21 Parks near Marana, Arizona
Jun 2016 - $42.00
Conveniently right off I-10 freeway but could not hear any noise. Older park under new management. 1/2 mfg homes - 1/2 RV park -- RV park 1/3 full perm residence - 1/3 short term - 1/3 vacant. Not very social - only saw 4 or 5 people during our 3 days but lets be honest the temp was around 110 s-o-o-o nobody venturing outside. Hosts are new and have lived there since March 2016 - very friendly and helpful. Scenery was underwhelming - flat as a pancake with mountains in the distance. Our site had shade in the PM however full blast sun in the AM. This park is geared for snowbirds in the cooler months during the winter which according to hosts is packed during the winter, very social and one large block party.
This is a reasonably OK place to stay for 1 or 2 nights (during the summer heat) but no more than that unless you like relentless heat. There is a Family Dollar, MacDonald's, Circle K, and a bar close by but that is it. Tucson is about 25 minutes away and that is were the attractions are located. Pull-through site easy access and exit. Utilities were in good condition and worked well. Wi-Fi OK however don't expect TV without a satellite dish. There is no convenience store on sight. Pool is maintained along with Jacuzzi. Propane refills available on site. This is definitely NOT a resort just a basic no frills RV park. - Camino Travelers
May 2016 - $31.00
Stayed here close to grandchildren. Nice park with nice pool, hot tub and very friendly people. The hosts were awesome and so helpful. - rvjubilee
Apr 2016 - $41.00
A little over priced for what we got. Lousy slow 2nd rate WiFi. Densely compacted trailer park created a uncomfortable feeling. No designated dog park. Won`t be back. - zzzya
Feb 2016 - $13.00
The customer service here was outstanding - unfortunately, that's about the only good thing about this park. It would be a good value as an overnight, just to get off the road, except it's such a dilapidated and inconveniently designed facility. The sites are very unlevel, and the utilities inconveniently placed. They are mostly dirt, and you can tell from the wear on the dirt that this would not be a good place to be if it were raining. I wanted to just pull in without unhitching, but to get my trailer on the only level spot where I didn't have to unhitch, I couldn't hook up to the sewer. Also, there is no potable water here, but they graciously give you a large bag of bottled water when you arrive. There is wifi available in the little clubhouse, but they turn it off until someone asks to use it, so it is only available when the office is open. I actually would have rated this park overall much lower, had it not been for the great customer service. - KAP99
Feb 2016 - $13.00
Park is convenient to I-10 on/off. There is nothing particularly fancy about this park, but its location is good, and the Passport America price is good.
It rained while we were there (not particularly common for January) and the puddles were quite large and both in front and behind the RV site. They made it challenging to be able to walk all the way around our rig and we needed to consider where to park the tow vehicle to ensure that we could get into it without needing boots. - pattic777
Nov 2015 - $25.00
This is an easy on/off I-10. The sites are not real level and the water hook up needs a 90 degree attachment in order to work correctly. The restrooms were locked because of the holiday, and there is no wifi. We stayed here because it was close to our friends and for one night it would do again. - Al and Anne-Marie
Apr 2016 - $20.00
This is a Pima County operated campground, well isolated from Tucson, and consisting of three established loops in an attractive Saguaro desert setting. The tall saguaros are a common feature and some sites have multiple saguaros. We camped in Loop A where there are good panoramic views of the desert and mountains. Only a few sites of Loop A will accommodate rigs over 35 feet. The majority of the sites are vastly unleveled with chunky gravel. The electrical connection is a small out dated 30 amp box, which does not have a circuit breaker switch. Sites of Loop C and H have an improved 30 amp pedestal connection. Those who stay in Loop H get to hear the mechanics of the campground sewage treatment facility and endure the bright lights of the entrance station. The place was over 75 percent unoccupied when we arrived, afternoon, for our three day stay. How nice we thought. Soon as the entrance station closes at 4 PM, the river of evening campers, including RVs, pour into the campground. Many are late arrivals, noisy and rude, and depart early probably to avoid payment. This was the general disturbing pattern for each night during our stay. We did not see any of the many campground host or park staff make rounds of the campground after the office closed. Restrooms are kept clean, but they are small and there are no showers. We enjoyed our daytime experience here and will likely stop here again for an overnight visit. - James Barr
Mar 2016 - $20.00
Very nice county campground adjacent to Saguaro National Park and convenient to many other attractions in Tucson. Sites are somewhat close together, but there is a lot of natural desert landscape in between each site so there is a sense of privacy. Dump station was tight, but manageable. - TheRestlessYoungs
Mar 2016 - $20.00
This is going to be a campground I come to often! I even like it better than Catalina SP, for several reasons: the desert and view of the mountains is prettier here, it is bike riding distance to the Sonoma Desert Museum and Old Tucson, it has a nice dump station and water fill area, it is $10 cheaper, and sites are nicely spread apart. There are a limited number of spaces for larger rigs, and they do not take reservations, but they do assign spaces based on RV size, so the larger sites do not get taken up, leaving only small spaces. I had plenty of room in the space they assigned for me, and they found me a spot where my refrigerator would not be facing the sun! Good Verizon voice and data service throughout campground. Only real improvement would be wider shoulders or a bike path along the roadway through the park and Saguaro National Monument, which is also right next door. Another negative for some people is that they do not allow open fires. May use only charcoal for cooking. - judy_online
May 2016 - $19.00
The GOOD: Great location in NW Tucson with easy freeway access (I-10, exit 250) and close to a large variety of shops and restaurants. Amenities are good with a large clubhouse that includes: pool and hot tub, exercise room, library, games, billiards, kitchen, recreation room, laundry, and ice/pop machine.
