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Old 05-05-2016, 04:39 PM   #1
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RV Park Recommendations

My DW & I are looking for nice RV camps/resorts in the Phoenix & Tucson areas.
We plan on spending a couple weeks in these areas in late September & early October.
I haven't found anything too exciting looking through rvparkreviews.
Good full hook up recommendations appreciated.
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I stayed at Picacho Peak RV Resort. It was nice, clean and quiet. Very safe with security. It's between Tucson and Casa Grande.

Picacho Peak RV Resort | Hospitality as warm as the Arizona sun!
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For Tucson, the Voyager is a popular one along with Rincon Country West.

The Pichaco Peak link given above is a park that far from everything. It also is an area of dust storms.

For the Phoenix area which is huge look toward the east valley of Apache Junction area. Canyon Vistas and Gold Canyon along with Eagle View are popular.

We've not stayed at any of these as we like the public parks. Maricopa County Parks have about five stunning parks. They have electric and water but I don't believe any have sewer. Our favorites are McDowell Mountain, Usery and Cave Creek. On the west side of I-17 is Lake Pleasant which might have F/H/U. Lost Dutchman State Park is gorgeous and has F/H/U.

In Tucson Catalina State Park is very nice.
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Another vote for Eagle View in Fort McDowell. It's surrounded by desert(reservation) so not too much commotion except for the coyote howls!
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Lost Dutchman just east of Phoenix is very good
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We stay at View point in Mesa AZ great place
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Park Recommendations

Thanks to everyone for all the good park recommendations.
I'm sure we will find one of the recommended parks will work great for us.
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Thanks to everyone for all the good park recommendations.
I'm sure we will find one of the recommended parks will work great for us.
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One more option in North Phoenix: Desert Shadows RV park. It is a huge park model resort, but the front section is set up for RV's. Very clean, very convenient and lots to do if you so choose.

We stay here whenever we get to PHX to see our kids.
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Where can you stay for a month or longer near Phoenix with pets?
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Our son recently moved to Phoenix so we toured many parks in the area and found that the nicest was Pueblo El Mirage in El Mirage.
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Where can you stay for a month or longer near Phoenix with pets?
Just about every park would allow pets - depending what they are and how many.
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Just about every park would allow pets - depending what they are and how many.

I use State parks as I have 8 dogs n 3 cats
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