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3 / 5 (21 votos )

Leaf Verde RV Resort

1500 S Apache Rd
85326, Buckeye
Arizona, Estados Unidos

Family Owned for over 28 Years! Welcome to Leaf Verde RV Resort located in Buckeye, Arizona, where you can enjoy a quiet desert setting with some of the most beautiful sunsets in Arizona! Our resort offers 30 & 50 amp service at each of the 377 spaces, of which 272 are 70' long pull-thru's. Wi-Fi available through out the Resort. During the winter months, enjoy our heated swimming pool and a vast array of scheduled activities. Phoenix is only a 30 minute drive away. We are pleased to offer great daily, weekly, and monthly rates as well as the lowest electrical charges in the Phoenix area!

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Alojamento
Caravanas
Autocaravanas

Instalação de Serviços
Electricidade
Churrasco permitido

Qualificações
Cães
Grupos de jovens

Recreação
Nadar em água natural
Piscina Exterior
Campo de golfe
Aluguer de barcos

Sanitário
Mudança de fraldas para bebés
Cabines de lavagem
Máquinas de Lavar
Secadores de roupa


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Anónimo
Inglês (US)
First of all the maintenance are extremely rude. The mgr kept promising to let us sign a lease to get 200 off of our rent a month. Every month it's a different excuse .. Then we were blamed for something that happened after my granddaughters birthday party in one of the day rooms . Every one here has access to it. Whether I'd stay here again is iffy.
2 meses ás

Cmason
Inglês (US)
We stayed here for several months for a job assignment or we would’ve left sooner. It’s basically a parking lot full of full time stationary people. Their yards are trashy and you’re forced to look at them as it’s right beside your camper. The spots are so small. More often than not, they’d put large rigs in the spot across from us and there wasn’t enough room for them to angle in so they’d have to pull into our site to back into their own and their truck would be 2-3ft from my camper window - where we usually park our truck. People would constantly walk through our space. Our neighbors would be outside every day swearing and yelling at each other. At one point someone called the cops on them for hitting someone else’s property. They were not made to leave. They have 14 washers for 600+ people and at any given time 4-7 of them were out of order. When they had to close the office for a week because they all got Covid they didn’t tell anyone that was the reason. One of our spots was right next to a large, loud electrical box. We couldn’t have our windows open because it was right there and we could still hear it with the windows shut. The pool is very small for a place this size (look at aerial photos)…that’s just some of what we experienced. I could go on and on. Wifi is unusable even if you pay extra money for their add on option. We had AT&T when we arrived and had to switch to Verizon because AT&T would not work at all.
7 meses ás

Adventures_PNW
Inglês (US)
We stayed here because PHX was booked up. Spaces are facing each other so your doors face each other. Lots of kids our kids loved that. Not ideal long term but we were in PHX the whole time. Park employees were very friendly and helpful. Mostly full time residents.
7 meses ás

Where’s the Beav?
Inglês (US)
Friendly escort to site. Price reflects level, FHU "companion" site on gravel. Site was tight enough until 'companion' RV moved in later. (Couldn't extend awning all the way.) But for 1 night it was doable. Close to restaurants and services. The bright spot was their pool: open, clean and nicely heated. Neighbors quieted down after 10 pm. We'd stay again passing through, but not longer. Verizon was excellent, park wi-fi and AT&T unusable.
1 ano ás

Joe
Inglês (US)
So all the standard pull throughs are tight and buddy sites. Now doors don’t line up they are offset so not to bad but no real privacy. Tight spots aren’t bad if you aren’t spending time at your site or if all are in the same direction. The offset pull through is a bit much. Luckily we up graded fairly easy if the office isn’t open call the main company number and they can help. Our spot was a back in and tight but they have privacy fences that are nice. The spots are fairly level and gravel. Lots of full timers or a snow birds but should be expected in AZ in the winter. Staff was nice. It was a convenient location for us. I would stay there again if visiting the same family. Not really a vacation spot. 5 stars for our site but 3 overall just because of the other basic spots.
1 ano ás

