RV Parks for Camping Near Tucson, Arizona

RV Parks for Camping Near Tucson, Arizona
Stepping back in history, striding into recreation opportunities, hiking a national park; it's all part of the attraction to Tucson, Arizona. On an alluvial plain surrounded by steep, mountain ranges for hiking, Tucson stretches its history back to the ancestral agrarian Tohono O'odam native peoples. It was one of the legendary seven cities of gold on El Camino Real and home to the historic Spanish mission, San Xavier. With more than 350 days of sunshine, Tucson is a popular base for RV camping and a gateway to many activities.

Voyager RV Park

Exploring history is more accessible when camped in southern Tucson. The Voyager RV Resort, located off Interstate 10 south of Exit 270, Kolb Road, is a full-amenity location. Its bar and grill provide three meals a day, there's tennis and golf as well. The southern location saves crosstown traffic headaches when touring Mission San Xavier del Bac, hiking the less visited Saguaro National Park East District, or strolling the historic Western towns of Tombstone and the staircase sidewalks of Bisbee. Voyager is a full RV resort with more than 1,500, 50-amp service sites. Most are the standard 35-foot by 50-foot back-in, but there are many 100-foot pull-through sites. Campers enjoying privacy can select one of the 100 premium pull-through spaces that have semi-private hot tubs and barbecue facilities shared by two or four sites. The park also features 25-foot by 50-foot value sites for smaller RVs without pop-outs. Shower and laundry facilities are scattered about the resort for easy access. Free Wi-Fi is in the air throughout the park.



Voyager Resort

8701 S. Kolb Rd.

Tucson, AZ 85756

800-424-9191

voyagerrv.com

Beaudry RV Resort

Getting to activities in Tucson works well from Beaudry RV Resort and its access on South Country Club Drive. This major street nearly divides the city in half for central access. The Resort offers complete amenities, such as a restaurant, lounge, outdoor recreation and pools. It has easy freeway access to I-10 from Irvington Road, and it's close to bike trails and hiking in Madera Canyon in the Santa Rita Mountains, the Arizona Sonoran Desert Museum, Old Tucson movie set and Saguaro National Park West District and visitor center. Full-service 30- or 50-amp pads are offered by Beaudry. Of the more than 600 full-size RV sites, nearly half at the resort are pull-throughs. The park has an oasis with both leash-on and free-run dog parks, shaded picnic areas and boccie courts. High speed wireless Internet is free to weekly and seasonal RVers.



Beaudry RV Resort

5151 S. Country Club Rd.

Tucson, AZ 85706

888-500-0789

beaudryrvresort.com

Whispering Pines RV Resort

Situated just off Prince Road east from I-10 Exit 254, Whispering Pines RV Resort is central to major north Tucson recreation sites. Prince Road provides access to Sabino Canyon and the Santa Catalina Mountains, which feature challenging mountain bike trails. To the west, there's access to Saguaro National Park and the completely primitive Ironwood Forest National Monument. North on I-10, the volcanic plug Picacho Peak is a state park with hiking trails to the top of the peak. One of the most intimate RV resorts in Tucson, Whispering Palms has 472 back-in RV spaces, shower facilities and planned activities during the prime season from November to May.



Whispering Palms RV Park

3445 N. Romero Rd.

Tucson, AZ 85705

520-888-2500

whisperingpalmsrv.net

Desert Trails RV Park

Getting out of Tucson and still enjoying RV park amenities is possible at the Desert Trails RV Park. Located about 10 miles west from the I-19/Route 86-Ajo Way exit, the park is about two miles north of Ajo Way on San Joaquin Road. Located west of the Tucson Mountains, Desert Trails is in the Arizona Sonora Desert close to Saguaro National Park, and miles of public land bike trails and places for desert hiking. Wash off the day's action in one of the shower facilities. With 230, 30- and 50-amp sites, Desert Trails also has an overflow dry-camping area when hookups are filled. Most sites are back-in, but there are some pull-through pads. Wireless Internet is available throughout the park. The park offers an agility dog run and a dog wash station.



Desert Trails RV Park

3551 San Joaquin Rd.

Tucson AZ 85735

520 883-8340 (Toll Free) 888-883-8340

deserttrailsrvpark.com

Article Written By Eric Jay Toll

Eric Jay Toll has been writing since 1970, influenced by his active lifestyle. An outdoorsman, businessman, planner and travel writer, Toll's work appears in travel guides for the Navajo Nation, "TIME" and "Planning" magazines and on various websites. He studied broadcast marketing and management at Southern Illinois University.

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