In my last post, I shared how you can tour two historic places in Arizona for one low entry fee. If you’re in the planning stages to visit them on your next RV trek through the area, you have probably noticed they are not really on the road to anywhere and require a detour off […]
Those that follow this blog on a regular basis know I like to seek out and explore the lesser-known attractions across the West. When I learned we could visit both historic Fort Apache and the nearby abandoned Kinishba Ruins in Eastern Arizona for only $5 per adult, it was added to a recent itinerary. Following […]
If you love outdoor activities, you are going to love Arizona’s Mohave Valley. Located less than 20 miles south of Laughlin, Nevada, Moon River RV Resort is one of the premier resorts in the area. Featuring 84 sites and full hook ups, Moon River RV Resort offers a peaceful country setting that’s just minutes from […]
Tucked into the southwest corner of Arizona, Yuma is one of those towns you just can’t get enough of, no matter what time of year. The Colorado River runs along the north and west side of town, serving as the border between Arizona and California. It’s also just seven miles from the Mexican border. Blessed […]
Arizona is a favorite destination among RVers. Featuring endless sunshine and a wealth of activities all-year, the Grand Canyon State offers plenty of RV resorts to visit, not to mention an abundant of golf courses and attractions. There are many must-see snowbird attractions in Southern Arizona and located in the Phoenix area is Desert Sands […]
Heading south for the winter is an endless tradition among RVers with Arizona being one of the more popular destinations for snowbirds. Just in time to host winter visitors, The MotorCoach Resort at Wild Horse Pass in Chandler, Arizona is a newer RV resort since its opening in September 2016. Although there are many Arizona […]
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If you’ve ever wondered why Tucson’s RV parks are all located on the fringes of town, it’s because until recently no RV parks had been built within city limits. Thankfully that’s changed because of Todd Spencer, the visionary owner of the all new Sentinel Peak RV Park in Downtown Tucson. Meet Tucson’s Newest RV Park […]
If you’re spending winter all cooped up in a less-than-ideal climate, get moving and point your rig to the Southwest. Hop on the interstate and head to Tucson, headquarters for dozens of the best snowbird attractions in Southern Arizona that will keep you awestruck and entertained the entire season. Join this iRV2 Discussion Forum topic […]