Sundance 1 RV Resort Good Sam Verified Campground

1703 N Thornton Rd, Casa Grande, AZ 85122

Good Sam Verified Campground
(6 reviews) 3.3 out of 5 stars from 6 reviews
Good Sam Rating
Good Sam Rating
Facility 9.5
Restrooms 10
Appeal 10
(6 reviews) 3.3 out of 5 stars from 6 reviews
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1703 N Thornton Rd
Casa Grande, AZ, 85122

Open all year

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Facility

Type: RV Resort
Partial Handicap Access
Emergency Phone
Control access gate
Laundry
Eco-friendly park
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Eco-friendly park
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Policies

Pets welcome
Some restrictions
RV age restrictions
No tents
Road condition: Good
Road type: Paved
Total spaces: 707
Spaces available: 186
Seasonal Sites: 521
Site length (Max length): 55 (55)
All-Weather sites: 186
Pull-thru size: 39 x 55
Pull-thrus: 13
Back-in size: 40 x 50
Room for slideouts: Yes
Number of full hookups: 186
Amps: 30 Amp/50 Amp
Max Amps: 50

Restrooms
Ice
Laundry
RV wash: self-service
Dog park
RV wash: self-service
Dog park
Worship services
Personal escort to site
Personal escort to site

Swimming
Hot tub
Exercise room
Pickleball
Shuffle board
Pickleball
Shuffle board
Enclosed game room
Pavilion
Planned activities
Mountain biking
Pavilion
Planned activities
Mountain biking

(within 10 miles)

Casino
Hiking
Mountain biking

Military Discount

3.3 (6 reviews) 3.3333333333333 out of 5 stars from 6 reviews
Facility
4.6
Restroom
5
Appeal
4.2
What is being rated?
3 3 out of 5 stars 04/13/2024

We stayed a little over 3 months during “peak” season to winter in Arizona. The park is not near the interstates (I-8 & I-10). It is located on the Western edge of town. Not many services on this side of town. Nothing within walking distance. The office is located deep inside the park. Registration parking is a designated lane on the main entrance road. The interior roads are paved. The interior roads and turns are sufficient to maneuver larger RV’s. There was an escort to your site.... Read More

We stayed a little over 3 months during “peak” season to winter in Arizona. The park is not near the interstates (I-8 & I-10). It is located on the Western edge of town. Not many services on this side of town. Nothing within walking distance. The office is located deep inside the park. Registration parking is a designated lane on the main entrance road. The interior roads are paved. The interior roads and turns are sufficient to maneuver larger RV’s. There was an escort to your site. The sites are mostly back-ins with a few pull thrus (12 – 13) for short stays. There is a mixture of RV’s and permanent park models. The rate is an estimated 20 (RV) to 80 (park model) mix. The parking pads are gravel. The P/T sites were not long enough to say connected to a toad for larger RV configurations but wide enough for side-by-side parking. Sites had sufficient room for opening slides. The sites were generally level and flat but some RV’s were off the ground. The sites felt wide enough so as not be on top of your neighbor (5’ set back enforced on all lots). They have full hook ups – water, electricity (50/30/20 AMP), & sewer. The utility connections were not convenient for RV’s as they were located in a corner requiring long runs of hose or cables which made establishing a downhill sewer flow a site-by-site concern. Concrete patios varied by site. Outside tables were not provided. Fire pits were prohibited. Gated community with after-hours code required access gates. Monthly rate included water, sewer and garbage. Electricity charged separately either by the park or utility provider depending upon length of stay. The rental rate increased every year by an amount larger than the yearly cost of living/inflation rate. Garbage collection locations were at the front of the park so it was a long walk or short drive with congested vehicle access. Cable and internet were not provided by the park but was available through a local provider via microwave which required additional equipment installation. There were a couple of sites in the park that had accessible internet connection. Also saw some cable wires running from the utility pedestals to RV’s. Propane delivery service to site available. Vehicle washing required a daily, seasonal or year permit. There were several mobile RV wash service available. There were limited obstructions around the park for satellite reception so reception would be dependent upon your site and dish configuration. OTA channels search revealed about 53 channels (including 4 major networks, CW & several non-English channels out of the Phoenix Metro area). Used the DISH network portable dome dish sitting on the ground – not the best for more than 1 receiver. NET10 cell phone worked fine but the NET10 WiFi hotspot did not. Was able to get internet through our Winegard Air360+ modem. There were 2 designated fenced pet areas with a sandy/gravel surface. One located near the front of the park. The other was near the sports area. There were collection stations for waste in the fenced pet area. No bag dispensers around the park but a few collection stations around the park in designated dog relief areas. There was sufficient area to walk dogs along the park’s roads. Even in this COVID paranoid era, there were a lot of activities to do in the park including mail service, 2 swimming pools (one partially indoors), an indoor hot tub, food service, clubs, hobbies, sports, billiards and an on-site laundry. Almost all of the activities/clubs were operated by volunteers so they were not always available.
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4 4 out of 5 stars 04/17/2022

