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Nice KOA , fair sized sites , Nice and helpful staff. Will stay here again
Tucson KOA (formerly Lazy Days)
We stayed at this park just after it was bought by KOA for one night after having our MH serviced and found it to be well staffed and maintained, with easy access and large spaces.
This is a very nice park, we would stay here again and we do recommend it for one night or an extended stay.
We stayed at LazyDays Campground which was a nice place to park for a few days. It is a large, straightforward, clean RV park .
LazyDays has its own Service department, you need to call at least a month ahead to schedule any work. In addition they have a RV sales department, as well as complimentary training courses and seminars to make you more comfortable and knowledgeable in your RV.
The laundry facilities were top notch, new machines with the option of paying with credit/debit card in addition to quarters. They had a large enclosed dog park, but other than the pool, there was not much for the kids to do.
Ideal park for an extended stay
The park has all your needs. Restaurant, great food,pet park,diesel,rec.room,heated pool, repair service on site, large drive thru sites
Best pure RV park in Tucson - but not for big rigs
This was built as a modern RV park back in the heyday of Beaudry RV Sales and has fully paved roads, sites are gravel with concrete patios that feature metal patio furniture (table and 4 chairs).
There are both back-in and pull thru sites. The pull thru sites are not long enough for big rigs - our 45' bus + 20' trailer combination took up every inch of the site and hung over the concrete road gutters. Once the car was removed from the trailer, it had to be parked next to the bus, blocking access to the patio.
The park was 95% empty but if it were full, we wouldn't have stayed here - too much risk of damage to our bus if there was traffic on the park roads.
The park shows some signs of suffering from the parent company having been in bankruptcy recently. Much of the exercise equipment is broken and the pool wasn't as clear as we would have expected- although perhaps that is normal for an outdoor pool in a dusty desert environment.
Verizon and ATT voice and data work well as would be expected in this urban/suburban environment. Park has security gates for entry and exit - although they were often open during the day - negating their function. Park is walled and topped with razor wire which could make some uncomfortable although we saw nothing in a week stay that looked like a problem.
Just about the only decent choice in the Tucson area that isn't full of permanent renters, park models or age restricted.