cleanliness and physical characteristics of restrooms, including interior construction, adequate supplies/odor free, adequate number of facilities, exterior appearance and location in relation to park spaces, and interior appearance.
the park's setting and site layout, function and identification of signage, overall exterior building maintenance, noise, trash disposal, litter and debris around the grounds and sites, and appearance of grounds, sites and entrance area.
Great campground. Spent a week at the end of the month. There was an early heat wave and am so glad that we had reserved a pull through under the solar panels. We had all day shade vs the other sites that have mostly sun. Each site had a fruit tree lemon, grapefruit and orange. Pool/ hot tub area was well maintained and clean. Saw pool water being tested a few times a day. Weekends, lots of kids. Exercise room was nice as well as laundry. Only reason for 4 star on restroom is that I was told that the men's room tile floor and grout looked like it needed a good scrub. Womens restroom and showers were spotless. BBQ restaurant on site for lunch/dinner. Cabins are really a casita here and very attractive. Every site has some type of patio furniture. Sites were level and little if any road noise from I-10. Would stay here again in a minute!
We camped at the Lazydays RV Resort for one night during the 4th week of September 2018. WOW, what a place! Very easy access off I-10 in south Tucson, this place is a beautiful resort. We were checked in by a very pleasant and professional reception staff and easily found our campsite. Because it was in the upper 90’s while there, we choose to park under their “Power Parasol” shade structure a steel frame covered by solar panels 28 feet above you. Very welcomed shade and production of solar electricity too, a great combination. Our campsite had water, sewer and 50 amp electric for $51/night. This RV park has numerous small “chip and putt” greens scattered around the park, three dog parks, dog wash and several gas fire pits surrounded by Adirondack chairs. They offer a variety of RV sites with your choice of gravel, grass, hammocks, fireplaces, an outdoor kitchen, 2-story patios and private dog pens all under the shade of citrus trees which are found all over this RV park. The park also has a swimming pool, pickle ball courts, gift shop, an on-site restaurant and bar and all the other amenities you would expect at such a fine resort. This was the best resort / RV park we stayed at during our summer RV travels. Lazydays wasn't the most expensive park we visited either! We would stay here again, in fact we may plan another trip to Tucson just to be able to come back here.
One of the nicest KOA’s we’ve seen. Clean, attractive, paved roads and wide level sites. Just off I-10. Very well manicured with fruit trees at each site. Nice general store, restaurant on the property with a large clean pool and spa. Mix of snowbird/long term residents and travelers. Close to numerous RV centers and other Tucson shopping. Possible downside for some is proximity to Air Force Base with fighter jets roaring overhead occasionally. For us, it was the sound of freedom. Would definitely stay here again and would consider making it a longer stay destination to explore the area.
This park sets a high standard for all parks, especially the KOA brand. It is one of the nicest KOA's I have ever seen.
The roads and sites are all concrete, very wide and big-rig friendly. Each site has an adjacent place for a car, even though the site are long enough to accomodate the car behind the rig. They have covered sites available that use solar panels to provide cover and generate energy. What a great concept!
There are two pools and two hot tubs. Both are very nice and one has a playground beside the pool area.
The facilities are pristine and the grounds are very clean.
We arrived after hours and were very happy to be greeted at the gated entrance by 24-hour security.
The location is really nice. It is close to lots of restaurants and shopping options and is right off the freeway, but we did not hear any road noise. It is also close to the airport, but we only heard the sound of planes mid-day, never in the late evenings. They are right next to an RV sales and repair service, which is very handy if you need something special for your RV.
This is not your average KOA. It raises the bar that they should all try to measure up to. Sites are spacious. Interior roads are paved. Wi-Fi and Cable available. Concrete patios with picnic table. Graveled pads and off-street parking. If the weather is hot consider one of the sites under the solar panels as they provide nice filtered sunlight.
Staff was fantastic. Sites are spacious. Interior roads are two and paved. Wi-Fi and Cable available. Concrete patios with picnic table. Graveled pads and off-street parking. A very positive experience.
This is a nice KOA. Sites are large and well-maintained. Roads are paved; sites are gravel with a paved patio. There's a table and four chairs on each patio. Citrus trees are at every site. I had grapefruit and fresh-squeezed orange juice for breakfast, limes for guacamole, and lemons for lemonade. There are two large laundries in the park ($2 wash, $1.50 dry). There's a nice gift shop and a cafe that has burgers, etc. You can get a beer or mixed drink there, too. People are very friendly. The only complaint is that they don't let you know what activities they have planned. The campground is right next to Lazydays RV. If you need work done on your RV you can have it done there, but make sure you make an appointment several weeks ahead of time. Lazydays also has a parts store, and they give classes in driving an RV and how to cook in your convection oven. There is also a Camping World close by in case you need supplies. We plan on staying here anytime we're in the Tucson area.
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How to read the Good Sam Rating 10/10 /10. All three ratings categories are measured on a scale of 1 to 10, with 10 being the best.Less than 1 percent of parks or campgrounds receive the coveted 10 / 10 / 10 rating, which indicates superior facilities that are well maintained, clean, well-appointed restrooms and a highly appealing appearance.Campgrounds are inspected annually by dedicated RVers like you.
Completeness of facilities
10 / 10 / 10 The first campground rating evaluates completeness and quality of facilities.In this category we rate interior roads, sites, registration area, hookups, recreation, swimming, security, laundry, store and building maintenance.
Cleanliness and physical characteristics of restrooms and showers
10 / 10 / 10 The second rating category concerns the cleanliness and physical characteristics of toilets, walls, showers, sinks/counters/mirrors and floor. If a park achieves a full point in each of the above, it receives a star (), indicating exceptionally clean restrooms.
Also rated are physical characteristics of restrooms, including interior construction, adequate supplies/odor free, adequate number of facilities, exterior appearance and location in relation to park spaces, and interior appearance.
Visual Appeal and Environmental Quality
10 / 10 / 10 This category addresses the park's setting and site layout, function and identification of signage, overall exterior building maintenance, noise, trash disposal, litter and debris around the grounds and sites, and appearance of grounds, sites and entrance area.
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