About Tucsonbenz

Avid Pickleball player and Roving Pickleball Ambassador for 5 years. Fulltiming for over 12 years. Been to 48 states and Canada a dozen times. Well over 130,000 miles driven in our Motorhome.

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Probably the best "overall " deal in this area. The convenience of this resort is the name of the tune. It is gated, which is a plus, and they have excellent pickleball courts (which we really love). Also personal trainers which are a different touch for an RV facility.

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What a lovely little find this jewel was. Only 8 or 9 sites, but neat as a pin and very well managed. Very hands on by the owner. This is not a RESORT, this is an actual farm and we loved it. A little ways out of town but we would highly recommend this spot. We stayed in a 45' motor home and it was a little snug but very do-able.

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Small campground with boat launch right on the Columbia River. Decent sized pull throughs, however not big enough for 45' plus tow. Clean, obviously well managed, decent view. Needs better 'close-in' directions to campground. If you miss the correct street it's not fun. We'd recommend it to others.

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We have stayed at this facility many times. Over the years the foliage has grown in nicely and it's become an even nicer park. The addition of Pickleball is a nice touch as well. Excellent resort style restrooms at all remote pools. Excellent resort style swimming pools throughout the resort.

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We've stayed at the Ambassador before when traveling through this area. I'm a little concerned that it's turning a little bit trashy. Boats, older cars, extra vehicle on sites etc. On the plus side the entry roads and in-between roads are extremely wide and easily to navigate, even for the biggest rigs. Underground sprinklers are also a nice plus so your coach does not get water stained.

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Stunning star-filled nights really illuminate this campground. Is it a resort? No. Is it basic camping at it's best? Yes. Easy driving distance to the Grand Canyon and beautiful Route 89 and 89A. Big enough even for our 45' motorhome. Don't miss this hidden gem if on the north side of the Grand Canyon.

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A brand new, wonderful RV resort with all the amenities. We stayed here in our 45' motorhome. Each spacious, concrete pad site has it's own gas firepit and a private patio. Terrific location close by to the resort town of Ruidoso. The resort has a mutual relationship with nearby Rainmaker Resort (about 2 miles away) that has a full service restaurant, 18 hole championship golf course, spa etc. Brand new resort. Book this one early in Spring of 2016 as it surely will book up early. Awesome ! We'd highly recommend it to others.

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A very reasonable price and a good location! Not the best for a 45 foot rig, although we did spy a few in the park. Expect to have a fairly close neighbor. Power and wifi were good.

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Excellent location while in Albuquerque, just minutes from downtown. This well kept park offers a free daily breakfast along with good cable, power, and other amenities. Our coach is 45' long so we like to stay in the newer section that has several sites that stretch out to around 70'.

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Without question the best RV Resort/park in the Las Vegas area. Tons of sites, lots of swimming pools, even a decent restaurant at the entrance to the facility. Excellent power, good WiFi, decent amount of room between sites. Apparently well managed. Our rig is 45 foot long.

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Best location in Vegas. Sadly no more than parking lot. The power is good here, easy in / easy out being close to the Interstate is a plus (no noise) The Casino sadly is getting a little long in the tooth. The park; however is kept clean and tidy and you see an occasional security patrol.

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This facility is in the middle of no where, but it's clean, flat, tidy and it has good power. A good spot to spend the night on the way coming or going to Las Vegas. Not a lot to do here. Just an over night stay on the way to or from Las Vegas.

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So, this park is out in the middle of no where. But, the sites are level, the WiFi is fine, the electricity is fine and it's clean, neat and well kept.

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This tidy little park is just north of Eugene right off the Interstate, but the noise was actually quite minimal. The park is adding a few new sites but was not interfering with our stay. Very crowded during football season on he weekends. The facility is easy to navigate and quite clean, good power, decent Wi-Fi. We would stay here again. We stayed here in our 45 foot motorhome.

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Excellent location. Very near the city of Coeur d'Alene. This park is not actually in Coeur d'Alene, but rather Post Falls just a mile or two away. We stayed in our 45' RV and there are not that many sites here that easily accept our size. But for 40 footers and below should be fine.