Wow! This campground has changed for the better since our last visit. The recent electrical upgrades are great. Every site now has good 30 and 50amp electric. Since the water isn't the greatest, each site also has their own Reverse Osmosis system for drinking water. They've placed this system in a nice metal box at each site. Some sites do have the sewer connection in the way of driving into the site - be careful. The campground is mostly dirt and gravel. There's a very nice laundry room (free). The campground was about 50% empty when we arrived. The prices did go up from $7 to $10 a night for FHU. Considering the remote location and lack of other amenities, this is a fair price for the FamCamp. While some people stay here for months over the winter (snowbirds), there is a fair rotation policy. We arrived on a Sunday and easily did the self-pay at lodging. A very nice place to come relax and sit out the winter. There is some sight seeing nearby. Mexico and the town of Casa Grande aren't too far away. If we are looking for an affordable place to stay for awhile, we would consider staying here for a month or so.
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