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Campground Recommendation: SW U.S.

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Hello all. This is our first post and hope someone might have some thoughts or recommendations for us.

We're located in Western Canada and recently purchased a beautiful, 2000 43' foot Holiday Rambler motorhome. Until such time as we officially retire and spend our winters in the southwestern US, we are considering the option of driving the coach down south (somewhere to be determined), leaving it there and then flying down a few times during the winter for a few weeks at a time. Our thought is we either find a nice campground (not super expensive) and either leave it in a site and pay the rates for the whole winter, or move it to and from a storage facility for the times we come down.

Any information or advice FMCA members might have would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks
Kevin and Cindy Brookwell, Calgary AB

 

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Kevin, 

Welcome to the Forum. If you will send me a PM (personal message) and I will give you the email address of a friend of mine. He owns a RV Storage Facility. He may have just what you are looking for. His Facility is located about 40 miles North of the Dallas Ft. Worth airport. 

Herman 

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If you are interested in the Phoenix Arizona area, the Pioneer RV park just north of Phoenix on I 17 is nice and they have a large storage area. Well located for sightseeing and shopping as well as golf and hiking. 

Roland

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3 hours ago, Kevinbrookwell said:

Hello all. This is our first post and hope someone might have some thoughts or recommendations for us.

We're located in Western Canada and recently purchased a beautiful, 2000 43' foot Holiday Rambler motorhome. Until such time as we officially retire and spend our winters in the southwestern US, we are considering the option of driving the coach down south (somewhere to be determined), leaving it there and then flying down a few times during the winter for a few weeks at a time. Our thought is we either find a nice campground (not super expensive) and either leave it in a site and pay the rates for the whole winter, or move it to and from a storage facility for the times we come down.

Any information or advice FMCA members might have would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks
Kevin and Cindy Brookwell, Calgary AB

 

You might try a Happy Days RV Park in Apache Junction, Arizona. If they have a space available, you can pay the annual fee and leave it there all year.  It is a small park (180 spaces) compared to others in the area - some have 2000 or more sites.  We spent the winter of 2014 there.  Nice view of Superstition Mountains.

http://happydaysrvpark.com/

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On 8/20/2017 at 0:25 PM, Kevinbrookwell said:

Hello all. This is our first post and hope someone might have some thoughts or recommendations for us.

We're located in Western Canada and recently purchased a beautiful, 2000 43' foot Holiday Rambler motorhome. Until such time as we officially retire and spend our winters in the southwestern US, we are considering the option of driving the coach down south (somewhere to be determined), leaving it there and then flying down a few times during the winter for a few weeks at a time. Our thought is we either find a nice campground (not super expensive) and either leave it in a site and pay the rates for the whole winter, or move it to and from a storage facility for the times we come down.

Any information or advice FMCA members might have would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks
Kevin and Cindy Brookwell, Calgary AB

 

We winter in Pahrump, NV. Nevada Treasure RV Park is very nice and they do have a storage area on site. Only an hour west of Vegas. Maybe we'll see you there. Safe journey.

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We wintered in Nevada Treasures this year and it is a beautiful place an unbelievable find in the desert with everything we saw on the web site but better in person. Marks Grill has excellent food on site, no driving to eat. Bowling alley indoor and out door hot tub with a upper and lower swimming pool. The larger pool is heated and the staff can't do enough for you with garbage pickup and they will fill your propane on site.

close to Death Valley and other places to go. 

www.nevadatreasures.com

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djwest21, welcome to the form. Well that is 2 votes for Nevada Treasures. You ought to send a PM to Punxsyjumper and see if they are still there.

Bill

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Bill, or alive..the last post we got from them is under, Pictures/Photo contest, a year ago! 

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