29 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
Nov 2015 - $35.00
Stayed over night. Prices to high, paid more for a pull through, would not ive me a discount. Would stay there again because it is close to interstate I-10. - retiredblade
Nov 2014 - $35.00
This is a very quiet, clean park on the east side of Tucson. Friendly office staff. Would stay here again. - TeamElk-Rib
Apr 2012 - $38.00
Expensive, and noisy. Seems like lots of snowbirds, most of whom were gone by now. Some of the residents were on their way out; many saying loud goodbyes at 7:30 am. Planes & road noise too. On the great side, the WiFi was really good and the staff was helpful. - Barnes family
Apr 2016 - $30.00
This is a wonderful state park. We have stayed here before. Last time it snowed. This time the weather was wonderful. Reservations are necessary any day of the week. The park was full all 5 days we were there. The showers in Loop B are very special. Even if you normally shower in your rig you should check them out. We came to Tucson on business but we will be back for recreation. Lots of birds for bird watching and great trails for hiking. You can also rent horses. We had a shady spot with lots of privacy. No ground/wood fires allowed. There is a grill in each site. - NT2013
Mar 2016 - $15.00
This park is run by mostly volunteers. It is a beautiful, quiet park. Spaces are a nice size. There is a picnic table at each site. The camp host is friendly and helpful. Wish we could stay longer than the max 14 days. - Travel Reviewer
Mar 2016 - $30.00
The spaces are wide, level and clean. The best thing about this park is the campers. Many had bird feeders hung outdoors and the bird population was numerous with many species. Sunset was promenade and neighborly conversation time. Very friendly park feel. I will return. - have guitar-will travel
Apr 2016 - $29.00
Older quiet camp. South end Tucson. Hookups easy. Sites level. Great area to dog walk. Great shower heads with hot water. Met our needs. We extended 2 days. Fairly full camp with slots opening and refilling. NOTE: the office closes @ 5-6pm. No late self check-ins. Next morning when we called for availability we were able to check in right away. Very accommodating. Social activities per bulletins. Cable TV with good connection but about dozen channels. TBS for March Madness is all we needed! Nice park up the street. That night before, we boondocked across from nearby Pilot Truck Stop at TTT. Every night loaded with big rigs and some RVs. Worked for us. We hike/mountain bike, and Sweetwater Park just NE of downtown allows dogs. The cactus are blooming. - Pogie
Dec 2015 - $27.00
Sites we a little tight but utilities worked good. We did hear one train but that was it for noise. Staff was very friendly and helpful. I would stay here again. - RayN
Oct 2015 - $28.00
This park is close to the freeway, but most of the noise seemed to come from the immediate surrounding area in the form of unmuffled cars / trucks or trucks from the nearby truck stop. Yup, this is not a ritzy area, but it wasn't threatening either.
It is all gravel sites with no real vegetation or trees, so you're out in the open. They do have a decent selection of cable TV channels, although the picture quality wasn't that good. We're returning to the area in the next few weeks, and we'll probably see what else is available that might be a little quieter, but if nothing pops up, we'd return here again. - coffeetime
Mar 2010 - $20.00
This is an older trailer park with the empty spaces rented to RV's. No amenities at all. Pads are gravel with full hook-ups and concrete patio slabs. Some spots are partially shaded. Some are difficult to get into. Location is excellent: right in the middle of town. Price is the weekly rate. We stayed 2-1/2 weeks. Be advised that the park is sold and will be closing approximately 3/31/2011. - whizbang
Dec 2007 - $13.00
This is trailer park with RV Spaces. Located at Grant & Swan it is conveniently located in the middle of town. Has a pool and no organized activities, which we appreciate. Rate is $399 a month and includes Electric. It ain't the Ritz, but it works. - bobnjoann
Feb 2016 - $31.00
They close the office from 12:00 to 1:00 so you have to sit and wait in a hot parking lot waiting for them to open. The sewer hook-up at the site was awful and probably illegal. No cable and no Wi-Fi. Their entrance is very narrow and restrictive. The road they are on (Ajo Way) is so busy that you sometimes can't get out of the park with your car, let alone your RV. There are much better places to stay when visiting Tucson. - Cucutz
May 2015 - $31.00
I really enjoyed my stay here. The sites were clean (back in only) and the grounds were very nice. The real pleasant parts about Desert Pueblo, in my opinion, were all the different amenities they had - picnic tables, clubhouses, nice trees/scenery, putting green, pools, hot tubs, lawn games and so on. We stayed for a few days only as we were passing through Tucson, but it was quite enjoyable and we would've loved to have stayed longer. We'll definitely keep them in mind when we swing back into town. - Victor Cecic
Mar 2015 - $31.00
The sites are large, deep, and clean. There is no noise from the busy street. When we called to make reservations, the person who answered the phone was curt and rude, but the person who checked us in was pleasant. The biggest disappointments were no Wi-Fi and no cable. This park is a mobile home community, and overnighters are not the focus. We will not stay here again. - LB Rohn
