Prince of Tucson RV Park

3501 North Freeway Rd, Tucson, Arizona, 85705, United States | Campground
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Saguaro, Sad Souls and the Perfect Storm

A travel blog entry by hawkinsw on Feb 18, 2014

5 comments, 17 photos

... against the Rosemont copper mine that will dig a big hole in the Santa Rita mountains, restoring Congress Street and the old Barrio area, but, homeless people are not high on the list and they don't vote. If I were homeless, I would relocate to where the weather suits my clothes. Tucson is perfect. Bring a light fleece.

We did find the funky parts of Tucson, but I think we will check back in 20 years, or at least when they get the craft beer situation straightened ...


A travel blog entry by max-n-macgowest on Apr 19, 2013

1 photo

I really tried to wake up this morning for breakfast but I just couldn't so we all slept till 11 am. It took us a while to get everything ready to go because it seems like our luggage is getting more and more. When everything was tied up on and in the car we went to Denny's to get lunch. After lunch we went back ...

New (2nd) Home in Tucson, Arizona!

A travel blog entry by fredmare on Nov 29, 2011


... and even a shed for the bikes. We were here on the US Thanksgiving day and the office was closed so we came back to the park this past Monday and viewed the inside. We were pleasantly surprised as the inside was even nicer than the outside. Many upgrades including a new heat pump and gas cook top and fan had been installed as well as new laminate in the kitchen. We got a good feel for the park while we were here and decided this is what we wanted. So the ...

A Desert Oasis in the Tucson Desert

A travel blog entry by fredmare on Nov 22, 2011

80 photos

... location for hiking, horseback riding, and bird watching. The creek at the bottom of the canyon flows nearly year-round, supporting an abundance of plant and animal life. It is not uncommon to spy a bobcat, deer, or the elusive Mountain Lion drinking from the
creek, escaping the arid desert climate beneath the willow and cottonwood trees that grow along the gentle trickle of water.
This was a great area, and we wish we ...

Introducing “The Tank”

A travel blog entry by gordonandsarah on Jul 31, 2011

1 comment, 10 photos

... as it’s ridiculously hot and monsoon season but to us it felt like heaven – and some of the thunderstorms were pretty impressive.

Not being sure how long it would take to buy and sort out all the boring details for a car in Arizona we set to the very next day scouring the local dealerships and car websites for cheap cars that might last the 15-20 thousand mile journey we had in mind. We had fairly loose criteria. It had to:

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This campground, located on 3501 North Freeway Rd, Tucson, is near Reid Park, Picante Designs, Himmel Park, and Joesler Village.
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