March 4, 2021 - reviewed by The Bilyard’s
Very small Rv park only 23 spots but it’s quite and has a small pool and it’s all paved and level. Definitely a great quiet nights rests and in a good location to stores in the area. We will be back if ever in the area again.
January 29, 2021 - reviewed by Shell Seeker
Small But Perfect.
When we arrived it was a little odd because it is the smallest park we ever stayed in. But its literally in the heart of everything. Totally paved and site are great sizes. Immaculately clean. Very quiet. Gated. Menlo park is directly accross the street. The loop trails are endless and within a blocks walk. Sentinel Peak, "Mt A" is 5 mile round trip from the park to the top and back. Painted hills trail system is a 7 minute drive from the Park. In the 5 days we stayed our dog got at least 4 miles in walks a day. So much to see and do and the culture is wonderfully alive from the statues to the foods. This was a great place to be centrally located downtown.
May 3, 2020 - reviewed by RV Nonie
Small But Clean
Pros: Completely paved, wide sites, gated and fenced.
Cons: NO place to walk dog without leaving the park, not in a great part of Tucson.
We were there 2 nights in the midst of the Covid lockdown, so we did not use any of the facilities.
June 6, 2019 - reviewed by Kim Family
Nice And Cozy
The smallest park we've ever stayed, just 23 spots! The entire park is paved and clubhouse has billard, foosball, ping pong, and park even offers free shuttle to the mercado. Public transportation via bus and Link was super easy to navigate and conveniently located steps from this park. We were able to easily see Tucson by riding on the Link. There is even a grocery store and ice station (.75 for 10lbs. & 1.50 for 20lbs) across the street. It is downtown, but very secure with gate codes and pedestrian access code. The one drawback for some might be the lack of a shower facility. We would definitely stay again. Thanks Nancy for a wonderful stay!