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Old 11-28-2019, 02:07 PM   #1
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Higher end RV resort southern Arizona

We would like to spend two to three months in southern Arizona and are looking for a nice higher end rv resort. Many of the resorts I have looked into seem to cater to the park models and the sites for rvís are nothing more than a concrete pad surrounded by gravel. Weíre looking for something with a bigger pad and a sitting/shade structure. A little landscaping would be nice too. We just donít want to spend all that time in a site that is basically a parking space. If any of you have any suggestions it would be appreciated.
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Old 11-28-2019, 02:15 PM   #2
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this time of year good luck finding an open space til after april
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You might check The Palms in Yuma for an owner site that would be available to rent. The resort has a mix of lots, sticks & bricks, and lots with casitas. Definitely a high end resort. https://yumapalmsrvresort.com
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Old 11-29-2019, 05:24 PM   #4
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Try Casa Grande, Az
Palm Desert, Ca
Palm Springs, Ca
Little late for this winter!
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Most people would not consider a KOA....a higher class resort.

That being said.....the Tucson KOA has some really nice spaces.
Pull thru, 50/30/20 amp, Full Hookups, Deluxe Paved Patio, With Upgraded Furniture, and Fireplace. Landscaping and fruit trees.

Two pools, Nine Hole Putting Course, store, laundry, onsite BBQ restaurant.

We were just there last week. Plenty of open spaces.
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We stay at the Tucson Lazy Days KOA every mid-Jan to mid-Feb. it’s great. Tucson is great, too. The weather is usually ideal.

It does fill up and might be difficult to find one site for two months. It may require some moving around. This will be our 4th year. We always reserve next years site the day before we leave.
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Keep us posted on what you find.
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We stay at the Tucson Lazy Days KOA every mid-Jan to mid-Feb. itís great. Tucson is great, too. The weather is usually ideal.

It does fill up and might be difficult to find one site for two months. It may require some moving around. This will be our 4th year. We always reserve next years site the day before we leave.
I agree. Nice place.
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Would second looking into The Palms in Yuma. Remember that Tucson is 2300í and weather can be colder than the south AZ Desert.

Not sure where you are coming from but the Coachella Valley (Palm Springs) is a spectacular winter destination. Some very high end RV resorts out of our budget but maybe not yours LOL
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If you want RV resort, no park models, the Palm Springs area is the place. Motorcoach Country Club in Indio, Outdoor Resorts Indio and Outdoor Resorts Palm Springs are the best of the best. Golf courses, active social scene, nice clubhouses, restaurants and prices to match. Note that Outdoor Resorts Palm Springs is the only one of the three that allow rigs other than Class A. Also Outdoor Resort Palm Springs is not very dog friendly (really small dog run in one corner is the only place for them). If those are out of your price range, the next level would be Emerald Desert, another nice park, but without the golf (and add in train noise).
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Fortuna de ore rv park . Yuma
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