We will be going to the area in and around Sedona on or about Sep 13 for a week. I am looking for one or more decent campgrounds with FHU,they don't need to be 5star RV resorts but likewise I don't want a mobile home park that thinks it's an RV park with lots of fulltime residents and the attendant problems. I have found a couple that looked promising until I looked at reviews on the web, RVPark Reviews, Google, Yahoo, Trip Advisor etc......one that looked very promising but had some negative reviews relating to strident harsh management and "pet unfriendliness" was Rancho Sedona......I realize that there can and will be "disgruntled employees and past patrons who were problems for the park and are trying to get even".......so I thought I'd better check in with the folks who really know.....Appreciate any recommendations you all might have. Thanks a bunch.
I often agree with Lauren on things like this, but this time I have to disagree.
We stayed at Rancho Sedona last year and really enjoyed the stay. Had a creek-front spot with easy access and plenty of space.
We had 2 RV problems on the way through Flagstaff and they helped us find 2 different repair facilities - one for the AC and another for the generator. Then they allowed the AC repair to be done onsite. Then when we had to pull out for the day to take the RV to Cottonwood for the generator repair, they were very helpful, marked out space as reserved, etc... And since we lost a day and a half, we wanted to stay on a couple extra days. When we asked at the office they happily acomodated us.
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Don't drink the water in Sedona... It has majic potion in it just like West Virginia does and you will up staying forever...
The RED ROCKS around the area blows me away everytime we visit.
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I agree that Rancho Sedona is a great place to stay in Sedona. At check-in, I admit the list of rules was daunting. We have two large dogs. But, we never ran into any issues while there. The location can't be beat. The Uptown area, Tlaquepaque, and may restaurants and shops are within walking distance. The setting is beautiful, with large shade trees and Oak Creek at your door. The laundry was clean and the grounds kept very nice. Of course, you don't get a large site, but after all, you are in Sedona. You won't want to spend your time sitting at the RV park! Enjoy your stay. Sedona is one of the most beautiful places in America.