Friday, April 18, 2014

Root 66 RV Park

May 2013

We park our RV for the night in a variety of places, from campgrounds in the woods to luxury resorts to Wal-Marts and truck stops (well, just once in a truck stop.  We had to try, didn't like it.  Noisy, and bright lights all night.)  One of the unique ones is in Sun Valley, AZ.  It's a gravel parking lot for an abandoned motel at the exit on I-40 (the old Route 66), handy to the Painted Desert and Petrified Forest.

It doesn't have a web site, but some patrons have reviewed it.

Not even in the same ball park as Omusee Creek, but a solid second place among RV parks.  (Wal-mart is in a class by itself, simply because of the lack of hookups.  We need electric in order to run the A/C, so even Omussee Creek and Route 66 can rank ahead of Wal-Mart, depending on the weather.)

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