Arizona, Tucson LazyDays KOA has easy access from Interstate-10 without the freeway noise.
From I-10 East: Take Exit 264B merging onto Palo Verde Road North. Make a quick left on Irvington Road. Continue to Country Club Road and make a left. The KOA is just a block down on the left. Please see the Campbase map tab.
Tucson LazyDays KOA is open all year with 386 RV or tent camp spots. Cabins are also available. The campground has several camp spots that are under solar awnings. The covered structures are used to generate electricity and for shade during the hot summer months. Here is a link to the solar story.
Big rigs up to 65 feet can be accommodated. There are also some shade trees however, most camp spots do not have shade. There are also several lemon trees in the campground that usually have fruit. Camp roads are all paved and parking pads are crushed rock. Clean restrooms with showers are available. There are also two laundry rooms on the property. There is a very large coverd Event Center for special events. Please see the white covered building on our PHOTOS tab. There is a camp store and small gift shop that has some of the essentials including ice. There are just a few cabins available at the campground. Camp spots have a picnic table but, no fire ring. Contact the front office and they will bring a fire ring out to your camp spot. The cable TV has approximately 70 channels available. WiFi is through Tangointernet and worked well. Cellular service for most carriers is excellent from this location. This is a "Big City" campground as it's located in the town of Tucson. Campbase believes it's one of the nicest campgrounds in the Tucson area.
There are also three RV repair and sales shops near the campground. They are: Lazydays, La Mesa RV, and Camping World. Lazydays is the closest. Making this an even better camp spot if you need your RV repaired.
The Pima Air and Space Museum is one of those must-see museums. It's located at 6000 E. Valencia Blve. Tucson. (520) 574-0462
. Www.pimaair.org. The Pima Air and Space Museum also offers exclusive bus tours of the 309th Aerospace Maintenance and Regeneration Center (AMARG), also known as the "Boneyard." The AMAGR is located adjacent to the Museum. Bus tours of the facility are available on a "first come first serve" basis. The tour bus boards at the Museum entrance.
The Loop bike trail passes near the KOA and is a good way to get around by bike. It's a bike and walk trail. Pick up a trail map at the KOA front office. Here is a link to The Loop
Old Tuscon is an old west town where movies are made. There is an old town street with restaurants and shops. There are Can Can shows, gunfights, western cultural exhibits and more. Www.oldtucson.com. (520) 883-0100
. 201 S Kinney Rd. Tucson, AZ 85735.
Saguaro National Park is great for hiking and wildlife viewing. The national park does not have a campgrounds so its best if you stay at this KOA campground a commute into the national park. Here is a link to the national parks web site: https://www.nps.gov/sagu/index.htm
Tucson Mountain Park has hiking trails.