Tucson, Arizona

Tucson/Lazy Days KOAOther reviewers at rvparkreviews.com

Stayed 2016, 2017, 2018 and 2019

The Lowe’s overall rating (based on value for the
money, quality of amenities and utilities, site suitability
and what we think other RV’ers in our situation would
be looking for) = 7 out of 10 stars

A huge covered parking structure for those brave souls who stay here during the summer months

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Noise level and overall “feel” of the park?
This is a large and busy park.  The guests are almost all
older folks and mostly friendly.  Although it really is a nice
resort and not just called a resort, its location in the city
makes it a noisier place than we like.  Besides the usual
emergency sirens there were also military jets flying around
on most days – and those puppies are LOUD.  Surprisingly,
there’s not much traffic noise from outside roads (at least
not where we were located within the park).  Folks in the
office and the other workers were friendly and helpful.

Road and site access/type?
Interior roads were paved and sites consisted of fine gravel
for the RV with a small paved pad for the car.

Sites spacious and/or level?  Comments?
Level where we stayed under the solar arrays, and wide
enough to park the car next to the coach.  However,
for drainage reasons several of the entire rows were not
level and would have been difficult for us to level on.
Most sites also had an additional gravel slot for guest
parking.  Spacing between sites was adequate.  Most
sites had a patio area with a small table and four chairs.

Upgraded pull-through sites had lawn areas as well.  We
stayed at site #1332, a back-in site along the north exterior
side of the park near the storage area.  We liked it because
it was away from the office and main traffic areas, and the
storage section provided a quiet buffer between us and the
outside world.

Utilities and WiFi/cell reception?
The full hookup 50-amp service was strong, as was the
water pressure.  The Verizon signal to our phones and
boosted hotspot was excellent!  Free Tengo internet was
offered, but it was slow.

Picnic table and/or fire pit?
A table and four chairs on a concrete patio, no fire pits and
no fires allowed except BBQ grills.

Bathrooms/showers/laundry room?
All very nice, modern and clean.  There were several showers
in the building by the pool, and they had hooks and chairs
available for the goodies – nice.  The laundry room near the
office had many modern machines and a large folding table.
There was a second laundry room on the property but we
didn’t use it.

Bicycle/walking trails nearby?
Located in town, but there was access to a long trail
heading north of the park for a good long walk or ride.

Groceries & other services nearby?
This is Tucson, so everything was available just a short
traffic-laden drive away.  Many large RV service/parts
businesses surrounded the park, which is the reason we
picked this place to complete some minor repairs.  The
nearby Fry’s supermarket was extremely packed every
day and I was not impressed with their inventory.  A
Safeway was a bit further away, but it was well-stocked
and worth the extra drive.

We’re not big fans of downtown Tucson, but we like the
surrounding area and some of the RV parks to the west.
This resort is great if you want to visit the area and have
good access to everything around it.  We’ve been here
several times, and they’re doing a good job of making it
one of the nicest resort parks we’ve been to.