We stayed about 3 months during “peak” season to winter in Arizona. The park is not near the interstates (I-8 & I-10). It is located on the Western edge of town. Not many services on this side of town. Nothing within walking distance. The office is located deep inside the park. Registration parking is a designated lane on the main entrance road. The interior roads are paved. The interior roads and turns are sufficient to maneuver larger RV’s. There was an escort to your site. The sites... Read More

We stayed about 3 months during “peak” season to winter in Arizona. The park is not near the interstates (I-8 & I-10). It is located on the Western edge of town. Not many services on this side of town. Nothing within walking distance. The office is located deep inside the park. Registration parking is a designated lane on the main entrance road. The interior roads are paved. The interior roads and turns are sufficient to maneuver larger RV’s. There was an escort to your site. The sites are mostly back-ins with a few pull thrus (12 – 13) for short stays. There is a mixture of RV’s and permanent park models. The rate is an estimated 20 (RV) to 80 (park model) mix. The parking pads are gravel. The P/T sites were not long enough to say connected to a toad for larger RV configurations but wide enough for side by side parking. Sites had sufficient room for opening slides. The sites were generally level and flat but some RV’s were off the ground. The sites felt wide enough so as not be on top of your neighbor (5’ set back enforced on all lots). They have full hook ups – water, electricity (50/30/20 AMP), & sewer. The utility connections were not convenient for RV’s as they were located in a corner requiring long runs of hose or cables which made establishing a downhill sewer flow a site by site concern. Concrete patios varied by site. Outside tables were not provided. Fire pits were prohibited. Gated community with after hours code required access gates. Monthly rate included water, sewer and garbage. Electricity charged separately either by the park or utility provider depending upon length of stay. Garbage collection locations were at the front of the park so it was a long walk or short drive with congested vehicle access. Cable and internet were not provided by the park but was available through a local provider via microwave which required additional equipment installation. Also saw some cable wires running from the utility pedestals to RV’s. Propane delivery service to site available. Vehicle washing required a daily, seasonal or year permit. There was at least one RV wash service available. There were limited obstructions around the park for satellite reception so reception would be dependent upon your site and dish configuration. OTA channels search revealed about 53 channels (including 4 major networks, CW & several non-english channels out of the Phoenix Metro area). Used the DISH network portable dome dish – not the best for more than 1 receiver. NET10 cell phone worked fine but the NET10 WiFi hotspot did not. Was able to get internet through our Winegard Air360+ modem. There were 2 designated fenced pet areas with a sandy/gravel surface located at the front of the park. There were collection stations for waste in the fenced pet area. No bag dispensers or collection stations around the park. There was sufficient area to walk dogs along the park’s roads as well as a few areas for pets to relive themselves while walking in the park. Even in this COVID paranoid era, there were a lot of activities to do in the park including mail service, 2 swimming pools (one partially indoors), an indoor hot tub, food service, clubs, hobbies, sports, billiards and an on-site laundry. Almost all of the activities/clubs were operated by volunteers so they were not always available.
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5 5 out of 5 stars 12/03/2020

