|Off Season||May 1 - Nov 30, 2014||$31.00 - $39.00|
|RV Sites||Jan 1 - Dec 31, 2015||$31.00 - $70.00|
Stayed here in a class A MH for a month in January 2017. The park is nice, FHU's with a cafe on site. It is typical of parks in the desert, stone, stone and more stone. They water the road each morning in an attempt to keep the dust down. Row H and I have 30' x 100' pull throughs. Backs up on BLM land, you can hear Coyotes howling some nights. Both Verizon and AT&T have 2 - 3 bars of LTE data. Park has cable TV, but wifi is only available in the office or rec center. Should be able to get satellite reception at any site. Over all a nice park for the desert.
This is a nice park when traveling through the area for a night. Not to say that longer stays wouldn't be as nice but we were only here for the night. The site we stayed in was extremely long. I have a 38' 5th wheel with an F350 long bed. They could have parked a MH in front of us. We took a walk behind the park on BLM land which was nice. The only downside is their WIFI is horrible. They say you have to be near the rec room or office to get it....they weren't kidding. Would have been closer to 4 stars if their WIFI was better. Would I stay here again if passing through? Definitely.
Very nice and comfortable
Located in Arizona desert outback in the McMullen Valley, Black Rock RV Village is the best place to go camping in the Quartzsite and Salome areas! With great views of the Harquahala and Harcuvar mountain range. With 400 full hookup sites with select sites offering wi-fi, cable and telephone services you will feel right at home. We also offer rooms in the Black Rock Motelor talk to us about purchasing a park model. We have a beauty and barber shop on site, an oil changing station, soft water car was and arts and crafts booth. You can't ask for much more on your western Arizona camping trip!