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Old 06-26-2014, 03:05 PM   #15
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I think we were in Sedona around the 15 th of February last year. Needed a light jacket but good weather overall.

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Old 06-26-2014, 03:52 PM   #16
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Sedona is one of our favorite spots. Though it was light jacket weather when Russell was there, be forewarned that it also has been known to snow in Sedona and did so earlier last winter. You won't be be shoveling it, but it can be a surprise if you aren't prepared.

If you enjoy being near a city, metro Tucson and metro Phoenix have huge varieties of rv parks in different price ranges. We have enjoyed our stays in both cities. Liked Rincon ValleyWest in Tucson and Valle del Oro in Mesa.

Wherever you go, book early to avoid disappointment. Have a great trip.
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Yes, Sedona will more likely be cold in January but if there's a dusting of snow on the red rocks it would be beautiful. We always stay at Dead Horse Ranch State Park in Cottonwood (might even be a little warmer) and it's a short drive to Sedona.

Yuma will be the warmest in January. Have a good trip!
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Zane Grey is a lovely, more rustic type RV park in Camp Verde, AZ - just 30 mins south of Sedona. We stayed there on our first visit to Sedona May 2011. Returned last Oct when we were staying at our time share in Sedona. They were looking for help & we were SERIOUSLY considering, but not quite yet ready to commit. Website - http://www.zanegreyrvpark.com


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If you're an "Old Hippie" you might try Slab City/"The Slabs" near Niland, CA, east of Salton Sea. It's boondocking. It's also free and you can meet many, many interesting characters there. There are several YouTube vids available, if you're interested.
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If you're an "Old Hippie" you might try Slab City/"The Slabs" near Niland, CA, east of Salton Sea. It's boondocking. It's also free and you can meet many, many interesting characters there. There are several YouTube vids available, if you're interested.
now THAT is worth a visit!
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