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Old 01-04-2014, 11:36 AM   #1
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Family Camping Areas in Arizona or New Mexico or ?

Hi Folks:

We are new to the RV world and looking for some spots to get our feet wet with the new rig. We live in Tucson and are looking for places for an extended weekend. Ideally, we would like some spots where we could just park the RV for the weekend and enjoy things within walking distance. Most ideally would be a campgrounds with tons of things for kids (playground, activities, etc.).

Recommendations would be most appreciated!
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Go to state parks and take advantage of the ranger program and hikes. Let nature be their playground.
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Pinetrees or desert?

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I also,live I'm Tucson, this summer go to Greer. The campground about 1/2 mile before town has the cleanest showers and restrooms I have ever seen, however it dry camping. Each lot is big and flat and not on top of each other. We used our Honda generator in the afternoon to charge the batteries and it was great!
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Thanks everyone! Keep 'em coming! I am making a list.

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