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Seifert Estates Camp

1 site · RV, Tent5 acres · Tucson, AZ
Our property is 5 acres accessed by a gated road. The land consists of beautiful mature desert with a small mountain side which is great for a hike/climb. The Tortalita Mountains can be reached directly from the property for miles of trails for your atv, side by side, mountain bikes or even horses.
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Freedom in the Catalinas

1 site · RV, Tent1 acre · Tucson, AZ
Escape to the days when you are with your favorite people and pets, free from everyday obligations and surrounded by beautiful desert, open spaces and fresh air! This Acre has a ramada w/table & chairs, fire pit, lots of privacy, septic & water hookup. Great for solar power enthusiasts! (No electric) Excellent hiking, biking, riding, etc. near Catalina State Park, State Trust land, Zipline in Oracle, Baby Jesus Trail, Rail X Ranch Rd., Willow Springs Rd, Park Links Rd, Charouleau Gap, Pima Pistol Club, and about 3 miles to shopping and restaurants. It’s perfect for an RV that's 30' or less, bumper tow trailers that are 24' max and 5th wheels that are 26' and under. …Avoid crowds and take time to get away … …Life’s better when you add fresh air, warm campfire, bright stars and s’mores …RV spot on 1 acre near Catalina, Oro Valley & Saddlebrook and 20-30 min to Tucson. …Easy access to shopping, dining, hiking & biking and Catalina State Park We are happy to answer any questions you may have and send additional pictures. We will also consider nightly stays depending on season.
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Camp Saguaro

8 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents7 acres · Tucson, AZ
Camp Saguaro is nestled in a unique and rural area on the west side of Tucson, Arizona. With the Saguaro National Park Visitor Center, Tucson Mountain Park, and Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum all within four miles, there is plenty of opportunity to explore the outdoors. Tucson Mountain Park and Saguaro National Park boast hundreds of miles of hiking trails, and non-motorized mountain bikes are permitted on the trails in Tucson Mountain Park. Let us be your base camp for desert exploration whether it's hiking, riding, birdwatching, and learning. Come to Camp Saguaro and enjoy the peaceful atmosphere of the desert. What to expect: We are in a rural neighborhood where most parcels are 1-3 acres, we have seven acres. It's quiet around here but along with the natural sounds of the desert like yipping coyotes, and woodpeckers pecking, you may hear a horse, dog, or chicken. While we are on the outskirts of Tucson, we are not completely remote. Camp Saguaro is tobacco-free. Local attractions: Saguaro National Park- 2.3 miles or 2.6 miles to an entrance, 3.7 miles to the visitor center Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum-3.9 miles Tucson Mountain Park-2.5 miles Old Tucson Studios (over 400 movies have been filmed here)-7.1 miles International Wildlife Museum-11 miles King's Canyon Trailhead-3.8 miles Necessities: Gasoline-Speedway 5.7 miles Propane-Wagon Wheel 5.8 miles, West Ajo Feeds 12 miles Hardware-Picture Rocks Hardware 5.6 miles Groceries-Fry's Cortaro Road 14 miles
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La Hacienda Chuparosa

6 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents4 acres · Tucson, AZ
When my husband and I were dating in NY we confessed our mutual desire to get back "home" to the west. It made me fall in love with him even faster. So when we married we moved to Washington DC knowing that in time we would make it west. 5 years later, when the traffic and the politics has taken its toll, we made a trip to Tucson and fell in love with this charming property that exudes all the beauty and grace of the Sonoran Desert. We looked at each other as we walked around looking at the stunning Mtn. Views and the mesquite fence and knew we were finally "home." I've always adored the SW Hummingbirds and wanted to name the property La Hacienda Chuparosa. When we moved in, for the first week, every morning a hummingbird was sipping nectar from one of our plants in the front yard. We knew it was meant to be. So we added a couple of horses to our dream, built some stalls, and now are ready to welcome you to La Hacienda Chuparosa. We know you will find the same magic here that we do.
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Angel's Summerhaven Retreat

