Tucson, AZ RV Rentals and Motorhomes
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Tucson, Arizona has hot, hot summers. This desert city gets a surprising amount of precipitation because of its elevation. Do some hiking in Madera Canyon, Catalina State Park, or Sabino Canyon. Bring lots of water for the walks. The views at the tops of hills are very rewarding! Visit the Pima Air & Space Museum to see some historic aircraft and get up close with the impressive outdoor collection. The Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum will give you a close up look at almost every cactus found in the Arizona desert. There are also resident birds and land animals to see. Visit the Tuscon Botanical Garden or B & B Cactus farm to see even more desert flora. An RV rental from a local outdoorsy member near Tucson can take you out into the desert, or bring you closer to the city life.
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The Prince of Tucson RV Park is located in a magnificent valley on the northwest side of Tucson, Arizona. Nestled conveniently just off Interstate 10, which provides a direct route to Los Angeles and many points to the East including exciting destinations in Florida. The park provides easy travel to excellent restaurants, shopping, world class golf courses, and other local attractions. The weather in Tucson is spectacular especially during the winter months when many visitors take advantage of the swimming pools and hiking on magnificent trails in the Saguaro National Park and other locations. The climate is perfect for many outdoor activities in the area. The staff at the Prince of Tucson RV Park boasts of the number of returning visitors, and the visitors continually provide outstanding reviews. The staff is happy to provide modem and WiFi facilities that supply guests with the equipment necessary to keep in touch. The park offers daily, weekly, monthly, and yearly rates for the entire family and precious pets.
With spectacular sunsets overlooking the western slopes of Santa Catalina Mountains, you can view how the sun sets and rises over the high ridges and low creek beds. Located next to the Coronado National Forest which has an area of 1.78 million acres of mountain ranges and wilderness it?s easy to see why this park has international recognition. The park itself offers spacious sites, star gazing parties, runs and many other activities. Lock in your RV rental and reserve a site here