Welcome to Q View RV Park!

(Under new ownership – formerly B10 RV Park & Campground)

Sitting in the heart of the Sonoran Desert, Q View RV Park located in Southwest Arizona is named after its beautiful view of the Quartz Mountain directly to the Northeast. Boasting over 120 campsites, 32 full hookup sites, year round campsites designed for any rig size, our area provides one of the most biologically dense and diverse desert experiences in the United States. Q View campground offers easy “in and out” access to our park with bathrooms and showers, full laundry facility, a public pavilion area, pet walk and WiFi. Get to know other Q View “campers” through activities such as Bingo, Games, Potlucks or Holiday Parties. For those interested in exploring the area around Quartzsite, hiking old Indian trails where you may find old pottery chards, rock outcroppings with petroglyphs and Intaglios are close by. If watching spectacular wildlife shows is your interest, Kofa Wildlife Refuge just a short drive away provides some of the best shows in the area. However you look at it, Q View RV Campground is the perfect place for a night, week or month stay. We hope to see you soon!

    5 star review  I can't tell you how much we enjoyed our stay at B10. Joe and Tracy are wonderful hosts who made our stay so very comfortable. Coffee every morning... read more

    thumb Shelly Moore
    April 3, 2021

    4 star review  So far on my 2nd day here have nothing but appreciation for Management , Residents and Parks condition ..Quiet , Convenient , Clean and Simple , and Very Dog Friendly...... read more

    thumb J. Scott McConchie (Scott)
    September 12, 2021

    5 star review  I do not stay at B10. I stay at a neighboring park. But I visit there frequently when I walk My Boys (dogs) and I've enjoyed the people and... read more

    thumb Croc Sheesh
    September 7, 2021

    star rating  We stayed one night here on our way across the desert. Nice simple park, pull thrus are very spacious and level. Dirt and gravel throughout, a few sparse trees. The... read more

    February 1, 2020

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