Date of Stay:
June, 2016 -
The GOOD: Easy freeway access (I-10). Amenities include two pools and hot tubs, mini golf, exercise room, and laundry. The park is well kept and clean. Staff is friendly. Laundry machines take debit cards. There's a bar/restaurant on site that makes fabulous wings and the Blue Moon beer tasted great after a hot day of moving the trailer. A small on-site store has essentials available. Majority of sites are pull-through and large enough for big rigs. Sites also have citrus fruit trees and guests are encouraged to pick the fruit. WiFi worked consistently the whole month. Dog run/play area is huge and has grass which is a rare site in the summer in Tucson. Several people (like my mobile RV mechanic) that know the parks of Tucson have stated this one of the nicest. I appreciated parking under the large shaded area of solar panels since it was routinely 105-110 degrees while I was there.
The BAD: Area outside of park is a little sketchy. A large wall surrounds and gated guard on duty at night. Feels safe inside. Access to stores and restaurants is not as convenient because park is in a more industrial part of town. A few days with water issues and water was off for several hours each time while being fixed. We camped at Tucson / Lazydays KOA in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay:
May, 2016 -
The GOOD: Great location in NW Tucson with easy freeway access (I-10, exit 250) and close to a large variety of shops and restaurants. Amenities are good with a large clubhouse that includes: pool and hot tub, exercise room, library, games, billiards, kitchen, recreation room, laundry, and ice/pop machine.
Long term residents are welcoming, helpful, and get together often for potlucks, cards, planned activities in the rec. room. The calendar on the website shows the activities available.
Bathrooms were very clean, with good water pressure. Majority of sites are pull-through and large enough for big rigs.
The BAD: Wifi is complimentary but often did not work. There are a lot of long term residents and mobile homes that have the premium sites occupied (those with shade and trees). If you have a dog, you're limited to the back of the park - a large gravel parking lot area with no shade. Dog run is small and also gravel. Park is older so looks a bit dated. We camped at South Forty RV Ranch (55+ Park) in a Travel Trailer.