If your RV travels have you visiting our lovely Southwest, these top RV Parks may be worth a stop.
The Southwestern United States makes for some great road trips, especially traveling by RV! The year-round moderate climate is always conducive to camping along with a host of other outdoor activities, and when looking for places to stay there are plenty of options for getting back to nature, cooling off or discovering the meaning of, “…but it’s a dry heat!” Here are a few ideas for parks in the Southwest that rank consistently high with visitors from across the country.
Any visitor looking for peace and quiet will discover that Mission RV park is a great place to find it. Not only is the setting conducive to quiet and relaxation, they actually enforce quiet hours beginning at 9:00 PM. Visitors are practically guaranteed a good night’s rest here. Sites here are spacious and can accommodate big rigs and smaller vehicles easily.
During the day, guests meet and socialize in the spacious clubhouse that opens and closes with the park office seven days a week. The swimming pool opens at 8:00 AM and stays open until 10:00 PM. The desert backdrop of the surrounding area offers outdoor activities like hiking and bicycling as well as a host of places to find fabulous, authentic Mexican and Tex-Mex cuisine.
Rincon enjoys one of the best ratings of any RV resort in the southwest. They offer two locations in Tucson, Rincon West and Rincon East. This is truly a destination park with all the amenities of a great southwestern vacation coupled with the comfort of your own RV. This very active community situated in the heart of Tucson is convenient to all area activities, services and attractions.
High season here is considered to be October through April and it is during this time that Rincon offers the best daily activities. They offer director-led games and activities for all ages, live music and entertainment and boasts near-perfect weather year-round. All the regular amenities are also offered here including onsite laundry, 30/50 hookups, outdoor pool and group gathering facilities.
Part of Sunland resorts, Emerald Desert Yuma is a sister resort to one in Palm Desert California by the same name. The amenities at both sites are comparable so RVers traveling across the southwest into California might consider staying at both. They regularly host weddings, receptions and other events and offer a backdrop that makes for not just a great wedding, but a memorable honeymoon, too!
Emerald Desert offers guests the best of amenities from its spacious and well-groomed pull-through sites to its spacious pools and luxury villas. They offer a wide variety of activities for kids, and the grounds themselves offer amazing views and a comfortable, relaxed atmosphere.
Stagecoach Stop is one of the top-rated parks in New Mexico. They offer 85 sites, nearly half of which are paved and pull-through with full 20/30/50 hookups. The sites offer ample space for slide-outs. The amenities are basic but provide for a comfortable and relaxing stay. They offer free WiFi, onsite pool and spa, gym, recreation center and game room and cable TV. Onsite laundry and spotless restroom and shower facilities are also available onsite.
Pets are welcome at Stagecoach Stop but they ask that unleashed pet activity remain limited to their designated pet run, available at no additional charge during office operating hours.
Isleta Lakes RV Park – Isleta New Mexico
Their web site describes it perfectly: “…getting away from it all, while taking it all with you.” Here you will find a world-class casino resort with its own adjacent RV park and campground set on the stunning backdrop of Isleta Lakes. The claim is that this is the perfect place to stay for fishing enthusiasts and outdoor types who also enjoy the energy and excitement of a casino, but we’ve had a couple reports come in recently that the fishing isn’t all that good.
The park itself is pretty basic, but the casino’s activity hubs make for a great place to relax at the campsite or retreat to the air-conditioned comfort of the Fun Connection complex that features games and sports activities of all description including bowling, laser tag and billiards. There is even a host of arcade games and a snack bar to keep the kids occupied for hours.
The American Southwest is teeming with great things to see and great places to stay, especially when traveling by RV. No matter where in the region the road takes you, it is easy to find comfortable RV camping served up with warm Southwest hospitality.
Please note: These recommendations were compiled using customer feedback, visitor reviews from Yelp, Trip Advisor and actual National RV rankings sources such as; Trailer Life, Woodales and other RV Park rating systems. Photo Credits: Photos from official website of each RV Park.