102 40ft x 80ft pull thru's on 30 acres with 30/50 amps service, full hookups, and WiFi. Sites are landscaped with desert plants, have concrete patio, picnic table and Cable TV. Park amenities: propane and laundry facilities, dog park, hiking trails, horseshoes, frisbee golf, access to ATV trails, community fire ring and BBQ. Wide open country for hiking, nature watching, biking, and ATV riding (check out ATV/UTV riding rules at: http://azstateparks.com/ohv/rules.html)
Open year-round! PA is valid April 15th - Oct 15th. PA valid for 3 nights max. During summer months, please see management for discounts on longer stays. PA reservations are accepted. As COVID persists, our indoor facilities (showers, swimming pool, rec room) and walk in office are closed, so please call us at 520 240-1352 to coordinate your stay. We do require masks in our laundry facility and when interacting with our staff. NO TENTS. Credit cards accepted. Leashed pets welcome with some restrictions. *Plus tax. Rates are for 2 people, max 6 per site, $2 additional per person. $2 additional per pet. Additional charge for electricity (metered electricity). 30/50 amp sites: $33.00, P.A.: $16.50. Premium sites: $38.00, P.A.: $19.00. Rates are subject to change without notice. Credit card processing fee is 4%. See website for more information.
I-10. 40 miles South East of Tucson, Exit 302 South on Highway 90 (19 miles) to Highway 82, East (towards Tombstone 8 miles) between highway mile markers 59 & 60.
All sites have a view of the Dragoon Mountains and Cochise Stronghold. Enjoy mild Arizona summers and ideal winters at 4000 ft elevation. Wide open country for hiking, nature watching, biking, and ATV riding (check out ATV/UTV riding rules at: http://azstateparks.com/ohv/rules.html). We are a bird watching paradise.
Close to Tombstone, Kartchner Caverns, San Pedro River and San Pedro Riparian National Conservation Park.
Hubby, dog and I spent 33 days on the road through 17 states. We had two campgrounds that stood out for us, both members of Passport America. One was Tombstone Territories! This is a place that I would spend the winter in Arizona at! Beautiful scenery. Well laid out sties, all good sized, and the facilities were over the top! The person who built this overbuilt with class and amenities, and campers really benefit from it. I will return!
We are ending a 5 week stay here at Tombstone Territories RV Resort, during which time we up-sized to a new 5th wheel bought in Tucson. Our May/June visit has been delightful! The resort is quiet (albeit summer months-fine with us) with virtually no road or railroad noise. The scenery is spectacular, with 360 degrees of mountain views, and the sites are very spacious, well maintained and all pull throughs. The staff has been very friendly and helpful. The first day back with the new trailer we had a major mechanical failure (hydraulics failed) and a serious mishap (my doing) at the same time, that presented a serious emergency. Two fellas on staff immediately came over to assist. One was electrically savvy and with the guidance of a tech from the dealership over the phone, we temporarily resolved the issue until I could get back for warranty service the next day. Kudos to both men, and a very sympathetic and caring rest-of-the-staff. We can't say enough about Tombstone Territories RV Resort and the fine folks that work here. Danny and Susan Hoehne