memorymachinefamily
Inglês (US)
Do not stay here. Despite the previous bad reviews I booked a stay out of convenience...please learn from my mistake. I don’t even know where to start. In all our years of full time RV life our family has never experienced anything even close to this. This “RV Resort” is run more like a low income housing lot than a resort. At check in it is clear THEY are doing you a favor letting you stay here. (I later learned the foul attitude is due in part from all of the difficult situations they have to deal with day in and day out). The sites are nothing more than narrow areas of sand. Some slide outs are literally less than 8-10 inches apart (see photo). The orientation is such that you and your neighbor (who won’t be more than a few feet away) share the common area. The park is predominately populated by long term residents in run down rigs. I’m sure we have all experienced any number of the above and have been perfectly happy. Apparently this used to be a 55+ resort that is now open to anyone. The animosity between the crotchety low income long term snowbirds, management and anyone else staying here is palpable. Yes, we were harassed as were others near us. In all our years of resorts, campgrounds, boondocking etc. this was the first time we have ever felt unsafe. We were supposed to be contacted by management but it never happened. Do yourself a favor and just DON’T stay here.
1 ano ás

donb
Inglês (US)
The amenities are nice. The free WiFi is 756 kB which is horrible. I paid the extra for 10/2 but only got maybe 3 down. No cable, but the pool, laundry, etc is nice. It is just far too cramped for me. Lots of rules and lots of people and right next to the interstate so the noise is consistently high.
1 ano ás

Lflonr
Inglês (US)
As one other reviewer mentioned, this resort is primarily filled with long term residents. Nothing wrong or unexpected about that especially in the winter in AZ. The problem with this resort is there doesn't seem to be standards in terms of the upkeep or cleanliness of the sites so it's a mixed bag. I was told by another visitor that this has been the case since Sun RV Resorts took over management in the last two years. The park upkeep has really gone downhill. (I will never stay at a Sun RV resort anywhere based on this experience.) Some sites look truly dumpy, others not so bad. We were really taken back by the exceptional number of huge Trump flags, stickers, signs throughout the "resort". IMO, this should be disallowed in any RV resort because you want to get away from this stuff when you vacation, not be surrounded by it - no matter what side of the political spectrum you're on. The spaces are cramped together and the wifi didn't work at all at any point in the day or night. Not even basic service. We complained and we were advised to purchase the upgrade - which we did and even that sucked. We went out daily for golf and to take advantage of other local activities - which the area offers in abundance. We were just always bummed to come home to this place. Would never, ever book this "resort" again. You can find much better options in other areas of the desert.
1 ano ás

KenneysSeeAmerica
Inglês (US)
The good first. Conveniently located to the Phoenix area. Has what looked to be a nice pool, a couple of pickleball courts, nice looking laundry and horseshoes. But honestly, this is pea gravel sand sites with little room between you and your neighbor. Most sites seem to be buddy sites, your door opens into their door. Electric, water and sewer worked fine. This is a Sun RV Resort and have to say we are disappointed in this one.
1 ano ás

Jules
Inglês (US)
This RV park is mostly long term residents. Some do not care how loud they are into the night. Only one row of pull through spots for daily stays in the entire park. We wanted propane but they had no authorized people to use the equipment. Oh well. Highway traffic was louder than expected. On the positive side, Kimberly at the office is awesome! Walter working the cart guiding us to the site. He was super nice. We did not use any facilities but they looked clean.
1 ano ás

Faith Bound Travel
Inglês (US)
This campground was very clean and the sites were nice. However upon pulling our 42’ RV into a pretty tight spot, we plugged our surge protector in and it said there was reverse polarity. The management was very kind and offered another site that was available. I went and double checked with the surge protector and you guessed it, reverse polarity. The guy there said it was okay but if you know anything about reverse polarity, it is not okay. We decided to leave. Better safe than sorry. Would stay here again if they addressed that issue!
1 ano ás

Why not camp 24/7/365
Inglês (US)
It’s clean well maintained, a great facility. Spacious sites, friendly people, both staff and residents. They have a small dog run, but it gets the job done. I really appreciated being able to self check in.
2 anos ás

Mica
Inglês (US)
We stopped for one night to get electricity to run our AC in spite of the negative reviews here. We were greeted very cheerfully by every staff member we saw. The fellow who escorted us to our site was friendly, informative and funny. No-one spoke a word about rules, nor were we given any written ones. The drive through sites are odd because they alternate direction, but we were beside our neighbor’s tow car, not their RV. Although the sites don’t have much vegetation, they are large, level and clean. The services were the newest and best we’ve ever had.
2 anos ás

