We spent this past February at De Anza Trails RV Resort in Amado, AZ. Amado is about half way between Tucson and the Mexican border and 7 or 8 miles south of the popular retirement community of Green Valley. It was recommended to us by friends. When we first got there, we thought, what the heck? Where are we and why would we want to be here anyway? But it turns out it is fairly centrally located for a lot of interesting day trips to Tombstone, Tucson, Nogales, Sonoita, Patagonia, Karchner Caverns, etc.
The park itself is not too fancy but has an indoor pool, game rooms, and laundry facilities. The roads within the park are paved, wide and easy to maneuver, the sites are gravel, very roomy, plenty of room for a 45 footer plus "patio" area and tow car.
Temps dropped below freezing several nights and it was still cold in the mornings many times, but the days were very pleasant, usually high 60s to low 70s and even into the 80s several times.
If you go, request a space facing the mountains (east I think) for the best view.
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