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  My mom and I got turned away for having a cargo trailer Conversion at another place but called B10 and Harry, Tracey, and Joe were not at all picky about... read more

    thumb Eli Jah
    January 17, 2021

    5 star review  Great welcome & caring people Helped us figure how to set up our camp.We were first time campers Would plan my next trip to stay at this campground.

    thumb Carol Webb
    July 12, 2021

    5 star review  Tracey and Joe were great with accommodations for my monthly stays. They made us all feel like a big family. They provided a safe Thanksgiving dinner for guests, everyone enjoyed... read more

    thumb The Tin Can Adventures
    January 26, 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

    htrev07
    February 1, 2020

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