Golden Sun RV Resort

999 W Broadway Ave, Apache Junction, AZ 85220



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GPS: 33.4074,-111.5569

Golden Sun RV Resort is located at 999 W Broadway Ave, Apache Junction, Arizona 85220 with a total of 330 campsites. Before your trip to Golden Sun RV Resort, check out website at or contact them through 480-983-3760 to know their nightly rates and available discounts.

GPS Info. (Latitude, Longitude)

33.4074, -111.5569

GPS Info. (Latitude, Longitude) 33.4074, -111.5569

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Overview of Golden Sun RV Resort

Longest RV Reported: 30 feet (Travel Trailer)

Reported by Cindy & Cristal F on 5.5.2022

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Pad Type:

gravel with concrete patio


1,673 ft / 509 m

Max Length:

40 ft

Reviews of Golden Sun RV Resort

1 people have reviewed this location.

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  • Choose your site carefully

    Reviewed 26/2/2021

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    Days stayed: 14

    Site number: I-14

    Our main issue with the park was with the site they put us in. We had three main issues with the site itself. 1. We were parked directly in front of the electrical power box for the sites in our area. I found the constant buzzing to be annoying. It also made pulling out challenging, but I'll get to that. We could have solved this, we could have asked to be moved. We chose not to. 2. The sewer connection at almost all the sites is in a weird place. It ends up being directly under the RV. So you have to connect your hoses BEFORE doing the final park job of your rig. So hooking up was a bit of a challenge. But unhooking, given its location, meant we couldn't drain the hose of grey water properly. At least not without pulling out into the street, which is narrow to begin with, and blocking the street while we properly drained the hose into the sewer and then put it away. 3. The sites and the street are extremely narrow. We would never have gotten into our site had there been a rig in the site to our right, and if our neighbor to our left had had his truck parked in his space. In fact, in order to get out, he moved his truck for us, and the neighbor directly in front also moved his. Which allowed us to jimmy back and forth in our spot to be able to pull out without hitting the 5th wheel in front, running up onto the concrete pad, or hitting the power box behind us.It seemed as if the park had squeezed additional spots into the available space at the expense of maneuverability. We did have fine time, everyone was pleasant, the park was clean, quiet, and well maintained. For us personally though, Apache Junction is not terribly bikeable. Bike lanes seem arbitrarily placed and end abruptly, sometimes in dead end streets. And it's a long ways from bike paths. Otherwise it suited our needs at the time.

Cell Phone Coverage

Verizon 4G

Confirmed by 1 Users Last Reported 02/26/2021

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