Date of Stay: December, 2014
As stated in another review, if you are not looking for a swimming pool, gym, or breakfast delivered to your door this is the place to stay. Although this park does not have the amenities that some of the other parks have if you are looking for peace and quiet this is the place to stay. The owners will go out of there way to make your stay the best ever. There is a tiki hut with flowing water to calm your nerves. At the end of a crazy day of sightseeing, you can also have a party under the hut with advance notice to the owners. I definitely will return. All sights have spacious concrete patios. Please take note that this is a 55+ park.
Date of Stay: October, 2011
This is an excellent park, we stay here each year for the winter. What we enjoy the most is the excellent hiking trails which is adjacent to the park. The park has very good maps of the trails and are highly recommended as some people seem to get lost. I must say I was at the park when the previous writers husband got lost and the individual overseeing the park told her to call 911 as he is only 1 person and 30,000 acres is impossible for one person to search in, she called 911 and the sheriff found her husband at their RV. I personally feel that this should be noted as this is an excellent park and friendly staff who will go out of there way to make your stay the absolute best possible.
Date of Stay: November, 2010
WOW! All sites now have fine new gravel. Also has two WiFi systems and DSL at the clubhouse. New activities include a BIG dog run, mini golf, pitch and putt plus planned activities: December- March. Very neat and clean. Wonderful hiking trails. Has big 2000 square foot sites. Glad we came back: stayed here winter 09 and again winter 2010.
Date of Stay: January, 2010
We found this park purely by accident and am very glad we did. The park is adjacent to the Saguaro National Park with all kinds of cacti and wildlife out our back window. It is so peaceful and quiet, every once in a while a military plane might fly over, no big deal. The owners are two of the nicest people I have met in our travels, they will do whatever it takes to make your stay the greatest. There are well marked hiking trails connected to the park, that take you through the Saguaro National Park. There are all kinds of activities during the winter months, not sure about the summer months, however if you're like me and enjoy the peace and quiet, activities are not needed. I just enjoy the tranquility of the park. We are full timers who plan to stay here annually. In my personal opinion you will not find a nicer park in Tucson at any price.
Date of Stay: August, 2009
This park is the biggest joke I have seen and experienced. To begin, their website states they are pet friendly, however one of the very first signs you see when you enter the park notes: all pets must be walked out of park, across street on county property which consists of broken glass. This is an area where homeless people live. Needless to say it's not safe or pet friendly! The office staff has a serious attitude problem and are not friendly. We were in the very back, backed up against their storage lot. The entire time we were here, we did not feel safe because the RV's in storage were broken into at least once a week. Everytime my dog barked during the night I felt like I needed to get up and check my property out. Also had police choppers flying over all the time chasing criminals. The electricity hookups were still World War II aluminum wiring which has caused numerous problems. The owners refuse to update. There are a couple of positives. The club house is nice and there's a nice pool and hot tub. Also, the park is next to interstate 10 and a major, busy 24/7, east-west railroad track. They have a sound barrier wall but it does not work very well. Would not recommend this park to anyone. We stayed for 2 months until we could find something else.
Date of Stay: January, 2009
This is a no frills park for the overnight guest. The park is surrounded by cows and wheat fields with the smell of cow dung. Also not far down the road is National Beef where cattle are processed: when the wind is from that direction, the odor can be overwhelming. The park is also about a hundred yards from a major east-west railroad track, in which about every 30 minutes a train comes through all night and all day. Needless to say they blow their whistle when coming through, hard to sleep. The wind can be really bad as there are no trees or other structures to block it. The dirt road leading into the park can be really bad at most times, however it is a county road which means park owners are not responsible for maintaining it. They have a single building which contains restrooms, showers, hot tub, washers and dryers and a pool table. They say the building also doubles as a shelter, however if there was a tornado coming through I'd feel safer in hanging onto a telephone pole, as it is a metal building on a concrete slab. Can't say enough for the owners who were very friendly and accommodating. You arrive at the park, find a site and owners will be around later to collect. Propane is available on site, however if your willing to drive about 5 miles into town, you'll save money at the local propane supplier. Will stay again if passing through, will just have a pair of earplugs handy.