Address: 10443 Hwy 89A, Prescott Valley, Arizona 86314
GPS: 34.647833, -112.283278
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Local Directions: From Phoenix: take I-17 to Hwy 69, and then take Hwy 69 to Fain Road (in Dewey). Turn right onto Fain Road and go approx. six miles to Hwy. 89A. Turn right onto Hwy. 89 A, go 2 miles, and turn right at the sign for Yavapai County Fairgrounds. Go 1/2 mile and turn left into the park. From Flagstaff: take I-17 to Hwy 169, turn right onto Hwy. 69, and then turn right onto Fain Road. Go approx. 6 miles to Hwy. 89A. Turn right onto Hwy. 89A, go 2 miles, and turn right at the sign for Yavapai County Fairgrounds. Go 1/2 mile and turn left into park. From Kingman on I-40 to Ash Fork: take Hwy. 89 to Hwy. 89A, and turn left onto Hwy. 89A. Go approx. 6 miles, turn left at the intersection of Fain Rd., Roberts Rd., and 89A. Go 2 miles, and turn left

Contact Information
Local Phone: 1-928-227-3310
Fax: 1-928-227-3311
Website: http://www.fairgroundsrvpark.c...
Email: info@fairgroundsrvpark.com

All year

230 RV Sites, 230 Full Hookup, 30 Amps, 50 Amps, 63 Pull Thru, 110 Extended Stay

Daily Rates: $50.00
Discounts/Memberships: Escapees, FMCA, Good Sam Club, Passport America
Payment Methods: Debit Card, Discover, MasterCard, VISA

Facilities & Services
Laundry, No Showers, No Toilets, Propane, WiFi

All Ages, No Tents, Pet Restrictions

Max RV Length 50 ft
Self-contained RVs only.
Total Sites230
RV Sites230
Max RV Length50 ft
Full Hookup (230)
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Average Rating
4 star rating
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4 star rating
Spacious, clean, open sites
September 16, 2017
Of the 153 sites at this campground, only about 12 are available for short-term stays. The rest are rented on a monthly basis, with electricity billed separately. All sites that have full hook-ups are spacious, level, clean, gravel covered and easily accessible via wide, smooth asphalt paved roads. Adjacent RV storage is available.

Each site has a paved patio and privacy/wind-break barrier fence separating it from neighboring sites, but no shade, picnic tables or fire rings. The campground sells propane by the portable tank or gallon. An outside firm will fill propane tanks at the campsites or supply large external tanks for long-term residents.

Their coin-operated laundry has three washers, four dryers and vending machines for sodas, candy and snacks. A community room in the same building offers a library, tables, chairs and free Wi-Fi which can extend to nearby campsites but not throughout the park. Cellphone reception is very good. The business office is open weekdays from 9AM until 3PM.

Most of the long-term guests appear to be retirees, small families, contract workers and those in transition into or out of nearby homes and staying in towable RVs. Since this campground offers no public restrooms or showers, all guests must have their own self-contained facilities. RV exteriors are expected to be clean, well-maintained and uncluttered.

During our long stay, we've found the staff and our neighbors friendly and quiet.

We stayed here in a Class A Motorhome.
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