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We have a 40' motorhome and would like to spend Jan-Feb in southern Arizona or Palm Springs area. We are age 55/57, enjoy golf, swimming and any activities. We would like to find a nice RV destination resort in a warm area with nice pools, attractive grounds, preferably concrete pad for the RV....does anyone have any suggestions?

Thanks in advance!!
I would recommend two RV parks for your consideration. One is Beaudry RV Resort in Tucson and the other is Emerald Desert RV Resort in Palm Desert. Both of these are first class in all respects and I believe someone in your age category would enjoy either. biggrin.gif
Thanks very much for the quick response - we will put those on the list to look into!
You may want to take a look at Palm Creek RV and Golf Resort in Casa Grande, Arizona. A large, full amenities RV Resort with a 9 hole golf course on site and there are many other golf courses in and around Casa Grande. Located 1/2 way between Phoenix and Tucson - day trips to these cities is quick and easy. I believe their website is
biggrin.gif Check out the web site for Tombstone Territories RV Park in Huachuca City, AZ
which is near Sierra Vista, AZ. Three golf courses within 20 minute drive from Park. Park has a nice Pitch and Putt course. Nice pool and spa. Lots of activities in huge recreation room. Sites are 100 x 80. Gravel but has nice cement patio with nice new picnic table. Park is only 10 minutes away from the historic town of Tombstone and 30 minute drive from old west mining town Bisbee.
Only a 30+minute drive to big town of Tucson. Park is centrally located from many beautiful sights to see and lots of ghost towns. You will love this park.
Real nice laundry rooms and everything is so clean.
Their web site is: It has some very nice photos to look at.
Thanks very much for these great ideas. We appreciate it!! tongue.gif
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