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Old 10-16-2019, 02:43 PM   #43
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A lot of good information here from experienced full time RVers
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Old 10-20-2019, 08:04 AM   #45
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I have to say we like the desert, peace and quiet, so we boondock most of the time, have not used a RV park except once during the winter and then only because we weren't set up for boondocking. Now we are good to go and love the boondocking side of life. Will be there this winter!!
Agreed. We never thought we would like the desert, having lived all our life in Michigan. How can you beat free camping and sunny warm weather every day? Beautiful sun rises and sunsets. Stars galore at night. Winter in the desert is hard to beat.
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Old 10-23-2019, 03:37 PM   #46
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Palm Creek Golf & RV Resort in Casa Grande seem to have RV Pads and homes. They have a web site
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Palm Creek looks nice but at almost $1000 a month I think I will skip it.
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I did a video on the place we stayed last season. $350 month plus electric. Fun group of people but not much of a park. Castle Rock Shores in Parker. Check it out. Fyi - I had to cancel this year's stay yesterday, so I know they have space.
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Be careful of people that know everything about price and nothing about value. A very bitter experience and a long list for us.
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Palm Creek looks nice but at almost $1000 a month I think I will skip it.
If you play pickleball that's the place to go. Played in a tournament there. Of course, most parks in Arizona now have pickleball..... great sport!!
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I did a video on the place we stayed last season. $350 month plus electric. Fun group of people but not much of a park. Castle Rock Shores in Parker. Check it out. Fyi - I had to cancel this year's stay yesterday, so I know they have space.
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