Os preços não estão disponíveis
Preço estimado Com base em 1 carro, 2 pessoas com tenda, caravana ou campervan.

Acampamento aberto a partir de 01 January até 31 December
{{r.momentInner(r.bookingFrom).locale(r.locale).format('D MMMM YYYY')}}
{{r.momentInner(r.bookingTill).locale(r.locale).format('D MMMM YYYY')}}

Este parque de campismo ainda não foi validado pela Spottocamp Você é o proprietário? Contacte-nos com o botão abaixo.

Eu sou o dono
Máquinas de Lavar
3.5 / 5 (7 votos )

Rincon Country West RV Resort

4555 South Mission Road
85746-2301, Tucson
Arizona, Estados Unidos

55+ Senior Resort; Deluxe pull through spaces, pool, spas, Pickleball, tennis, hiking, bicycling, fitness rooms, bocce ball, laundry facilities, shuffleboard, square/round and line dancing; planned activities, horseshoes, bingo, woodshop, woodcarving, library, silversmithing, lapidary, quilting; In-park Hair salon; close to area attractions.

Características do local


Instalação de Serviços
ligação de TV


Nadar em água natural
Piscina Exterior
Quadra de ténis
Área do Minigolfe
Campo de golfe
Aluguer de barcos

Mudança de fraldas para bebés
Cabines de lavagem
Máquinas de Lavar
Secadores de roupa

Clique aqui se a informação sobre este parque de campismo estiver incorrecta ou incompleta.



Prof. Federico Sipes I
Inglês (US)
The daily cost for brief visits is $77. However, our extended stay of 4 months brought the daily cost down to $35. This is our first experience here and our initial attempt at spending the winter away from our home. Currently, in March, the laundry facilities are a major issue, with 3 to 5 machines out of order for several weeks and no clear plan for their repair. This issue is present in two out of the three laundry rooms. The patio area is a mix of gravel and cement. We're hoping they'll replenish the gravel before the next year, as it tends to turn to mud in the rain. On the bright side, the location is excellent and the community is welcoming. The park offers a variety of activities and hiking trails are nearby. Tucson is a wonderful place. However, the noise from the nearby airport and military flight path can be a bit disruptive.
6 meses ás

Inglês (US)
A large resort facility that is primarily park model homes. Paved streets and rock RV sites with a small concrete patio. Sites are back-in & will accommodate big rigs ASSUMING your neighbor behind you has not encroached onto your space. There is also very little space between sites. The facility is gated & offers a number of amenities. There are NO speed bumps within the resort. There are separate sections for pets and no pets. All services are within a short driving distance but be prepared for heavy traffic. Nightly rate includes a 50% Passport America discount. Like most large resorts there is a laundry list of rules but the majority of them appear to be selectively enforced, i.e. quiet times, 55+, etc.
8 meses ás

Inglês (US)
Most of Rincon Country West RV Resort is really for folks who are living them permanently or seasonally in their park model homes. Only in the far back corner is there really parking for JUST RVs. (Although even that "back corner" is probably home to well over 100 spaces.) So it feels like driving through a miniature suburban subdivision. It's location is in the heart of Tucson, so there's NO feeling of "getting away from it all" by staying here. In fact, your hear planes, helicopters & traffic. It's a city. But for us, spending 5 days exploring the area, it was a fairly central jumping off point for our explorations. We had a "deluxe" pull-through site, which got us a nice patch of grass, a charcoal grill, a picnic table, good water pressure, clean electricity and a site with two different dump spots. There was cable TV available and wifi, but we just used my Verizon hotspot for streaming some Netflix and that worked great. We were close to our neighbors, but not TOO close. The more "normal" spaces near us would have put you in much closer proximity to your neighbors. For us, it was worth the extra $5 or so per day. (Having said that, the place really is pretty pricey. $70 per day is near the top of what we've paid.) The place has many amenities, none of which we availed ourselves of. We were really only there in the evenings and for sleeping. But pools, sports courts of all kinds, several nice dog parks, rec center, auditorium, etc. etc. I would think someone longterm would find lots to do. The security here is pretty stringent, which is nice. We'd certainly stay here again.
1 ano ás

Inglês (US)
It says it is, but it absolutely is not. Most places will accommodate a large class A with a tow by either offering to let you drop it nearby if they don’t have a pull through available. These guys don’t even allow you to have a large rig. It is mis advertised
2 anos ás

Inglês (US)
The review that says the price is $27 needs to be replaced. I pulled in and said that I wanted to stay a week and received a bill for $366. I should have called ahead and verified. Won’t happen again. The monthly rate is $895.
2 anos ás