Lazy Days RV Resort
This is an excellent RV Park, but keep in mind that we paid $20.00/Night for the off season (summer)
There were friendly guards out manning gate 24Hrs a day; they were professional and courteous. When we arrived late at night, they checked us in right at the gate. Inside the park, there’s smooth pavement everywhere you’d want to drive with gentle curves winding around the park. The office is huge and they offer some nice flavored coffee and comfortable chairs should need to wait.
The site is situated beside the Lazy Days RV Sales/Service and Camping world. We lost the kids just meandering through all of the new RV’s after the free continental breakfast in the showroom. Luckily, we found them in the lobby playing chess in comfy chairs.
This is a huge park with most of the spaces centered on the amenities. They offer golf card rides to the RV showroom where breakfast is served. But be prepared to take a walk at times.
The sites are large enough for big rigs with a separate space for parking cars. We visited twice and the sites are all gravel, but level and super easy to get into; most are pull -through. The site came with a small table on a cement pad and a manicured piece of lawn or rock lawn with a fruit bearing tree.
Lime Tree / Limes
The limes were in season while we were there. We found them ripe on the tree and made delicious limeade with a little water and sugar. I enjoy tart snacks so I ate a few and found them delicious. I don’t drink, but I could imagine that they would make an excellent addition to your Corona.
Amenities: The pool is new and clean. The Gym features workout machines with a clear glass storefront-like window and it’s well lit inside for security. The laundry facility is absolutely state of the art. Laundry can be paid for with a credit card or coins and there no bother standing around with it because you can watch your laundry spin online with the webcams. If you’re on the go, the laundry mat will send you a text message when your laundry is ready so you don’t even have to watch it.
Didn’t eat there, but it was full of people.
There isn’t a lot of criticism here because they just didn’t leave room for it. This place has all of the marking of a high end RV resort from the free breakfast to the brand new roads and driveways. The site continues this theme with fruit trees and a place to park cars along Big Rigs. This is an urban park / resort. So I would expect to get out of the park and enjoy the city for extended stays but otherwise everything you need you’ll find. The proximity to RV sales / repair shop makes this an excellent place for full timers that might need pick parts or something. The value was truly shocking during the off season FREE CONTINENTAL BREAKFAST included for $20.00/daily. I’d recommend this to anyone visiting Tucson or even passing through because you just can’t get more for the money and you can’t get more convenient than being situated next to Camping World and RV sales center.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Tucson/Lazydays KOA is your desert oasis, featuring beautiful fruit trees abundant throughout the park, with plenty of good times to be had. The campground offers pull thru sites with full 30/50-amp hookups. Or you can try the grassy luxury sites! No RV? No problem. Stay in one of the new two-bedroom Deluxe Cabins with queen beds. Whether you want to relax by one of the two pools, soak in the hot tubs or join in the fun activities, this KOA has something for everyone to enjoy. ... more less