Willow Beach Campground & RV Park

(12 Reviews)

25804 N. Willow Beach Rd., Willow Beach, AZ 86445

928-767-4747

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GPS: 35.8732, -114.6511

Willow Beach Campground & RV Park is located at 25804 N. Willow Beach Rd., Willow Beach, Arizona 86445 with a total of 28 campsites. Before your trip to Willow Beach Campground & RV Park, check out website at http://willowbeachharbor.com/willowbeach/campground/ or contact them through 928-767-4747 to know their nightly rates and available discounts.

GPS Info. (Latitude, Longitude)

35.8732, -114.6511

GPS Info. (Latitude, Longitude) 35.8732, -114.6511

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Overview of Willow Beach Campground & RV Park


Last Price Paid: $54

Reported by Oetkb on 12.21.2021

Longest RV Reported: 42 feet

Reported by Cindy & Cristal F on 5.5.2022

Weekly Rate:

Yes

Monthly Rate:

Yes

Number of Sites:

28

Pad Type:

concrete

Elevation:

853 ft / 259 m

Tent Camping:

Yes

Reviews of Willow Beach Campground & RV Park

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  • Area Guides Avatar Oetkb
    Very nice. Lots of room between sites. WiFi iffy.

    Reviewed 21/12/2021

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    Nightly rate: $54

    Days stayed: 4

    Site number: D1

    We stayed 4 nights in December, 2021. The sites are quite nice with level (in our case, at least) concrete pads. As others mentioned the sewer hookup is at the back end of the site which means two or more hoses for those of us with mid-point or front waste connections. Lots of cottontail rabbits in the campground.There is a store d...moreWe stayed 4 nights in December, 2021. The sites are quite nice with level (in our case, at least) concrete pads. As others mentioned the sewer hookup is at the back end of the site which means two or more hoses for those of us with mid-point or front waste connections. Lots of cottontail rabbits in the campground.There is a store down at the marina at which you check-in (open until 4pm in December). If you arrive after store closing (as we did) then you go to the store the next morning.The campground WiFi was "ok". It had periods of not working at all and there is no cell service; something to be aware of if you work remotely. There is also a charge for each connected device beyond the first (we used an "access point sharing router" for multiple devices without multiple charges).The marina is nice which you'll probably want to know; really the only reason to come here is to paddle (as we did) or to fish (I talked to a guy who fishes there regularly from a kayak and he said he'd caught up to a 27 pound striper).Note that the road from Hwy 93 down to the marina area is (as of Dec 2021) in need of repair. There are lots of potholes but, if you drive carefully, you can avoid hitting any of them.

  • Area Guides Avatar GettinReady
    Great campsite! Peaceful and private.

    Reviewed 22/2/2021

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    Nightly rate: $54

    Days stayed: 1

    Site number: C5

    Lots of room. Quiet. Lots of pull thru sites. Full hook ups.Do not follow your GPS to the address provided. Follow the signs on the road to the campground. Arrived at dusk on a Sunday. Site is easy to get into after getting to the campground. Well lit site numbers. This was our first trip, our “try out”. We only stayed f...moreLots of room. Quiet. Lots of pull thru sites. Full hook ups.Do not follow your GPS to the address provided. Follow the signs on the road to the campground. Arrived at dusk on a Sunday. Site is easy to get into after getting to the campground. Well lit site numbers. This was our first trip, our “try out”. We only stayed for one night. Kids love it! We will be coming back and staying longer.WiFi was good.

  • Area Guides Avatar JB
    Love this place

    Reviewed 24/1/2021

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    Nightly rate: $60

    Days stayed: 4

    Site number: B4

    Very nice campground. Sites are huge with plenty of room between RV's. Customer service is great there. My only complaint was the dump station at the campground. It has a 6" lip all the way around it, so your hose has an area of "uphill". It's also about 20' away fro the other hook ups so I had to connect 3 hoses to reach it. Other tha...moreVery nice campground. Sites are huge with plenty of room between RV's. Customer service is great there. My only complaint was the dump station at the campground. It has a 6" lip all the way around it, so your hose has an area of "uphill". It's also about 20' away fro the other hook ups so I had to connect 3 hoses to reach it. Other than that, it's perfect. Even the wifi was great.