Anónimo
Inglês (US)
We were in town for a dental conference for my wife. When I called to make the reservation I was greeted by a very disgruntled woman. After making my reservation I asked about a military discount which is 20%. The lady on the phone then began to grill me on my age, how many years of service I had, and why I was retired. I had to inform her it really wasn’t her business. Fast forward we arrive to check in and I was greeted by another lady who told me my retired id had to have been a fake since I didn’t look old enough to be out of the military or that I even looked like I had served at all. After about 10-15 minutes I was finally checked in. Escorted to my spot. Which was nice. OVERALL THE PARK IS GREAT. the only negative about it is that the water taste horrible. I beat in filters. We were there for a few days and my daughters and I were coming back from a neighborhood playground and one of the employees on his golf cart followed us to our site and as my 2 daughters were walking to my rv he began grilling me about why I was there and if I belonged in the park. That same night another park employee came by with a flashlight at about 9pm shining flashlights in windows looking at decals. I went outside and exchanged some words with him and told him that wasn’t a great idea to do that to my rv again. The day before I left I was reminded by the same guy that I was to be out the next morning. As I was loading up my stuff and car. Then the next morning as I am doing my final checks the great gentleman came by one more time to remind me that I was to be leaving within the next 2 hours. THERE IS NO WIFI AT THE PARK
3 anos ás

Anónimo
Inglês (US)
Although it's been taken over by an inefficient corporation, the onsite people are still great. Don't bother trying to reserve online or on the 800 number because that's where you run into the new "resort" nonsense. Call the direct line to the office and deal with their people. Sites are tight but adequate for an urban park. Everything is clean and well maintained. We didn't hear any highway noise and the park is quiet at night. Fairly dark which we like. WiFi works fine. Wide interior roads for easy in and out. Propane on site. Utilities all work well and the sites are level.
3 anos ás

Anónimo
Inglês (US)
NOTE: This park has very recently been purchased by Sun Resorts. That happened between when we made our reservation and when we arrived and we were not informed. Negatives: Check in takes a LONG LONG time so be prepared for that after a full travel day. They literally read you pages and pages of rules during check in. No WiFi provided at all, not even the standard RV park bad WiFi. So many dogs that their urine ran into the roads out of the little dog rest stop stations. Regular spots will have your slide inches from your neighbor's and still run $450/mo. Staff must park you and will tell you not to even look in your own mirrors (it's so strange). I witnessed a 5th wheel hit a car during the course of one of these "guided" parkings. Lots of traffic in not-very-wide roads all the time, makes walking tense sometimes. Water was turned off multiple times during our 30-day stay without notice. Certain members of the desk staff are really sarcastic, but no one wears name tags. The park is surrounded by agriculture and SMELLS LIKE POOP 24/7. There are "sewage vents" all around the park that also SMELL LIKE POOP 24/7. Lots of Air Force fighter jets flying over on a regular basis every single day. Entrance road is hard to see at night, so arrive during the day if you can help it. We had an insanely bright street light at our spot and had to black out our windows. Positives: 2 Pickleball courts that are well-maintained, plus other recreational facilities. Shower rooms are older, but are clean and have great pressure and endless hot water. Great lounge with library of books & DVDs, pool table, poker tables, TV, etc. Staff regularly clean the sites, patrol the park, etc. It feels clean and safe. Everybody on staff aside from the couple cranky desk people are very very friendly. The garbage and recycling area is the most organized and clean I've ever seen. Mail system and package delivery work well. The "deluxe" spots have a privacy fence which is nice since you're 2 inches apart. Laundry is very large and clean with plenty of machines and good prices. Super easy to refill propane at the main building and put it on your "tab." Other things to note: The park is very close to both Fry's and Wal-Mart but traffic in Buckeye is strangely horrible and the Wal-Mart parking lot is basically some circle of hell. The post office is in the older part of Buckeye and is also easy to get to. If you go down to that part of town, make sure to have breakfast at Sheep Camp.
3 anos ás

Anónimo
Inglês (US)
Real nice resort with all the hook ups laundry in propane . My stay over was quiet at night
3 anos ás