Prince of Tucson RV Park

3501 North Freeway Rd, Tucson, Arizona, 85705, United States | Campground
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Native American Excitement

A travel blog entry by suegoeswest

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We got up leisurely and enjoyed our coffee and emails, while double-checking our route for the rest of our trip. By 11AM we were out the door and back onto I-10 for Tubac AZ. Tubac is a quaint artsy comunity that we were looking forward to see....

Life sometimes just rears its head and changes plans mid-stream in your day. We had been …

Memorial Day Traffic

A travel blog entry by suegoeswest

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We decided to skirt the holiday chaos (at least we tried!!) and get up and out of the Park by 8AM. We did not realize in the beginning, but we found ourselves going over that new Hoover Dam Bridge. OMG! It was awsome!
[The Mike O'Callaghan–Pat Tillman Memorial Bridge is an arch bridge in the United States that spans the Colorado River …

Tucson II

A travel blog entry by raroboy

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... not to miss: visiting the Grand Palace Saloon to attend a musical show with Lady Vivian and her Saloon girls. And enjoying the train ride around Old Tucson with more little discoveries like chuck wagons, mines…. And if that is not enough, how about talking with a cowboy who introduced us to the cowboy live, the chuck wagon, the cookies and the cattle drives.

Paul’s favorite song is “I wanna be a ...

Tucson 3

A travel blog entry by max-n-macgowest

To day we woke up at 11 o'clock and again had a great breakfast. This day was our chill day and even that I hate saying this word it was amazing. We all called back home to tell everybody how we are doing and where we are. We enjoyed the sun jumped in the pool to refresh. At around 1 Richard Bill and I went to the grocery store and because I was German he let me drive ...

Guns, Bad Guys, Saloons, and Gun Fights.

A travel blog entry by fredmare

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HISTORY LESSON

For those of you interested in a bit of the town's history, it was founded in 1879 it was one of the last wide-open frontier boomtowns in the American Old West.
From about 1877 to 1890, the town's mines produced USD $40 to $85
million in ...

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Location

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