Arizona is a great place to spend the winter. There are many nice RV parks in the state. Whether you are spending the winter, or just a few nights, let us help you find the right place to stay.
At the base of the Superstition Mountains is a place called Apache Junction. Having lived there myself, and having installed awnings in all of the local RV Resorts, I know this is a good place to start.
Roadhaven RV Resort, on Idaho Road, is one of the few valley parks where retirees can own their own lots. Renting is an option also. This is one of the nicer RV Parks in Arizona and features a 9 hole golf course. The resort has over a thousand lots and about ten percent of the residence are year round.
Across the road from Roadhaven sits Rock Shadows RV Resort, one of the oldest RV Parks in Apache Junction. The activities here are very similar to many of the parks in Apache Junction. Plan your days around the wood shop, hiking, bingo, water aerobics, stained glass classes, swimming, billiards, shuffleboard, reading in the library, arts, crafts, baseball and yoga. There is more, much more, but you get the idea.
Golden Vista RV Resort is one of the nicer parks you should visit before deciding where to move. They are another park that offers "deeded lots" for your new Park Model. Two of the nicest features of this park are the large, active, shuffleboard courts and the pool area. There are two pools and a large Jacuzzi for you to enjoy year round. The large patio area is perfect for the weekly Wednesday Barbeque.
Another one of the older parks in A.J. is Lost Dutchman RV Resort. It's located in the heart of town and was opened in 1978. Here you can walk to restaurants, shops, the Post Office and the city Library. If you like people you will like this place. Getting involved is easy at the Tuesday Luncheons or the Saturday Breakfasts. But don't stop there, enjoy all of the potlucks, pizza parties and state dinners. And be sure to bring along a few unwanted items for the 2 All-Park Patio Sales.
Located near the base of the Superstition Mountains is Weaver's Needle. This is an older RV Park, but expertly maintained and operated. The views are outstanding and the neighbors are some of the best around. They try very hard to make sure you are never bored offering things like shows, concerts, jam sessions, tours, trips, golf, dinners and dances. These activities keep the two recreation halls and the heated swimming pool area busy most of the time. They also have a computer room with broadband internet, a fitness room, horseshoe pits and a dog run.
From any of these nice, accommodating, RV Resorts in Apache Junction, Arizona you will find many fun activities, outings and day trips to get involved in. The drive up the Apache Trail is a must for all newcomers to the area. It takes you by three lakes and lots of beautiful landscape. Whether you want to hike, fish, picnic or shop, it's all close by.
Wherever you decide to winter in Arizona you can contact us for all of your shade needs.