Ramblings of a Techno-Viking

Lazydays Campground, Tucson Arizona

The reason I decided to stay at the Lazydays campground in Tucson is I had a coupon for two free nights, as well as a free lunch in their Florizona Grill Resteraunt. Most sites are pull-through, the roads are paved, the gravel sites have a patio and paved parking spot for a toad or tow vehicle, and most have a tree. I timed my stay so I was able to do my needed dump and water fill. Lazydays is a large RV dealer in Florida, the Tucson location is fairly new and also quite large with hundreds of RVs for sale, a dozen or so service bays, and a large campground. As such campgrounds go, it wasn't bad but the regular price is higher than some others in the area. They are close to several other RV dealers and campgrounds, about a mile from a couple of grocery stores, and a few miles from the Pima Air Museum. While the site included cable TV, I got more channels and better signals with my antenna.

Update: a few weeks after I stayed there, this became a KOA campground.