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(Photo courtesy of Voyager RV Resort)
(Photo courtesy of Voyager RV Resort)

Voyager RV Park and Hotel – Tucson, Ariz.

Top-notch RV resort in southern Arizona
  • Editor Rating

  • Rated 4.5 stars
$26 to $46
  • 90%


Summary:

Visiting Voyager RV Resort and Hotel is like taking a step into the paradise of RV parks. From the moment we arrived, we knew this was a top-notch place.

We were greeted with warm smiles, escorted to our spot and given information about the nearly 300 activities that would be ongoing during our two-week stay. Whether you enjoy woodworking, sewing, swimming, pickle ball, ballroom dancing, yoga or jewelry making, there is a time and place for you to do these activities with others.

The palm trees at each site and tiki huts at the pool area were the finishing touches for us and we knew we were going to love it here. Voyager has everything you need on site so when you come to visit you can park your rig, kick up your feet and thoroughly enjoy your stay.

Jen - Voyager RV Resort 2

(Photo courtesy of Voyager RV Resort)
(Photo courtesy of Voyager RV Resort)
(Photo courtesy of Voyager RV Resort)
(Photo courtesy of Voyager RV Resort)

Pros

  • Extremely well-kept grounds filled with tropical cacti and palm trees
  • State-of-the-art pickle ball courts
  • 24-hour indoor fitness room with weights and cardio equipment
  • Onsite restaurant serving delicious food with optional outdoor dining seating
  • Small general store for last minute needs
  • Full service post office on site allows you to ship and receive packages and general mail
  • Multiple indoor/outdoor pools with two hot tubs. This allows for family time and kid-free lounging.
  • Bike racks located throughout the park make it easy to get around and have a place to safely park your bicycle
  • Golf carts are allowed
  • Onsite golf course with small restaurant that is open for light meals
  • Personal escort will lead you to your site and help you back in, if needed
  • Designated activity specialist will help you find the perfect events to enjoy your stay
  • Large “take one, leave one” library
  • 10 minutes from full service grocery stores, gas stations and most big box stores
  • Close to Saguaro National Park
  • Very little vehicle traffic throughout the park which allows for stress-free walking and biking
  • All sites are full hook up with 50-amp service
  • Free Wi-Fi hotspots located through the park with onsite tech support in computer center
  • Clean, efficient laundry facilities on site
  • Onsite health clinic that accepts most major insurance carriers
  • Park models and hotel provide additional overnight options for guests
  • Daily, weekly, monthly and annual rates available to meet your needs

Cons

  • Sites are very close to each other and a bit difficult to get into if you don’t get a pull-through site
  • Trash and recycling are located about a mile from most RV sites
  • Two-week stay limit for guests under 18

About Jen Holt

Jen Holt and her husband Drew are parents to two young kids and travel the country in their fifth wheel nicknamed Big Moosey. The Holts have a passion for the outdoors and love visiting National Parks. You can follow more about the Holts adventures at www.free2breathe.com

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