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Old 02-18-2016, 08:46 PM   #29
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Old 02-19-2016, 01:32 AM   #30
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I have to agree with all of the above. Don't forget the stunning golf courses also. The Mountain course at the Loews Resort is special.

The Arizona Sonora Desert Museum [ASDM] is a must see for us each year. There is a small county campground call Gilbert Ray just a mile or so from the ASDM. Also nearby is Saguaro National Park (drive the Bajada Loop in the toad...not the MH). If you have a couple of days, take the time to see the above, and experience the wonder and solitude of a sunrise and sunset in the Sonora desert. If you take the RV to Gilbert Ray campground be sure to go by way of the 19, NOT Gates Pass (although taking the toad up there for a sunset is highly recommended). Enjoy! February is a great time to be in southern AZ.


DITTO to all of this - & don't let "museum" fool you. This is by far a typical museum. It is 90% outside and so much to do. We spent from 8:00 am till 6:00 pm here. Drive the entire Gates Pass from Tuscon without your trailer. It is a spectacular drive. Actually I think RV's are prohibited. Gilbert Ray Regional Campground is lovely - camping out in the middle of the desert & amongst the Saguaro's Loved it
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