We recently stayed at Prince for a two month period and I am compelled to write this testimonial after reading a few statements from others we felt were unfair and negative to the park. While there we made it a point to get involved and socialize with everyone.
This was my first experience at this campground. My companion has visited this park every year on a long term basis for the last nineteen and she recommended another visit.
Again, I have to say after reading a few testimonials from others I now know they are not representative of this R.V. Park. As of this writing we are near the end of our two month stay and I also realize many comments from others are grossly inaccurate and unfair to this park and it's management!!
We also noticed a faint smell of the air from the Tucson sewage system but only with a little wind and quickly forgotten. The city has an ongoing massive construction project to correct this dilemma and should be finished in a couple of years. The railroad noise was not a bother but "music" to our ears and put us to sleep as well as the freeway traffic. These dilemmas' are not the fault of Prince RV Park.
We recognized the proximately of the park to the freeway and railroad as we drove in and before we registered.
I MUST HIGHLY RECOMMEND PRINCE OF TUCSON RV PARK now that I (we) have the experience of it all. First, the park owner and his staff are very courteous and friendly!! The owner is present almost daily working to improve the park, grounds and it's services. Activities are provided such as BBQ's & other meals for a very nominal fee, coffee/donuts, dancing events as well as many other social activities and games. Their heated swimming pool jacuzzi are big hits for the tenants.
Most of the parks tenants appear to be long term and all are exceptionally friendly!! We have many new friends here! Mention must also be made about the close easy and handy access on and off I-10!!
Kudos to the owner and management of this RV Park!
I wanted to tell you about a great RV Park in Tucson, AZ. It's called the "Price of Tucson" RV park............great people for sure. A real bargain. I enjoyed meeting "Mark and Dave Christman".....who are great people.....and so helpful. A must place to stay in Tucson! Jeff.
If you like train whistles every 20 minutes then this is the place for you.They say they are wifi friendly if you want to pay for the service.Its not free like most other campgrounds
showers are very small and cramped but clean, I stayed in the overflow sites outside the park fence, evening time you could smell the sewer system
The title says it all. They park you in so tight we couldn't even get to our truck without walking around b/c of the slide outs. I'm not joking. You open your door to look right into the trailor next to you - unless you live here. I would only recommend it if you have no other option. The wi-fi costs after 4 hours - who does that? Says the best location - smells like sewer here and there really is nothing nearby but a propane refill place is only a few miles down the way. Nowhere to even take a walk at night. Bad neighborhood.
Nice management but awful location. Near sewage plant. My eyes are still watering. Busy railroad with trains at least hourly blowing horns day and night. Road construction to top it off with that noise beginning at 6:00AM. And if you are lucky, you'll get the Camp Nazi who actually complained he didn't like the way I parked. I parked near my service pedestal whereas he thought I should have be dressed to my picnic slab with the grease covered table. Give me a break.
I really hated to leave.....(if you can believe that)..yes, it is by the railroad tracks, and I believe there is a waste water treatment plant close by, BUT it is not a constant oder like the other review stated...LOL...another down fall, no Wi-Fi, if you want it, you have to pay separate to a company called Tengo Internet, which beware....everytime we decided to stay longer, and I had to extend my internet time, I was double billed....never failed! The also do not offer cable, however I heard that will be changing in the future. They have a pool and jacuzzi, very clean a club house with TV, game room with pool table, and showers in 2 different locations, also shuffle board. Lots of activities for all. The residents are also very friendly. My husban and I and my son with our dog stayed here in a 36ft. travel trailer for 3 months. Its a lovely place. The positive definitely outweighs the negative...
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