Deep ruts from mud. They expect you to actually pay to park in this dumpy dirt lot?
Didn’t catch the weekly rate.
It’s just a dirt lot...
I wanted to let other travelers know about the propane.
It’s on the Semi truck side.
Gas is pricey, but that is to be expected.
Great cellular signal with AT&T.
Will update and add to my review if I stay the night.
There is an RV sales show next week so the lot is filled with brand new RVs and I had to park with the semi trucks and busses. Security came by with a form I had to fill out and I was told I could only stay for 72 hours. The form states you can...
Friendly security and there are staff whizzing around in golf carts all day. The parking lot is angled for rain drainage and is the most severe angle I have had to deal with so I am not level at all!
It is a bit out of the way and you will...
The outside pumps stop at $74. I can see spending $50 or $100 minimum for free dump, but 50 gallons is insane. I came in with a nearly empty tank and realized that was really not a fair deal just to dump and didn't want to fill up completely...
It is what it is, a dirt lot. Security comes through regularly.
When I was here last there was some loud sonic booming that may have been coming from Raytheon nearby. It's been pleasant enough this time.
Just a note: the Tucson Gem Show is using the amphitheater and the parking lot is closed to rv "guests" from January 25-Feb 5, 2018. Just read that there is construction at nearby Snyder Hill BLM. The other option nearby is Desert Diamond Casino...
"$10/night for a muddy torn up dirt lot."
"This casino is no longer free."
"Convenience store sells propane!"
"Fine stop for a couple days. "
"50 gallons of gas is ridiculous for dump access!"
"As of March 2018 - NO OVERNIGHT RV PARKING"
"It's a dirt lot full of RVs"
"Better than my previous stay."
"Good parking lot. My go to for Tucson."
"There were thieves that came through at night!"
"Much nicer than the Desert Diamond near the airport "
"This entire part of town is seedy"
"This is my go to dump in Tucson"