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16 Reviews of 10 Oro Valley Campgrounds
There is a good mix of long term residents and travelers here. Good, clean safe place to stay with our son and two dogs. My son LOVED the swimming pool. Not a fancy resort, but a very kind, homey environment. I would stay here again.
Level gravel sites and pleasant oleander trees throughout the area. Sites are clean. Laundry, showers and bathrooms are clean. Nice big pool. They also sell propane.
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We like this park good value for the money. They have propane as well.
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This sky island campground in Mt Lemmon is perfect for a quick weekend getaway from Tucson. The weather here is 10-15 degrees cooler than the city. This campground is small, with tent sites tucked away between pine trees. A vaulted bathroom is at the center of the parking lot.
This group of campsites was open on and off weather permitting. It is now permanently closed.
Open only during the late fall, winter, and early spring. Can get crowded. Nearby is the Molino creek which flows only immediately after heavy rainfall or snow.
RV park located in Tucson, AZ. Has sewage and electrical hook-ups.
The sites are very close together. It is in a residential area so that makes for some dog barking from the outside neighborhood. We stayed only one night and it was good for that one night. The site we had was not very level. Wifi is good.
Ive been here since November 4th 2019 the laundry room has been updated with mew machines the shower house is great there's always hot seater staff is helpful and the pool is heated they do have activities during the winter time a red hall but its not open due to covid there's a park dollar…
This is our new home for the next two years! Visited a few RV Parks in Tucson after accepting a job at the VA here and I must say we feel in love when we stayed here! The staff is friendly, the facilities are clean, and the long term residents are welcoming.
This park is located right off of I-10. We stayed monthly. (June-September) We were in a covered (Under the solar panels in the back) spot and we pay roughly $900 a month. Which I think is a little high but it’s so worth it for the summer. The office people are super nice and accommodating. The…
I have stayed there multiple times, and every time that i have people bring their dogs to run in the woods. No leashes and no poop bags. i have had to clean up stranger's dog poop in front of my tent.
Hiking Through Saguaro National Park in the late Winter is now my favorite past time. You get the feel of Spring but the look of Summer. Between the higher elevation changes in scenery and the lack of people on trails, this is one of the best spots to hit up if you want to get away but don't have…
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This place is one of those little places that if you are willing to work for a camping spot you will have one of the most unique experiences. Hiking to this area is a task which I wouldn't suggest for the average day camper, but for those who like an adventure it is perfect!!
The trek in we found…
I love this National Park. It's beautiful and mysterious. Despite close spaces to camp, it was a lot of fun. It was quiet and people were respectful. Land landscape is amazing and the cactus forests are beautiful. My tent was surrounded by coyotes, which was wonderful.