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 - $17.00
This is our second winter to stay in this park. We love this park for the friendly people and staff. Park is quiet and fun. The sites are clean and plenty of gravel so there is little dirt coming into the RV. Cannot beat the price, convenience and activities. Only a few park model homes, so it is mostly RV people. No fire pits at sites. - kemosabe
Mar 2015 - $34.00
We were visiting friends came in on a Sunday they were very relaxed about paying and were able to wait until Monday. Our site was very nice and convenient to the pool and club house. But we were NEVER informed that there was a shower room available for RVers. This is a big oversight in my mind, very disappointing to learn two days before we are leaving that showers were available. The shower rooms are very nice upgraded with new tile it sure would have been nice to have the use of them for our whole visit! - DebbieSisters
Oct 2014 - $30.00
Very disappointed. I thought Encore/Equity Lifestyle was a large company. This park has very low standards. Very weedy in common areas and some sites. Multiple RV's on single sites, work trailers and boats in yards, overflowing carports with junk. I like the fact that kids are allowed to live here and my dobermans are OK in this park. Bikers are also prevalent at all hours. Not too many teenagers yet, just a few that live here. The clubhouse leaves much to be desired, with a lack of activities and exercise bikes. The only bright spot is the admin lady, very friendly, but she has to work maintenance all the time. This is a park that I will not stay in again. - jbanner77
Feb 2011 - $25.00
Encore/Equity Lifestyle Park. FULL OF TRAILER HOMES AND OLD "PARK MODELS". Several recently vacant sites. I believe they are really trying to bring this park back. One new building with one shower/rest room and laundry. Real nice pool and clubhouse. We have enjoyed two winters in Encore park in S Texas, but will not be using them when traveling anymore. - jdonais
Nov 2015 - $47.00
Absolutely beautiful RV resort 10 miles north of Interstate10. So NO hiway noise and NO railroad noise. The park feels private and secluded yet is just minutes away from anything you could want in terms of shopping and restaurants. Paved laneways. Premium site offers concrete slab for the RV and patio with lovely mosaic topped table and benches. A tree shades each site. Very good full hookup utilities with cable TV and very very good WiFi. The entire park is beautifully landscaped with Arizona greenery. Remainder of the site is small pea gravel. Sites are quite close to each other and back up to another coach, rv or park model. Everything is meticulously maintained and beautiful. Resort is located at the base of mountains and the air is so clear you actually feel as though you can reach out and touch the mountains. Beautiful long, fenced dog runs are available on two sides of the park. The outdoor pool is heated salt water as is the large spa. It is a beautiful pool area with plenty of tables and chairs both in the shade and in full sun. There is a small mini golf course and ping pong table. Plus a fully equipped workshop for silversmithing, stain glass and fused glass and a rock workshop. The activities director works hard to have something to do for everyone - all day long and in the evening. Pot luck dinners, movie night and much more. The staff and RVers were all warm and very friendly. We loved this park and cannot wait to go back. - JanneC
Oct 2015 - $45.00
Very attractive, clean and well-managed park, largely occupied by seasonal residents. Laundry room large and spotlessly clean, all front-loader washers. They use a card rather than quarters so you might have $ left on your card when you leave, as I did. The CATV was good. They have TengoInternet WiFi, which I didn't use. There is an electronic entry gate for which you are issued a card. If you have a pet, it must be walked in the pet area, a separate fenced area which you access with a key. There is a fair amount of noise here, as it is in a high traffic area but it's a very nice park with plenty of amenities. - mockturtle
Aug 2015 - $34.00
Great showers and restrooms. Nice paved and level parking pads. Gated community with very active clubhouse and activities. Friendly staff. Overall this was a nice stay in a clean park. This was a 3 night stay and we still could have stayed longer. The location is in town right at Pantano and Broadway. We plan to return for another stay. - Jim and Cass
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
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
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
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
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
Mar 2015 - $20.00
Spacious level sites on pavement or gravel. Some full hookups with 50 amp and some with 30. Good water pressure, poor wifi, good local television, spotty phone and data reception, easy access off I-10, quiet, dark and coyote singing. Not available if fairgrounds are being used for events. Dump station is new, but turn around to leave grounds is tight. Would stay again for an out in the country quiet evening. - RJourney
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
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
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
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
