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Tucson - Lazydays KOA Resort

5151 S Country Club Rd, Tucson, Arizona 85706-1713 USA

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“Camping & RV in AZ”

Tucson/Lazydays KOA Resort is your desert oasis, featuring beautiful fruit trees abundant throughout the park, with plenty of good times to be had. The campground offers Pull-thru RV Sites with full 30/50-amp hookups, grassy luxury sites and NEW RV Sites with a Patio and a fireplace! No RV? No problem. Stay in one of the NEW two-bedroom Deluxe Cabins with queen beds. Whether you want to relax by one of the two pools, soak in the hot tubs, play a round on our nine hole putting green, or join in the fun activities, this KOA has something for everyone to enjoy. The completed installation of the two PowerParasols® solar shade structures now allows guest to camp, gather and even barbeque under a patented structure that produces clean solar energy. The structures shade more than two acres of the campground, giving visitors room to park RVs on 30 covered RV sites. Coming Soon, a resort style activity park will provide ample shade and sport courts to bring recreation, relaxation, family and friends together. Lazydays, a full-service RV dealership with a service department, is located next door. Other campground amenities include a bar and grill, an event center and meeting rooms, fitness center, off-leash dog park and complimentary Wi-Fi. Camping in Arizona is a breeze at the Tucson/Lazydays KOA. Pool: Open all year. Max pull thru: 65 feet.

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4.8 Access
4.3 Location
4.6 Cleanliness
4.6 Site Quality
3.8 Noise

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Reviewed by
HerFineMess

  • 1 Review
  • 1 Helpful
March 22, 2022
Rated 5.0

This park is upscale and lovely. It’s the second time I’ve stayed here. The first time, I stayed in a Class A, and the second time, I stayed in a 30-foot Airstream. Both times, I had plenty of space, a pull-through site, and room to park an extra vehicle. The sites are big and clean and ideal for enjoying the outdoors.
I have two dogs, and I appreciate the potty pails with poop bags located conveniently throughout the park. Another favorite feature? 24-hour trash pickup.

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Reviewed by
leighwetzel

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February 15, 2013
Rated

We went to Lazydays RV Campground for a rally after 4 weeks of boondocking in the middle of nowhere. The RV Park is part of the Lazydays RV Sales and Service center, so it is a giant facility. It's a first class facility, though it can be a little noisy at night with the helicopters and sirens blaring.

There are citrus trees between most spots, so we enjoyed the grapefruit while we were there. The restaurant looked surprisingly good, the staff was very friendly and the laundry rooms are both big and clean.

It's not our type of campground, we prefer more nature. But if you're in Tucson and want to be near the gem show or get your RV serviced it's a great location.

**We paid a discounted rally rate while we were here.

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Nightly Rate: $31.00

Days Stayed: 7

Site Number: 1448

5 Access
5 Location
5 Cleanliness
5 Site Quality
3 Noise

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Reviewed by
Campendium

March 10, 2015
Rated

This is a great spot to regroup after you've been in the desert, unhooked, for several weeks. The sites are large and level (there's a beautiful flowering orange tree at our site), the laundry room is clean and happy, the fitness room is pretty well equipped and there's two pools. It's a good place to have your mail forwarded to -- the staff are very accommodating and helpful.

If you want a break from cooking, there's a large restaurant on site, and within a mile there's a Fry's grocery. Everything else in Tucson is very accessible from this location.

As a runner, I like that there are plenty of sidewalks and neighborhoods around the park for running, although they're not always the most scenic, and you can also run 1-mile laps around this giant place if you don't feel like venturing out. We hear that there's a new bike trail here that leads out to Tucson's fantastic system of trails.

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Nightly Rate: $50.00

Days Stayed: 4

Site Number: 1448

5 Access
4 Location
5 Cleanliness
5 Site Quality
3 Noise

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May 11, 2015
Rated

If you are into resorts with pools, saunas, workout room, restaurant, etc, than this might be the place for you during the winter months. Its a nice, clean, beautiful smelling (due to the fruit trees) campground. I am kind of a more rustic camper and don't really use all of the other amenities. But I did like the sites in the #1538 area since they seemed quieter than the area around site #1625. I came here one year for a rally and then came for a few weeks the second year (2015) to visit some friends.

The BIG PLUS for me, they have the biggest fenced-in dog park area that I have ever seen in a campground. It basically is a water retention area and since normally it is dry in Tucson, the park is dry with some grass. When it rains, you wouldn't take your dog there but I am assuming that it is fairly infrequent.

