"We're spending the night at Pillsbury Wine Company at their rustic tasting room & vineyard location just south of Willcox, AZ, thanks to Harvest Host."
We've wanted to check out this SP. Lots of good hiking. And nearby is the site of the Battle of Picacho Pass, one of several Civil War engagements in the Arizona Territory.
Our first visit to Yuma. Unfortunately, we're here for just one night, so there's not much time for exploring.
SKP KOFA Ko-op Retreat - Escapee Co-op (members only), Yuma, AZ: Site #123 (152 RV sites total) - This site has: full hookups. RV Park Notes: flush toilets • showers • dump statio...
"We went looking for music in the desert, and we found it! Sideman Jamboree."
Settling in for a few days boondocking at Whitewater Draw Wildlife Area. Looking forward to watching the sandhill cranes and other birds that cross our path.
Top Photo: Day trip to Tombstone.
We’re back at SKP Saguaro Co-op (second visit within a month) for a few days to regroup, stock up on groceries, do laundry, and of course, visit with friends.
We love short drive days – Just 88 miles! Found ourselves back at Patagonia Lake State Park, a place we enjoyed last spring.
When we returned to Tucson, we decided to visit Biosphere 2, which is about 30 miles north of town. Biosphere 2 is now a research facility owned by the University of Arizona, and they offer tours daily. We found that the tour was quite interesting and we enjoyed it despite the large size of our tour...
Top Photo: View of Tucson Mountain Park from the trail. Lots of good hikes can be found here.
"After two weeks out of this park, we decided to return for another week. We just love the Tucson area!"
We Landed at Gilbert Ray Campground in Tucson Mountain Park just outside of Tucson, AZ, and right next to Saguaro National Park.
Wow, a 308-mile day – that’s big milage for us! But well worth it with a view like this from our campsite overlooking Ajo Mountain. Time to chill.
"From this small BLM campground, we could watch the blue herons feeding their fledglings in the nests on the cliffs across from our site. A very peaceful place."
This county/regional park is in an urban setting north of Phoenix. Convenient to city life, but with a country feel. Great hiking opportunities right from the park.
Top Photo: You just can't beat those Arizona sunsets.
"A great Harvest Hosts stop at Sonoita Vineyards. We had a very peaceful night perched up behind the winery with incredible views."
"Our stay at this top-rated state park was way too brief because we couldn’t get our site through the weekend. we hiked from the campground and kayaked from our site."
Top Photo: A pleasant sitting area at the RV park with a view into the old mine.
Rather unique RV park located on the edge of Queen Mine, and easy walking distance to town’s shops and restaurants. A lot of mining history found here.