35 Parks near Tucson, Arizona
Sep 2015 - $12.00
I cannot believe this place even has the nerve to tack resort onto its title. I'm not sure if it is adventure bound resort or cactus county? Who knows both names are visible in the park. The place is borderline trailer park but not the nice kind. There are quite a few long termers with very cluttered unsightly spaces. The park is showing its age and the lack of upkeep does not help. Spaces are weedy with lots of debris from trees everywhere. The expensive 50 amp spaces seemed a lot cleaner though walking around the park. The walking trails are not safe to use due to cholla cactus everywhere outside the fence on the ground. The washers in the laundry room were gross. The WiFi works good though. Snowbird rates seem high for what you get. - AZprospector
May 2014 - $35.00
We stayed one night nice staff easy after office check-in. Looks like they have recently combined this park with another and ongoing improvements are going on. Snowbirds had left so there were full-time folks there, very friendly and helpful. Easy drive to service's and looked to have many large pull-thru sites. Watch out if you're walking you're dogs; the grounds are clear, but just past the property line many Choa cactus. Yes my dog Jimmy got a face full of cactus needles the locals were very helpful and gave us a map to local vet. Happy ending, would stay again. - Flying Unicorn
Jun 2013 - $28.00
We were very pleased with this campground. It was far enough from freeway and railways to not have any noise at night. The park was very clean, well maintained and the staff were very friendly and helpful. The on-site facilities were clean and in excellent condition. We will stay here again. - garymac01
Feb 2015 - $14.00
This little out of the way park has only 14 sites and no frills. It does have one of the nicest sites we have had on our trip. Very nice walled, concrete, private patio with a built in grill table and walkway lighting.
The owners are very friendly and will help you as much as they can to make your stay pleasant.
The park is very well maintained.
No restrooms, showers, pool, or much of anything else. They do have a nice little tiki bar that the owner built but I never did see anyone use it.
A lot of the residence are full time and work in the area.
We enjoyed being out and away from the large busy parks for awhile.
Easy access to all the wonderful sites and things to do around Tucson. Very close to Gates pass, Sanora state park, Tuson mountain park and all the hiking trails. About 8 miles to shopping and the highway into Tucson.
Would probably stay here again if they could do something about the barking dog across the street. - digger2280
Dec 2014 - $20.00
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. - Papa01
Nov 2014 - $13.00
I called the owner while we were still in New Mexico. He told us the -J was a 55+ park with only 13 sites and gave us directions to the park once we arrived in Tucson. He met us upon our arrival at the park and assisted us in parking the M/H. His wife, took care of the registration and information about the local area.
We were very impressed with the sites; A concrete patio with a very decorative wall, a stand for our grill, water at the grill area, Saguaro Cactus and other local shrubs around the patio, and local lighting at night. Some of the wildlife we saw in and around our site: Gambel's quail (were a daily visitor), rabbits, small lizards, ground squirrels, and we also had a coyote pass through our site early one morning. Free laundry (washing machines) and clothes lines for drying , a pavillion with a tropical theme is available for use , and if you have your mail delivered to the park address, it will be delivered to your site mail box. We stayed here for 4 months and discovered that the owners are truly sincere in having a very nice 55+ park, and it shows, both in attitude and personality. We hope to stay here again next year. - MorrisJudy
Apr 2016 - $22.00
Price reflects weekly rate with Passport America. Snowbird park full of friendly people on the edge of the desert. Wide sites, some shade. Easy on/off interstate between the mission and a big casino. Great base to explore the area. Will stop here again, great value for the money. - ldukeb
Mar 2016 - $35.00
All level gravel with concrete patios, good hook ups, no cable, good OTA, spotty wi fi, strong Verizon. Wide streets and spaces. Indoor heated pool and spa. This is why came to this park. Not new but clean. Very nice office staff. Close to I 19 for easy access to Tucson. Indian Casino 5 blocks away, less taxes that you pay because of Reservation. - macmember
Mar 2016 - $35.00
We were impressed by this park. Although a large park with a sizable mobile home community, the RV section has comfortable sites, a concrete patio, and picnic table. The facilities are extensive, there are numerous planned activities, and the residents are friendly and welcoming. The WiFi, as in most busy parks, had too little bandwidth and too many users, and was generally only working during midday. Excellent Verizon cell/data and very good OTA reception. A big selling point is the convenience to I-19 and the main areas of Tucson. The neighborhood north of the park is not the best, but the park's security is very good. The aircraft noise from Tucson International is mostly from military Air National Guard flights, and is not present every day. Overall one of the best parks we've stayed at in the Tucson area. - Meanderman
Apr 2016 - $33.00
Park for small RVs only with no programs and very tight spaces. Value for money poor. Has no discounts. Clean older park with very friendly staff that is in Hi traffic area. Would not stay here again. - RVLuver