Jan 2016 - $40.00
We stayed for only one night and our stay at South Forty was fine. The wi-fi worked for the most part (in fits and starts). No cable, unless you plan on being there longer - then ComCast (as of this writing) can hook you right up. I checked out a bathroom and shower area and except for the very strong disinfectant smell, it was clean and usable. This is an older park and the first place where we were asked to unhook our toad, as the turns were sharper than we were used to. Overall it was fine. I think I can see the appeal for snowbirds and long-term residents when I poked around the main office area - there was a real poker room with several tables, a fairly large library and several puzzle boards. In another area, there was exercise equipment and the morning we were leaving, a small group of ladies were exercising. It's clear that there are a nice selection of activities to be had. The front desk staff was also superb - helpful and honest (saying the internet wasn't the best, when in fact, it wasn't too bad.) The hot tub was pretty popular and had we been staying longer, we would have tried both the pool and hot tub, too. The only negative was the location - it's north of the City and away from the action and in a not terribly nice location. It's not a ranch, nor a resort, but definitely a good, older park. And yes, 55+ really means - most of the longer term folks are 70+. - Ellistea
Oct 2014 - $15.00
This RV Park is basically an old mobile home park. The sites are a concrete slab to park next to with water/electric/sewer hookups. The sites are dirt and gravel. There are no restroom/shower facilities. There is nothing except a place to park and hookup. The owner is friendly. Normal rate is $30, which is way too expensive for what it is, but the Passport America rate made this an OK place to spend the night. There is a train that runs once or twice during the day, but I never heard it at night. It is near the airport, but I never heard any plane noise during our stay. It is behind the Circle K gas station with no sign. Call the number and the owner will direct you to your site. We would stay here again. - sendthefire
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
May 2016 - $39.00
Stayed at this park for 5 nights in pull through site 1364. This is a very large park with paved roads, gravel sites, cement patio with patio furniture. Excellant laundry facilities, nice pool, largest dog run that I have seen at any KOA, a well equipped store and an on site restaurant. Each site is separated by a hedge and there are fruit trees at the end of your site. Wifi is very strong and there are approximately 45 cable channels. The landscaping staff are constantly at work and their efforts showcase this very well kept park. We stayed here in a 38 ft fifth wheel. - Irish2
Apr 2016 - $38.00
We stayed under the large solar panels for 4 nights. The first few days the weather was in the low 70's, but once it got hotter, I was so thankful for the 10 degree difference in the shade from them! Large lemon trees at almost every site. You are able to pick them & use. If you stay on a weekend, ask for as far away from the Registration/Event Center as you can get. The noise from the event music is loud & annoying! Otherwise, great stay. Very Conveniently located for visiting Old Tucson, Tombstone, downtown Tucson, and many of the parks and museums in the area. - catmama
Apr 2016 - $42.00
Nice park, the deluxe sites are very well maintained and have very nice bushes between sites. The only issue I had was checking in, we were given our site, went to it and it was occupied. Went back to the office, was given another site went to it and it too was occupied. Went back to the office again; they were having some type of computer issues. They gave us another site and it was empty. We pulled in and all the hook ups worked well. If you can book a deluxe site do it, well worth it. - tazman1953
Apr 2016 - $19.00
Stayed a month while visiting family. Great location within the city. RV section is in the back behind all the park models. No table or fire ring, gravel site with no shade. Would stay again to be close to family. - Buspuppies
Jan 2015 - $30.00
Tucson Meadows is primarily a mobile home park with 140 RV sites in the back of the property. Most of the sites are seasonal residents. About 30 of the sites seem available for people who want to stay for less than a month. Roads are paved and sites are gravel. The mobile home park is beautifully landscaped while the transient camper sites are not. Just gravel with full hookups. Big rig friendly. Lots of activities in the clubhouse. Full pool and workout room. Even though the RV sites are not visually pleasing, we would stay here again for a week or two. - lmg
Apr 2016 - $50.00
The roads are tight so making a pull through can be tight. The sites are level with a concrete patio. The hook ups are centrally located. - Al and Anne-Marie
Apr 2016 - $30.00
We spent one night here because of the easy on and off the freeway. Huge pull through sites, but had to use blocks to level. The RV sites are in the middle of a very large modular home community. Didn't use any of the facilities. Price listed is with PA discount. - Sally Chew
Mar 2016 - $45.00
There are many benefits to large RV parks. Voyager is no exception. They have just about any amenity one might want. There are clubs, workshops, sports, shows and lots going on. There are also so many people that it's like being in a small town.
