Tucson has some of the most breathtaking scenery in the Southwest. If you’re looking to experience the outdoors, spend a weekend at one of these three local campsites.
Tucson / Lazydays KOA Resort
Find an oasis in the desert at the Lazydays KOA resort. It offers pull-through RV spaces, two pools, a nine-hole putting green, three off-leash dog parks, a hot tub, and free Wi-Fi® service. No RV? No problem — just rent one of their well-appointed cabins.
Even during the hottest days of summer, it stays cool at the Rose Canyon Campground thanks to the 7-acre lake. At this campsite, you’ll enjoy lakefront views and a forest full of towering Ponderosa pines and Gambel oaks. If you want to get closer to nature, there are opportunities for rainbow trout fishing and hiking in the forest. It’s one of the best places to go camping near Tucson.
Catalina State Park
Escape from the hustle and bustle of city life with a trip to Catalina State Park. Here, you’ll find paved roads and parking slips, along with modern amenities like flush toilets, hot showers, an RV dump station, electricity, and water. Plus, each site has a picnic table and a barbecue grill. Catalina State Park also offers numerous tent camping sites.
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