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Old 01-20-2014, 09:52 AM   #15
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You might try a little further south in Tucson.

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I spent two winters in the Voyager RV Park. A total of six winters in Tucson, very nice and lots more to do than Casa Grande. The weather will be a couple of degrees cooler than Case Grande.

You might also check out Queen Valley RV Park. It's very close to Mesa but a world away.

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I don't blame you for wanting to get out of Mesa. Obviously a lot of people like the big city jam but it does nothing for me.
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The best campground we found in Tucson was Mission RV Park. We only stayed in Tucson for a short time.
We were run out of a WAL-MART in south Tucson once, a local rule prevents overnight parking.
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