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Old 03-27-2014, 08:14 AM   #15
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Originally Posted by DonDee View Post
Why paint all of AZ with the same brush. At our house the avg. OUTDOOR temp is 77 degrees. Hell hole? I think not.

gthunts, stick to above 4000ft and you'll be fine. Enjoy your trip.
Try Lake Havasu in the summer and you'll change your mind real quick !! Im sure places that are higher in elevation (4-5000 ft) are more comfortable. then say Phoenix or Havasu. But the large population centers of Az are hell holes in the summer and I stick with my statement...
In other words been there done that.. Az in the summer?? NO THANKS

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Old 03-27-2014, 01:42 PM   #16
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One word of caution about Trailer Village: The crows will poke holes in your sewer hose. There is a sign in the office kiosk warning you to keep the hose out of sight during the day.

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Old 03-28-2014, 08:58 AM   #17
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We did the South and North Rims in Aug 2012. Temps were fine.
We stayed at the Trailer Village at South Rim. Roads/sites were terrible. I think they have since been redone. Not all but most of the "RV 4 Rent" folks were rude. Most from other countries. Did not speak English. They would jump in front you of in line for the shuttle bus. A few "words" were exchanged over it. (Not trying to stereotype, just my experience from the one time that we was there).
The North Rim was a whole different atmosphere. More relaxed and enjoyable. Campground was really nice.
I would definitely do the North Rim again.

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