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Old 12-31-2012, 12:29 AM   #1
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Anyone stayed at Catalina state park in Tucson, Az

Anyone ever stayed at Catalina State park in Tucson Az? Looks like it has good reviews. Was wondering if anyone knows if there is anywhere near by to take our side x side out for a ride. It's street legal and has OHV tag. We reserved our spot online today
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We stayed there a few years ago. Loved the park but, it does have one drawback. While we were the it rained up in the mountains during the night (not a drop in the park). The resulting run off kept us trapped there the better part of the next day. The road in and out crosses a wash that fills with mud and debris with every big rain. The picture is after several hours of work with the loader, notice the piles of sand on the left. We were told that was the third time that year for this to happen
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Old 01-01-2013, 10:24 PM   #3
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Thanks that's good info to know and I will be sure to check weather before heading down there this weekend.
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