Situated in Pima County, of which it is the county seat, Tuscon is one of the biggest cities in all of Arizona. It's actually the second most populous city in the state after Phoenix and is the 33rd biggest city in the whole United States. Known as 'The Old Pueblo', Tucson is situated over 100 miles away from Phoenix and just 60 miles north of the international border separating the United States from Mexico. The city covers over 236 square miles and is home to more than half a million people, with more than a million in the entire metropolitan area.


Boasting a beautiful skyline and some excellent attractions like the St Augustine Cathedral and the Arizona Sonora Desert Museum, Tucson is also home to the University of Arizona, so is a popular place with young people. It's also conveniently located near some of Arizona's best natural areas like Saguaro National Park and the Sabino Canyon Recreation Area, making this city a great one to visit if you like to hike, climb, ride mountain bikes, and more. Tucson is a common stop on RV tours of Arizona and there are lots of good RV parks in the area. See below for contact info and overviews on the top rated RV parks in and around Tucson, Arizona.

- Prince of Tucson RV Park - 3501 N Freeway, Tucson, AZ 85705, Phone: 800-955-3501

In a prime location near the center of the city, the Prince of Tucson RV Park is one of the top rated RV locations in the area. There are some beautiful mountain views to be enjoyed from this RV park, which has a very family-friendly and family-oriented feel. The rates at this RV park are very affordable and past guests have had nothing but great things to say about Prince of Tucson RV Park.

The park is fully fitted out with wireless high speed internet and the on-site amenities include more than 170 full hook-up sites, picnic tables, a dump station, paved roads, two separate laundry rooms, two separate shower rooms, a cozy lounge space with a TV and coffee making machines, an office, a convenience store, a heated pool, a hot tub, a pool table, and more. There's so much to do at this RV park, you'll never get bored, and there are plenty of hiking trails and bike paths in the local area too.

- Sentinel Peak RV Park - 450 N Grande Ave, Tucson, AZ 85745, Phone: 520-495-0175

Constructed in a prime location, right nearby all of the city's main attractions and best-rated eateries, Sentinel Peak RV Park is actually the only RV park in the downtown area of Tucson. A light rail stop is located right outside the RV park to help you explore the city and visit key locations like the downtown district, the Tucson Convention Center, the University of Arizona, and hundreds of excellent eateries and stores.

There's also a free shuttle service running to and from the RV park to various events and landmarks around the RV area. On-site amenities and facilities include a cozy clubhouse, lots of nice green spaces and tree-lined sites, an outdoor pool, restrooms, and more. It's a clean and comfortable park with a friendly atmosphere and just over 20 RV sites in total. This RV park is pet-friendly too for anyone who wants to bring a canine companion along.

- Tra-Tel Tucson RV Park - 2070 W Fort Lowell Rd, Tucson, AZ 85705, Phone: 520-888-5401

For some people, certain RV parks seem a little impersonal and overwhelming, but that isn't the case at the Tra-Tel Tucson RV Park. This park is all about creating a family friendly atmosphere for all to enjoy. You'll really feel like you've arrived at a home away from home, with many guests at this Tucson RV park heading back for repeat visits time and time again. You'll have a great chance of meeting new people and forging new friendships, but if you prefer a little privacy and intimacy, that's perfectly possible too.

The rates at Tra-Tel Tucson RV Park are very attractive and the park is open to all ages, as well as being pet-friendly. Amenities and facilities at this particular RV park include a large laundry area, a rec room for fun and games, a swimming pool, showers, a large grassy field for walking your dog, restrooms, picnic tables, and more. All RV sites come fitted with water, sewer, electric, and TV, and the whole park has undergone recent renovation and refurbishment to look better than ever.

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