My husband and I rented a Park Model from October 2020 thru January 2021. We were very impressed with not only the facilities but the Park Model itself. The Park Model was exactly as advertised and was extremely clean. The park is a pet friendly and has several fenced in dog parks. The park staff were very friendly and helpful . If you are looking to rent a park model, Jack will help you every step of the way ! My husband and 2 dogs felt welcomed from the moment we arrived. Thank you for... Read More

My husband and I rented a Park Model from October 2020 thru January 2021. We were very impressed with not only the facilities but the Park Model itself. The Park Model was exactly as advertised and was extremely clean. The park is a pet friendly and has several fenced in dog parks. The park staff were very friendly and helpful . If you are looking to rent a park model, Jack will help you every step of the way ! My husband and 2 dogs felt welcomed from the moment we arrived. Thank you for everything. Ann H. (Michigan)
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3 3 out of 5 stars 02/27/2017

It claims here and on their website that WIFI is available. Albeit the disclaimer that you either have to pay $14.95 a week (on AireBeam, which is painfully slow and nearly useless) or go to the clubhouse hotspot. That was pretty disappointing. Other than that, it was clean and quiet. It is Arizona, so don't be looking for shade trees. Lots of gravel and concrete. It is gated, so secure. Staff was helpful.

4 4 out of 5 stars 01/03/2016

We stayed for two months last winter and are arriving next week for another 2+ months. The park is spotless, and a great size with approx. 700 sites. They have every amenity and activity imaginable. The owners and volunteers do lots of work bringing in entertainment, holding potlucks and installing new facilities. RV Spots are huge gravel ones with cement pads. No trees near the spots. There is a mix of park models and temporary folks, everyone is very friendly, even though we were younger than... Read More

We stayed for two months last winter and are arriving next week for another 2+ months. The park is spotless, and a great size with approx. 700 sites. They have every amenity and activity imaginable. The owners and volunteers do lots of work bringing in entertainment, holding potlucks and installing new facilities. RV Spots are huge gravel ones with cement pads. No trees near the spots. There is a mix of park models and temporary folks, everyone is very friendly, even though we were younger than most we felt very welcome. They have an enclosed dog area near the sports area for exercise, and smaller areas throughout the park where you can quickly take your dog to for a bathroom break.The only downside is the internet provider they use for wifi at your trailer is terrible. I hope there have been some changes to this process when we arrive this year. They have set up a computer room and other hardwired connections in the office area that work excellent. Also, like many parks it is located near a very active train track.
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1 1 out of 5 stars 08/31/2015

We came to preview the property prior to booking for a site for the winter. Although the park is very nice I must give the park a low rating after an incident at the park. This park has 2 dog walk areas, one outside the property on a public drainage ditch and the other is outside of the main RV park by the sports complex. This sports complex area is unfenced on one side. After arriving at the Sports Complex area to walk my small 10 pound dog. Two large breed very aggressive dogs came at me from... Read More

We came to preview the property prior to booking for a site for the winter. Although the park is very nice I must give the park a low rating after an incident at the park. This park has 2 dog walk areas, one outside the property on a public drainage ditch and the other is outside of the main RV park by the sports complex. This sports complex area is unfenced on one side. After arriving at the Sports Complex area to walk my small 10 pound dog. Two large breed very aggressive dogs came at me from the nearby property. It took me a long time to get back to my car, by keeping obstacles between them and me. I Consider myself lucky. In my opinion this is not a "Pet Friendly" park and for that reason I gave it a low rating. They need to allocate a small area inside the primary park property to walk pets with some degree of safety.
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3 3 out of 5 stars 04/13/2024