Mar 2014 - $29.00
I stayed here for 2 nights to have my motorhome checked and repaired. The shower rooms were rundown but clean. Manager very friendly and helpful. But there is more to a park then just the manager and shower rooms! The permanent residents there think that they are better than those of us that are just there for a few days. I sat in my lawn chair and watched as the ringleader of the larger group put on a mask of concern while talking to the manager then as she was walking away with most of the group she tells them that "The fat Bitch needs to go". I would have returned to that park just because the manager was so nice but also because she promised to put me as far away from that group but she no longer works there. - Annita
Jan 2014 - $14.00
Rate is Passport America. It is primarily a mobile home community with extremely narrow, level, gravel sites. Our 26' fifth wheel only just made it into the site. Office staff friendly and helpful. It is run down and in need of work..eg shower rail propped up, no ventilation in the bathrooms so hot and smell moldy due to the wet, dirty, old mop propped up against the wall you asked to use to wipe the floor after you. Cleanliness in the showers was passable, although fittings are old so the floor looks unclean. One electrical outlet post didn't work at all and the box lid was broken. The electrical outlet post that did work also had a broken box lid. We had broken sleep at night due to road noise, frequent emergency sirens passing and train whistles. We wouldn't stay here again. - Monaire Corporati
Aug 2015 - $30.00
Wi-Fi only works if you stand next to the manager's trailer. Useless through the rest of the park.
A COCKROACH fell ON MY FACE while I was taking a SHOWER!!! That pretty much says it all about this place. No... there's more and worse. There's a coded lock on the door (and a sign) to keep the prostitutes and druggies out of the bathrooms at night, but someone in the park props the door open every night so they come on in anyway. I tried to take a shower at 11, then midnight, then fell asleep and finally took a shower at 3am... the door was still propped open but at least druggies and prostitutes were gone.
Hot shower. That's all I can say. But a COCKROACH on my face. And be careful... in all the nooks and crannies and corners of the shower/laundry house are BROWN RECLUSE SPIDERS. I dropped my toothbrush by the sink and thank God I looked before I stuck my hand between the sink and wall.
It is not an experience I would ever care to repeat in my life. I'm an RVer, a traveler. After the reviews I read on Google, I expected a good experience, not the experience of staying in a seedy motel where prostitutes do their business. - Kayla Genteel
Mar 2016 - $25.00
Good free WiFi, level sites, far enough off I-10 that no road noise. - Denn0007
Mar 2016 - $23.00
Rate is daily, there is no tax. The fairgrounds park is seasonal but works well for winter visitors. We liked that it is a quiet country setting, yet easy access to I-10. There is a nice off leash dog area and lots of room for walks. Sites are level on gravel or grassy, dirt. We chose a pull through and had plenty of room for the motorhome and car. WiFi worked. There is so much to see and do in this beautiful area we stayed an extra 3 days and hope to return. We would stay at Pima Co Fairgrounds again. - prius10
Mar 2015 - $34.00
We stayed here for Escapade. Due to Escapade, traffic had us take a different exit than the GPS would have recommended to avoid short off-ramp. Escapade parking staff was amazing. Had a 50 amp full hookup site back-in site. Fairly close to each other but we had a row of bushes behind us which was nice. The sewer hookup was elevated but doable. Had good line of sight for our roof mounted satellite dish but only because it was toward the front of the fifth wheel. - Bob & Jo
Jan 2016 - $25.00
We camped at Rincon Country East RV Resort in Tucson in January and February, 2016. The park was beautiful and very well maintained with clean bathrooms, showers, laundry facilities and pool area. There are so many activities available at the park that you can't possibly take part in all of them. Activities include bocce ball, pickleball, tennis, card games, dancing lessons, and a woodworking shop, just to name a few. There are also many excursions available to area attractions outside of the park, along with some live entertainment shows held in the park. The office staff were always professional, courteous and very helpful. The people who camp in the park are some of the friendliest that we have ever met!! Upon arrival, you are greeted by a park ambassador who shows you to your site and helps you get parked. The only negative that we can say is that the lots are tight, but not totally unmanageable. The resort is a gated community, and we felt very safe. The park's location is very close to grocery stores, pharmacies, restaurants etc. We enjoyed the park so much that we have already made reservations for next year! - campers5350
Sep 2015 - $53.00
Staff was exceptionally courteous at check in. I booked this through the Good Sam Directory. Rating was excellent. However, we were assigned a space that would not accommodate our 44' rig. They graciously allowed us to move to a space that just "barely" allowed the rig to be clear of the road. However, there was a palm tree blocking the door(we just barely were able to get out and in). This is a "retirement community" mostly of mobile homes. I was not aware of this. Beware, this place is """NOT""" pet friendly!!! Nor, is it big rig friendly. We were expected to drive our little dog to the tiny dog park in the "trash" area. - gooser
