PREMIER RESORT IN VALLEY OF THE SUN Adult 55+ Resort Community for RVs, Park Models and Mobile Homes featuring some of the largest lots and home sites in the industry! The friendly staff will make your stay comfortable with activities and amenities!
cleanliness and physical characteristics of restrooms, including interior construction, adequate supplies/odor free, adequate number of facilities, exterior appearance and location in relation to park spaces, and interior appearance.
the park's setting and site layout, function and identification of signage, overall exterior building maintenance, noise, trash disposal, litter and debris around the grounds and sites, and appearance of grounds, sites and entrance area.
We have been coming to Cottonlane for the past 4 years. We love this park, the Staff is very helpful and pretty accommodating. The other residents are so nice and friendly. Lots of activities. You can be as busy as you want to be. Close to shopping.
We are in the process of moving to FL. Our home sold quickly so we needed a place to stay for 2 months until our home construction is finished. I don't know how anyone could not love this place. The lots are huge. The showers are beautiful and extremely clean. The office staff was awesome to work with. Employees are very friendly.and knowledgeable. Guests are social. Many activities are going on. We are very happy staying here. Security wise, no issues at all. This is a jewel of a place to stay. I highly recommend if you are visiting Arizona this is the place to stay. Easy access to Arizona freeways. Shopping near by. PIR racetrack for NASCAR minutes away. 45 minute drive to Phoenix. Nearby hospital facility. Check it out.
Planned on staying 2 to 3 months while looking for a new home in the Phoenix area. The third day of our visit I went to the office to report the street light that we were parked next to kept flickering on & off all night and making popping noises. They said they would notify maintenance. I also notified them that the RV'er parked behind me kept driving his golf cart and car through both me neighbors & my campsite, the park rules clearly state "All vehicles must use the streets provided, shortcuts across spaces are not permitted". The office staff said they would take care of it.
A week later I went back to the office to remind them the light is still flickering and now another light down the street is doing the same. They told me they notified their electrician and he needs to rent a lift to fix them. I then told them my neighbor is still driving through my lot daily, again they said they will contact him and ensured me it will stop.
One week later I went back in the office and demanded they resolve the issue of my neighbor cutting through my site, he almost hit me as I was walking around my coach one day and he's stirring up dust. I stated I would report this to the owner of the park if not resolved, they said they will handle it.
Later that day my neighbor started walking around my coach, taking pictures of my rig while yelling obscenities about me. I came out of my coach and asked what his problem was. He proceeded to tell me he's been here for five years and he'll do as he damm well pleases. I told him to read the parks rules, he said there's a 5' easement on all sites and my rig is encroaching on that easement and he's going to see that I'm fined for that. He then proceeded to yell obscenities at me as he went back to his site.
The next morning I went to the office to let them know what transpired and that I was pulling out early due to this situation. I asked for the owners contact info so I can report this to them but they said he doesn't live on the premises and they have no contact info.
The park is nice, prices are on the high end but one deserves to be treated like this, why post park rules if you don't enforce them! (And the street lights are still not fixed)
The sites were so close together we could not pull out our awning. The restrooms/showers which are not accessible 24 hrs, were placed a long way away from the pull through sites....which are tucked away in the far corner of the park....out of site and out of mind!
There’s no access to WiFi at your RV site. You have to walk down to the Internet room to access WiFi which is not user friendly at all.
Luckily we were only here for one night en Route to Tucson.
Would not recommend this park to anyone.
We were very disappointed. We thought the good sam rating meant something but based on the experience at this resort with a 4 star rating we will be very careful in accepting the good sam results. the restroom and showers were so smelly and dirty we did not use them. the hot tub was out of order and the spaces were so close, the neighbors awning almost touched our rig. Will not stay here again and will not trust good sam ratings in the future.
Woman at check in was very, very rude. Wi-Fi is $14 95 for a week. Supposed to be free. Park is clean. Pull thru are very narrow. 8" between neighbors awning and my slide. Not many activities going on. Super Bowl Sunday... nothing. Not recommended!!!
Overall this is a very nice RV Park. The staff was friendly. I did not use the pool or rest rooms. The only real problem is that they reserved a spot for me to arrive on a Sunday. (The office is closed on Sunday) When I arrived there was a Class A in my space. So I parked next to them in an empty space which turned out to be reserved. Luck that everyone involved was nice about it. The office told the owner of the class A he could stay even though the space was reserved, and no one to help straighten out the problem. I would stay there again.
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Cleanliness and physical characteristics of restrooms and showers
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Also rated are physical characteristics of restrooms, including interior construction, adequate supplies/odor free, adequate number of facilities, exterior appearance and location in relation to park spaces, and interior appearance.
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