Within a 60-minute drive from the Rincon Mountain Visitor Center.
All to yourself
100% of recent Hipcampers say this Hipcamp felt private.
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Looking for a camp spot right off I-19 in the Sahuarita area, nestled away but near modern conveniences? If so, look no further!
Welcome to Peaceful Palmz!!! Just less than 5 minutes to Anamax Park, along the bike path, you will find your perfect campsite! Enjoy spectacular mountain views, privacy, and a safe and secure area for your pets, all the while being located within just 5 minutes of grocery stores, gas, a hospital, and all the modern conveniences!
Please note, due to city ordinance, no RV's are allowed. Camper vans and sprinter vans are allowed.
We offer a .30 acre camp spot with single electric extension cable and a hose for water. A 6 foot fence surrounds the property and the 2 gates lock to give you privacy and security.
No too far from our lot, you have Coronado National Forest.
Start your wanderings at
Sabino Canyon. Steep rock cliffs and unique desert vegetation follow Sabino Creek, which maintains water year-round. Keep a sharp eye out for desert wildlife adapted for high heat and low humidity. Gila monsters may sun themselves on rocks, while bobcats sip from the creek's water.
Discover Miller Peak, the highest peak in the Huachuca Mountains. Wilderness surrounding the area comprises vertical cliffs and deep canyons. Follow an 11.5-mile, moderately hard trail to the top of the mountain. The mountain rises 3,500 feet above the countryside.
Campgrounds abound here. Choose year-round campsites from 3,000 feet to 9,000 feet above sea level.
At Saguaro National Park, take in the soaring saguaro cacti at this massive national park in Tucson. Hike, bike, walk, or drive through the forest of saguaros. Please resist the urge to through yourself in their welcoming, outstretched arms. Saguaro has trails for every fitness level. There's also a generous assortment of visitor facilities and mind-blowing viewpoints.
Pets are allowed. Please make sure you pick up after them.
Sahuarita, Pima, Arizona, United StatesTraditional, ancestral territory of O’odham Jeweḍ, Tohono O’odham, and Hohokam First Nations according to To respect the Host's privacy, the precise address of this land will be provided after booking
Hosted by Angel M.Joined in February 2022
6 ratings · 6 reviews
November 15, 2023
Great if camping with dogs
If you’re looking for a secure and convenient place to camp when travelling to Mexico then look no further! Angel was great, very communicative and the place was exactly as described. Great Wi-Fi, nice fire pit and very secure for our dogs - exactly what we needed.
November 7, 2023
Host was easy to work with. Site is nice and clean. Water, firepit, and two chairs. Having a gate that closes gives peace of mind with tent stuff. Only a few minutes from I-19 and shopping (groceries, gas, etc). There was wifi and power but we didn't use it.
May 10, 2023
Our second time staying here and we love it!
Angel is very friendly and has done a phenomenal job making the PERFECT camping spot.
November 11, 2022
Camping with animals
This space was amazing. Arrived later than expected but it was not hard to find the space at all. It is fully enclosed and has hookups and a firepit. I would definitely recommend this place if you are just wanting a exclusive place to have a bonfire and hang out. Thank you!
November 4, 2022
*****TOTAL GEM*****We loved this spot!
Wifi, water and power hookups! Sewer to come soon.
Angel was most kind and assisted us at check in, very friendly and wish we could have stayed longer. Hopefully next time!
April 29, 2022
We had a large part of their proporty to our selves. It was close to Tucson and other nice things to visit in the area. The soil was a little lose on the right side, but was fine for our 30'ft RV on the left side. The hosts are very friendly and welcoming. They gave us tips on things to see and do and we know now we have to come back to visit this part of the US.