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Overview of Prince of Tucson RV Park

Weekly Rate Yes

Monthly Rate Yes

Number of Sites 176

Pad Type gravel with concrete patio

Reservations yes

Elevation 2,263 ft / 689 m

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Reviews of Prince of Tucson RV Park 2 people have reviewed this location.

Ratings Summary

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Cell Phone Coverage

Verizon 4G
Confirmed by 2 Users
Last reported 3/10/2022
Frazersonaroll
West Palm Beach, FL
37' Keystone Cougar
Ford 250
13 reviews
“Great stay”

Reviewed 3/10/2022

Nightly rate: $39
Days stayed: 3
Site Number: 164
Overall Rating

As others have mentioned, it is right off the highway but it was a great location for what we wanted. It is loud but we’ve lived in the city and it didn’t bother us. This was a great campground. Two nice and clean laundry rooms. Really nice heated pool that was clean and our kids always had to themselves. Staff was friendly and we’ve never experienced nicer fellow campers. We’d stay here again if ever in the area.

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Verizon 4G

Frazersonaroll would stay here again

This review is the opinion of a Campendium member and not of Campendium.com

Go That Road
MN
34' Hawkins Motor Coach Aerosport
17 reviews
“Hello, Neighbor”

Reviewed 4/18/2017

Nightly rate: $36
Days stayed: 14
Site Number: 137
Overall Rating

This park is right off the interstate. Specifically, it shares real estate with the interstate - the entrance ramp wall serves as the eastern border of this park. The park is REALLY tight in many aspects. There are signs posted all over telling you how to maneuver your rig within the park, so I think they have seen a fair amount of rig damage. As such, while we were inside the office waiting to get checked-in, the golf cart chaperone comes in and tells us that the 5er that was in a hurry, and parked behind us in the registration line, pulled out too fast and hit our MH. Welcome to Prince of Tucson! *sigh* When we reached our site to pull in, I didn't even think it was going to be possible to sandwich our bus into our space, and then I kept wondering if we did get in, how we were going to plan our departure angle and maneuver. The back end of our MH was less than a foot from two of our neighbor's back ends. This was a whole new level of tight sites for us. Our gravel site was not level - very sloped towards the front.

The facilities are actually pretty nice. Laundry was great, pool was very nice, staff was okay (hit or miss). Mail was a struggle, but we're finding that this tends to be the norm for most RV parks.

Our location wasn't great, but wasn't horrible. It's on the outer western skirts of Tucson. There is a great bike/walking loop just outside of the park. It's city camping. Meh.

Silly me didn't know that Tucson is a gem of a gastronomy city! Holy good eats, Batman! Gotta check out Prep & Pastry, Bisbee Breakfast Club, Baja Cafe, Beyond Bread, La Cocina, and El Charro Cafe.

Lots to do around this city. Mount Lemmon, Tohono Chul, Saguaro National Park, Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum, Old Tucson Studios, Pima Air and Space Museum.

Wifi was sporadic. Verizon cell coverage was just fine. Interstate noise was constant and loud. I didn't feel unsafe in the park, but there were a lot of surveillance cameras, and I think the area has seen trouble in the past, but is doing better now. Lots of very interesting seasonal (read: permanent) residents here.

If I were to stay in Tucson again, I would try to find a park on the northeastern side of the city. I wouldn't stay in this park again. WAY too tight!!

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Verizon 4G

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Amenities

Hookups
  • 50 Amp
  • 30 Amp
  • 20 Amp
  • water
  • sewer
  • Full Hookups
Connectivity
  • wifi: pay
Recreation
  • Game room
  • horseshoes
  • hot tub
  • picnic area
  • rec hall
  • recreation trail
  • swimming pool: heated
Site Amenities
  • big rig
  • picnic table
  • pull thru
Facilities
  • dog run
  • dump station
  • general store
  • hot tub
  • laundry
  • propane
  • restrooms: flush
  • rv storage
  • showers
  • swimming pool: heated
  • trash
  • water available
Discount Clubs
  • Good Sam
Pets
  • dog run
  • pet restrictions: Breed restrictions
  • pets
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