This place is right on a beautiful, shallow river that runs cold and clear. It's close to Sedona and several vineyards, very shady and quiet. The bad news: it's the dustiest CG I've ever been in. You can't drive slow enough not to raise a cloud. Dust will be everywhere and in everything. Some sites are crowded together. There are few with FHU. If you need to dump, the station is located on a hill so half of your contents and all your solids will remain in the tank. There is NO cell service. The internet is a joke; you have to pay extra and it's not available at all if the park is near capacity. If they fixed the dump station, upgraded the internet and brought in 100 loads of gravel this place could be a real jewel.
My wife and adult son stayed here for four days and three nights in late September. The weather at night was cool (needed a light jacket in the morning) and the days were not too terribly hot. The campgrounds are situated amongst many trees and along the creek. Full hookups are only available off the creek, but if you just need water and electric you can camp creek side. The water was a good gentle flow, refreshingly cool and a nice place to rest your feet after a day of hiking amongst the red rocks of Sedona. There is a wine bar and bistro right outside the entrance, but we didn’t eat there...but the parking lot was full of cars during opening hours...seemed like a popular spot. The camp host and her husband were very friendly and helpful. Very few amenities other than clean bathrooms and showers and laundry room. There is a horse shoe pit at one end of the camp.…
hard to get past the attitude from the front desk.if so it could be nice sorry to display such an attitude, but I walk in as happy as could be, and was totally dismissed with such attitude, I need not say anymore.
I am so glad we found this hidden gem. It was beautiful. The creek is great to play in and cool off. The kids had a blast. Our spot was big and backed up to the creek. We didn’t use the facilities but they were available. We will definitely be coming back!
We stayed at Page Springs Resort on the 4th of July and it was great. Remy in the office was very friendly and helpful, the campsites were clean and shaded and the restrooms were clean. The on-site dump station was a real bonus. The location is good - on the creek with a restaurant next door (although closed during our one night stay), wineries nearby and not far from Sedona, Jerome, Montezuma’s Well, Tuzigoot and more. It was crowded over the holiday weekend, but not noisy. I’ve driven by during the week and it looks like prime creek side spots are usually available. We will definitely return soon!