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Nightly Rate: -

Days Stayed: 30

Site Number: 1505, 1538, 1625

5 Access
5 Location
5 Cleanliness
5 Site Quality
5 Noise

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Reviewed by
Campendium

March 04, 2016
Rated

We stay here each winter we are on the west coast. We find we enjoy the central location for hiking in the various locations in all directions and the convenience of having stores near by. We also enjoy the extra large sites that give us a lot of room for ourselves and ample space between us and our neighbors. The roads in the park are very wide with lots of room for easy backing in. The sites are gravel parking, cement patio with extended blacktop, and an extra gravel area. Each site has a table and four chairs and most sites have a citrus tree. There are two pools, a small playground, large grass dog park, pickleball courts inside, and restaurant. There are some planned activities but this is not your typical KOA meant for families. There are four different sites. We stayed part of out time in a deluxe site. These are the same size as all the sites but have a small lawn and a hedge for privacy. However, these sites are on the north side of the park and they have more train and highway noise. They also face the new solar roofs. Our other site was on the southwest side and was a double back in. This was a much quieter area. Be aware that if you should park under the new solar roof, there is a continuous hum from the solar mechanisms on the ends.

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Nightly Rate: $45.00

Days Stayed: 75

Site Number: 1364, 1584

5 Access
5 Location
5 Cleanliness
5 Site Quality
4 Noise

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Reviewed by
Campendium

March 05, 2016
Rated

This is a very quiet and clean KOA. The laundry facility, pool, playground and dog park are all awesome. My kids loved picking lemons from the trees between campsites. There's not much here in the way of nature or "real" camping, but we were visiting family for a week and it was an easy place to stay.

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Nightly Rate: $50.00

Days Stayed: 7

Site Number: 1562

5 Access
4 Location
5 Cleanliness
5 Site Quality
5 Noise

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Reviewed by
Campendium

March 22, 2016
Rated

First the good stuff: This RV park is quite large, very clean, and well laid-out, and the staff were very helpful and friendly. The dog park is HUGE and we used it every day. Lemon and grapefruit trees along each lot offer fresh fruit for campers. If you're looking for someplace clean, with lots of activities, a restaurant, and a high-end clientele (we spotted three Prevosts there) this might be the spot for you. The bad stuff: we found it a bit too "sterile" for our tastes. Apart from the dog park and a few premium sites, there's not a blade of grass to be seen: the park is entirely asphalt and gravel. There was also a lot of noise: every day loud fighter jets from the Air Force base next door were flying overhead. There were train whistles pretty often, one RVer liked to drive his gas-powered go-cart around the park, and our neighbors on both sides were working on their coaches during most of our stay, including one working on his ailing generator making noise and blowing gas fumes our way. It's the first RV park we've stayed in that had barbed wire all the way around--although we felt completely safe in the whole area even outside the park. We would consider returning again for a short stay. We stayed in January 2015.

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Nightly Rate: $38.00

Days Stayed: 5

Site Number: -

5 Access
4 Location
5 Cleanliness
4 Site Quality
3 Noise
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Reviewed by
Campendium

May 21, 2016
Rated

This KOA is across the street from our dealer and is connected to the Lazy Days in Tucson. This is a HUGE parking lot campground, not an oasis in the desert but rather an urban parking lot conveniently located next to multiple RV dealers.

That being said, our one night there was fantastic. We didn't get to use the dog run but our site was extremely nice, worth paying a little extra for the spit of grass and the privacy it afforded. We had dinner and drinks in the on-site restaurant/longue. Not an extensive menu but it was VERY welcomed after a stressful week and a quick turn-around between trips.

We would overnight here again if we had too without question. The huge solar array they've built is worth viewing for one night.

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Nightly Rate: $38.00

Days Stayed: 1

Site Number: 1349

5 Access
5 Location
5 Cleanliness
5 Site Quality
5 Noise

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Reviewed by
Campendium

February 06, 2017
Rated

This is a great park with wide sites, chairs and table, and resort amenities including a pool and fitness area. Plus large dog area where my dog got to chase the ball and play with other dogs. Each site has a lemon, orange, or grapefruit tree that you can pick from. Curbside garbage pickup too!

Not far from highway, airport, and railroad tracks but the noise wasn't excessive.

T-mobile was good enough for streaming with some buffering.

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Nightly Rate: $54.00

Days Stayed: 5

Site Number: 1472

5 Access
4 Location
5 Cleanliness
5 Site Quality
4 Noise

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Reviewed by
Campendium

February 24, 2017
Rated

A nice urban RV site and much nicer than most KOA's. The place has every park feature you could think of, mostly catering to Class A's but all others are here too. While the surrounding neighborhood is sketchy after dark, it's fine during the day. It's right next to Lazydays RV if you need service etc. I think we had one of the best spots in the park, and we paid a little extra for this premium site with a nice paver patio and outdoor fireplace. There is a restaurant /bar on site, pool table, reading room, mail room for your Amazon packages etc. The site has a limited selection of groceries and a few RV items like most KOA's. One thing that might bother people is there are ton of fighter jets taking off from DM Air Base, (i like) and next to a train, so if you're looking for a silent peaceful park you should try something else, but if you need a full featured KOA that's a bit noisy than this is your spot

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Nightly Rate: $55.00

Days Stayed: 6

Site Number: 1597

5 Access
2 Location
5 Cleanliness
5 Site Quality
2 Noise

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Tucson - Lazydays KOA Resort

5151 S Country Club Rd
Tucson, Arizona
85706-1713 USA
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Longest Vehicle Length Reported
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