We stayed 10 days at lazy days waiting to get work done on our coach. I will say Lazy days has nice stuff to offer, Pool Hot tubs and all if you use it. It was $40? a night plus we paid 2 dollars more to have a site with grass. Girl working front desk was a little rude, but she may have been having a bad week. Not at all like Lazy Days Florida! I see someone else posted that is was not dusty, and it wasn't but the smell of oil or coal or what ever it is makes up for not having dust.
I would stay here again but just not too long,
Nice clean, lots of things offered, Pool Hot Tubs,
NOISY Place, planes taking off all the time, Interstate Noise, Sirens going off out side the park. Overall very Noisy. Wifi is weak, and a strange smell. They told me they was shutting off water because of a broken pipe on Friday, we was gone to service Wed, came back got all set up only to find out they shut the water off early, there was only 2 people in the row we was in, you would have thought they could have told me. Bad neighbor hood to the back of the park.
- 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
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