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34 RV Parks near Drexel Heights, Arizona
We did however find 34 campgrounds within 25 miles of Drexel Heights. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Drexel Heights in the left hand column.
Mar 2019 - $20.00
Simply one of the best parks we've stayed in. The sites are large and level, the people are welcoming and helpful, and the amenities are out of this world. There is always something going on, from concerts, to crafts of every kind you can imagine, to current event discussion groups, and of course Pickle Ball. This is an active, vibrant community that makes everyone feel at home. - Miles and Smiles
Feb 2019 - $20.00
The staff was very friendly and helpful. The facility was awesome. You can keep as busy as you want to as there are a lot of activities they offer. The only complaint that I had was about my site. I had to take a wired brush to clean up the water spicket so my hose could attach. The sewer connection was broken but I was able to jam my hose to it. The lost was unlevel. I needed to place wood under one side of the rigs tires. The rated was based on the TT trails collection option. I would stay there again. - rynosback
Jan 2019 - $20.00
This is a very nice RV Park. We pulled in earlier than expected on a Saturday and the front desk was very accommodating. The person in charge of showing us to our site came into reception and informed the check in employee that the site they had reserved for us would not fit our 42' coach comfortably. He then went out to find another spot that would. For that we were very grateful. The park is a mix of park models and RV spots. Getting into the new space (between two park models) was a bit tricky due to the placement of light posts, but we made it. Leveling was easy. All utilities worked well - they even offered cable with 10 channels. No Wifi at the site. You'd think in this day and age they'd have that figured out. Internet at the site was possible for a fee, but the $75 "connection" charge made it not cost-effective for a one week stay. So it's possible, just at an unrealistic price. Lots of activities at the park - pickle ball, bocce ball, shuffleboard, different classes, pools, bands - being there for only a week we didn't indulge in any of it. We did use the fitness center which is nicely equipped. They even had a flea market of sorts one day we were there. There's a restaurant on site, ample laundry, and guard gated entry. Felt safe and was very clean. We'd go back again. No Wifi would be our only reason not to since we work when traveling and that's a big deal for us. - theSchreibers
Mar 2019 - $53.00
We came here in a MH 6 winters ago, but bought a park model. We love it here because of the wonderful people, but the park management leaves a lot to be desired. The antiquated electrical and plumbing systems cause a lot of inconvenience - systems go out regularly, and occasionally for days at a time. Flower gardens are put in, but never weeded. The pool is too small, there are not enough meeting and class rooms, membership in the wood shop is limited, the pottery building and lapidary studios are too small, yet the owner keeps adding more RV spaces. The rent goes up every year. Three years ago the reason was resurfacing the streets and some of them were done, but not even half. But in my opinion, for $5.500 a year, we expect good roads, working electricity and plumbing. The owner micro-manages the trash to save money so there is always trash over-flowing the containers. There is a perfectly good park manager, but she too is micro-managed. Somehow, this park got the 2019 Mega Park of the Year award. - Ramblin' Duo
Feb 2019 - $40.00
This very large park was nicely landscaped and generally well-maintained, with more activities and clubs than we could sample in only a week. We intentionally scheduled our stay to coincide with the Gem & Mineral Show (for me) and the park's spring Craft Show (for my wife). Our site, however, was much too narrow for our fifth wheel and 3/4-ton truck. The truck parking space between our concrete patio and the adjacent park model was so narrow that I had to fold my driver's mirror in and still scraped the tires on the raised patio. We finally moved our trailer back against the electric and water posts and so we could park in front of the trailer. We nearly ran over the sewer hookup trying to fit the trailer between it and the patio. Plus the narrow street and the palm tree trunk next to it made backing in very difficult. So, our site was less desirable than the other park facilities, although the clean, well-maintained laundry building was conveniently located just across the entrance road. - fanrgs
Dec 2018 - $30.00
Park is primarily for long-term residents. Spotlessly clean with close adherence to rules (pets only in certain areas, etc). Very orderly and neat. Roads a little tight but we were able to park our 40' motorhome without too much fuss once aligned properly to back in. - ziaptrn
Feb 2016 - $31.00
They close the office from 12:00 to 1:00 so you have to sit and wait in a hot parking lot waiting for them to open. The sewer hook-up at the site was awful and probably illegal. No cable and no Wi-Fi. Their entrance is very narrow and restrictive. The road they are on (Ajo Way) is so busy that you sometimes can't get out of the park with your car, let alone your RV. There are much better places to stay when visiting Tucson. - Cucutz
May 2015 - $31.00
