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Old 02-14-2008, 10:43 PM   #1
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Campgrounds In/Near Tucson

We are heading to Tucson for a family member's wedding on May 17. Does anyone have recommendations for a good, safe campground in the area? We're looking for something with full hookups.

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Old 02-14-2008, 11:35 PM   #2
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Tucson Area RV Parks

Hey there...

If you were wanting to camp in a camp ground I would recommend Gilbert Ray Camp Ground in the Tucson Mountain Park...it's run by Pima County, has electricity, water and dup station availalel but no water or sewer hookups. It is on the west side of the Tucson Mountains, so it is a ways to Tucson, but not too bad, and you are really out from town in a beautiful desert setting.
NRPR - Gilbert Ray Campground

Catalina State Park is very close in to Tucson on north Oracle Road near Ora Valley and the NW side... there are water & electric hookups, no sewer hookups...water & dump station available...
Catalina State Park

Here are the websites or phone numbers for several Tucson area privately run RV parks...check them out...I'm sure you'll find something that is to your liking. (Some are 55+)

Prince of Tucson
Prince of Tucson RV Park

Rincon Country RV Resorts (Two: East & West)
Rincon Country RV Resorts - Your RV Resort in Tucson, Arizona

Voyager RV Resort
(800)424-9191

Far Horizons Tucson Village RV Resort
(800)480-3488

Western Way RV Resort
(800)292-8616

Desert Puebo Hoto Home Park
Desert Pueblo Mobile Home Park, Tucson, Arizona

Desert Trails RV Park
Desert Trails RV Park Tucson Arizona

Beaudry's RV Resert & Rally Park (This is a service center with an RV park as well.)
(877)694-9176

Crazy Horse RV Park
(800)279-6279

Tra-Tel Tucson RV Park
(520)888-5401

Tucson Meadows
(520)298-8024

Whipsering Palms RV Park
(800)266-8577

Miracle RV Park
(888)624-0142

El Frontera Motor Home Park
(520)887-6369

Mission View RV Park
(800)444-VIEW

South Forty RV Ranch
(520)297-2503

Desert Rails RV Park
(520)883-8340

The private ones are from Woodall's and Trailer Life Directory. I can't vouch for any of those, but some of them look pretty nice... My favorite is Gilbert Ray.

Good Luck and enjoy your time in Tucson! It shouldn't be too hot in Tucson yet...

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Old 02-14-2008, 11:50 PM   #3
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Hi there,

We've stayed at the Voyager Resort Voyager RV Resort home page
as well as the Cactus Country RV Park: Cactus Country RV Resort | Tucson RV Parks | Adventure Bound Camping Resorts
..both have hookups..the Voyager Resort was a unique experience w/a lot of different kinds of accomodations for travelers staying, and living there for the complete retired communtiy experience..we enjoyed the Cactus Country RV Park too
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Wow! Thanks for the information. We knew we could count on our fellow Airstreamers to offer good recommendations. We'll look into these campgrounds.
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We stayed one night in March 2005 at Beudry RV Resort as part of a cross-country trip. The virtual tour on their website,
http://www.beaudryrvresort.com/,
shows both inside and outside views. We did not make any use of their extensive amenities since we were only interested in a place to park the A/S and sleep. We chose Beaudry because of its proximity to Interstate 10 and because we would be outbound from Tucson when we departed the next a.m. It appeared to be fairly upscale and is probably a snow-bird spot during the winter months.
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