Blackstone RV Park – Bullhead City AZ

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Blackstone RV park is located in Mohave Valley and its a real nice desert setting and owners living onsite. They have 136 sites (128 pull-thrus) and of them are full hookups on concrete pads. They also have a laundry, recreation room, restrooms, showers, and a convenience store.

They are really cheap too! We paid less than $20 a night… and pet-friendly! We were very happy staying there this past winter. They are open all year.

There is lots to see and do nearby including shopping, 4 golf courses, a number of casinos, museums, and a living ghost town in nearby Oatman. The Mojave National Preserve is also worth a visit.


  1. Crossroads is a very affordable, safe, newly renovated and fully modernized 55+ senior desert community. It’s conveniently located to enjoy all of the exciting local attractions, but secluded enough to enjoy the peace & quiet of the beautiful Arizona desert. You can do as much or as little as you want here.Crossroads RV Park is good for people that want a simpler lifestyle, without all the extras, scheduled activities and added costs of a luxurious resort.

    Escape the noisy traffic and rivercraft, the crowds and the crime of other Bullhead City area RV parks. Simply enjoy the beauty of the natural desert, the smell of sage in the air and the brilliance of the star-filled night sky. Just kick back, with peace of mind, and enjoy the famous Arizona sunsets, mountain views andbrilliant stars — unobscured by the city lights of Bullhead City and Laughlin.

    The new owners and management have really stepped things up here and offer great amenities and customer service. Whether your planning to visit for a week, stay for a season or keep a year-round park model, Crossroads has great offers for everyone. Definitely worth checking out.

  2. We must be on different planets, this park had none of the features described. Very old park, small, narrow sites with only 30 amps. No store, No pull throughs, park model trailer for laundry room, you call that a Rec room! Contankerous old man that clearly did not want to be bothered by customers. Dusty – out in the boonies – far away from any services. No Internet, let alone wifi. They don’t even have a website. We stayed 2 nights and 2 too many. I thought I had entered the twilight zone. The area was nice, but there were a lot better parks nearby and more conveniently located!

  3. Thanks for the heads-up on this RV park. My wife and I tour the southwest in our RV every summer. When we swing through the Mohave valley we’ll probably be staying at Blackstone.


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