We stay here every year on our way to Mexico. The park is huge, but well managed. They have several pools and hot tubs, laundry, and bar/restaurant ( food is very average). It's a corporate place, so rules and regulations are always in your face; however, people and stuff are friendly. We will stay here next year.
Great place with immaculate facilities, good restaurant, lots of amenities. But not for travelers passing through. In the heat of August, you are placed in a huge blacktop area with,sign of grass, bushes or trees. The area had been blacktopped so much that our sewer connection had tilted and was below the level of the asphalt. Could not snugly fit the 3" hose, and could not fit a donut on the angle that the sewer was tilted. The restaurant staff were very friendly but we did not find that to be the case with the office staff. Maybe okay for seasonals, but not pleasant camping in a parking lot.
We were promised wi-fi and then found out it was only in select places in the park, or you could buy it through jabba. We called Jabba who could see our wifi-booster as well as our computers but couldn't figure out why it wouldn't connect so he didn't charge us (the equipment at the park was the issue). It has great amenities like a pool, hottub, restaurant, and cute little bar, but everyone is so close together in their sites that there is no privacy. It really is an overpriced parking lot in our opinion. Bar/restaurant staff are friendly, but front desk was no help to us with any of our questions/concerns.
Was not able to reserve a location with a single pet.
They have an entire pet section! Big park. Lots of amenities!
A bit southeast of the City of Tucson but good freeway access. This is a large park with lots of activities. Fairly close to Saguaro National Park East. Would stay here again especially if you wanted proximity to the National Park (which is great for hiking and biking plus lots of beautiful saguaros).