We stayed a little over 3 months during “peak” season to winter in Arizona. The park is not near the interstates (I-8 & I-10). It is located on the Western edge of town. Not many services on this side of town. Nothing within walking distance. The office is located deep inside the park. Registration parking is a designated lane on the main entrance road. The interior roads are paved. The interior roads and turns are sufficient to maneuver larger RV’s. There was an escort to your site.... Read More

We stayed a little over 3 months during “peak” season to winter in Arizona. The park is not near the interstates (I-8 & I-10). It is located on the Western edge of town. Not many services on this side of town. Nothing within walking distance. The office is located deep inside the park. Registration parking is a designated lane on the main entrance road. The interior roads are paved. The interior roads and turns are sufficient to maneuver larger RV’s. There was an escort to your site. The sites are mostly back-ins with a few pull thrus (12 – 13) for short stays. There is a mixture of RV’s and permanent park models. The rate is an estimated 20 (RV) to 80 (park model) mix. The parking pads are gravel. The P/T sites were not long enough to say connected to a toad for larger RV configurations but wide enough for side-by-side parking. Sites had sufficient room for opening slides. The sites were generally level and flat but some RV’s were off the ground. The sites felt wide enough so as not be on top of your neighbor (5’ set back enforced on all lots). They have full hook ups – water, electricity (50/30/20 AMP), & sewer. The utility connections were not convenient for RV’s as they were located in a corner requiring long runs of hose or cables which made establishing a downhill sewer flow a site-by-site concern. Concrete patios varied by site. Outside tables were not provided. Fire pits were prohibited. Gated community with after-hours code required access gates. Monthly rate included water, sewer and garbage. Electricity charged separately either by the park or utility provider depending upon length of stay. The rental rate increased every year by an amount larger than the yearly cost of living/inflation rate. Garbage collection locations were at the front of the park so it was a long walk or short drive with congested vehicle access. Cable and internet were not provided by the park but was available through a local provider via microwave which required additional equipment installation. There were a couple of sites in the park that had accessible internet connection. Also saw some cable wires running from the utility pedestals to RV’s. Propane delivery service to site available. Vehicle washing required a daily, seasonal or year permit. There were several mobile RV wash service available. There were limited obstructions around the park for satellite reception so reception would be dependent upon your site and dish configuration. OTA channels search revealed about 53 channels (including 4 major networks, CW & several non-English channels out of the Phoenix Metro area). Used the DISH network portable dome dish sitting on the ground – not the best for more than 1 receiver. NET10 cell phone worked fine but the NET10 WiFi hotspot did not. Was able to get internet through our Winegard Air360+ modem. There were 2 designated fenced pet areas with a sandy/gravel surface. One located near the front of the park. The other was near the sports area. There were collection stations for waste in the fenced pet area. No bag dispensers around the park but a few collection stations around the park in designated dog relief areas. There was sufficient area to walk dogs along the park’s roads. Even in this COVID paranoid era, there were a lot of activities to do in the park including mail service, 2 swimming pools (one partially indoors), an indoor hot tub, food service, clubs, hobbies, sports, billiards and an on-site laundry. Almost all of the activities/clubs were operated by volunteers so they were not always available.
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4 4 out of 5 stars 04/17/2022

We stayed about 3 months during “peak” season to winter in Arizona. The park is not near the interstates (I-8 & I-10). It is located on the Western edge of town. Not many services on this side of town. Nothing within walking distance. The office is located deep inside the park. Registration parking is a designated lane on the main entrance road. The interior roads are paved. The interior roads and turns are sufficient to maneuver larger RV’s. There was an escort to your site. The sites... Read More

