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vipermanden 12-16-2016 03:10 PM

RV Parks near Chandler/Mesa, Arizona
I'm striking out here. I'm looking for an RV park rated 7 or above with Pull thru sites, and I can't find any. This part of the USA, looks like trailer parks packed like sardines, when you look at Google Maps. Anyone ever stayed at an RV park with pull thrus, or decent back in spots for a 41' Monty and a 21 foot dually truck?

Half Fast Rusty 12-16-2016 05:07 PM

We go down and stay in Mesa every March for Spring Training. We've stayed at a couple of different parks but have stayed at the Mesa Spirit the last few years. Our Monte is only 37+ feet and I don't have a dually, but the spaces are large and I don't think you would have any trouble getting into one of them. They do have a few pull thru spaces, but most of them are back-in. We enjoy the area and have found the folks who winter there quite nice to those of us that come in for a shorter period of time. From what I gather, many of the what I call mega-parks have similar amenities. Keep looking, there are a lot of parks to choose from.

PapaBeav 12-17-2016 05:42 AM

Try " Canyoun Vista RV Resort " in Gold Canyon. They have short time parking in front. Back in's but plenty of room, have stayed there in the past.

Charli 12-27-2016 02:10 PM

We are at Gold Canyon RV and Golf Resort in Gold Canyon ( next door to Canyon Vista) and sites are big enough and roads wide enough that backing in not a big problem. Pull thru's not to common down here.

bigred715 08-04-2017 04:17 PM

We stayed at Orangewood Shadows in Mesa for 5 yrs, but you can't stay short term. Mesa Spirit is quite expensive for the bigger spaces, especially the few pull-thru's. Those are taken by the monster motor homes with their car hauling trailers. I'm talking about December thru March when these parks are usually pretty full. The length of your rig limits you to some parks. You are rack and stacked in most of these parks when they are in the Mesa area.

twindman 08-04-2017 08:17 PM

I stayed at Canyon Vista a year ago and the short term sites are pretty bare bones in my opinion. The write ups say there is cable tv, but that is only for longer term as you contract with the cable company to get it. Also seems like they were kind of out in the open and maybe gravel road for the short term places. However, the long term area is paved and friends love it there.

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