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Planning a trip to a great northeast Arizona RV park? Plan your route, and find what other travelers have to say on TripAdvisor

Happy Jack Lodge & RV Park - Happy Jack

Happy Jack Lodge & RV park is a full service park located on 72 acres of the beautiful Mogollon Rim in Arizona.

The park is located 39 miles North of Payson, 49 miles South of Flagstaff, and 120 miles North of Phoenix.

In 1994 the Mongini family of Cottonwood, Arizona bought the property, which is known as Happy Jack Too. It was remodeled and is now a beautiful RV park with cabins for rent, a restaurant and steak house, a laundromat, small country store and many other amenities for your use and enjoyment.

Northeast Arizoan RV Parks: Happy Jack Lodge & RV Park

TEL:

(Toll Free) 1-800-430-0385, (928) 477-2805

FAX:

(928) 477-2806

MAIL:

PO BOX 19569, Happy Jack , AZ 86024

eMAIL:

happyjacklodge@direcway.com

WEB:

www.happyjacklodge.com

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Homolovi Ruins State Park - Winslow
Homolovi Ruins State Park - Winslow
Cave Wall Drawings - Homlovi State Park

Park Facilities

- Three main pueblo ruins, Visitor Center, bookstore and exhibits
- 53 camping sites with electric hook-ups, dump station, restrooms and showers
- Showers available year-round. Water hook-ups available April through mid November
- Picnic tables and grills, day-use ramadas, and trails
- Well-designed for all visitors

Elevation: 4,900 feet

Brief History...

In the high grassland of 14th century northern Arizona, an ancient people found a home along the Little Colorado River. These people, the Hisat'sinom (known to archaeologists as the Anasazi), paused in their migrations to till the rich flood plain and sandy slopes before continuing north to join people already living on the mesas, people who are today known as the Hopi.

Homolovi Ruins State Park now serves as a center of research for the late migration period of the Hopi from the 1200's to the late 1300's. While archaeologists study the sites and confer with the Hopi to unravel the history of Homolovi, Arizona State Parks provides the opportunity for visitors to visit the sites and use park facilities including a visitor center and museum, various trails and a campground. Several covered picnic tables are located throughout the park. Pullouts provide the opportunity to observe wildlife in this park of over 4,000 acres at an elevation of 4,900 feet.

More than 300 archaeological sites have been identified within the park boundaries, including four major fourteenth century pueblos. The visitor center provides exhibits that interpret the significance of this area.

Northeast Arizoan RV Parks: Homolovi Ruins State Park

TEL:

(928) 289-4106

FAX:

(928) 289-2021

MAIL:

HCR 63, Box 5, Winslow, Arizona 86047

eMAIL:

homolovi@pr.state.az.us

WEB:

Homolovi Ruins State Park

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Your host: Gary Abrahamson

SLEEPY HOLLOW RV PARK is located off State Rte 188 in storied and historical Tonto Basin. Tonto Basin sits between the Sierra Ancha and Mazatzal (pronounced “mad as hell”) mountain ranges. This Park is 3 miles from Roosevelt Lake,  one of Arizona’s largest and world class bass fishing lake, and sits just below 7,600 ft Four Peaks mountain. At 2200 ft elevation, Sleepy Hollow RV Park offers year round twi-light comfort and relaxation. Bordering Tonto National Forest and Tonto Creek, Sleepy Hollow is nestled among native trees adding good canopied cover in both summer and winter. The Park offers 52 unique spaces, mostly rented to permanent and seasonal residents. There are usually several spaces available for daily, weekly or monthly rentals. The park spaces are oversized to accommodate even the largest of RV’s and Park Models.

Facilities and amenities:

- Each space provides electric, telephone, water and sewer hookups, all underground.

- On-site coin operated laundromat.

- Park and ramada for park picnics and events.

- Near Roosevelt Lake, Arizona's world class fishing  lake.

Sleepy Hollow RV Park

TEL:

(928) 479-2578

FAX:

(928) 479-2578

MAIL:

Box 740,
Tonto Basin
, Arizona 85553

eMAIL:

garyruth@cox.net

WEB:

http://www.sleepyhollowrvp.com

 

 

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