I really enjoyed my stay here. The sites were clean (back in only) and the grounds were very nice. The real pleasant parts about Desert Pueblo, in my opinion, were all the different amenities they had - picnic tables, clubhouses, nice trees/scenery, putting green, pools, hot tubs, lawn games and so on. We stayed for a few days only as we were passing through Tucson, but it was quite enjoyable and we would've loved to have stayed longer. We'll definitely keep them in mind when we swing back into town. - Victor Cecic
Mar 2015 - $31.00
The sites are large, deep, and clean. There is no noise from the busy street. When we called to make reservations, the person who answered the phone was curt and rude, but the person who checked us in was pleasant. The biggest disappointments were no Wi-Fi and no cable. This park is a mobile home community, and overnighters are not the focus. We will not stay here again. - LB Rohn
Feb 2019 - $25.00
This is a large 55+ mobile home park with a separate rv section comprised of roughly 100 FHU back-in spaces. The park is older, and the photos on the website must have been taken years ago, as the facilities appear tired and in need of maintenance. Sites are gravel with concrete sitting area and asphalt parking space but are at 90 degree angles to the road. Interior roads are paved, wide and easy to maneuver. We stayed in site 322 and had to park the rig as close to the street as possible in order to get level (site has a large dip at the rear). They have a large indoor pool and hot tub, clubhouse, craft room, shuffleboard and fitness equipment (oddly placed next to the pool). Park has many planned activities such as water aerobics, weekly dinners, crafts and get togethers. Utilities worked well and Verizon signal was good. Free Wifi but we didn't use. No cable, but we were able to get plenty of OTA channels. On-site propane delivery available. There are two private unisex bathroom/shower combinations that can be accessed 24/7 with a code. There are two additional men/women's toilets near the office and two more inside the clubhouse, however, these are locked at night. They were cleaned daily but all are very small and dated. Laundry room consisted of two washers and two dryers. Another building with bathrooms and second laundry area located in the rv section. The park is not in the best part of town and is not gated, but there is a security guard at the entrance at night and police make regular patrols through the park. We never had any problems during our stay. Noise from the fighter jets taking off from the nearby military base is formidable and begins at dawn. Be aware there are no refunds given and they accept cash or checks only. Daily rate is for monthly stay plus electricity. Overall, we had a good stay but would not return due to the noise. - RVIN 24-7
Mar 2018 - $20.00
Really nice indoor pool and clubhouse. Sites are wide all back-in. WiFi is very spotty. lots of full timers. Lots of noise from nearby airport, we would not stay again. - newbies2016
Jan 2018 - $39.00
This is really for long term people, but if you just need a day or so, there is a good chance they will have a spot for you. Very friendly and very pet friendly. Perhaps a little convoluted to get to, but not difficult. Follow your GPS. Paved roads, gravel sites with patio. Back in sites, but someone will guide you, full hookups, decent laundry facilities... other amenities that we did not use. Some air traffic overhead, but not awful. Three basic networks plus PBS come in well. Wi-Fi is OK, but not totally dependable. I found cell service to vary in strength. - Max_well
Mar 2019 - $45.00
Not friendly to Class B campers; bathrooms in pool building and were locked at night from 10 to 7! Very much caters to full time residents. - DebraFRY
Feb 2019 - $45.00
I agree with a lot of what another reviewer says in his/her review from January, 2019. Resort is very clean, roads are paved, sites are large enough for your RV with your tow vehicle parked beside it and a cement pad in between. Laundry, bathrooms, library, pool, sauna all looked clean & in good order. I would rate this park higher but for two things: the entire time we were at Western Way, the WiFi was weak & spotty at best and cable TV was available for an additional monthly fee. When I asked the office how much it would cost, they could offer no details at all other than to hand me a card with a contact number. Word from the "snowbirds" in the park was that so many people now days have their own satellite TV & WiFi booster in their RV that management was not interested in upgrading either. All in all, we enjoyed our stay here, especially the desert owls in the distance singing us to sleep each night, but park would have garnered a higher rating from me if it had had reliable WiFi & Cable TV. - Biggie2016
Jan 2019 - $25.00
Note this review is coming from a baby boomer who is bringing up the tail end of the boomers. Western Way RV “Park” has nice facilities that are kept clean. The bathrooms/showers could use some updating. Laundry is $1/wash and dry. Clothes lines are available as you cannot hang you laundry at your RV. Everyone who lives here is so friendly & welcoming, and very helpful. There many volunteer-run activities. For this place to be a “resort” they should have an Activity Director and weekly meetings. In order for this RV part to stay competitive they need to evolve into the millennium and use modern technology to communicate; emails, texting, etc. Their announcements are a piece of paper posted at the mailbox which is ineffective. When I see these residents in their 70s and 80s pulling out their smart phones they can handle electronic communication. One major concern I have is that there is no AED on site.
