Pinnacle Farms RV site is a back in spot for vans, pop up campers and small travel trailers and RV's. We can accommodate up to about 28 foot trailers.
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Super Flexible
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out
- Response time: Within an hour
- Response rate: 97%
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Nearby Ponderosa Stables offers daily rides
Natural features you'll find at Pinnacle Farms RV partial hook ups in Arizona.
The vibe at Pinnacle Farms RV partial hook ups
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The farm is beautiful, and so nicely maintained!
We were placed in the full-hook up site for the first night by a relative of the host. We moved to the correct partial hook-up site the next morning.
The site is a narrow, short, rutted sandy dirt parking spot flanked by trees on both sides. No room for a rug so be prepared for tracking in dirt.
We enjoyed walking around looking at the fruit trees, listening to the birds and chickens. This is a working farm so you will hear the sounds of work being done during normal business hours.
Unfortunately, the farm is right on a main very busy road and traffic noise was bad, well into the wee hours of the morning. I did not sleep well, but hubby slept fine.
The water hookup is not a city water connection for either site. You fill your fresh water tank and will need to utilize your water pump, the same as you would without hookups. It wasn't an issue for us, but it may be for others.
If you tolerate city and traffic noise well, you'll feel right at home and get the added bonus of the sounds of a farm.
Safe, mostly private, some noise
I have a popup camper, so sound insulation doesn’t exist for me. The location is at the edge of Phoenix, but it isn’t a bucolic sanctuary of silence. You should be aware that a nearby road seems to host the favorite AZ evening pastime for locals: driving muscle cars (equipped with snappers) as loud as possible. Irritating, but par for the course from what I gather from Phoenix residents. It quiets down in the early morning though. Also, don’t believe the myth that roosters crow to announce the sunrise. They crow all the time, day and night. However, these issues don’t put me off from a location that is out of the way but still close to stores that I can get what I need quickly, be it hardware at Lowe’s or morning donuts at Dunkin. ;-)
I loved the farm fresh eggs, lemons, and pomegranates grown on site. The other campers (thankfully) left me alone for the four nights I stayed, though they were all friendly when encountered. The site manger, Mike, is a real character and fun to talk to. Lots of stories to tell, and very helpful if you need it.
Suggestions: Signage for site entry could be larger for visibility. Add some class 5 to the sites for better drainage. Add an outdoor, high DB access point at the house for better WiFi for campers. Warn folks of the bee colony when strolling at the far end of the farm — stung twice by those rascals!
Great place to stay good location n
The farm is really fun and the hosts are excellent. Make sure to bring some cash for the fresh produce, eggs, and excellent baked goods.
Very convenient to the amazing South mountain trail system. You can mountain bike directly from the ranch to the trails.
Do not expect quiet. Two busy roads and an exceptionally loud taco stand produce consistent noise.
Nice spot outside phoenix
Nice, convenient spot outside of Phoenix. We only stopped for one night but the hosts were communicative, friendly, and able to let us stay in an area where our truck-trailer could stay hitched for the night.
Janna and her dad were very helpful. It was nice to be able to buy fresh citrus right there.
It was noisy between farm work and lots of loud traffic at all hours of the night, though.