  • Area Guides Avatar Dcaf241
    Very clean, and quiet

    Reviewed 12/11/2020

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    Days stayed: 2

    Site number: 3B

    Very clean bathrooms and shower. Lots of room on the sites and many are pull thru. Cel service was the only downside,side there wasn’t any. WiFi not great but the views made up for it.

  • Area Guides Avatar Gourdo
    Great views and access to Willow Beach/Black Canyon

    Reviewed 21/6/2020

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    Nightly rate: $52

    Days stayed: 3

    Site number: 6

    The sites are quite nice, done with arresting views of the canyon (especially the D loop, spots 2-5). There’s not much shade, but the spots are level, spacious, and offer some privacy. Seemed a mix of long term and quick stay. The beach is an easy bike ride/walk down (and a trail at the bottom of the campground makes it easier), but is...moreThe sites are quite nice, done with arresting views of the canyon (especially the D loop, spots 2-5). There’s not much shade, but the spots are level, spacious, and offer some privacy. Seemed a mix of long term and quick stay. The beach is an easy bike ride/walk down (and a trail at the bottom of the campground makes it easier), but is uphill the whole way back. Boat and kayak Rentals were great too. Only cell service was by bathrooms/laundry.

  • Area Guides Avatar Camping Combs
    Convenient and private

    Reviewed 10/6/2020

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    Nightly rate: $50

    Days stayed: 2

    Site number: D1

    We live about 35 minutes away in Boulder City, NV! This was our first time pulling and camping in a travel trailer! It was very open and convenient for maneuvering. They have back ins and lots of pull throughs. Full hookups were great! Peaceful and mostly private. Idk about the other spots but we has lots of wasps mainly attacked...moreWe live about 35 minutes away in Boulder City, NV! This was our first time pulling and camping in a travel trailer! It was very open and convenient for maneuvering. They have back ins and lots of pull throughs. Full hookups were great! Peaceful and mostly private. Idk about the other spots but we has lots of wasps mainly attacked to water. We have a 3 and 2 year old and brought their water table! They did not bother us one bit. The site had fire pit/grill and cement table and chairs! Very nice. Prepare for about 3 miles of steep downhill grade and sink holes in the very bumper road on the final 10 minutes until you’ve arrived. WI-FI was actually pretty good. No cell service -AT&T

  • Area Guides Avatar Ak2lv and beyond
    Great, clean quiet

    Reviewed 19/1/2020

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    Nightly rate: $30

    Days stayed: 7

    Site number: A 002

    Level site. Everything is super clean. Very quiet. Desert so no trees. Neighbors are great. Would stay here again. Very relaxing visit. Top notch. Takes discounts . Quail, rabbits and roadrunner visit daily

  • Area Guides Avatar Chapter 3 Travels
    A lovely, spacious campground set high above the Colorado River, a few miles from the Hoover Dam.

    Reviewed 23/6/2018

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    Nightly rate: $50

    Days stayed: 5

    Site number: A7

    As private campgrounds go, this was one of the best we've seen. Sites are arranged around loops, but are set off from one another with plenty of space between RVs. There are also trees and tall grasses that provide nice natural barriers. We enjoyed sitting outside both in the mornings and evenings and never felt like we were too close ...moreAs private campgrounds go, this was one of the best we've seen. Sites are arranged around loops, but are set off from one another with plenty of space between RVs. There are also trees and tall grasses that provide nice natural barriers. We enjoyed sitting outside both in the mornings and evenings and never felt like we were too close for comfort with any of our neighbors. The park is located about 20 miles south of the Hoover Dam and 50 miles from the Las Vegas strip, within the Lake Mead National Recreation area (so you'll need to show your annual pass or pay a fee to get in). As the name suggest, the campground is part of a marina which offers all kinds of boating and paddling rentals as well as guided trips. Sites are on large cement pads with plenty of space for your tow vehicle. The utilities were well placed and worked well. We had a huge cement picnic table at our site as well as a large square sitting area with a built in fire pit. The campground wifi actually worked pretty well. There were times it would go down, but for the most part, it was solid. And this was an important feature because we had no cell service on our phones inside the Recreation Area. I was able to book my own reservations online which was awesome and customer service was friendly and efficient. I am deducting points, however, because they jacked up their prices to the point of gouging. We paid $35 per night because I booked our stay before January 1, 2018. After that date, however, they increased the per night fee to $50 per night. While we liked the park, it's a bit hard to justify $50 per night for a campsite in that location, and to increase the per night price that much in one day is just ridiculous.Other than this campground's abrupt and huge price increase, we highly recommend it. The sites were beautiful, spacious, and private, and the location was excellent for checking out the Hoover Dam and enjoying time on the water.

