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Old 01-31-2008, 05:44 AM   #1
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Need a recommendation for a one week stay in Apache Junction AZ. Room for big rigs, amenties, etc. Winter visit. Thanks.
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Need a recommendation for a one week stay in Apache Junction AZ. Room for big rigs, amenties, etc. Winter visit. Thanks.
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Old 02-01-2008, 02:46 AM   #3
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Check out this post I started a while ago:
Apache Junction, AZ - I'm only 40 and not allowed to camp

As long as you are 55+ there are many nice places.
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If you are under 55 the Koa in Apache is nice.
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Old 02-01-2008, 10:02 AM   #5
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Bill,

We're at Canyon Vistas in Gold Canyon (part of AJ). Very nice, spacious sites, tons of things going on, or just kick back. A number of sites are vacant right now (have no idea if they're reserved)- you might give them a call: (480) 288-8844.

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here is where we are and we like it as it is close to golf, etc...http://www.meridianrvresort.com/index2.html
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Old 02-05-2008, 12:57 PM   #7
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We are in at the Meridian. Nice bunch of folks. Thanks for the recomendation.
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We are leaving Apache Junction AZ and the Meridian RV resort tomarrow for Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument , no Internet. This has been a very friendly resort, not as fancy as some, but all necessary amenities. As is true with most, longer stays are a cheaper daily rate. If you come to
AJ, don't miss the Organ Stop Pizza joint. Good Pizza at normal prices, and The Worlds Largest Theater Organ! Over 6,000 pipes, and a great show playing great music. Plus, the organ itself raises and lowers from a pit on the floor, after a light show! Yes, they have beer. And other libations. Not to be missed.
We are going tonight to the Barleens Dinner Theater, a Country Music extravaganza. And the Worlds Largest Saxophone! (We are into Worlds Largest.) Plus Al Hirts' trumpet. Minus Al. Wont be able to rate this show, but it is very popular here. More thrilling reports in the future.
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We were at the Barleens show this year. It was good you will enjoy it.
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