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Old 07-30-2016, 12:38 PM   #1
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We would like to spend a couple of months in Arizona this winter so when it warms up we are ready to head north. We would like a park with a lot of active full timers that like to hike, play tennis, fish, etc. We have been full timing since March of this year and are in our early sixties. Would like a place with some like minded folks. We appreciate any feedback and suggestions. Thanks in advance.

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We stayed at Mesa Regal RV park in Mesa AZ last year and had a blast. I highly recommend it. Book early though as it gets booked up quickly. They had tons to do and everyone was super nice, great swimming pools, dancing, recreation and located near a lot of other things to do. Were going back this coming year for Spring training.

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Old 07-30-2016, 04:32 PM   #3
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Any of the Cal-Am Parks will give you that. We stay in Sun Life. Not a lot of fishing in Mesa.

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Not a lot of fishing in Mesa.
Not right in Mesa but close by at the lakes on the Apache Trail at Apache Junction, Lake Pleasant and Roosevelt Lake. Surprisingly, Arizona has a lot of water for the desert.
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You might check out Yuma also, we stayed in Quartzsite didn't like the park but liked Quartzsite. Then went too Yuma for a month and loved the park and the people were wonderful going back again.
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The Voyager in Tucson has any kind of activity you may want...except fishing. However, it would be easy to do a day trip to Parker Canyon Lake or Patagonia Lake.
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We have stayed at the Voyager the past 3 winters and will return there again in November. It's a huge park but everyone is friendly, unlike some other parks that will remain nameless in Mesa. There are so many activities you can't name them all. Lots of classes from water aerobics to bike or motorcycle rides to political discussions. You can do as much or as little as you want.

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