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Old 03-16-2012, 07:30 PM   #1
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rv park in northern arizona

I am currently near Prescott, Az at 7300 ft and with the storm warnings out I need to get to a lower elevation tomorrow, the 17th. I am headed to the South Rim of the Grand Canyon but think I should find a good RV Park to hole up in for a day or two. Does anyone have any experience with one between Prescott and Grand Canyon Village? Thanks

PS: I left Montana to get away from the snow for a few weeks-guess I didn't go far enough-up to 20 inches predicted for my current site-but perfect until now.

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Old 03-16-2012, 07:45 PM   #2
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Not sure exactly where the storm is supposed to hit( I'm in Tucson away from danger area) but in Williams az we stayed at grand canyon railway rv park expense but pretty nice. Just confirm they are out of storm area as I am not sure.

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There are several RV parks in Williams to hole up, but the snow level is expected to be down to 3000ft. so you would still be in it. The best alternative would be the Camp Verde area. There are four parks there.
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Tsronco, Where in Tucson? I'm sitting in Rincon East and the rain and wind have come on good this morning. Rim area is still a bit high and is to get a bunch of snow.

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Old 03-18-2012, 09:29 AM   #5
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Originally Posted by OLYLEN
Tsronco, Where in Tucson? I'm sitting in Rincon East and the rain and wind have come on good this morning. Rim area is still a bit high and is to get a bunch of snow.

I'm at lazy days we getting a good dose of rain n wind not supposed to get get the snow tho we will see
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We are in Cottonwood, AZ (thousand Trails) and it has rained all night and so far all morning. Predicting 1-3" snow tonight.

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