We stayed about 3 months during “peak” season to winter in Arizona. The park is not near the interstates (I-8 & I-10). It is located on the Western edge of town. Not many services on this side of town. Nothing within walking distance. The office is located deep inside the park. Registration parking is a designated lane on the main entrance road. The interior roads are paved. The interior roads and turns are sufficient to maneuver larger RV’s. There was an escort to your site. The sites are mostly back-ins with a few pull thrus (12 – 13) for short stays. There is a mixture of RV’s and permanent park models. The rate is an estimated 20 (RV) to 80 (park model) mix. The parking pads are gravel. The P/T sites were not long enough to say connected to a toad for larger RV configurations but wide enough for side by side parking. Sites had sufficient room for opening slides. The sites were generally level and flat but some RV’s were off the ground. The sites felt wide enough so as not be on top of your neighbor (5’ set back enforced on all lots). They have full hook ups – water, electricity (50/30/20 AMP), & sewer. The utility connections were not convenient for RV’s as they were located in a corner requiring long runs of hose or cables which made establishing a downhill sewer flow a site by site concern. Concrete patios varied by site. Outside tables were not provided. Fire pits were prohibited. Gated community with after hours code required access gates. Monthly rate included water, sewer and garbage. Electricity charged separately either by the park or utility provider depending upon length of stay. Garbage collection locations were at the front of the park so it was a long walk or short drive with congested vehicle access. Cable and internet were not provided by the park but was available through a local provider via microwave which required additional equipment installation. Also saw some cable wires running from the utility pedestals to RV’s. Propane delivery service to site available. Vehicle washing required a daily, seasonal or year permit. There was at least one RV wash service available. There were limited obstructions around the park for satellite reception so reception would be dependent upon your site and dish configuration. OTA channels search revealed about 53 channels (including 4 major networks, CW & several non-english channels out of the Phoenix Metro area). Used the DISH network portable dome dish – not the best for more than 1 receiver. NET10 cell phone worked fine but the NET10 WiFi hotspot did not. Was able to get internet through our Winegard Air360+ modem. There were 2 designated fenced pet areas with a sandy/gravel surface located at the front of the park. There were collection stations for waste in the fenced pet area. No bag dispensers or collection stations around the park. There was sufficient area to walk dogs along the park’s roads as well as a few areas for pets to relive themselves while walking in the park. Even in this COVID paranoid era, there were a lot of activities to do in the park including mail service, 2 swimming pools (one partially indoors), an indoor hot tub, food service, clubs, hobbies, sports, billiards and an on-site laundry. Almost all of the activities/clubs were operated by volunteers so they were not always available.
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5 5 out of 5 stars 12/03/2020

My husband and I rented a Park Model from October 2020 thru January 2021. We were very impressed with not only the facilities but the Park Model itself. The Park Model was exactly as advertised and was extremely clean. The park is a pet friendly and has several fenced in dog parks. The park staff were very friendly and helpful . If you are looking to rent a park model, Jack will help you every step of the way ! My husband and 2 dogs felt welcomed from the moment we arrived. Thank you for... Read More

My husband and I rented a Park Model from October 2020 thru January 2021. We were very impressed with not only the facilities but the Park Model itself. The Park Model was exactly as advertised and was extremely clean. The park is a pet friendly and has several fenced in dog parks. The park staff were very friendly and helpful . If you are looking to rent a park model, Jack will help you every step of the way ! My husband and 2 dogs felt welcomed from the moment we arrived. Thank you for everything. Ann H. (Michigan)
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3 3 out of 5 stars 02/27/2017

It claims here and on their website that WIFI is available. Albeit the disclaimer that you either have to pay $14.95 a week (on AireBeam, which is painfully slow and nearly useless) or go to the clubhouse hotspot. That was pretty disappointing. Other than that, it was clean and quiet. It is Arizona, so don't be looking for shade trees. Lots of gravel and concrete. It is gated, so secure. Staff was helpful.

1703 N Thornton Rd, Casa Grande, AZ 85122
Coordinates: 32.897700, -111.775210
Elevation:

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From Jct of I-10 & Pinal Ave (exit 185), S 7.3 mi on Pinal Ave to Cottonwood, W 1 mi to Thornton Rd, N 0.2 mi (L); or From Jct of I-8 & Thornton Rd (Exit 172), N 5 mi on Thornton Rd (L)

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