The post of 26March2005 from Dr. C. is still applicable, although the state park offers only 2-way + a dump station.
You might want to consider the Patagonia RV Park, <www.patagoniarvpark.com
>, limited to only 18 spaces with few amenities, i.e., three-way hook-up, limited cable tv, laundry, hi-speed wireless, but nothing frivolous except for shade from neighboring pecan, mesquite trees, and serenity.
A small town park, it has a curious, oil/water mixture of residents; quail hunters with fluorescent suspenders, camo clothing, perhaps Cabela camisoles after dark, and handsome bird dogs....and
bird watchers armed with bushnell binoculars, digital camera, a Peterson guide to western birds on the right rump, and a life list on the left.
And the ambivalent ...... that would be us.
The town (pop. 835) < www.patagoniaaz.com
> is poor, a landfill in waiting, cool at night, pleasant during the day. Heterogenous, it is not overrun with silver hairs whining about the weather and Part D, there is no traffic, little crime (if you disallow for domestic disputes), good library, small jail, and more saloons than churches. Also winter home to several writers and hundreds of bird species. Or maybe it's the other way around.
In lovely, hikable, high mountain ranch country, you are a scenic drive from Nogales, Sonora Mx (20 miles), Kartchner Caverns (45), Tuscon, if you insist
(60), Tombstone, "the town too tough to die"
(60), Bisbee, motto;"more tattoos than teeth"
(70), and Tubac, "where art and history collide"
(45). Additional upsides; not a single franchised food outlet, more that 38 miles to an interstate off-ramp, and 22 miles away from the arkansas big box. Define tranquility.
I could provide a local tour if you like. Regardless of where you decide to land, have a nice holiday season and a pleasant aluminum vacation.