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Old 01-22-2015, 06:59 PM   #1
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Going to Tucson for the first time

We are on our way to Tucson and have not made any reservations ahead of time. I am wondering if there are plenty of RV parks that would have vacancies and how to find a good one
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Old 01-22-2015, 07:04 PM   #2
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This place is amazing. You can check for vacancy and/or make reservations online Arizona State Parks: Catalina: Home Stay is limited to 14 days but it might be a good place to land and then look for longer term if that's what you need
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The Tucson Gem, Mineral, and Fossil show takes up most of the area from now thru the middle of February, and it can be difficult to find a campground without reservations.

We have stayed at Voyager RV Resort just E of Tucson many times, and I just checked there site and all of the standard sites are sold out. There were a few of the premium sites still available for about $850 per month.

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Gilbert Ray campground in Tucson Mtn. Park is similar to a state park in that the surroundings are natural vegetation and gorgeous. It's close to the Desert Museum and Saguaro - West Nat'l Park.
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Justins Diamond J usually has a few pull thru sites available.. they are for short term only.. With the mineral show and a huge trap shoot places fill up in Feb. Most of us regulars out here make our reservation a year in advance.
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We are on our way to Tucson and have not made any reservations ahead of time. I am wondering if there are plenty of RV parks that would have vacancies and how to find a good one
I recetnly stayed at Pima County Fairgrounds. I'd not recommend that. It's inexpensive, but not pleasant. It's close to the eastern section of Saguaro Nat'l Park which is one redeeming quality. I wrote as little about it in my blog post From Austin to Quartzsite.
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You could call Vogager RV Resort on 8701 S Kolb Rd Tucson just off Hwy 10. (520) 574-5000 they also have an 800#
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