We had stayed previously at the same RV Resort. In those previous visits we really enjoyed being at the park. This time it was different. We ended up in the pull-thru section. Our site was level but our neighbor had his wheels up off the ground trying to level. The RV sites are so narrow in this section of the park that there is no patio. There is a small section of concrete next to your site that's no wider than a sidewalk. That's your patio! In other words, we had none.
We were reprimanded the first night for putting out our awning because it encroached on a empty neighboring site. The awning might obstruct an incoming RV.
That same night we lost electricity twice and the next day the water pressure was almost non-existent. We had registered for seven nights but ended up staying four. We would have to think twice before we return in the future.
The site fee is $45 a night and even though lots of activities are at this park, the RV site itself is poor. Having a patio and being able to sit outside is important. - Wanderin
Apr 2016 - $46.00
Just a one nighter at this park on our way home due to a late start from the campground we had just spent a week at and had to leave due our maximum stay time being up. This is a senior type park with many permanent residents but a very friendly environment and good service all around. Our back in space was located in the rear of the property and situated in between many permanents but it was clean and with a good amount of space between us and the neighbors on each side. The facilities are first rate with a very nice pool area and bathhouse, etc. Great staff who got us checked in quickly and had an escort take us to our site and offer to help us back in and then showed us where everything was, etc. Located at a crossroads area southwest of Tucson just south of the old Tucson Movie Studios and within walking distance to shops, eateries, a hardware store and a Dollar General to name a few. We would have no problem staying here again................. - BankShot
Feb 2016 - $26.00
We camped here in a 42' Motorhome with a tow. The staff here is over the top wonderful and friendly. We were greeted the moment we arrived and they already knew we were coming and instantly took us to our site! It was easy to back in and we were amazed that the entire spot next to us was for our car...very spacious compared to other parks we have stayed in Tucson. There was a strong sense of community with a lot of activities every day. We used the fitness center and made friends there as well. We highly recommend this park as a great place to stay :-) - Papa-leenie d
Jan 2016 - $23.00
Lots of repeat customers. All sorts of activities. Pet and non pet areas. Open, gravel sites with patio. Great management. - flsts97
Mar 2016 - $15.00
We stayed for 2 nights March 28 and 29, 2016 in our teardrop camper during a two month trip across country. Management was very friendly and helpful. Park was very neat and clean. Restrooms were excellent. Some parks we stayed at during the 2 months on the road were poor, but Whispering Palms was great. Would definitely stay there again when in Tuscon. - Jo and John
Mar 2016 - $17.00
The sites are narrow, very shallow and perpendicular to the roadway, and the streets are narrow which makes backing in a medium-large rig less than easy; however, the staff readily offered guidance. That combination made parking my truck a challenge. I didn't find the noise excessive for a central city location. The rate reflects my Passport America discount for a one week stay. - retiredfflarry
Jan 2016 - $13.00
Noise-no whispering here-planes, train and automobiles. Sites are short for long trailers. Just a few nights stay was a good quick stop value at Passport rates. Sites are hard packed gravel so easy leveling etc. Bit of a PITA to get into with large trailer but lots of room for turning when pulling out. Very helpfully and friendly staff. Easy off and on from freeway. All in all probably would not stop again just because of 38 foot trailer length but would still recommend for shorter trailer and quick stays. - snowbirdstoday
Mar 2011 - $40.00
The other reviews are accurate, this is one of the nicest parks we've stayed in. Everyone was friendly and included us in the park activities as if we were permanent residents. Great separate camp hosts for the RV section. Every area of this park is spotless. I checked "not" pet friendly because they only accept small dogs, and they may not be walked in the park. Designated pet areas are available, but the animal must be carried or driven there. We loved this park and have added it to our winter itinerary. Only negative is you need 20-30 feet of sewer hose to reach the connections if you park near your patio. - Westside
Nov 2010 - $18.00
We really enjoyed this park. The people were friendly, the place was sparkling clean and it was close to the hiking areas in Tucson. The sites are level, very large and are on large enough rocks that no dust blows around. Though this park is largely park models, there is a large RV section at the back. Security is tight with someone at the front gate 24-7. There is a large pool and two hot tub pools. There is a large central office with a library, kitchen, lounge, kitchen, large dining area and pool room. It is very nicely landscaped and maintained. Activities are offered. We'd definitely come back. - swike
Sep 2009 - $35.00
This is a 55+ mobile home community with an RV park in the rear. Very well maintained. - AJ and JJ