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Old 03-23-2010, 11:26 AM   #1
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Looking for a RV park in Flagstaff area to escape much of the Arizona heat this summer. Any suggestions?
We'll be leaving the motorhome and returning home from time to time so security could be an issue as well. Thanks for your suggestions.
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Desert Dog..First of all-Welcome to iRV2!!
Are you going there for short term visits or are you looking to stay there over an extended period of time? This may make a difference.

The members here have lots of info to share..but they may be unsure of your needs.

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We stayed at the KOA park there. Just far enough away from the high traffic area and quiet. Nice park and the management seemed to bend over backwards to help you when needed with transportation or reservations if needed. Just be in shape though, sites are all level but the terrain of the park is quite hilly.
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Looking for a RV park in Flagstaff area to escape much of the Arizona heat this summer. Any suggestions?
We'll be leaving the motorhome and returning home from time to time so security could be an issue as well. Thanks for your suggestions.
We enjoy Black Barts but may not be for your requirements. Its close to highway but great food and entertainment.
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Old 04-20-2010, 06:33 PM   #5
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We now live in Rimrock, AZ 50 miles south of Flagstaff, before moving there from Phoenix we stayed at J & H RV park on Hwy. 89. Great people, a large number of annual returners for the season and accept the few transients that can get a space. A dog off leash and bath area, large picnic area, usually a group activity every Sunday.

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Never stayed here but Munds Park RV is 14 miles south of Flag and just off I-17
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Like itdave, we stayed a Munds a few years ago. I understand now it is going longterm with mobile homes etc We would still probably stay there if we were in the area and needed to overnite.
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Looking for a RV park in Flagstaff area to escape much of the Arizona heat this summer. Any suggestions?
We'll be leaving the motorhome and returning home from time to time so security could be an issue as well. Thanks for your suggestions.
We were just in Flagstaff this past week. Stayed at the Williams KOA off I-40 and Hwy 64. Very clean place and the staff is extremely friendly. We dealt with Ken and Gloria.
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Black Bart's CG leaves a bit to be desired. The resturant is barely passable and the laundry machines that do work are very dirty as is the whole laundry room. My next stop in Flagstaff will not be there again.
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J&H is north of the KOA and on the east side of the road. It has been rated one of the best in AZ several times. Security is outstanding. You may not be able to get a seasonal site.
Black Barts is pure fun if you have dinner and want to be entertained by the college wait staff on an on-going basis throughout dinner. These folks are mostly music majors. You don't have to camp there to eat there.
We stop at Bart's on our first night out to straighten out the MH after throwing our last minute stuff aboard prior to leaving the valley on our summer travels.
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