Quail Loop is the oldest of the three loops with electric and water hookups for RVs and sites here are generally smaller and closer together than the next two RV loops, Red-Tail Hawk and Cooper’s Hawk.
The payoff is more mature trees for shade and being a little closer to the entrance, the Verde River and the lagoons, but you pay an extra $5/night for these benefits.
There is high demand for this loop especially in the summer due to more protection from the blaring sun. The bathroom – showers building in this loop has been renovated and sites here are a bit closer to the river and the lagoons.
I saw some comments that if you have multiple slides, you should check to make sure all will be able to extend, but it looked to me like only a few sites would have that kind of issue. There are still several sites suitable for big rigs.
All except Site #25 have 30/50 amp electric and water at each site. One ADA accessible site (#30).
Coming around the first corner, Site #3 shows there are sites large enough for big rigs even in this smaller loop.
Sites 5 & 6 are examples of sites being a little closer together than in the newer loops.
Site #14 is a really shady one.
Entering the interior sites section, a street scene with Site #27 on the left.
Rounding the corner, the one ADA site in this loop (#30) is on the left.
Of course that site has easy access to the restroom – showers. This building has been renovated and looks nicer than the older buildings in the other two loops.
Site #38 is an example of a smaller site.
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