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Park Reviews

Bill Patellos wrote in January 2022, 5/5 Stars; We stayed three nights and had an excellent experience. Staff went out of their way to be helpful. We like the fact the campground is set in a natural Environment, with beautiful natural rocks surrounding it. Thank you for such a great stay, we hope to be back in the future.

Ken Mahoney wrote in December 2021, 5/5 Stars; Overall, this is a great place to stay!! It's located about 5 miles north of Prescott. It's also close to Watson Lake that is a short drive or a hike away. Check-in was very easy! Due do COVID, no one is available to meet you, however they have self check-in by providing sheets that are easy to find with the guest's name and a detailed map that directs you to your site (in our case, it provided guidance for backing into space). One very nice gentlemen did come out to see if I had questions. Most of the sites are treed and secluded from neighbors. We were in site 73 which is very easy to back into, secluded and great view of the valley! We loved the spot!!

Dan J wrote a review December 2021, 4/5 Stars; Great local rv campground. Spots are very scenic and close to the lake so nice hiking. Not a ton of amenities, but everything works and hosts are very friendly. Check in paperwork was ready upon arriving and even had a detailed map of where to park.

TimelessFace 64 wrote a review July 2021, 5/5 Stars; Beautiful, breathtaking, camping in a very special place with unique rock formations in The Dells with hiking trails steps from your site! Friendly, helpful staff who go the extra mile to make your stay seamless. Easy check-in process has you at your site in minutes. Clean, campground with nice laundry facilities too. Highly recommend ❤

Ian B.. wrote a review on October 2021, 4/5 Stars; Location location location. The most amazing thing about this RV Campground is its amazing location. There are two hiking trails straight out of the park, One leads to an overlook on top of Watson Lake the other brings you to the main entrance. A short 3 minute drive or 15 to 20 minute walk will get you to Willow Lake which is just as beautiful and offers plenty of hiking. The park itself is fairly small, the sites are decently sized with trees and brush separating some. Be prepared for possible snow in the winter, our first week we got 2 feet of snow (wasn't expecting that). The staff here is nice, the main office has some supplies, ice, laundry facility and will accept your packages. The main issue we had was the roads get really really muddy with large puddles after a rain or snowfall. The town of Prescott is Great with all the amenities anyone would need. Definitely recommend this RV park.

Amy T. wrote a review on June 2021, 4/5 Stars;  Nice campground to stay at. They personalize your own map and brochure when you stay with them which I thought was a nice touch. We were backed up against the rocks and it was a pretty RV site. There is a short walk to Watson lake where you can rent kayaks and paddleboards, and they bring the kayaks to you. The only downside is the bathrooms are a little outdated and could use some updating in the location we stayed.

Elysia L. wrote a review on June 2021, 5/5 Stars; Really nice property, gorgeous setting. Easy 1/4 mile hike to Watson lake. Spaces are well placed and private. Full hook ups. Easy check in and check out. I didn't try to use the WiFi, but cell service is good and we were able to stream off our own devices. Easy drive to downtown, whiskey row, and everything else nearby.

Cam Daddy wrote December 2021, 4/5 Stars; Stayed at POR for 12 nights. Initially it felt weird pulling a 45 foot diesel pusher head first into my site, but it worked out okay. There is no swimming pool or indoor activities here, probably because Prescott is a city with tons of outdoor stuff to do. There is a trailhead on property that leads to the hiking trails at Watson Lake. Groceries, fuel, pharmacies and fast food restaurants are nearby. To get really good food, good downtown. There is also antique shops and bars downtown, which is about a 15 minute drive. We camped at Point of Rocks RV Campground in a Motorhome.

RVflight wrote October 2021, 5/5 Stars; Each pad is surrounded by rocks that make your own space. Our site was a pull forward and back out. At first it seemed difficult to manage on the hills and rocks. Once we got into our site, we enjoyed it very much. It was quiet, peaceful, and pleasant. Everything is done on line, When you arrive you pick up your materials and go to your site. Laundry is very clean. We didn't use any other amenities. We camped at Point of Rocks RV Campground in a Motorhome.

REG4608 wrote a review October 2021, 5/5 stars: Great RV Park. Beautiful Location. Due to COVID office was closed on arrival. They met me and explained everything. Good WiFi. Recommend this place if in Prescott AZ. We camped at Point of Rocks RV Campground in a Motorhome.

Amy T wrote review June 2021, 4/5 Stars; "Nice campground to stay at. They personalize your own map and brochure when you stay with them which I thought was a nice touch. We were backed up against the rocks and it was a pretty RV site. There is a short walk to Watson lake where you can rent kayaks and paddleboards, and they bring the kayaks to you. The only downside is the bathrooms are a little outdated and could use some updating."

LDWinOC wrote June 2021, 5/5 Stars; We picked this spot last minute & I'm so glad! We stayed 2 nights and had to move spots since we were late to the party, but it worked out great! We got to see 2 different areas of the upper level, and we loved them both. Overall, the park feels very cozy, tucked snug between trees and against the dells. Due to COVID protocols, I didn't get to meet any of the office staff in person, but the Liz I spoke to on the phone was very nice and helpful. The bathrooms by the office were amazing (granite countertops even) and super clean. Indeed the park is gravel, so I could see how dust - or potentially mud during monsoon season - but we didn't have either and the roads and site markers were big enough for our class A + tow'd. There are tons of walking/hiking areas in the dells and to the lake. Dogs + humans loved it! It's about a 20 minute drive to downtown Prescott.