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Old 07-07-2014, 04:49 PM   #1
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Winter in Arizona

Where is a good campground in Arizona for the winter months? And do you have to have reservations? And last , what months are the most crowded?

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Old 07-07-2014, 04:55 PM   #2
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There are way too many to mention. What part of Arizona is your first step. Then maybe we can give you some ideas. I personally like it along the Colorado river in western Arizona.
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Most crowed everywhere from Jan 1 to April 1
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Old 07-07-2014, 05:00 PM   #4
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Not so crowded in the north. Stay at 5000 ft or below and you'll have mild weather. State Parks are nice.

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We are going to yellowstone in mid Sept. Working our way down through Utah and to the Grand Canyon. We are hoping to spend about a month in Az. In oct-nov.



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Oct/Nov the RV parks will be almost empty. You won't need reservations anywhere, including the wonderful state parks.

The popular areas are Tucson/Benson; Phoenix/Mesa/Apache Junction; Yuma and north along the Colorado River to Havasu City.

Now you have to choose one and perhaps we can help with parks.
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Maybe after Grand Canyon a stop in Sedona --Jerome (cool place). Then on West to Kingman with a day trip into Oatman (with the toad). Then on SW to the Lake Havausu area. Lots of campgrounds in that area along the Colarado river. Also lots of BLM free camping areas.

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If you are wintering over, try Mesa Spirit, in Mesa AZ.
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Check out Sundance II in Casa Grande, AZ. CG is about half way between PHX and Tucson. Quiet, 55+ park.
Many of the lots in Sundance II are owner occupied with rv's or attractive park models. Reservations may be available for an owned but unoccupied FHU gravel lot. The short term FHU sites are closest to the office, indoor/outdoor pool and hot tub, crafts, meeting rooms, mail room, scheduled activities, and library. The short term spaces are very clean but unlandscaped and no picnic tables.
Friendly place with many persons returning year after year. All services and many restaurants are in CG. Staff is very friendly and helpful. They keep the place spotless.
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Justins Diamond J in Tucson.. out of town on the south side. howling coyotes at night. Spent the last two winters there and signed up for next winter too.
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Lots of info here too.

Arizona Snowbird Parks

But there are lots of other spots.
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