35 RV Parks near Tucson, Arizona
Jan 2017 - $35.00
We camped in a very small teardrop trailer. Camp staff very helpful about accommodating our group, putting me where I wanted to be, and letting us rearrange our dates. No help back-in. Many long-term snowbirds or permanent residents, most spaces reasonably well-kept. Did not feel unsafe or worried about my stuff, though I was aware people around me likely struggling financially. Bathrooms basic but clean and adequate in layout. Has a rec room. Grounds clean. Plenty of cholla (type of cactus) in the area outside the campground- watch your doggies. Gates locked after 9 pm, get a card if you're going to be out late. Many birds on the east side of the park where residents collaborate to feed them. Saw quite a few different species within a space of five mins. Wal-Mart with a good grocery just a few mins north on Houghton but otherwise you are a long way from town. Uber does serve the area however. - Grants Girl
Dec 2016 - $33.00
The park is marketed as a resort, but does not have the appearance of one. Nice people, but the park appearance is rather aged and may have previously been marketed for long term residents with a collection of mobile homes also found on site. Front desk was very nice and helped with a car battery issue we encountered during our visit. Parking spaces are not angled (straight in, or 90 degree) and require extra care to enter/exit and driveways are not particularly wide. Power and water was good with no issues encountered. I would return if I was in a smaller rig (possibly a 30 ft), but a 40+ ft is not the easiest fit at this park. - wolffden
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
Mar 2017 - $35.00
This is really a different RV park. It is a small family run 14 site facility located a few miles due west of Tucson, but close enough to get to any of the Tucson sites and shopping. We didn't have any issues getting our 41 ft motorhome in and out of the park, but it is tight so be prepared. They offer a clothes washer no charge, and cloths lines are also provided if you choose to dry in this manner. No dryers are available. The sites and grounds are all sand, fairly level, and firm and stable to level up on. Verizon and AT&T are usable, and good satellite access from all sites. They do not rent to anyone under 55. The owners are a couple of the most friendly we have ever met, and go out of their way to make sure everything is to your satisfaction. In the three days we stayed, we met several of the others there, and found all to be friendly and welcoming. Be aware that the facility is basis, no pool, etc, and is really off the "beaten track", but quiet and peaceful. It appears that the residents are comprised of some seasonal campers and some that are working in the area. - Johnson's
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
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
Jan 2017 - $19.00
The park is older and showing a little wear and tear but the spaces are large and have concrete patios. The electric and water are good. The laundry is a great value at $1 a wash and .75 to dry. The pool is nice and the grounds are well kept. The work out equipment is varied and decent. The park is not in the best part of town but there is some security. They have lunches and dinners several days a week and some events like shuffle board and the Christmas dinner and the New Years party were good. The WiFi is a notch below dial up. My big complaint is the hot tub, one of the things I feel I paid for, did not work the entire month I was there. I tried 3 times to tell them what was wrong with it, and it was a very easy fix, but the management did not even have the decency to come out of the office to talk to me for 5 minutes. Also beware, the electric here is somewhat expensive. 0.2175 for first 50 kwh, then 0.1275 next 150 kwh, then 0.09 for over 200 kwh which would have been OK and reasonable but then they added an adjustment charge at the bottom of 0.03 for all 530 kwh for some reason???? that kicked the bill up by $15.90 which made it the most I have ever paid for a months electric in an RV park. - digger2280
Nov 2016 - $19.00
We were looking to winter in Tucson for the mild winter climate. While researching, for a destination, I cam across Mission View. I noticed it's location close to the international airport and called to ask about the noise. I was assured that "we occasionally hear some jets in the afternoon but it's not bad at all" I had asked because to get the quoted rate, I had to pay the entire 5 months up front. We had arrived on Saturday, were escorted to our site by a very helpful staff member and felt like we had made a good choice. Monday, when the office opened, I paid the balance of our bill. Tuesday morning at 05:00 we were literally vibrated awake by F16 jets from the Arizona Air National Guard that used the intl airport to train F16 pilots. When I called the office all I got was "you were told that the rate was non refundable. All in all, the park is nice, has large spaces is a semi gated community and has a lot of activities. I just feel misled by the noise issues. Would I return to the park? Only if I was forced to return to Tucson because the noise comes with the town. My rating would have been a 9 if we didn't have the noise problem or had been warned. Understand that this is not your usual airliner or civilian aircraft noise. These are fighter jets taking off in multiples with afterburners lit, it is very different than your normal aircraft. I rarely notice a commercial takeoff anymore. It is also at all hours, even 1 am or 3 am. This is the most affordable park in Tucson with amenities just be aware you will not get your money back if you can't sleep. - Bar Rob
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
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
Nov 2016 - $35.00
Park sits below a huge freeway wall but noise goes mostly over the top. Our site was small and at odd angles with our neighbors. Some traffic noise is apparent but is tolerable. No Wifi, no cable. Sites are level and electric is solid and stable. VERY small patio with picnic table. Access roads within the park are good for large RVs but some sites are quite small. Main advantage of this park is easy off and on from freeway and quick access to all things near Tucson. - cba
