful serenity and peaceful settings. The community services are as clean and well kept as your own home. Finding this location is perfect for adult living. Thank you to the owners and your staff.

Campground Response

Thank you for the kind words. This is an especially beautiful time of the year in Northern Arizona with trees in bloom. Please recommend us to your friends and fellow RVers. We look forward to your next visit.


Falon Gray

5.0
This place was amazing and I am very glad we stumbled upon it. The staff was very friendly, helpful, and accommodating. There were a lot of great sites to choose form that depended on our needs. There was an abundance of amenities which was really nice. We also really enjoyed how many activities there was to do as it was a lot of fun and very relaxing for all of us. The location was outstanding as there was so many great places surrounding the area that was easy to get to. Overall it was a really nice place to stay and can’t wait to get back. - Review provided by RV Park Recommendations & Reviews Facebook Group

Campground Response

Thank you for your great review. We look forward to your next visit with us.


1488 W Horseshoe Bend Drive, Camp Verde, AZ, 86322

Spacious full hook-up sites with 30/50 amp. 


Check-in Policy

Arrivals will be checked in and escorted to site until sunset. We do not park RVs after sunset due to large trees. Please plan your arrival accordingly or make prior arrangements if you expect to arrive after office hours. Late arrivals may park overnight in the large parking lot in front of the office.

Quiet Policy

Quiet time is from 9:00 PM – 7:00 AM

Laundry and Shower Policy

Washer and dryers are each $1.75. Quarters available at office. Pets are not allowed in laundry or shower area. No washing of pet blankets or bedding. Do not overload machines. The park is on a septic system. Place personal hygiene items in the bins provided in the restrooms. We appreciate not using harsh bleach or detergents in your RV and laundry.

Pet Policy

Please inquire at the office regarding breed restrictions. Must be on a short leash, never left unattended and please pick up after them. There are pet mitt stations throughout the park. Deposit the bags in the dumpsters. There is a fenced dog play area in the park (lower level by the creek). Do NOT let your dog in the creek.