Long term residents are welcoming, helpful, and get together often for potlucks, cards, planned activities in the rec. room. The calendar on the website shows the activities available.
Bathrooms were very clean, with good water pressure. Majority of sites are pull-through and large enough for big rigs.
The BAD: Wifi is complimentary but often did not work. There are a lot of long term residents and mobile homes that have the premium sites occupied (those with shade and trees). If you have a dog, you're limited to the back of the park - a large gravel parking lot area with no shade. Dog run is small and also gravel. Park is older so looks a bit dated. - sarandipity
Apr 2016 - $35.00
Stayed here 1 night while traveling through. Pull through site very narrow unable to open all slides, dog park a joke, gravel pads and narrow roads. Office closed when we got there 5:30 and not open when we left 8:30. No cable and internet very slow when it did work. Been to many RV parks and this one was way over priced for what you really get. Would not go back. - Cgates
Mar 2016 - $20.00
Rate based on a month stay. We were very happy with this park, mainly for the activities and friendly people. As stated in another post, the sites are very close and on gravel but have a concrete pad with picnic table. The back roads are a little tight, but we were able to get our 36 ft fifth wheel in with no problems. Electric was fine, water pressure good, but sewer hookup was beat up a bit. No cable TV but OTA was fine (although we could not pull in FOX station). Any store and restaurant you desired are within a 5 minute drive and 10 minutes to downtown Tucson. Dog park was all rocks. - akeller156
Mar 2016 - $35.00
We stayed one night and wished we could stay a week. A beautiful park full of nice desert landscaping. A small but fully equipped park. We ate dinner in the cantina the food was good and very reasonably priced. Super clean, super well maintained. A great stop on I-10. - Bruce and Janette
Feb 2016 - $27.00
Very nice park with easy to get into slots. Next door to the state park with plenty of hiking. Pool was warm as was the spa. Exercise room was well equipped and maintained. Free internet at the library only. Major draw back is that it is located next to the freeway and railroad. If this kind of noise bothers you it could be an issue. Do not miss the Ostrich farm next door. Its well worth the seven dollars. - terrytckl
Jan 2016 - $35.00
We found this park to be very nice, we had never stayed here before when in this area and very happy we choose this park. It has several long term park models but they are not mixed with the rv sites. The park is very well maintained and the people very friendly. The water is very good, which is unusual in the desert. The Wifi costs even for short term visitors. The "club" facilities are nice as is all the common grounds. We choose the super sites. These sites have a paver patio with a private fence on two sides. These sites are long and wide. All the pull through sites are easy to get into and wide. The back ins are wide and have plenty of maneuverability for big rigs. The one down side to some people might be the distance to Tucson or Casa Grande. We find the lack of being in the city a plus. This will be a place we would return again. - JDR
Apr 2016 - $15.00
Beautiful state park away from the city. Great sunsets! Big rig friendly to. - Buspuppies
Apr 2016 - $30.00
Electric only. Central dump & water on site. Their website advertised an option for $15 non-electric sites. On arrival we found they electrified all sites, so full price required. Bath & showers clean, sites spread out and level. With ample solar panels we chose this park for the non-electric option at low cost, but with that no longer an option we would not stay here again. - rvrrat520
Mar 2016 - $30.00
Way overpriced for what you get! Electric only - no water. Very remote. If you are into hiking there are some good trails but that's all there is to do. - fulltime.petes
Apr 2016 - $17.00
Beautiful desert landscape park with large camp sites. Very clean and extremely friendly owner. Sites have no patios with no picnic tables and are on small rocks which are hard to walk on. The camp roads are paved. The only thing missing here was a swimming pool and fenced in area for LG dogs. It is several miles from town along a country Rd but good value for money. - RVLuver
Mar 2016 - $18.00
We are finishing up a 2 month stay. Very friendly and accommodating. The wifi generally works well, sometimes a little slow. The facilities worked well. The sites are large and easy to back into as the roads are wide. There are some activities scheduled. We will be back for 2 months next year. - KDSpree
Mar 2016 - $20.00
We are having a great stay at this RV park. Usually we travel quickly and explore a lot faster, but we fell in love with Tucson. We've been here since the end of December and plan on leaving in a few weeks, but wish we were staying longer! We already booked for 2 months for 2017 and can't wait to be back! The owner lady is super nice and helpful. Her sister is too. I've never met an owner of an RV park who has been as friendly.
