It is a small and old RV park directly opposite the train station. Some sites are occupied by permanent guests. The soil consists of sand and gravel. No Sewer, but dump station. No cable TV. There are old wooden picnic tables. Excellent Wi-Fi. The owner is very friendly. You can hear the street traffic. There is a Passport America discount only from May to December.
It's a big park. It is a well-kept park. The price is $30 minus 10% KOA discount, plus tax (ie almost U.S. $30) and that is appropriate for this park with 2 pools and 2 hot tubs, large parking areas, clean showers, laundry facilities, complimentary ice cubes, and very good WiFi. There are many CG in Tucson that offer less but cost more. We love to come back.
This is a very nice campground, not far off the interstate and easy to access. Quiet, no trains. It is such a nice place to stay. Gravel sites but level and nice. Picnic tables at every site. The service was 30 and 50 amps, water & sewer, but electric is extra. You pay $15.00 per night plus 12 cents for electric per kilowatt. The best part about this campground is the owner. She is very nice and loves to visit and make your stay a nice one. We will return to this campground if we are in the area again - definitely.
The positive thing about this campground is the location: 2 minutes you are in the center of town. The CG is right on a street with lots of traffic, and you can hear the cars drive at night. The campground is well maintained. There are cigarette butts and dog poop around. Around the Office is metal scrap. The owner repaired cars. The WiFi, supposedly best in town, is quite slow. The rate of $ 30 is based on Goodsam. There are 50 AMPS. We would not come stay again.