TUCSON / LAZYDAYS KOA

Campground Information - Campsite Photos

– We have stayed at the Tucson Lazydays KOA three times to and from Florida (on two different cross country RV Trips).  It is a great place to stay with many choices in RV sites.  Some have patios with fireplaces, some have two story patios, some are shaded and some are just pull-through nothing-too-special sites, but a good place to park it.  There are two pools, an onsite BBQ restaurant with a full bar and live music. Check out the map and information below.

The Tucson / Lazydays KOA is not too far off the freeway which makes it convenient.  We have stayed here three times.   The first time we were in one of the front sites, pull-through with full hookups, a no frills site.  On gravel, no shade, with a table and chairs.  The second time we stayed in site 1513 that had a patio with fireplace.  Photos below.  The third time we chose a covered site, I believe it was site 1462.  We ate at the BBQ Rush restaurant which was good and listened to live music.  We enjoyed the pool as well.  This KOA is very large and full of amenities.

Check out the campsite photos and information below. If you’ve camped here and would like to share some photos and your rating of this park, please send to – TheCampsiteCompany@gmail.com

Tucson KOA
Tucson RV Spot KOA

​CAMPSITE PHOTOS




CAMPGROUND INFORMATION AND MAP

Click on map to view larger PDF map or Click Here to visit the KOA website

Tucson KOA Campground Map

Inside the KOA, right next to registration, is a BBQ Rush, a BBQ restaurant with a full bar and live music.  Can’t beat that!  We had a tasty bbq chicken pizza and a couple of drinks.

BBQ Rush Pizza
BBQ Rush at the KOA in Tucson

HOW DO I MAKE RESERVATIONS?

Make Reservations via the Tucson Lazydays website

 

MORE INFORMATION:

City of Tucson Event Calendar

Tucson KOA Pool





THINGS TO DO IN TUCSON

Here are some links that list fun things to do and see in Tuscon

VisitTucson.org

Trip Advisor – Top things to do in Tucson

This is Tucson – Discover what to love about Tucson

Through My Lens

photo to the right –

SAN XAVIER DEL BAC MISSION –

A National Historic Landmark, San Xavier Mission was founded as a Catholic mission by Father Eusebio Kino in 1692. Construction of the current church began in 1783 and was completed in 1797.

The oldest intact European structure in Arizona, the church’s interior is filled with marvelous original statuary and mural paintings. It is a place where visitors can truly step back in time and enter an authentic 18th Century space.  Read More on the Mission’s website.

tucson san xivier de bac mission

photo by Dan Culter – Unsplash

FOOD –

Here are the Tucson restaurants that have been on Diner’s, Drive-in’s and Dives –

Inca’s Peruvian Cuisine – click

Cafe Tumerico – click

Zemam’s – click

Renee’s Organic Oven – click

IN-N-OUT BURGER

We love In-N-Out and always eat there when headed on a new RV adventure.  There is one right off the freeway before you get to the KOA.