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Pioneer RV Resort (55+ park), Phoenix, Arizona

Date of Stay: January, 2007 - $30.00
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We are here for the next 3 months. The park is just a mile from Anthem, so shopping and some nice little restaurants are nearby, as well as an Outlet Mall. The pull through sites are all dirt, and very close to each other. We found an empty site in the park model section with a nice paved patio and some desert shrubs behind it, but it was a tight squeeze getting our living room slide out without hitting the utility stump. Once settled in, it is a nice space for our 40 footer. It is a nice, quiet park with an indoor pool, and a few activities available for those interested. The Pioneer Living History Museum is right next door and an interesting way to spend a day. This park isn't sold out like most of the other RV parks in the Phoenix area during winter months, which is why we are here. They have cable television for a fee, and wireless internet for a reasonable fee. Plus, there is a cell tower on a nearby mountain and we get the best reception we have ever had on our broadband wireless air card in our laptop. It is 10 miles north of the Loop 101 and just 1 mile north of the Carefree Highway, with so it is close to the spring training games in Peoria, or the many sights in Scottsdale. A very nice, quiet little retreat from the big city. The office staff was courteous and very helpful. We camped at Pioneer RV Resort (55+ park) in a Motorhome.

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Viewpoint RV & Golf Resort (55+ park), Mesa, Arizona

Date of Stay: January, 2006 - $30.00
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We have stayed here for three different winter seasons, ranging from 3 to 6 months each time. This is a park model community with about 1/3 of the spaces available for RVs. Some of the spaces are sandwiched between park models and some are in the newer section that is mostly empty spaces. The newer section has cement driveway and patio pads and very wide sites. Rates include instant telephone and cable television. The park is completely full from January to March. There are so many clubs, activities and entertainment that no one will be without something to do. They have the best New Year's Eve party in the area and it is always sold out. There is an 18 hole golf course, and a 9 hole course, and both women's and men's leagues, plus couple's leagues on alternating Sundays. They have a wonderful tennis center, and a full size baseball field, complete with bleachers and snack bar. There are 3 pools, excellent spa and exercise facilities. We love it here, and will probably buy one of the park models when we are ready to stop using our motor home. The homes range in size and price from $30k to $130k. Highly recommended for a great winter resort location. Like most RV parks in the area, they have very low occupancy during the summer months. My only complaint would be that the restaurant in the golf club closes too early on Saturday and Sunday, and the golf courses are closed on holidays. Other than that, this is a great, upscale RV resort. We camped at Viewpoint RV & Golf Resort (55+ park) in a Motorhome.

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Pismo Sands RV Park, Oceano, California

Date of Stay: June, 2005 - $35.00
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We have stayed here twice for 2 weeks and 4 weeks. It is a very nice park for short stays. Most of the sites are pull through with side by side hookups, which we don't like because your patio looks at your neighbors patio and there are space conflicts depending on the size and type of RV next to you. There is nice grass everywhere, but the landscapers move your picnic table and other items when they mow the grass and don't always move them back. The park is gated and very secure, and the nicest we have seen in the Pismo area. The rear section of the park has a lot of full timers and that section tends to be a bit trashy. We camped at Pismo Sands RV Park in a Motorhome.

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Marina Dunes RV Park, Marina, California

Date of Stay: June, 2005 - $65.00
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We have spent 3 to 4 months here for 3 different summers. Half of the park has small spaces, and the other half has large ones, with some of them being very large, and private. Our 40' motor home had plenty of room for slides on both sides and room to park the car in front. Each site has a brick patio and fireplace. Shrubs or wood fences separate the sites. The nightly rates are high, but are greatly reduced on a monthly basis. It is the closest RV park to Monterey. The beach is nearby, but requires climbing up and down some high sand dunes. Golf is nearby at Bayonet/Black Horse Golf Club located at Fort Ord, and there are many other courses in the Monterey Bay area. We love it there, and are going to spend the summer there again in 2007. The only negative is that the park backs up to Highway 1 and there is some traffic noise. Sites not backed up to the highway access road, back up to the tent area, which can be loud, at times. We camped at Marina Dunes RV Park in a Motorhome.

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