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Old 10-02-2015, 07:55 AM   #1
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We are planning to visit friends near Phoenix this coming February. How far north of the city does the weather stay moderate with daytime temperatures in the mid 60's? Any good RV park recommendations in that area? As always, thanks for the help.
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You can can stay as far north as Sedona with good weather. There are endless places to stay. What are you looking for?
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You can can stay as far north as Sedona with good weather. There are endless places to stay. What are you looking for?
We would be interested in any recommendations for a good RV park in Phoenix for one night stops driving through. We like full hookups and easy access (preferably pull throughs) for these one night stops. And reasonably near I-10. Thanks.
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There's nothing like hearing from "real people," but if you're just researching here's a Web site that lists temperatures in Arizona:

Climate Arizona - temperature, rainfall and average

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Elevation is the key. Under 4000ft, you're in pretty good shape.
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Our friends just moved to Arizona and live near I 17 and rt 74. We would like an RV park near this area or slightly to the north. Looking for recommendations, would rather not stay at a huge (1000+) park. Some activities would be nice but larger site more important. We would be staying the month of February.
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Check out the rv parks at Lake Pleasant.


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you can also use https://www.google.com/#q=accuweather it has month and year data available
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This one is just north of Phx. Most of the RV parks along 1-17 are no good.

Pioneer RV Resort
This would be my top choice:
Parks & Recreation - Maricopa County

Lake pleasant is a good choice as LGCope recommended.
http://www.pleasantharbor.com/

I can get you more info if needed
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Can you tell me anything about Black Canyon City? What about Black Canyon RV Resort?
We love the Sedona Cottonwood Jerome area but I think it would be cold in February.
Also wonder about Wickenberg.
I really appreciate all your help! We have been to Arizona many times but never in a motor home.
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Can you tell me anything about Black Canyon City? What about Black Canyon RV Resort?
We love the Sedona Cottonwood Jerome area but I think it would be cold in February.
Also wonder about Wickenberg.
I really appreciate all your help! We have been to Arizona many times but never in a motor home.
My vote is for cottonwood. so much to do there. It is rare that they get real cold. I spend at least 2 weeks there a year. If it does, pack up and head south. Black canyon is a dump. The RV park washed down stream a year ago.Too small. Unless you like that sort of thing. Wickenburg would be a good option. You can dry camp at Augua Fria national park for free.
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I see you have a Jeep (just empty every pocket). If your vehicle is somewhat capable off-road I can direct you to some spots that you will never forget. Jeffaz and Dondee can help as well. We travel in the same circles, just not together.
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My vote is for cottonwood. so much to do there. It is rare that they get real cold. I spend at least 2 weeks there a year. If it does, pack up and head south. Black canyon is a dump. The RV park washed down stream a year ago.Too small. Unless you like that sort of thing. Wickenburg would be a good option. You can dry camp at Augua Fria national park for free.

Sorry, but Black Canyon RV Park is just fine. We stayed there for a month last November and loved it! It is convenient to Cottonwood, Sedona, Verde Valley, Jerome, and much more.
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