Disclaimer: “There is no such thing as a perfect RV Park/Resort/Campground - JMCherry
Jan 2018 - $25.00
Bar J RV Park Tucson, Arizona Lovely, lovely, quiet and beautiful small park. Excellent location! Near the Desert Museum, restaurants and the Saguaro National Park. This is a charming park, well managed by sweet and organized people. We were lucky to get in for a week in mid-January and really enjoyed all of our neighbors, almost all seasonals with some full-timers; every one of which loves this park. Good Verizon coverage, great OTA television reception. As others have said, this is a 55+ park with no pool or clothes dryer. The washers are free and there are clotheslines and they are fine! We will definitely stay here again - if we are lucky enough to get in! - Mom_of_Two
Mar 2017 - $35.00
This is really a different RV park. It is a small family run 14 site facility located a few miles due west of Tucson, but close enough to get to any of the Tucson sites and shopping. We didn't have any issues getting our 41 ft motorhome in and out of the park, but it is tight so be prepared. They offer a clothes washer no charge, and cloths lines are also provided if you choose to dry in this manner. No dryers are available. The sites and grounds are all sand, fairly level, and firm and stable to level up on. Verizon and AT&T are usable, and good satellite access from all sites. They do not rent to anyone under 55. The owners are a couple of the most friendly we have ever met, and go out of their way to make sure everything is to your satisfaction. In the three days we stayed, we met several of the others there, and found all to be friendly and welcoming. Be aware that the facility is basis, no pool, etc, and is really off the "beaten track", but quiet and peaceful. It appears that the residents are comprised of some seasonal campers and some that are working in the area. - Johnson's
Feb 2017 - $30.00
great small park. very quiet and owners were very helpful. Just make sure that you confirm your reservation with them beforehand. remote site, no facilities except for laundry and hookups. - Brian Gardner
Oct 2014 - $15.00
This RV Park is basically an old mobile home park. The sites are a concrete slab to park next to with water/electric/sewer hookups. The sites are dirt and gravel. There are no restroom/shower facilities. There is nothing except a place to park and hookup. The owner is friendly. Normal rate is $30, which is way too expensive for what it is, but the Passport America rate made this an OK place to spend the night. There is a train that runs once or twice during the day, but I never heard it at night. It is near the airport, but I never heard any plane noise during our stay. It is behind the Circle K gas station with no sign. Call the number and the owner will direct you to your site. We would stay here again. - sendthefire
Mar 2019 - $93.00
This is by far the nicest KOA I have ever visited. It's huge, but very well run. You will pay a premium here, so if that's a consideration it may not be your cup of tea. Since we don't get out that often now, we like nicer RV parks when we do travel. My rate was high because I visited here in prime season, and this was the only site available. It was called a "canine" site, and has it's own fenced in grassy area for dogs. My indoor cats were not impressed, but might be nice for those with dogs. The neighborhood is not upscale, but OK. The park itself feels very safe and secure, with a night time security guard. If I'm ever back in Tucson, I'll stay here again. - Fotodog
Mar 2019 - $46.00
This is a nice looking and large park. Check-in was quick, and the staff was polite. There is a barbecue restaurant on site that stayed pretty busy. There are "covered" sites but it is solar panels so it is not complete coverage. There is a stretch of grass and a citrus tree between sites. The sites are close together but not right on top of each other. Our site was surprisingly very unlevel - mostly side to side but also different in the front and back. We were afraid of torquing the frame so we settled with mostly level. The gravel just needs to be graded which should be done after each RV leaves. Our site was long enough for the car and motorhome but there was also a paved spot next to the motorhome for the car. You are allowed to pick fruit which was in season when we were there so we helped ourselves to grapefruits, oranges and lemons. The WII FI, which was tengointernet, worked good for once. Directv satellite worked fine in our site but they also have cable. You will hear trains, planes and automobiles. The park is not in the best part of town but they have a gate and concertina wire. We were only there for one night so didn't use any of the amenities. - Free
Feb 2019 - $32.00
Nightly rate above is based on current (2018-2019) monthly rate. Daily is in the 60's. My ratings below are based upon current analysis and future plans.
10 - senior work campers are great! Other staff are OK. They pick up garbage all day long and offer recycling bins.
9 - Standard pull thru sites are fine - mostly level, all gravel with patio and metal tables. Full hookups placed appropriately.
8- Amenities are fine. Park attempts to offer activities for all ages (remember this is not an 55+ Park). Outside heated pool. Two pickle ball courts (without enclosure so perhaps one has a dog that can retrieve passed balls).
