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Old 12-15-2007, 06:54 PM   #1
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We are planning a trip to Mesa Arizona in April. I have been schearching the web to find a resort that is not 55+ My wife is 54 and I am 52. We have a 45 foot coach and have two dogs.Does anyone have any suggestions?
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We are planning a trip to Mesa Arizona in April. I have been schearching the web to find a resort that is not 55+ My wife is 54 and I am 52. We have a 45 foot coach and have two dogs.Does anyone have any suggestions?
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Old 12-15-2007, 07:46 PM   #3
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There is a KOA in Mesa / Apache Junction. I don't believe KOA has any age restrictions. I don't know anything about the campground, found it while searching the web.
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Don't worry too much about the age restriction as close to the 55 mark as you are. My wife and I spent a year in Apache Junction in a park that was 55+ and at the time I was only 49. At first they were not sure if I could stay but I convinced them that we were probably more quiet and laid back than most of their legal residents. I was right! As long as you do not have any children I don't believe you will have a problem.
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I searched & searched a week ago w/o luck. We are 40 and there are no nice campgrounds that aren't 55+.

KOA is not 55+ but, it is pretty rough. Essentially parking in the desert.

I did talk to one of the reservations people and she said to send an email to the manager. I'll bet you can get an exception.

One of the places wouldn't accept anything over 40', Superstition Sunrise.
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Old 12-16-2007, 03:07 PM   #6
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Are you sure they know you are NOT 55+ Think about it.
Most parks I say at in Mesa will have up to 20% under 55 members.
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I know what you are saying. However, in my case, I have a 5 & 6 year old. Anyone above 40 should be able to pass. Not that I would ever try to pull one over on a distinguished campground owner.
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Old 12-31-2007, 07:58 AM   #8
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We are presently at the Usery Mountain Regional Park at Mesa. There's a 14 day limit here and now sewer but they do have restrooms and showers and playgrounds for the kids. There are a lot of hiking trails here as well and its only a couple of miles to shopping and groceries. They have both back in and what they call pull thru sites which are like pullouts on a highway. We love parks like this and there are several around the Phoenix area. We're going to check out McDowell Regional Park today which is further west near Scottsdale but is the same type of park.

Cost is $20/day.
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