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    Rv parks

    Im looking to come down that direction for a few months being its -10 today im wanting out of here now! im looking for a good rv park that is close to some good trails in the Tucson or Mesa or anywhere warm! HELP!

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    They have RV spots in the McDowell Mountain Park.. It's surrounded by trails. Some of the best around.


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    I second MMP... Park your RV and ride as much as you want right from the RV. So many great trails, and so many options depending on what you feel like riding.
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    Same recommendation. I would recommend reserving a spot by calling the park directly. The campground is typically full this time of year.

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    Catalina State Park in Tucson has great access to the Fifty Year Trail. Also Usery Mountain Park in Mesa is right at the foot of Pass Mountain. Pass Mountain is a very nice chunky trail with some easier trails on the south side of the park. It's also very close to the Hawes Trail system.
    I will second or third McDowell Mountain Park, but add on the west side there is camping for RVs at the White Tanks. You've got the Comp Loops and also Goat Camp Trail. Goat Camp is one of the chunkiest rides in the valley so be prepared.
    All of these have water and electric and will accommodate larger rigs. Just be careful there are tons of retirement RV parks that are mostly 55 and above, they will have full hookups but you'll be hanging out with the geriatric crowd.
    Good luck.
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    There are lots of rv parks in mesa all the way out to Apache Junction . No I am not talking about trailer parks but actual nice rv parks that are setup to accommodate the floods of snowbirds every year. Best bet is to start calling them . Lots of great riding to be had in the east valley and its easy to get to alot of the other goods in the valley. Yes there are alot of place that are 55 and older but most of those are Rv/trailer parks.
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    Both MMP and Usery are county parks and reservable online Maricopa County Parks & Recreation Dept. Online Reservations - both really good options

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    Hey thanks alot for the feed back! I will start making some phone calls and hopefully get out of here sooner then later! Its freeking cold!

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    Quote Originally Posted by clockwork View Post
    There are lots of rv parks in mesa all the way out to Apache Junction .
    Apache Junction is the bomb....

    What's the difference between an Apache Junction divorce and a tornado.......


    Hell if I know, but someone is losing a trailer in the process..

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    lol thats kinda funny but honestly thats all of arizona.
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    Cave Creek park in the Maricopa parks system also has camping.
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