We were recommended to stay here and we're glad we tried it out. On the positive side, the sites are level and large with citrus trees all around. There are washroom/shower facilities at a couple of places in the park, although they could have been cleaner. There is a restaurant in the main building called Florizona. We tried the breakfast buffet and were disappointed in the food there. It was very limited and cold. There is a Camping World right next to the Park and Lazy Days has a RV sales section as well. It's a large park, but doesn't feel intimidating. The park has security gates which was a big bonus for us as we were warned that there was concertina wire around the park. We felt well protected in the park. The negatives are the internet, which was really slow both in the sites and in the office. That was very frustrating. The other negative was pet owners who didn't pick up after their pets. There was a dog park, but the dog owners would let their dogs do their business anywhere and often didn't pick up after their pets. This was very disappointing. We would stay here again.
- 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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