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Old 12-30-2012, 09:57 PM   #1
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Anybody have any feedback as to a good RV community to stay at for a 6 month stay?
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Old 12-30-2012, 10:00 PM   #2
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We are there.
Sundance 1 RV Resort, Casa Grande.
http://www.sundance1rv.com/intro.html
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We are there.
Sundance 1 RV Resort, Casa Grande.
http://www.sundance1rv.com/intro.html
Can you tell us about your satisfaction of the resort? Do they charge for electricity or is it included in the monthly rate? Also, do they provide full hook ups for RVs? Would you recommend this resort for a 6 month stay? We'd appreciate your input.
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Can you tell us about your satisfaction of the resort? Do they charge for electricity or is it included in the monthly rate? Also, do they provide full hook ups for RVs? Would you recommend this resort for a 6 month stay? We'd appreciate your input.
i stayed the month of november this year 2012, yes you pay electric monthly i would stay 6 month if the wife would but she will not leave grandkids that long the pool is very nice and is actually warm
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Can you tell us about your satisfaction of the resort? Do they charge for electricity or is it included in the monthly rate? Also, do they provide full hook ups for RVs? Would you recommend this resort for a 6 month stay? We'd appreciate your input.
Fully satisfied!
Indoor/outdoor pool, many activities, and you can do as much or as little a you want.
Secure!
Electricity extra but not expensive.
All sites clean, level, full hookups, 50 amp.
Great people.
For 6 months, I would br here from October to March. We are in the middle of 3 months.
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Check out the activities on this link:

http://www.sundance1rv.com/activities.html
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We have stayed at this place the last nine years. You can go on line and look at their fees. This place is particularly nice if you have hobbies and outside interest. Lots of clubs to suit every taste. I am a wood worker and they have a complete woodshop. My wife made quilts and they have a complete quilting and sewing center. Hikers, birdwatchers, computer geeks, card players, dancers, etc; you name it they got it.

NIce facility nicely operated.

Casa Grande suggestions are also good.
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We chose Casa Grande as it is a good mid point between Phoenix and Tucson.
So much to see and do near Casa Grande and in all directions within an hour or so.
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We chose Casa Grande as it is a good mid point between Phoenix and Tucson.
So much to see and do near Casa Grande and in all directions within an hour or so.
Do you have a name of the community in Casa Grande?
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Rincon Country RV Resorts - Your RV Resort in Tucson, Arizona

We have stayed at this place the last nine years. You can go on line and look at their fees. This place is particularly nice if you have hobbies and outside interest. Lots of clubs to suit every taste. I am a wood worker and they have a complete woodshop. My wife made quilts and they have a complete quilting and sewing center. Hikers, birdwatchers, computer geeks, card players, dancers, etc; you name it they got it.

NIce facility nicely operated.

Casa Grande suggestions are also good.
Which of the resorts have you stayed at and which is your favorite?
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Sunset 1 RV Resort
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Anybody have any feedback as to a good RV community to stay at for a 6 month stay?
Yea, we have been staying at the Coyote Howls E RV Park in Why, Arizona, for 3 1/2 yrs and couldn't be happier. If you take a yearly lot it costs $500 a yr. You get BIG BIG lot - bigger than our front yard at home, water, and the friendliest group of snowbirds around. Most of us get power from solar, a few on generators. We use solar and love not getting power bill every month. Dumper Dan empties our holding tanks when needed for a very reasonable fee. We get 15 Tucson tv channels. Look it up online. 10 miles S of Ajo, about 50 miles S of Gila Bend on hwy 85; 120 miles W of Tucson on Hwy 86. Why is at junction of hwys 85 and 86. 15 or so miles N of Organ Pipe Cactus Natl Mnmt. There is a Coyote Howls West RV park that has full hook ups, by the way. Just around the corner.
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