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I forgot how much I paid - it was a monthly rate. From my research, in the Tucson area you have sole RV parks that are old and basic and Mobile Home parks with RV spaces. Far Horizons is the latter. It does have a lot of spaces. About 3 rows towards the entrance and others around the park. The people are friendly. The location is good. There are activities to partake in. It has a very nice pool and activity area. I can't think of a negative. The park was just sold to a large RV park group.

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I stayed a month. The rate is the daily rate for a month excluding electricity. This is the best for appearance and amenities, work out room, pool, restaurant, bar, bowling. The ground surface is either cement or asphalt - no dirt. The staff is very nice and helpful. If you are staying a long time I would highly recommend it.

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The park is run down and needs the roads repaired. If you have a large RV it would be better to find a larger park. If you must be in the area, there are not many options. The rotund man behind the desk gave the impression he was being put out by checking me in. Lots were very close and mostly shady. Sites were gravel and featured a picnic table.

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Very shaded sites, closest RV park to park entrance, nice helpful staff, fires were allowed when I stayed - they sell firewood.

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I've stayed there to do some hiking of the Colorado 14ers. Good location (can walk to town and close to mountains), good rates, and good management. The couple running it try to make a good community atmosphere and have been improving the park as time goes on. I think this is the 3rd year for them. Nice double wide trailer used as a community center. Bathrooms are cleaned daily.

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I'll keep this simple - stay away if you can - this is a very overpriced run down RV park.