  • Area Guides Avatar The Nomadic Norvells
    Remote with all the comforts of home

    Reviewed 21/6/2018

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    Nightly rate: $27

    Days stayed: 1

    Site number: D4

    Wow! The RV park is perched up on a hill overlooking the marina and the Colorado River. The sites are large and private with zero light pollution and no noise. We had a 50 amp pull thru (which we needed with the outside temps at 111 degrees!!!), which was easy to find and maneuver in/out of. When I booked on line, there were no...moreWow! The RV park is perched up on a hill overlooking the marina and the Colorado River. The sites are large and private with zero light pollution and no noise. We had a 50 amp pull thru (which we needed with the outside temps at 111 degrees!!!), which was easy to find and maneuver in/out of. When I booked on line, there were no discounts offered. But when I checked in, I showed my Access Pass and was refunded 1/2 of what I paid. They also offer military and other discounts, but the website just isn't showing it - so if you qualify for one of these, make your reservation by phone or ask them for a refund when you check in. This really is a remote location. Best used for a stopover before/after Vegas, etc. The camp store on site is relatively well stocked, but it is just a camp store. There was also a restaurant advertised on the check-in flyer, but we didn't look for it. Although we had no cell service once we drove down into the canyon, the free WiFi at the park was super fast and reliable. It was better than what you find in hotels or even at home.

  • Area Guides Avatar Onlytherocks
    Ok park to visit Hoover Dam

    Reviewed 23/2/2018

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    Nightly rate: $50

    Days stayed: 3

    Site number: A7

    The campground is very clean and set down inside a canyon. However all sites seem to be unlevel and very open. Lots of space but no privacy. If you have a boat it’s a good place since they do have a marina. Hoover Dam is about 25 miles away and Boulder City about 35 miles. No cell service but some Wi-Fi in the park. We had it at our si...moreThe campground is very clean and set down inside a canyon. However all sites seem to be unlevel and very open. Lots of space but no privacy. If you have a boat it’s a good place since they do have a marina. Hoover Dam is about 25 miles away and Boulder City about 35 miles. No cell service but some Wi-Fi in the park. We had it at our site but noticed much of the campground did not. Showers were clean and nice laundry facilities too. You do need a National Parks pass to come in as it is part of the Lake Mead National Recreational Area.

  • Area Guides Avatar Danny644
    Very quiet, clean and spacious sites!

    Reviewed 1/11/2015

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    Nightly rate: $25

    Days stayed: 7

    Site number: D2

    We have camped here, always at the same site for 5 times over 4 years, both over Christmas holidays and Spring Break. This campground is part of the Lake Mead National Rec Area, about 4 miles below Hoover Dam and right on the Colorado River with a nice marina. They accept both Good Sam AND the Golden Age Passport.The camp hosts ar...moreWe have camped here, always at the same site for 5 times over 4 years, both over Christmas holidays and Spring Break. This campground is part of the Lake Mead National Rec Area, about 4 miles below Hoover Dam and right on the Colorado River with a nice marina. They accept both Good Sam AND the Golden Age Passport.The camp hosts are very active in keeping the sites and the campground very clean. The campground does have some surrounding areas that are good for hiking, but it is a bit isolated from the hustle and bustle of Boulder City and the Vegas area, which we like.All in all, a very relaxing place to camp and use as a base camp for the surrounding area.

  • Area Guides Avatar Dace Roll
    Wonderful sites. Full hookups, clean facilities.

    Reviewed 1/6/2015

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    Days stayed: 2

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Verizon 4G

Confirmed by 1 Users Last Reported 11/12/2020

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