Quail Ridge RV Park
Enjoy the Beautiful Desert at Quail Ridge RV Park
There is nothing quite like the beauty of the southwestern desert. The land is rugged and harsh, but it holds a magnificence and mystery unlike many other places on the planet. The night sky, so clear and dark, is a magical sight to behold. If you love the desert, and you are traveling to or through the state of Arizona, consider staying at Quail Ridge RV Park. It has some amazing amenities that make it a wonderful place to stay and it is open throughout the year. It has a convenient location that makes it easy to reach other areas in northern Arizona as well.
Features at Quail Ridge RV Park
The park has 20 RV sites as well as 10 tent sites for those who don’t have an RV and who want to sleep under the stars. All of the sites at the park have wonderful panoramic views and full hookups for water, sewer and electric. 50-amp service is available at all of the pedestals. They are able to accommodate large RVs that are up to 80′ long.
They have pull-thru sites that make it easier to get into and out of the spaces. Check out time is at 11AM, but you can check in throughout the day. Guests will also be able to use the convenient dump station. The park also has an onsite manager who will be able to help with any questions or concerns that you might have.
The park features wireless Internet service as well as showers for guests. You will be able to do your laundry in the onsite laundry room, which makes it much easier than trying to find a laundromat. You are allowed to bring your pets with you to the park, but there are designated areas for your animals. Always make sure that you clean up after your pet.
Getting to Quail Ridge RV Park
From the I-17, you will want to Exit Highway 69. You will see Prescott .75 miles down the road on your left. Take Frontage Road to the left and you will find the park up on the hill.
- Pull Through Sites
- Big Rigs (40+)
- Full Hookups
- 50 Amp
- 30 Amp
- Cable TV
- Pet Friendly
- Swimming Pool
- Exercise Room
Because of the great location of the park, you will find many different places in the area to visit including a number of state and national parks. Take some time to explore Red Rock State Park and then visit the Petrified Forest. It is a great location that has some interesting photographic opportunities for you.
The Heritage Park Zoo is located in Prescott. It is a small zoo, but it is clean and it has quite a few great animals. The children and the adults in your group are going to love going to this zoo!
The Sharlot Hall Museum is a perfect place for history lovers to explore. You will find many displays and artifacts at the museum, which help to illustrate the lives of the first settlers in the area as well as the Native Americans who live in the region.