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Old 09-09-2019, 08:05 AM   #1
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We're retiring at the end of the month and plan on spending a month or so in Texas and then Arizona. Any advice on campgrounds in AZ. I've been researching Quartzite and was wondering if any AS groups make their way out there in March or April.
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I can't help you with most of that, but if you get the Chance stop in for a few days in Bisbee, AZ at the Queen Mine RV Park, it's one of my favorite stops, in fact that's where I am right now. Click image for larger version

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Congratulations on the retirement! Texas is a pretty big State, so a month is only long enough to sample a bit. We like Corpus Christi, Fredericksburg, New Braunfels, Georgetown, areas.


If you are Escapees members, there are some co-ops that you can visit. Lone Star Corral, Hondo, TX, is one. We were going to get a lot there, but wound up getting one at The Ranch, between Carlsbad and Artesia, NM instead. We'll be at our lot there in mid-to-late November and around it for the winter. Come see us if your route is going that way.
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We're retiring at the end of the month and plan on spending a month or so in Texas and then Arizona. Any advice on campgrounds in AZ. I've been researching Quartzite and was wondering if any AS groups make their way out there in March or April.
We usually stayed in state parks in Arizona, a couple of Maricopa County parks and Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument. All have been excellent. You will need to reserve early for any parks around Phoenix and Tucson. We stayed for one week at Palm Creek in Casa Grande - this was a well run expensive, private resort however they also offered an excellent discount for first timers.
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