Tucson / Lazydays Koa

Tucson, Arizona

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Take in mountain views from your site and enjoy the fresh fruit you can pick right outside your door! Many unique campsites await you, including new Premium Tent Sites, Patio RV Sites with a fireplace, RV Sites with a private off-leash area and Deluxe Cabins that sleep up to eight people. Play a round on the 9-hole chip & putt or feed the fish at the pond. Weekly activities, a fitness center, a game room and three off-leash dog parks will keep you going all day long. When you're ready to slow down, relax in the poolside cabana or soak in one of the hot tubs. Don't want to cook? Eat at the BBQ Rush Bar and Grill. Enjoy the complimentary Wi-Fi and shopping at the camp store. Camping in Arizona is a breeze at the Tucson/Lazydays KOA. Pools: Open all year. Max pull thru: 65 feet.

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