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Probably the best deal in Willcox, if you have to stop there. Must be an elks member. Side by side sites are a little close together, but the park was nearly empty when I visited. Good wifi. No amenities, but decent place to overnight.

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This is a crowded, older park, but a bargain at the passport america rate, which includes cable tv. Easy to get to from the interstate, a little tricky for longer rigs to navigate through, sites very close together but room for slides on both sides. Customer service excellent.

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Decent place for an overnight if you are coming through on I-8 - otherwise, it's a little out of the way. For visiting Casa Grande, it's one of the farthest parks out of town - about 8 miles. The bad - long drive into town. The good - it's super quiet at night. There is a nice little golf course about 3 miles away. It really is in kind of a desolate area, though, and not particularly pretty. The customer service was very friendly, as were all the local residents. The weekly rate was not a good deal, since you have to pay for electric. I tried to conserve all week, and ended up paying more for the weekly rate plus electric than I would have just paying the daily rate, which included electric. With that being said, it was a bargain anyway. The park is clean and well maintained. There is wifi for purchase, and although it is expensive, it is good quality broadband.

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I find this park hard to rate - it's an excellent location, the customer service is superb, and the weekly rate is reasonable for the location. The park is in great condition, and they expend a lot of effort keeping it that way. With that being said, it's really just a small parking lot near downtown Tucson. It's not right off the interstate, but was still pretty noisy. The sites are somewhat close together, but there is plenty of room for slides on both sides. Parking of tow/towed vehicles is very tight. There was wifi, but it was broken for four days of my stay, and they could not fix it. On the one night that the park was full to capacity, my electric heater would not operate. It was fine after the park thinned out again, so it may have been an electrical issue with the park being so full. Still, I can't say enough about how great the customer service was. The location is fantastic for getting around Tucson, and very close to downtown and the University area. Cell service is great.

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Great value at the PA rate. The resort is large, packed full of amenities and activities, including a 9 hole golf course. Everything is in impeccable condition. Customer service was very friendly and knowledgeable. The only thing I rated this park down for was the pull thru parking area. The spots are all wedge-shaped, with a very narrow side and a wide side. Utilities are on a shared pedestal, so rigs are parked driver's side to driver's side. Each site is a little different, but due to the odd shapes, you might have trouble getting slides out within your space, or reaching the utilties, or you may have to choose between those two things. As it was, there were only a handful of people there, so it was not an issue, but had the park been full, it would have been a big problem. Nearly every rig in this section was lapsed over some part of their marked off area. I went to look at the back-in section, and there was no such problem there. Those sides are very spacious. One advantage of the pull thru section, though, was that it was much farther away from the interstate, and you could barely hear the traffic from there. Wifi was typical park wifi, slowed to a crawl every so often, but ok for email and light browsing. Verizon was strong. Lots of o/a tv, provided you speak Spanish!

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Its a little hard to rate this park. I stopped here for a week to play golf, and I had a great time at the little golf course. It was really nice not to have to drive anywhere to play. The people in the golf course were fantastic. With that being said, the RV spot itself didn't have much to recommend it. I paid for dry camping at the weekly rate. Had it not been for the golf course, I would never have paid this much for dry camping. Therefore, I wouldn't recommend the park to anyone not wanting to use the golf course. Also, the people in the park office were friendly, but not all on the same page. For instance, they told me I could dump and get water for free if I was staying in the dry camp area, but then they charged my friend $6 for dumping when he left. It was kind of difficult to make the reservation, because the girl was not knowledgeable about the park, and when I arrived, the person on duty made rude comments about the people working on the weekend. Not a lot of professionalism in the office... The area has a fair amount of traffic noise, and several nights, military helicopters hovering overhead for what seemed like hours. I might return here to golf again, but I would never stay here again otherwise. The parking spots are very close together, as noted in earlier reviews, but there were a lot of empty spots. There is a grocery store and home depot within walking distance. Cell service is good. I was able to get the free wifi in my rig with an antenna, and it worked well.