1 site · RV, Tent1 acre · Mount Lemmon, AZ
The main camping area is a flat area on the mountainside East of Summerhaven, with a steep approach. The view from the area is great, and the area has some pines, as do the neighboring properties. Turkey cross the property seasonally, as well as the occasional deer. This is a leave no trace site. The site is current undergoing enchancements, so there will be evidence of demolished boulders, landscaping, and fencing. The site is safe to traverse, but care should be taken to avoid rock and uneven terrain, fence posts, and so on. Usage of the site is at your own risk. Toilet and waste: A bucket toilet is provided, with composting bags. Toilet waste, as well as other waste, must be taken with you, when you leave; there is no trash service. There are sometimes dumpsters in town that can be used to dispose of waste. The bucket toilet consists of a bucket, bucket seat, funnel, and hose. The consumables are composting toilet bags, wood shavings/chips, and toilet paper. You do not need to use the funnel and hose, but may if you wish. At a minimum, place the bag into the bucket, with the bag edge over the edge of the bucket, and place the bucket seat onto the bucket. The bucket seat should firmly fit onto the bucket, and retain the bag. When your stay is complete, please make sure the seat and bucket are clean, as well as the funnel and hose, if you used them. Please make sure all supplies are returned to the Toilet Supplies container. Directions: The address is 12672 N Ray Ave. Make your way to the intersection of N Sabino Canyon Parkway and Retreat Rd. in Summerhaven, AZ. Head east up the steep Retreat Rd., and make the right onto Tucson Ave., followed by a quick left onto what Google says is Ray Ave. Make an immediate right onto N. Ray Ave, and follow the dirt road until a steep driveway on the left appears. This driveway (and the other entrance 100 ft further on) provide access to the land. If trying to park off the driveway, enter the first driveway entrance to drive forward onto the approach and park, or enter the second driveway and then back onto the approach and park. Once parked (See Parking for additional instructions), access the land from the driveway according to the images. Parking: WARNING: Do not park on the driveway itself. There is a half-moon driveway that provides a way to either drive forward or backward onto the approach. Park on the (1) dirt approach to the land, just off the steep driveway, or (2) on the half moon parking spot at the top of the driveway, or (3) at the bottom on Ray Ave, out of the way. If any vehicles are blocking vehicular access to the dirt approach to the land, please contact me. Recreation: The shops of Summerhaven are close. Marshall Gulch is a popular recreation area on the Arizona Trail, South of Summerhaven. There is also a lot of opportunity to hike and rock climb on the area. The area is not very suitable for RVs; it is not possible to bring an RV onto the property.
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Bucin Bronc Court

3 sites · RVs1 acre · Tucson, AZ
Welcome Hipcamp Vanlifers, this location has three spots to accommodate Vans and class b motorhomes up to 20 ft in length, you'll have access to a free shower room, toilet room, and laundry facility. Access to picnic area and gas barbecue grill. Close to freeway access. Great place to park, relax, clean up, do some laundry, and get out and enjoy the Tucson winter weather. Sabino Canyon is about a 30 minute drive north and is a must see. It's also a great location for those of you coming to town for the Gem Show.
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Catalina Vista

1 site · RV2 acres · Tucson, AZ
Quiet and private parking area on half of a 2 acre lot (own occupies other side with a wash separating the 2 sides). Located in a sparse residential neighborhood on a private road. Over 150ft to the nearest neighbor, located at 3,100ft of elevation, with panoramic views of the Catalina Mountains and Oro Valley. Nearby attractions include Catalina State Park, Coronado National Forest, and Arizona State Trust land. Despite all the public land nearby, it is only 6 minute drive to a grocery store and restaurants. Easy access to hiking and biking trails.
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Double H Hacienda

3 sites · RVs, Tents4 acres · Tucson, AZ
Unique new RV sites! Settle in at the Double H Hacienda, a gated ‘oasis in the desert’. We offer 5 star accommodations; breathtaking views of the sunrise over the Catalina mountains and sunset over the Tucson Mountains…Located in the heart of Northwest Tucson (Shannon/Overton) just north of the Omni National Golf Course. Property includes plenty of shade with Picnic areas and firepits! Watch the horses play or take advantage of our Equine Experience. Play area includes slide, swings, kid’s zipline and trampoline. Beautiful pool and hot tub included! Fenced dog area (aka " the Penalty Box") Electricity, water and dump station provided. Minimum of 3 nights, maximum 30 nights. Site 1: RV/Camping Trailer/5th wheels up to 32 ft. Site 2: RV/Camping Trailer/5th wheel pull through for larger rigs.
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El Pais Motel & Campgrounds

5 sites · RVs, Tents1 acre · Tucson, AZ
El Pais is a family owned and operated motel and campground located in southern Tucson. We embrace the mid-century era with an awesome design, stimulating artwork, and fun amenities. If you're looking for a place to have an amazing experience by pitching a tent, living your best van life, or enjoying a full hookup RV experience you won't be disappointed. So come and book with us here at the world famous El Pais Motel & Campgrounds.The pool is not currently useable but it is close
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Tucson...

1 site · RV1 acre · Tucson, AZ
Shady campsite tucked between two homes in central Tucson with 15A, 30A & 50A electric hookup, sewer-dump, water and Wifi. No restroom facilities are provided. 45ft maximum total length for RV, trailer and tow vehicle. 12 ft max height. 9 ft max width. No slide outs. No generator use. Close to bus routes.
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Sonoran Skyline

