Date of Stay: April, 2010
I hosted a rally at this park for eighteen motorhomes. I found the owner to be extraordinarily helpful. He handled all registrations and furnished a meeting hall for our functions. We were invited to all park activities, including Sunday Champagne Brunch and two evening concerts. For a rustic setting in the Sonora Desert, there are activities planned every evening. There are no grassy spots or shade trees or sites on a lake because this is Tucson, Arizona, in the middle of a desert. There is cactus, desert sand, warm winters and sometimes blowing dust. Welcome to sunny Arizona. We love it here!
Date of Stay: November, 2009
This is a well run park for military families with access to base facilities. There are no amenities for children, but the base has a daycare center and playgrounds. The sites are large and easy to get into, and they are very well maintained. Most are concrete pad with gravel parking for tow cars, picnic table and benches. As with most military FamCamps, reservations are not accepted, but there is a large overflow section with electric. Stays are limited to two weeks when overflow is occupied, so overflow stays are usually short. The runways are on the other side of the base so jet noise is not a problem.