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Old 09-06-2013, 06:03 AM   #1
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RV resort around Tuscon AZ

Big rig, 42' diesel with 2 inhabitants, 65 years young for Jan & Feb 2014. Checked Woodalls & Internet, but would prefer your recommendations.

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Old 09-06-2013, 06:23 AM   #2
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We stayed at lazy Days in Tuscon, little airplane noise. Cochise Terrace in Benson ( 45 miles or so on I10) was nice. roads are pavement, coach is parked on gravel, lots are very big, people were very friendly we will be going back in Jan Feb 14

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Old 09-06-2013, 06:32 AM   #3
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You did say resort, not camping. We hung out here for eight years in a row and liked it very much.

Rincon Country West: Ask for the quads in the back of the park. You will park the RV in a square rather than chevron style and have grass out your front door and shade trees and be on level asphalt. May be tough to get for two months reservation they are popular.

The other parking is more traditional and on gravel but the grounds are nicely maintained.

This park has a full range of activities and services for any interest. A full wood shop, sewing and knitting room, lapidary shop, clubs of every description from model railroad to investing, bird watching, hiking, biking, golfing. A fine pool and clean laundry facilities, hot tubs are handy at the laundry areas.

It is pet friendly but also has restricted areas for non pet types. (Rincon has a west and east location, I'm describing west)
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Old 09-06-2013, 07:09 AM   #4
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I highly second the Rincon West. There are two sister campgrounds. Rincon East and West. We tried to use the East one but, it's "Sardine Can" approach to RV camping etc., ultra tight and, ours was "only" a 36' unit. So, yes, the "Quad" parking at Rincon West is a very nice arrangement. You're not squished in at all. And, it's not far from anything. A slight freeway or, even side road jaunt will put you in lots of desired places for eating etc. Good luck.
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We have been at Rincon East for the past 6 years. It is a very friendly park and we do not have the airport noise that West has. There are enough activities at either park to keep you as busy as you want to be. Happy trails!
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I spent two winters at Voyager RV Resort just south of Tucson off I-10. It's one of the nicest RV parks I've stayed in. It's huge, something like 1300 spaces. Excellent facilities, pretty much everything you can think of.

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