1 site · RV1 acre · Tucson, AZ
We wanted to create a space for people to experience and fall in love with the Sonoran Desert like we did when we were living in our camper full-time traveling the West. Sonoran Skyline offers an escape to the beauty of the Sonoran Desert and the incredibly diverse flora and fauna that make this land so unique. We are in Picture Rocks West on the northwest side of Tucson, with Saguaro National Park Red Hills Visitor Center (West), Tucson Mountain Park, Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum, and Old Tucson Studios all within minutes. Quiet, dirt roads, incredible skies, but easy access to everything Tucson has to offer! *Please read the entire listing - This spot is for campervans, slide-in truck campers, and c class RVs only. NO TENTS, TOWED VEHICLES OR TRAILERS OF ANY SIZE. NO CAR CAMPING. All units must have their own bathroom inside the camper!* You will park on the west side of our property on a large limestone gravel parking area where you will be surrounded by mature saguaros, established palo verdes, large mesquite trees, prickly pear, many different types of cholla, and so much more. Only campervans, slide-in truck campers, or class c RV units with a bathroom. We do live on the property and this is a rural neighborhood on the outskirts of Saguaro National Park West. No generators or fires (only propane). Let us know if you would like to rent our propane firepit and we can have it set up before you arrive. Learn more about the land: We are in a well-kept rural neighborhood on the west side of Tucson - which is the best of both worlds in our book. While this is a quiet neighborhood on the outskirts of Tucson, you will have cars go by from time to time so don’t expect complete remoteness! And yes, you can see our house and a couple of other houses. That being said, the sunsets are incredible and the wildlife out here is plentiful. There’s a good chance you will see anything from coyotes, javelinas, roadrunners and owls to quail, hawks, cardinals, snakes, lizards, rabbits, hummingbirds, and many of the other creatures we get to share the beautiful Sonoran Desert with. We are super close to the National Park (5 minutes) and minutes away from incredible hiking and never-ending views of saguaros and the surrounding Tucson Mountains, Gatest Pass, Ironwood National Monument and more. If you are looking for a safe, private place to park for all your exploring needs, Sonoran Skyline is it. Also a great place for any full-timers, as the service out here is good ( and we do have WiFi you can use). This is a dry camping spot, but we do have a water spigot and filter you can use if you'd like to fill up your tanks. Just let us know. Our property is a Certified Wildlife Habitat and we ask you to please be mindful and know you may see or encounter many different types of wildlife while here. Please be respectful and always watch your step! Because the property is not fully fenced in, we do not allow pets at this time. We do have three rescue dogs who you may hear from time to time, as well as a distant bark from other neighborhood hounds. Lucky guests may wake up to a neighborly ‘nay’ from Magic, the resident horse across the way. Please, no tobacco use. Why Sonoran Skyline? We loved it so much here that we stopped living in our camper so we could live in the Sonoran Desert and fabulous Tucson full-time. One of the first things we did was create a camp space so others could enjoy it like we do! We are continuing to add to and update the property and space, but we hope you enjoy your time at Sonoran Skyline. There are two Speedway gas stations, several great food trucks, and a general store all within a 2-minute drive if you need any necessities. Downtown Tucson is about a 27 minute drive and there are tons of wonderful restaurants, bars, markets and so on within the 20-25is minute drive into town.
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Wild Burro Desert Retreat

1 site · RV5 acres · Marana, AZ
We are empty-nesters enjoying our retirement years on our 5 beautiful acres in Marana, AZ. We are conveniently located just 7.7 miles (15 minutes) east of I-10.' *Please note: We do not allow tent, truck, or car camping. All guests must have a self contained, trailer, RV, or camper van with a working toilet. We have full hook ups with a 30 amp electrical service. We enjoy traveling in our trailer and have recently determined that we would love to provide a convenient, beautiful and peaceful camping experience for others! We have beautiful mountain views and are adjacent to the Tortolita Preserve. (2,400 acres) The reserve offers trails for hiking, biking, or horseback riding. We have cleared a portion of our land, far enough away from our home, in order for our guests to experience a taste of desert beauty and privacy. If you enjoy wildlife, know that it is very likely you will see cottontail rabbits, jack rabbits, javelina, and more. You may wish to visit the Ritz Carlton - Dove Mountain which is just a short 6.3 miles up the hill. There, you can enjoy a delicious meal and/or the best of golfing. Dove Mountain Brewing is 2.7 miles down the hill and offers locally handcrafted beer! Enjoy the best beer and grilled food while playing darts or watching your favorite sports team on TV. The best thing about our property is the feeling of being secluded yet having everything else nearby. There is certainly no shortage of things to do and no shortage of desert beauty here at the Wild Burro Desert Retreat! PLEASE NOTE: We do not allow tent camping nor camping in trucks or cars. All guests must have a self contained trailer or RV. Thank you!
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Looking to embark on an unforgettable camping adventure near Oro Valley, Arizona? Pinnacle Farms South (468 reviews) to the convenient El Pais Motel & Campgrounds (308 reviews), and the unique Dark Sky Camping and Glamping (115 reviews), there's no shortage of top-rated campsites to choose from. And with popular amenities like toilets, potable water, and showers, you'll have everything you need for a comfortable stay. Plus, you'll have plenty of opportunities for outdoor fun with activities like hiking, biking, and wildlife watching. So pack your bags, hit the road, and get ready to experience the best of RV camping in Oro Valley, Arizona!

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