Tucson Lazydays/Koa Campground ~ one word … FABULOUS! This is our second time staying here. We stayed here for a while back in November of 2012, on our way down to Mexico. At that time, it was Lazy Days and now it has become a KOA. We are here a little longer than anticipated as we are having repairs done to the RV at Lazydays ~ The RV Authority, which is right next door!
As for KOA … just as I loved the first time, I still love … wait for it, wait for it ……… THE FRUIT TREES! Each site has it’s own fruit tree! MMM, fresh lemonade and orange juice EVERYDAY (with the help of our juicer) 🙂 YUMMY!
With 2 Pools, 2 Laundry Rooms, 2 Bathroom/Shower sites on premises, you can’t go wrong staying here. Everything you need is here! Daily Events such as on-going NFL games, Water Aerobics, Zumba, WII Bowling, Bingo (and Candy Bingo), Yoga, Movie Nights, Ice Cream Socials, Spanish Classes and sooooo much more! On site ~ A gym for those fitness lovers, hot tub (for bruised n’ battered bodies like mine), a Store, Restaurant (Florizona Grille ~ YUMMY food), Pickle Ball Court (indoor), Banquet Rooms, Lounge with Pool Table & Computer, Fenced Dog-Run, Recreation Area w/ Pond, Bocce Ball, Picnic Tables, Putting Green and Horseshoes. We also have Trash Pick-up (several times per day) WOO HOO 🙂 On top of all that …… the weather is amazing! Winters … crisp in the mornings and evenings and beautiful hot sunny days! Can you get better than this? Hmm, I think not!
Even Bailey (our little 1/2 pomeranian ~ 1/2 chihuahua) smiles everyday (and it’s a good thing she’s not a 150lb dog ’cause her smile is kinda’ creepy and would probably scare the shit outta’ some people!) 😉
Aside from everything mentioned above, the most amazing thing about this place … is the staff!
If you are RV’ing through Arizona, you must stop and stay at Tucson’s Koa/LazyDays! SERIOUSLY, you won’t be disappointed!
Nearby attractions include:
The Arizona/Sonoma Desert Museum: 98 acres that include a Zoo, Aquarium, Botanical Garden, National History Museum and an Art Gallery. This place is amazing … we visited and enjoyed the Desert Museum when we were here in 2012. (Pictures on post from 2012)
Saguara National Park: Tucson, Arizona is home of the nations largest Cacti!
The Pima Air & Space Museum: This is one of the world’s largest non-government funded Aerospace Musuems that covers 127 acres. This museum is beyond words. We also visited this museum when we were here in 2012. OUTSTANDING! (Pictures on post from 2012)
Breakers Water Park: This park is home to the largest wave pool in the United States!
Old Tucson: This is a definate MUST SEE! Also a site we visited back in 2012 (Pictures on post from 2012). Such a must see, I think we may have to go again before we leave Tucson.
and soooo many more attractions, restaurants, etc…
uyvs ~ ♥