Mar 2015 - $55.00
Beautiful park. All paved and landscaped to the max. Pet areas adequate. Access is great except that city streets are rough and ill-maintained. Staff are responsive to visitors' requests and very helpful. Leisure facilities and activities keep people entertained and active. Group activities and small, "hobby" clubs are attractive. There is a good mix of overnight sites and residential sites. Peaceful, quiet, and convenient to shopping, the park is a very nice place to stop over, or to spend a season. Many people are leaving to go north for the summer, so the park is even more quiet and spaces are readily available. - george r
Mar 2016 - $44.00
A very clean, large RV resort style park. We camped here one week, so rate reflects weekly rate. Good Sam will not give weekly or daily discount. People were very friendly, laundry was excellent with three laundry locations. Pool was very nice, good rules on locations. You could wash your RV once while there. Attended a few functions, weekly activities. Grocery stores near the park were not the typical nice ones that we were used to in AZ. Had to drive to others further away, the close ones were a little seedy. The only complaint I would have is this is the noisiest park I've ever stayed in anywhere. Continuous planes going overhead up until 11pm or 12pm. One night we had helicopters continuously flying around and around at 10pm. Quieter during the day, so take a nap, you'll need it if your not used to the planes. Very good security w/entry gates, guards, high fences. Occasional food trucks stop to offer goodies for consumption then or later. Saw a Schwann's truck driving through one night. Weekly Farmers Market was small but very good products with the few that were participating. - DocColorado
Feb 2016 - $53.00
We were pleasantly surprised to find an RV Park for people over 55. We leave our pets at home with a sitter when we travel, so we were happy to stay in the No Pet section of the park. We didn't hear any barking dogs.
We had planned to stay for 4 nights, but after the first night we extended that to a week. This is an unusually fun and social RV Park. Everyone was so friendly and there were so many activities. We play pickleball. There are 8 courts. We even got a free lesson. We are going to stay at least a month next time.
Check out their web site to see all of the amenities. It is a gated community with an 8 foot fence all around. They have 24 hour security. We saw some of the cameras in the park. I am an older woman and I felt safe walking alone at night.
It is quiet except for occasional traffic noise. I don't know why because it is quite a distance from the freeway. It is on the airport flight path, and we heard some planes. Some were military. They seemed to stop at night. I don't like noise, but this didn't bother me. - GandolphJames
Jan 2016 - $55.00
This is a very nice park, with very nice people. Unsure of exactly how many sites they have...but it is a BUNCH. Lots or park model homes. Lots of activities. Used one of the 3 laundries and it was clean and had plenty of coin operated machines. A lot of the folks we met, spend the winter here and have been coming for a decade or more. After two days, we understand why. - Ncw
Apr 2016 - $35.00
TIS in downtown and convenient to what anyone could want or need. It was quiet, exceptionally clean, and has new asphalt covering as of April 28, 2016. It is located in what appears to be a nice neighborhood (no train whistles, etc.).
The laundry room is air conditioned and there is a game room. They require jack pads, but loan them to you from the office at no charge.
This is a small park (23 total sites). The sites are tight, their WiFi is satellite so it's poor (typical for campgrounds); however, even our own Wifi could only get slow 3G in this area. There are no showers (restroom only) and no Cable. The pool is a shallow "splash" pool.
Again, this RV park offers convenience with electric, water and sewer with a DOWNTOWN location. - DebGA
Mar 2016 - $32.00
This was a tough one for us to rate. As others have said, the location is the main draw for this new RV Park, being very close to downtown Tucson. The downside of being downtown is that the park is little more than a paved RV parking lot with a very thin strip of gravel between each site (check the Google satellite view for details). The RV park was very clean and the camp hosts were friendly and helpful. The price (weekly rate) was good for a downtown park, but the free WiFi is satellite-based and was unusably slow. The city park across the street and down a block (Menlo Park) was a great place to walk our dog each day, since the RV park is tiny and mostly paved. If you want to be close to Tucson and are OK with tight quarters, Sentinel Peak provides a good compromise between location, price, and site/amenities. - LifeRebooted
Jan 2016 - $40.00
As they say in real estate: Location, Location, Location. This is a small, urban campground with eighteen back in sites (ranging from 30-50') surrounding five 70' sights. This small campground also has an office, clubhouse and small (wading) pool. We stayed here because we don't tow and like to be near public transportation. Surrounded by restaurants and only 6 blocks from public transit, this park delivered exactly what we needed. The campground hosts are work campers that are dedicated to making your stay very enjoyable. They even offer a complimentary movie Saturday nights in the clubhouse with free beer and snacks. Since this campground is only 6 months old, everything is spotless. - Ncw
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