But 1 - as one of the nicest Parks in Tucson, it seems to be trying to take advantage of its success. Current monthly rates for standard pull-thru sites are $945/month. In 2019-20, those same site prices will increase to $1295/month, a 34% increase, and for February, 2020, the monthly rate will be $1395/month, a 45% increase. To me, this is gouging. I've wintered in this Park for over 6 years and will strongly consider options for the future. You know what "KOA" stands for, right? ("Keep On Adding") No longer a family park, it is trying to be a high-end coach park. And if you would like a "premium site", like having an 8 by 10 patch of grass, be prepared to pay for it! Maybe that's what corporate (KOA owns it, not a franchise) wants! Sad! - kurtk
Mar 2019 - $44.00
This is a very small park that is all about location, because you are close to Tucson's downtown, and the Mercado. The park is well run, with asphalt roads and very little landscaping. Not dog friendly, as campers are asked to take their dogs to the front gravel to do their business or else take a walk, but with such a tiny park I understand why. We went over to Menlo Park most days, just a couple of blocks away. Area is working class but I felt safe, although I would probably avoid Menlo Park after dark. The RV park is very secure, with code entry for cars and pedestrians. Two employees live onsite and are available at all times for problems. Walk to the street car or the river walk. Short drive or street car ride to downtown or Fourth Street district. - Grants Girl
Mar 2019 - $24.00
Spent 1 month in this small, inner city park. It is located near everything you'd need and close to all attractions. Park may be small and all paved ground, but it is still a prize spot and surprisingly quite.The camp staff go above and beyond to make guests comfortable. We certainly would return. - Mainiac
Nov 2018 - $44.00
Small park very centrally located in Tucson. Other parks in the area that are much fancier, but this one met our needs for sightseeing around the Tucson area. Paved roads and sites, full hookups, 50 amp. Bathrooms and laundry were clean and nice. Site was not overly spacious, but big enough for 36' coach and toad. Certainly recommend it unless you are looking for a resort type park. - Ribbet
Feb 2019 - $22.00
This review is from perspective of a 1st time visitor near the end of a 4 month stay. Rate reflects monthly rate in a 50A spot; 30A sites are $100/month cheaper. If the size of your site and distance from neighbors is the sole overreaching factor that determines how you would rate a CG, then you probably will not like this place. Also, if you pulled in here for just a few days in winter with no reservations and were lucky enough to get a spot, you probably will have a more negative view, as you will likely be crammed into a less desirable short-term spot. Electrical system is archaic (low to ground power receptacles, with no circuit breakers!?!). Many poorly located sewer hook ups (you may need up to 30 feet of sewer hose). However, if you like meeting lots of friendly new neighbors, a monthly calendar packed with activities every day, walk-out access to beautiful desert trails for hiking and mountain biking, nightly coyote serenades, rotating on-site food trucks 2x/week, 2x/week free excellent on-site concerts in a range of genres by professional acts, and an overall sense of community, you could really like it here. The witty owner hosts an often entertaining weekly Monday morning meeting with free coffee and donuts, highlighting regional arts and culture events, and generally taking the pulse of his guests. It has the best recycling effort of any CG we have yet visited, with dedicated dumpsters for a wide range of materials. There are a large number of guests who return here year after year, many for 10 years or more, and a good number of the monthly activities are community-organized, including hiking, biking, photography, quilting, and crafts groups. It has a large lending library, a sprinkling of bathroom/shower and laundry facilities across the park, and 3 community meeting buildings. Other weekly activities include yoga classes, tai chi, woodworking, etc. It is economical too, but has some drawbacks: the facilities are getting rather dated (but all are well maintained for most part), the WiFi is essentially useless, no cable, and limited OTA TV. Verizon signal was strong. We'll be back next year. - We Roamed and Rambled
Feb 2019 - $21.00
We stay here every winter and love the camaraderie and friendliness of all the staff and RVers. The monthly event calendar is overflowing with activities with a wide enough variety to suite every interest. An eclectic range of outstanding entertainers perform twice a week, there are live bands for a dance twice a month and regular potluck meals with great food. It would be easy to only leave the RV park to go to the supermarket - and food trucks come to the park twice a week! However, Tucson itself is worth visiting with great hiking, theatre, restaurants, and cultural activities. And if you come in summer, you can still find a shady campsite where you are only steps away from a delightful early morning or evening hike in the desert. - The Beasties
Feb 2019 - $21.00
People are very friendly & welcoming! Lots of activities to choose from. Food trucks, professional entertainment during season. Monday morning campground meeting. Call early fills up for the season. Great place anytime of the year. Quiet campground. - Mollys Mom