The best part of this RV park has to be how amazingly close it is to trails. You don't even have to drive to have some fun. My husband goes on mountain bike rides nearly every day right from our RV site, and I am able to go on a nice hike back there as well.
Lot spacing is spacious with a sunny/open exposure. - Michelle Schroeder
Jul 2016 - $18.00
Large pull thru site. Gravel sites and roads. Wifi spotty. No cable. Almost impossible to get local channels. Clean park. Owner very friendly and helpful. Some shade. We stayed a week and paid 198.00$ - milodog
Apr 2016 - $18.00
Best management team I have ever seen in any RV park I have ever stayed at. Well maintained and nicely landscaped and some sites have shade. Plenty of activities during the winter season and most dog friendly park I have ever stayed in. Excellent value for the Tucson area, quiet at night, and most residents are friendly. Hardly any park models or permanent residents. Some sites are smaller than others so book early to get the best selection. - Portisha
Apr 2016 - $29.00
We stayed here in a 30' RV with tow vehicle. We'll kept park with large spaces. First park we've been in that gives free ice. Personnel were extra friendly and helpful. We will stay here again. - Jerryws98516
Apr 2016 - $33.00
Don't let the Good Sam ratings fool you. WiFi is Tengo Internet and is slow and inconsistent (knocks you off regularly). It's not pet friendly....you have to go out of the park and across the street (onto city property). Our site is a "pull-thru" that you have to back out of, because a palm tree is in the way. All of the site, except the concrete Patio area, is pea-gravel, which is hard to walk in, and gets brought into your unit on your shoes. All other facilities are great, but I still wouldn't recommend. - ta96silver
Apr 2015 - $31.00
There is a sewer smell in the park. Spaces are small. Pull ins have pea gravel that gets stuck in your shoes. Gnats everywhere. Manager is judgemental on a person's looks. Dog walk inadequate and they will not allow certain breeds of dogs because they are on the 'aggressive breed' list. Wifi is expensive if you use it. Extra charge for more than 2 people. Not family friendly. - twerntme15
Mar 2015 - $30.00
The spaces are very small. We didn't have enough room to open our awning. It was quiet. The restrooms and laundry were clean, but there was a sewer smell in both. The restroom in the center of the park is nicer than the one in the main building. We could not get the WiFi to work at all. The roads were paved, but the sites were partially pea gravel. It was difficult to level the trailer in the gravel. It got inside of our shoes every time we entered or exited the trailer. We would stay there again. - GandolphJames
Feb 2015 - $12.00
This is a small park and is overwhelmed by winter visitors. The utilities did not handle all the traffic. For the first two weeks I did not have enough power to run my microwave. As visitors left and I was moved to a 50A site, the power improved to adequate, barely. This is probably the lowest priced park in Tucson and it is obvious no money is put back into the park.
The rate listed here is based on a monthly rate incl. electricity. Management is very nice and tries to be as helpful as possible with what they have to offer.
Surprisingly, the traffic noise from the nearby I-10 freeway was not an issue. Just so you know, this park is located in the northern section of Tucson and a long way from the Fairgrounds where most of the special activities like rallies occur. - Margo Armstrong
Nov 2014 - $12.00
We stayed here 5 months for winter. We chose this RV Park for location and price. We found the people that run the park to be friendly and helpful. This is an older park and it is not what I call "big rig friendly"; the sites are generally small with little room for parking. There are quite a few full-time residents and most of them seem to have dogs which leads to a noise problem if you are not a "dog person". Also, there is a problem with the water where there is quite a lot of air in it. This air comes out in your faucets when you use the water in your unit. Tucson does have a great bike trail, called "the loop", which can be accessed right behind the RV Park. - mihobbycop
Sep 2014 - $19.00
The rate reflects the Passport America discount. Campground was clear of weeds etc. Gravel roads and spaces with a picnic table. Registration staff friendly and helpful. We were escorted to our site. Did not use laundry, pool, wash rooms. Park is within a short drive to Tucson Mall and many major chain restaurants. My only concern was the 108 degree temperature and low electrical voltage, could only run one AC unit. - Outwest63