RV Park Rating – Munds Park RV Resort (Munds Park, AZ)
Link to park here: Munds Park RV Resort
- Site quality = 2.5/5
There’s a lot of variation in the site quality here. The older part of the park has basic dirt sites which are not very level and very tight, but are closer to the forest. The newer area has large sites with picnic tables, but are right next to Hwy 17 so they’re on the noisy side. However hook-ups are good everywhere. There’s 50 Amp, cable and decent water pressure.
- Facilities = 4/5
Bathrooms are dated, but spotlessly clean and heated, which is a bonus in the mountains. No bench in the showers, but good water pressure.
- Amenities = 4/5
Nice amenities here. There’s a General Store which stocks basic groceries, a pool and jacuzzi, and playground for the kids. There’s also a fitness room and areas to BBQ around the park. There’s several meeting rooms too. Oh, and free wireless (and it works!).
- Location = 4/5
This place gets a 4 simply because you have a huge, gorgeous National Forest right at your fingertips. Hiking simply doesn’t get any better than this and from our site we were literally 20 feet from the entrance. It’s ~20 mins to Flagstaff (for shopping) and ~35 mins to Sedona so a bit of a ride to get to civilization.
- Pet friendliness = 4/5
This is a pet-friendly park, and the forest is a bonus for those with animals.
Overall rating = 3.7
BONUS ALERT: National Forest and miles of hiking right at your fingertips
Summary: This is an interesting mix of a park. The majority of the area is dedicated to “seasonals”= people who come for the summer season to escape the heat in Phoenix. So, there’s a lot of semi-permanent trailers and trailer-homes and we gather it gets very full by ~June. The RV sites are scattered in-between and vary a lot in size, but the location is beautiful. Lots of gorgeous Ponderosa Pine and miles & miles of forest. There’s not much in the way of towns close-by (Flagstaff is the closest larger town), but if you like being close to nature this can’t be beat.SPONSORED LINK:
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Marlan at RV52 says
Really nice and comprehensive writeup on a park. I liked your pictures. This looks like a neat park when I take the kids out west (from Texas).
Thanks. Your blog looks great too. It’s actually funny because my hubby (just yesteday) wrote a post on wireless internet (which he’s uploading right now). I’ll be keeping up w/ your posts.
Rudest meanest staff I’ve ever encountered at an RV park! Will never ever return there again! The full time residents look at you like your cramping there mobile home ghetto style! Too bad that the staff and residents can ruin the place?
Gosh I am SO sorry to hear that! We enjoyed our stay there 2 years ago and even made friends with a bunch of the full-time residents (one of them baked us muffins) but that was 2 years ago, and I’m sure things can change in that time. Sure appreciate the feedback.