Ridgeview RV Resort

(2) Reviews

775 Bullhead Parkway, Bullhead City, AZ, 86429

The Ridgeview RV Resort is located in Bullhead City, Arizona and is well-known for its close proximity to a number of great attractions. Campers can look forward to the old mining town of Oatville or visit the a day trip to Death Valley National Park. There's tons to do in the city itself, including the Colorado River Museum, Colorado River Historical Society and Bullhead City Community Park. The stretch of the Colorado River that runs through the town is a great escape for the nature enthusiast. If that's you, look forward to fishing for crappie, striped bass, rainbow trout and catfish. Visitors can also take advantage of whitewater rafting, kayaking, canoeing and even scuba divign along Ringbolt Rapids. Since Bullhead City enjoys a desert climate, visitors can bask in warm temperatures and cool nights with clear skies for stargazing. 

Amenities at the park include: big rig access, restrooms, tent camping, shower, water, sewerage, WIFI and 30/50 amp sites. See you soon!

Last Updated: 10/25/2019

50 Amps

100 Amps

775 Bullhead Parkway, Bullhead City, AZ, 86429
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Overall Rating: 2.5

Dignity Morality

Beware!! What you should know about the corporation that runs this park... There are 300+ sites available and it has NEVER been at capacity. Yet to a very few this park has been home. They were promised the world (for a price) they paid it. Last year; the most vulnerable demographic among us (elderly 70-90+, veterans and I guess those that this Corp thought no one cared about) were told to get out of the park unless they could afford ANOTHER multi-thousand dollar payout to this evil corporation. So like many people with no other option, they each managed to pay the park thousands while some only receive less than $800 a month to live on and they were promised to never have to deal with this again. Until recently! The Arizona summer is here and this park is nearly empty, only the few who have bought into this dream remain; not any more. After taking all their money, this place is kicking these elderly people to the curb. One had a days notice, another 1 week; each told by a corporate exec that if you don’t leave the cops will drag you out. Really..!?! If this is something you can turn a blind eye to.. good for you.. I guess your hoping that one day you won’t be old too. Honestly, this is horrific and if it’s happening in one of their parks, how many other people in their parks are experiencing the same thing? ~Have a Soul~

Spring T Adams

A highly rated Coast-Coast resort. Down sides: all back in sites, wifi is pay for and terrible. I've had better free wifi. No security or cameras monitoring activities and there have been thefts and break ins reported. Our second night here a full time resident knocked on my door and told me we had been "cased" by someone walking the "wash" which is BLM property. A bike had been stolen a couple of nights before we arrived, the cable had been sheared securing the bike. I unlocked ours from our car and we brought them inside the RV for the night. I bought the heaviest chain and lock I could find and chained them to the front of the RV, away from the wash. Upside: Lots are spacious but on dirt/gravel. Pet friendly park. Cable TV included. Bathrooms/showers are very clean. Plenty of park activities to do at the clubhouse. Plus they have church service on Sunday's. Have mail delivery too. All in all, not a bad park, they just need to address a couple of items and it would be back to a higher rating. - Review provided by RV Park Recommendations & Reviews Facebook Group