Four RV Parks You Have to Visit in Tucson
It used to be the only way you could travel in an RV is if you were able to purchase one. That’s not the case anymore.
With Outdoorsy, you can rent an RV in the Tucson area!
From small campers that sleep just a few people to large RVs that can accommodate 10, you can rent an RV that fits your budget. The only question is where you’re going to stay.
Here are four RV parks you just have to visit in the Tucson area.
Voyager RV Resort and Hotel
Voyager is a must-visit because it’s much more than your run-of-the-mill RV park. It is a true resort located in Tucson.
Built with retired seniors in mind, but welcoming to people of all walks of life, this RV resort has a mind-boggling number of amenities that include:
- Three swimming pools
- Pickleball courts
- Tennis courts
- Day spa
They even have full-time recreational staff that will ensure your vacation away from home is a lot of fun!
Sentinel Peak RV Park
None of the RV parks on this list are very far from Tucson, but none get closer than Sentinel Peak RV Park. It’s the perfect choice if you want to stay in the area and do everything Tucson as to offer.
Sentinel Peak RV Park is Tucson’s only downtown RV park. You can explore the city via a light rail or take a shuttle to a surrounding area.
There are plenty of nature-related activities you can do as well. Do some rock climbing, check out one of the hiking trails, or go for a bike ride.
Wagon West RV Park
Just outside of Tucson in Salome, Wagon West Park is all about the atmosphere. Many of the people you’ll find at the park are regulars who come back often to hang out with friends they’ve met at the park.
That’s not all. Wagon West Park has plenty of boast-worthy amenities too!
They have a private nine-hole desert golf course, pool tables, shuffleboard courts, and they even have ATVs so you can take a ride on the trail.
Tucson/LazyDays KOA is a true oasis in the desert. It’s a great place to park your RV because it features beautiful fruit trees and abundant grass.
You’ll feel more like you’re at a resort than an RV park because you can park your RV at a Southwest style patio site that features a fireplace, relax by one of the two pools, hop in the hot tub, or spend some time on the putting green.
You can also spend time under their PowerParasols® solar shade structures that produce clean solar energy while allowing you to camp, gather, and barbeque.
Whether you prefer spending a little time in nature or you want to stay close to the city so you can explore downtown Tucson, the area has plenty of RV parks to choose from. Stay at one of these parks and you’ll create memories that will last a lifetime.