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Old 04-08-2019, 12:43 AM   #1
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Does anyone have a recommendation for an RV park near here? I have a bunch of family going to visit a relative stationed at Ft. Huachuca and I’d like to bring my 42’ fifth wheel down. Some of what I’ve seen appears to be a little less desirable than what I’m looking for. Suggestions? Parks to stay away from?
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Old 04-08-2019, 01:09 AM   #2
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Old 04-08-2019, 01:10 AM   #3
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Check out Tombstone Territories RV Resort. It's not too far from Sierra Vista, but out away from everything. It's been about ten years since I was there, but it still gets really good reviews.
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Kartchner Caverns State Park is beautiful!
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Old 04-08-2019, 08:42 AM   #5
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Since Sierra Vista isn't a snowbird destination there are no real nice RV parks in town. And being a military town there are a lot of transient type trailer parks that are pretty rough.
Just up the road a ways is Kartchner Caverns state park and 20 miles away is Tombstone and a couple RV parks there.
At the junction of hwy's 60 and 82 (mustang Corners) is a fairly decent looking place. Not too far from Sorry Veesta. https://www.rvresortquailridge.com/
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Check out Tombstone Territories RV Resort. It's not too far from Sierra Vista, but out away from everything. It's been about ten years since I was there, but it still gets really good reviews.
X2. Probably the most central for the area attractions, and very nice. For a Sierra Vista visit, this would be my first choice.

Kartchner Caverns has limited spots for a rig your size, and no sewer, only a dump station. But the caverns are a must see!!!!
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We just visited Kartchner Caverns and enjoyed it.
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Tha you all for sharing your experiences. Much better than throwing darts with RV Parky.
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We’ve spent a month at Tombstone Territories rv park and visited Tombstone rv Park near Tombstone a couple of times. Territories is out of any town and well run and quiet. Either are good. We haven’t stayed at any of the others near Sierra Vista so cannot comment on them. Sierra Vista has been very snowbirder friendly to us.
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