My family and I have been going to Ft. Tudhill for over 40yrs and this will be my last stay. The issue is upkeep or the lack of it. We stayed in a small cabin with a full bed and a sofa bed and I use the term “bed” loosely. It was like being in a time capsule from 1984 the furnishings were the same and sadly for our teenage daughter the mattress on the sofa bed was probably older it was unusable and she slept on the couch. The maintenance was none existent with screw holes in the walls and large amounts of caulking keeping the shower from leaking the towels were like sand paper as if they were washed and placed on a rock to dry.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Fort Tuthill County Campground is located in a cool pine forest just 3 miles south of Flagstaff. Typical summer temperatures of 70-90 degrees make this an ideal campground when other parts of the regional are hot. Close to Sedona, Grand Canyon National Park and other amazing attractions allows you to use us as a hub for days of fun. We offer tent camping as well as RV sites and have hiking and biking trails, a challenge course, and a music amphitheater in county park. Every campsite offers a picnic table and fire ring. Online reservations only. No Electricity, some RV spots offer water and sewer hook-ups. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Fort Tuthill Coconino County Park Campgrounds Hotel Flagstaff
- Fort Tuthill County Campground Flagstaff, North America