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Old 05-14-2012, 01:11 PM   #1
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RV park in Tucson?

Need to stay 1 or 2 nights near my cousin's house in Tucson, which is west of I-10, central area. Closest park would technically be Prince of Tucson RV Park, but worried about size of spaces (we have a 38' fiver w/4 slides) and construction. Just read a review that the central area of park is remodeling, lots of construction, etc. Interested in maybe Rincon Country West? Everything else is either too far from cousin's house or an old mobile home park.
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Rincon Country West is the BEST for me...., because they have a Garden RR.
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Rincon West has about every accomodation a person would want---for a price you can have a lawn. Look at their Premium Sites particularly if you have a pet. Petty much easy access to greater Tucson.

If you like mexican home cooking try the San Carlos Grill.
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Rincon Country West is the BEST for me...., because they have a Garden RR.
What's a "Garden RR"??
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What's a "Garden RR"??

They have a nice small guage Railroad near the administration. It was constructed by the club there by the participants. It really is quite a show piece even if it is not your hobby.
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Oh, that sounds fun! Rincon sounds good...will probably stay there. THANKS!
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I'm biased towards lazydays on Irvington ave about 1/10 of a mile off 10 exit 264
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Lazy-days was really nice when we were there in January. Nice restaurant,a Camping World and RV service if you need it. The staff was great.
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