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RV Park: Quail Ridge RV Park (Mayer, Arizona)

  • On November 11, 2013

RV Day #9: Time to move from Capri RV Resort to Quail Ridge RV Park. We jumped on I-8E and have a 3-4 hour drive. With colder weather approaching, we had researched a good location to stay that wouldn’t have temperatures below freezing and would allow us to explore somewhat North Arizona with the Mini Cooper – Red Rocks of Sedona, Bearizona, Montezuma Castle, and the Grand Canyon.

PIC: Quail Ridge RV Park


14246 S. Highway 69
Mayer, AZ. 86333


Drive Day Forecast: Mostly Sunny – High 82°

More Info

Quail Ridge RV Park

Good Sam Club
Passport America

Distance Traveled

Arrive: Nov.11
Depart: Nov.15 (heading to Mesa, AZ)

~244 miles from Yuma, AZ to Mayer, AZ

I-8E: What’s that smell?

It’s a huge cattle ranch…

Roadtrip: I-8E: Cattle Ranch Smell

Roadtrip: I-8E: Cattle Ranch Smell

Roadside Attractions

Best Western Space Age Lodge
401 E Pima St, Gila Bend, AZ

We didn’t stop to eat here… just passing through as we have a long enough drive.

"The Best Western Space Age Lodge, a Gila Bend landmark, was one of five futuristic-themed lodges opened by Al Stovall, a friend of President Eisenhower and supplier of metals and plastics to the Federal Government during WWII. The Lodge opened in 1965 and was the fifth Best Western establishment in Arizona." –

Dinosaur in Gila Bend, AZ (off Hwy 85)

PIC: Dinosaur in Gila Bend, AZ

Snapshop passing by from the highway – where the Phoenix Cardinals play.

PIC: University of Phoenix Stadium

We’re really starting to spot the sea of cactus around…

Arrived Safely at Quail Ridge RV Park

View of the entrance and a few lots.

PIC: Quail Ridge RV Park

That’s the office.

PIC: Quail Ridge RV Park

To the left and downhill is their Clubhouse open 24hrs – showers, bathrooms, laundry, and cable TV. We used and enjoyed their shower facilities. We’ve made a habit of showering after setting up the RV. It feels good washing off a long drive.

PIC: Quail Ridge RV Park

PIC: Quail Ridge RV Park

There’s Bill getting ready to setting up the RV. He’s getting the routine down:
– hook up electricity & sewer
– turn off electricity in the RV before turning on the 50amp/30amp
– position the jack pads for gravel terrain
– take down the portabote and surfboards

PIC: Quail Ridge RV Park

They had a few empty lots and allowed us to walk around and choose which spot we wanted. We chose the one farthest from the highway and with a view of the valley. We had more long-term neighbors on both sides. The RV park has a middle of nowhere feeling, privacy, peace & quiet and currently only $340/month to stay here (electricity not included).

PIC: Quail Ridge RV Park

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Quail Ridge RV Park (Mayer, AZ)

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On This Day In History


  1. WOW… you guys are like RICKY and LUCY…. these photos are so cool. Looks like Billy is losing weight due to lack of plate lunches… we need more photos of you guys in the photos… especially MAYA….

    Miss you in WAIKIKI… it’s just not the same without the DW and MS

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