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The amenities and activities at this place are first rate, thought most activities are geared towards kind of an older crowd (late 70s and 80s). I really enjoyed the desert golf and disc golf areas. The pools, spas and game areas are in great shape and very inviting. There is not only a cafe and convenience store present, but twice a week, a man shows up with a truckload of produce for sale. Cell service is decent, and the wifi is typical bad rv park wifi - ok for light browsing and mail. I wasn't so crazy about the parking space. Not only were we jammed in pretty close side to side, but there are shared utility posts, making access difficult for some. In addition, there is no policy about parking orientation, so some people are pulled in frontways, while most are backed in. It's all pretty random. The person next to me pulled in frontways, so their front door and patio furniture were literally right at my doorstep, removing the tiny bit of privacy that you normally have in these parks. I did see another parking area where the sites were much wider and everyone parked correctly, so it depends on where you park. The rate we got (as a group) was fantastic, but I have to admit I looked at the regular rates, and I'm not sure I would pay that, as nice of a place as it was. The customer service was exceptional.

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The rate is a monthly rate, with electric added in. I stayed at this park for one reason - to be able to access the bike trail that runs through Tucson. I didn't expect to enjoy the park much, as it is a bare bones park without any landscaping or greenery. As it turns out, I thoroughly enjoyed my stay. The people who run it are super friendly and very concerned with keeping people happy. There were a few full time residents who were very friendly as well. The park is a great value at the monthly rate.

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Hard place to rate - the pool, common areas, amenities and activities are first rate, but the actual camp sites are awful. The sites are long, but you are packed very tight side to side. Wifi was unusably slow. It wasn't bad for an overnight with the Passport America discount. I encountered a lot of permanent residents and they were all very friendly.

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I visited in September, when the park was nearly empty, so I really can't rate the activities. There is only a small pool and clubhouse, and a few areas for games such as horseshoes, but it's really not a resort. Most of the sites are park models, and they are all very modern and well kept. The overnight sites are clean and all utilities in good condition, but they are close together and there is barely any landscaping, let alone shade. Verizon was strong. The wifi worked well, but it may only have been because there was hardly anyone in the park. The area around the park is a little desolate, as the park is a few miles out of town. It's very quiet, but there are street lights that are pretty bright at night - needed blackout shades.

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I specifically wanted to stay at this place to play golf. I called for a reservation and asked if I would be able to play (as an overnight guest). I was told yes. I made the reservation for the next week. I arrived and learned that the golf course had been closed for some time, and was not scheduled to open for another month. I also learned that most of the resort's other amenities were similarly closed for the season. Had I known this in advance, I never would have stayed here. It's an inconvenient location, far from anything interesting in the area, and you have to listen to jets from the Air Force Base periodically. While they are not flying full time, when they do go by, its quite jarring. They fly at night as well. With that aside, the resort itself is beautiful, with the exception of the overnight spots. They are bare and ugly, and a long walk from the pool and laundry room. You really need a golf cart to get around because of the size of the resort. Verizon signal was a little weak, but the wifi was good. Access to overnight sites was easy, as was navigating through the park. Customer service was all over the map, ranging from superb (guy who parked me) to average (most of front office staff) to just plain rude (lady who checked me in). One very inconvenient aspect of this place - not a garbage can or dumpster to be found anywhere. There is curbside trash pickup two days a week, and that is it. The instructions are to have your trash out before 7 am, and then they tell you that if you put it out at night and an animal gets into it, you are responsible for the cleanup. Also, all utilities are at the back of the site, and you might need extension cords. I will not return to this place.

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Easy to get to, convenient location. Although it's right off a busy highway, it's set back into the trees, attenuating the traffic noise somewhat. Site was very long and level, though quite narrow. A little tight driving through the park, but not horrible. Customer service was good. Wifi was good, as was Verizon signal.

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This would be a reasonable overnight stop for anyone under about 38 feet (and that is pushing it). Previous reviews have said they were allowed to stick out into the road, but it appears they are putting in a new row of sites, and this is no longer an option. I had to unhitch my 27" trailer. The park is on a big slope, so you will need to level side to side. Utilities are in very good condition and appear new. Very weak verizon, available sporadically. Weak wifi, only available at one place over in the resort. No o/a tv channels. You have to go across the highway to pay, but there is a tunnel underneath the road. The gift shop and restaurant are nice and the customer service good.

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A little pricey for water and electric only, in a noisy parking lot. The water at my site was locked up, but I was able to fill my tank from the site next to me. The sites are very close together, and you wouldn't be able to put out slides if they were all filled. There was only one other rig when I was there, so it was no problem. Free wifi from several local businesses with an antenna. Good verizon. The people in the lodge were super friendly.

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Rustic place, with tons of personality. Most of the park is full time residents, but its a charming place, not a typical trailer park. Getting in and out was a little tight, but not horrible. The site was unlevel side to side, and the utilites not convenient for an unhitched travel trailer. Great bargain at the PA rate.