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Hi fellow RVers. We are finally ready to hit the road and Tucson,AZ will be our first stop. Not totally familiar with the area and would love some RV park recommendations. We will be traveling with our 2 dogs in a 34' class A rig. Any help would be appreciated ???

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Recent discussion on Tucson RV parks.

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We lived in Tuson for 13 yrs. If your coming from the East on 10, We would stay at the Pima County Fairgrounds.Located just off Houghton Rd. Full hook ups, use to be $20.00 A night. Understand they just added a lot of new sites. Price probably went up.

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Pandi wrote:

Hi fellow RVers. We are finally ready to hit the road and Tucson,AZ will be our first stop. Not totally familiar with the area and would love some RV park recommendations. We will be traveling with our 2 dogs in a 34' class A rig. Any help would be appreciated ???

We stayed at LAZYDAYS which has somehow teamed up with KOA now...
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Trackrig's link modified a bit

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2nd vote for Pima county fair grounds.


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We like:
Catalina State Park north of Tucson
Tombstone Territories RV Resort in Huachuca City


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How long do you plan on being in Tucson? Lots to do if you have the time. Let us know how long you're going to be there and we'll give you a list. We stayed in Amado at the old Greyhound Dog Race Track. Excellent campground but about half hour south of Tucson away from the big city....Dennis


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azdryheat wrote:

We like:
Catalina State Park north of Tucson
Tombstone Territories RV Resort in Huachuca City


I 2nd Catalina State Park.

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Most of the Tucson parks are full up for the season. The Koa is anywhere from the high 50's to over 75 a nite!!!!

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