Bisbee RV Park

1791 West Newell St, Naco / Bisbee, AZ 85620
Bisbee RV Park
Bisbee RV Park
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100 RV sites, accommodates up to 45ft RVs. 30/50 amp, full hookups, pull thrus, fastest internet in the West, WiFi, cable TV, restrooms, showers, laundry, recreation room on premises, ice, propane, recycling center, RV storage available, limited tent sites available, horseshoes, nature watching, pool tables, leash-free dog park.

Important Campground Notes

PA discount is valid for two nights max. Must specify Passport America at the time of reservations. Credit cards accepted. Pets are allowed, must be leashed. *Rates do not include tax.


GPS: 31.340091N, -109.943206W From I-10, at Benson Exit 302 take Hwy. 90 past Kartchner Caverns and through Sierra Vista (where it turns into Buffalo Soldier Trail). Turn South/right on Hwy 92, continue to Bisbee (approx. 25 miles + later) and turn South/right at the Naco Hwy. streetlight. Approx. 4.5 miles later, turn right onto Newell St. RV Park is on the left and golf course is on right.

  • Big Rig Friendly

  • Pull-Thrus

  • Full Hookups

  • 30 Amp Service

  • 50 Amp Service

  • Water

  • Sewer

  • Tents

  • Cable TV

  • Wi-Fi Access

  • Restrooms

  • Showers

  • Laundry Facility

  • RV Storage

  • Clubhouse

  • Nature Watching

  • Horseshoes

  • Pool Table

  • Pets Welcome

  • Credit Cards

  • Ice

  • Propane


81 years strong since 1936. Mild year round climate, fine winters and up to 20 degrees and more cooler than Tuscson and Phoenix in the summer months. A summer destination for those from Phoenix, Tucson, and Yuma.

Park Events

("In-Season") Potlucks, Daily Exercise, Golf Groups, Ladies Golf League, Happy Hours, Live Music at golf clubhouse, Horseshoes, Traveling Events, and more!

Area Attractions

Bisbee, AZ, Tombstone, Kartchner Caverns, Chiricahua National Monument, Ramsey Canyon, Coronado Monument, Wineries, Two Breweries, Mexico, FT. Huachuca, Douglas, AZ, Slaughter Ranch, Mine Tours, Museums, Galleries, Restaurants, Hiking, Birding, Folklore Preserve, Amerind Museum, Mining & Historical Museum, the oldest baseball field in the U.S., Summer Pecos League Baseball, February chocolate tasting, seasonal car shows, July 4th events, Labor Day Events, September Blues Festival, October 5k stair climb, and Craft Beer Festival.


Really nice park in little berg of Naco, across road from golf course. If you’re looking for a peaceful, friendly park, this is it. New owner, Bruce, is very helpful and personable. We are staying 4 nites PA and will be back! You can walk into Mexico for pharmacies, dentists and good tacos. Don’t forget your PASSPORT!!

Susan Drummond 4/30/2019
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Regular Rates
*Additional fees may apply
Rules may apply
Park's info subject to change

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