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 2017 - $35.00
Gravel sites; some with full hookups and 50 amp, some with 30 amp, and some dry camping. We were there for a rally, so I'm not sure of the price. Roads are large - ample for big rigs. Sites are good size but right next to each other as they were trying to fit as many rigs as possible for this rally. Most were back-in sites but some could be used as pull-thru's. Recommend bringing bikes as the fair grounds are large. Quiet as along as NASCAR practice is not going on! - DrM Traveler
Mar 2017 - $25.00
Big gravel parking lot but with full hookups. The sites are narrow and back to back. We had trouble parking the pickup in front of the trailer since the site was narrow; there certainly wasn't room in front or back. However it is easy to get to and relatively inexpensive. - UTTransplant
Feb 2017 - $25.00
Great value so we stayed 2 weeks and came back for another night after boondocking at casinos. A little loud when drag racing taking place and other events at the fairgrounds. We went to Cantina for eats and karaoke on Friday... we would come back weekly rate $125 usd. - juanroberto
Feb 2017 - $40.00
This is primarily a permanent "park model" park and not really an RV park. RV sites are limited and with the exception of one section the other rv sites are interspersed between the park models. Sites are gravel with a concrete pad and difficult to navigate because of a palm tree at each site close to the road. Sites are extremely close to each other and your view is the back or front of another park model and limited outdoor space which made it feel very crowded. If a site next to you opened up the permanent residents used it to park additional vehicles. We were in the pet section and the pet area was very limited altho they did provide pet waste bags and containers. We had reserved a site here for two weeks but left as soon as we could make other arrangements. - Sewing
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 2017 - $41.00
The nightly rate I posted is based on what we paid for the 2 weeks we stayed. This is a nice park, not to far from I-19 and I-10, but far enough away that you don't get the traffic noise. What you do get is the sound of planes flying overhead, usually during the day, because of the proximity of the airport and the air force base.
The people, employees and other tenants, are friendly, with lots of amenities, and things to do. The park is gated, with a manned gate during the day, and an access code, for when the gate is not manned.
The interior roads are paved, and the site we were on was gravel, with a concrete patio, and a picnic table. The connections for the electric, water, and cable TV are at the rear of the site, with the sewer on the side. One note, when backing in, watch for the sewer connection, as some of the sites are narrow. Also, we had to use our 5 foot sewer hose extension, to connect, as the regular hose was too long.
We had a tree in front of our patio, and they do not allow parking on the street at night, so we had to park our toad by the patio, putting it close to our neighbor's rig. We had some packages delivered, while there, and the FedEx trucks came right to our site. We would stay here again. - Bbtj
Mar 2017 - $47.00
I sampled several commercial parks in tucson this season and this was the best. Sites are average size for commercial parks. I was in #69, part of the dog owners area and backed in to rear fence with housing behind. I dont tow. This was the friendliest park I visited, absolutely wonderful people. Nice dog areas, a long walk bike path right nearby, pretty quiet except for occasional jets. Only thing I'd like is a way to get from one dog section to the other while staying within the park. I plan to come back next year. - abbyarts
Mar 2017 - $53.00
Our plans changed and we were lucky to get a place as this was the only campground that had 2 nights available on short notice. We checked in at 5:05pm and the office closed at 5:00. Therefore, we had to check-in at the gate with the guard. The guard was extremely polite, however, he didn't explain how to park on the site. We did what we thought was right and woke up the next morning with the neighbor's truck parked under our living room slide. When we checked in the guard said we had to go to the office the next morning to finalize check in and paying. I had no problem with this, but the office didn't open until 10:00am and we had morning plans. So we left for our activity and then checked in when we returned about 11:00am. That was OK. However, the neighbor had complained about how we parked. So we had to bring in our 4 slides so that we could move the coach over about 4 feet. The office has a flyer about how to park, however, the gate either doesn't have that or the guard forgot to give it to us. It would have been nice to have known their parking rules prior to actually parking. For such a large park it was surprisingly very quiet at night as far as people and pet noises. It is in the flight path of either an airport or an airbase. But, the planes didn't bother us. The streets are paved but everywhere else is pea gravel. All of the sites and all of the landscaping. Even the doggie park is only gravel. The gate is manned until about 11:00pm and even though it is so large, we felt very safe. - Dream Chasers
Dec 2016 - $43.00
Very nice park - well situated for those who want to be in north Tucson, near shopping and the freeway. Sites are not as close as other parks. Access to some of the rows is a bit tight. We had to back up to get out because the sites across would not allow enough room but - it was no problem. The park staff was very nice and accommodating. They adjusted our stay length with no fuss. This park has dog runs (2) and they recommend walking your dog on the perimeter which worked for us. It was VERY QUIET here. I recommend it! - Hungry Horse Android
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