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Tucson/Lazydays KOA
Ranked #1 of 47 Specialty Lodging in Tucson
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Reviewed January 27, 2013

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.

  • Stayed: January 2013, traveled with family
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Reviewed January 19, 2013

I love the fact that this is an RV Resort, NOT mixed in with park models. The facilities are
well-maintained. There is plenty of space to maneuver large rigs through-out the sites. Doesn't feel all crowded in. Clean paved roads, nice patios with grass or gravel, depending on the site.
Great mountain views too! Many fruit trees throughout. I've enjoyed living here for a number of years, first when it was Beaudry's and now Lazydays. Only thing I'd like to see is a warmer temperature in the pools. Just a bit too chilly even in the summer.
The location is convenient for me, as I travel throughout the Tucson area with my work, easy access to the freeways. All in all, this campground feels like home to me!

  • Stayed: December 2012, traveled on business
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Reviewed December 16, 2012

I really can't fault this park. Yes it is pricey and the wifi is very weak,but u get a whole lot that really appeals to us. After a few weeks staying in dusty, gravel parks we welcomed this concrete and road rv park. No dust! And as we arrived in a dust storm of sorts and had rain too we were thankful for this developed set up.
Clean, clean, clean
Great laundry
Up to date gym
Large heated swimming pool ( we swam in it winter)
Hot spa
Excellent and friendly security
Fruit trees we ate from
On site restaurant
Fantastic location to interstates
Close to malls and restaurants
Feels like a hotel resort.

Weak wifi- but our wifi didn't work well here either, must be the area or interference
Slightly gnarly check in lady

This is one of my favourite rv parks so far on our trip for a city location. We camped here in a motor home and with 2 adults and 2 kids it cost us $41 which included a 10% discount from AAA.
Would stay here again in a heart beat.

Room Tip: Stay near the pool, gym area for the best wifi
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  • Stayed: December 2012, traveled with family
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Reviewed November 13, 2012

With around 400 campsites and many long-term RVers, this place has a strong emphasis on security and lots of amenities. It is very clean, with asphalt and gravel at each site. There is also a lovely round table and four chairs at each site, and all sites are full hook-up. There are many back ins for long-term campers and pull throughs for those of us who are just passing through. Each site has cable, and they offer Wi-Fi, laundry facilities, a pool, fitness room, and a free continental breakfast located at the lazy days sales showroom building. Everyone is very friendly and this place has a lot of staff. To me the best part was a very large fenced-in area for the dogs to be off leash, with many areas around for free pickup bags and trash cans. It was very clean, with a water bowl and running water for the dogs, as well as some shade trees and benches for people to sit on. There is a restaurant on site, the Florizona, to which we did not go. Many friendly security guards. Many high-end RV's. Our cable did not work, and they said they were sending someone to fix it. No one did, so we had horrible reception and were not happy. They gave us a complementary night at the resort to compensate us for the inconvenience, which we thought was very nice. Impressive place, all in all!

  • Stayed: November 2012
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Reviewed October 17, 2012

First of all, we arrived on Sunday way after hours. We were greeted at the gate by two security guards who were checking us and another unit in. They knew who we were as soon as we told them or name. They gave us some information and took us to our spot immediately. They even offered us some ice cold water for refreshment. We have encountered multiple resort personnel who were friendly, welcoming every single time we've encountered them. We used the laundry, pool, dog park and have been in and out of the park several times. Everything was clean, lots are all rock with concrete patios and asphalt parking areas. Drive areas are very very wide, lots are well spaced out and park is secure and quiet. We sit outside in the mornings and evening and there are no bugs (gnats, mosquitos, biting flies, etc.) which makes it so much more enjoyable! There is a grocery store just right down the road and shopping centers near I-19 about 3-4 miles down the road. This is definately a park we will visit again! It is wonderful!

  • Stayed: October 2012, traveled with family
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Reviewed August 6, 2012

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)

The Park:
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.

  • Stayed: July 2012, traveled with family
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Reviewed May 24, 2012

This huge RV Resort used to be Beaudry's RV Resort until they went bankrupt. Lazy Days of Florida must have purchased them and opened under their the Lazy Days name last September or so. It has hundreds of sites.

The resort has two pools and hot tubs, very level sites -- both pull through and back in.
Each site has water, electric, cable, a table, fruit tree and space for 45 footers with 4 slides and tow vehicle.

It is located right off of I-10 on Irvington and Country Club and is only a mile or so from I-19. It has a Camping World on site and a sales center for new and used motor homes.

We have been staying here for 15 years and rarely have problems.


The Internet at the site this spring was either non existent or slow depending on the time of day.

We travel here in the Spring, summer, or fall so it is rarely busy and they have rates reflecting this. If you come in Winter it can get very busy.

Room Tip: You might ask about the internet strength. We were there well over a week and it was terrible the e...
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  • Stayed: May 2012, traveled as a couple
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Additional Information about Tucson/Lazydays KOA

Address: 5151 S Country Club Rd, Tucson, AZ 85706-1713 (Formerly Lazydays RV Campground)
Location: United States > Arizona > Tucson
Bar / Lounge Business Center with Internet Access Fitness Center with Gym / Workout Room Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly ) Restaurant Swimming Pool
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Ranked #1 of 47 Specialty Lodging in Tucson
Price Range: $111 - $205 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Number of rooms: 386
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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