Coyote Howls West Rv Park site-39

Coyote Howls WEST RV Park in Why, Arizona

We stayed at the CoyoteHowls WEST RV park for one night on February 18, 2017. We were on our way from Phoenix to Tucson and chose this RV park for its proximity to Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument. We arrived at the campground at 1pm and the camp host was helpful and friendly in setting us up with a site.

The RV park had a natural feel in a good way. There were plenty of palm trees, shrubs and tall grass around the park and in between sites, providing a good separation between sites. We were at site 29 and our 24 foot travel trailer and truck (detached and parked sideways) fit in with no problem. The park is quite close to the main road, but you can barely notice the car noise. Overall the RV park was very quiet, including at night.

Location

Internet / Wifi connection speed

In the evening at 7pm we attempted to measure the WiFi connection speed, however at that time the WiFi was flaky and the Speedtest app could not even make a measurement. The next morning it fared much better; here are internet speed test results taken at 8am on Sunday, February 19, 2017.

Download MbpsUpload MbpsPing ms
RV Park WiFi13.602.1231
T-Mobile phone1.532.6061
AT&T phone2.080.81197
Verizon MiFi0.380.161790

Quick info

  • We paid $20 for one night’s stay.
  • Cash only.
  • Reservable only by phone.
  • Full hookups: 30amp / water / sewer.
  • http://coyotehowls.net/

Learn More

Finally, make sure to check out these videos on YouTube, and don't forget to subscribe to our channel to be notified when we publish new videos!

Previous postOrgan Pipe Cactus National MonumentNext postSaguaro National Park

More like this...

,
Organ Pipe Cactus at Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument
National Parks

Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument

Sunday 11th February, 2018

This is the first post in series of blog posts about a road trip we took around Arizona and New Mexico in February of 2017. After driving from Phoenix and setting up our rented RV for the first time we had an afternoon to explore the Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument. [...]

View of Justin’s Diamond J RV Park
Campground Reviews

Justin's Diamond J RV Park in Tucson, Arizona

Wednesday 14th February, 2018

We stayed at Justin's Diamond J RV park for one night on Feb 19, 2017 to explore the nearby Saguaro National Park. This park seems to be catered towards longer term stay as it has lots of activities, for example mini-golf, bocce ball and walking trails that start right off the RV park. The sites were reasonably large, though there wasn't much vegetation to separate the sites. We were at site 39 and our 24 foot trailer and truck fit fine. When we stayed here in February the park was packed, but it was still quiet at night. [...]

Welcome to New Mexico Sign
Campground Reviews

Sunny Acres RV Park, Las Cruces, New Mexico

Saturday 17th February, 2018

We stayed at the Sunny Acres RV Park in Las Cruces, New Mexico one night as the base for exploring the White Sands National Monument. The RV Park by itself was quite quiet, however there are train tracks nearby. There were trains going through the night and they make really loud noises that did wake us up several times. [...]