Lazy Days Tucson KOA
Lazy Days Tucson KOA

Lazy Days Tucson KOA

Lazy Days Tucson KOA
Lazy Days Tucson KOA

Lazy Days Tucson KOA

Lazy Days Tucson KOA
Lazy Days Tucson KOA

Lazy Days Tucson KOA

Lazy Days Tucson KOA
Lazy Days Tucson KOA

Lazy Days Tucson KOA

Lazy Days Tucson KOA
Lazy Days Tucson KOA

Lazy Days Tucson KOA

STARS: 4.5 out of 5

LAZY DAYS KOA, TUCSON, AZ: GPS 32.158864 -110.923433

We aren't "KOA people" and try to avoid RV parks except as one or two night stop over spots. However, we were getting some warranty work done on our rig at the Lazy Days RV Dealer right next door (literally 200 yards away), and for part of the time we needed to stay somewhere close. 

Turns out, for having to be at a KOA, this one was quite nice -- our favorite of the KOAs we've been to. 

It had nice trees scattered around. Now that also means that they weren't always placed in spots that were great for the site (i.e, for a rig our size, we had to work hard not to hit one of the trees at one of the sites). We stayed in a bunch of different sites there, because we had to keep extending our stay and wound up at that KOA on two different occasions. Only one of the sites was a bit too tight... the others were all more doable. 

The driveways were long, but the sites were somewhat narrow, and having slides on both sides can be problematic. Make sure that where you stop your rig allows for space on the sides where your slides are. The electrical posts aren't in the best spots in regards to where most slides come out to. We made it work, but definitely had to consider the slides in positioning ourselves.

The staff was very accommodating, although they do have their hands tied in terms of flexibility as to how long you could stay in your spot and what spots you could stay in at all. It seems they have some spots for overnighters and others for longer stays, so that it may not look like they are full, but they really aren't able to accommodate you for another night. It seems pretty common that people had to relocated within the park in order to stay extra days. Pretty inconvenient.

A HUGE plus for us was the dog park. It was a nice size, clean, and actively used so there were always dogs around for our dog to play with. It was probably a half acre big. Nice sized and nice to have there at the park.

Location-wise it was great at is was just 1/4 mile off the 10. And nice and close to all sorts of activities.

Definitely get pizza at Rocco's Chicago Pizza place about 6 miles away. It was perhaps the best pizza I've ever had.

Their wifi actually worked! A lot of RV parks we've been to claim to have high speed internet but it's only when you are standing right next to the router. This one seemed to have good wifi throughout the park.

Our ATT and Verizon were both strong.

Their cable hook up gave us plenty of channels.