Voyager Resort & RV Park (55+ park) 5/10 – Tucson, Arizona

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There are many benefits to large RV parks. Voyager is no exception. They have just about any amenity one might want. There are clubs, workshops, sports, shows and lots going on. There are also so many people that it’s like being in a small town. We had stayed previously at the same RV Resort. In those previous visits we really enjoyed being at the park. This time it was different. We ended up in the pull-thru section. Our site was level but our neighbor had his wheels up off the ground trying to level. The RV sites are so narrow in this section of the park that there is no patio. There is a small section of concrete next to your site that’s no wider than a sidewalk. That’s your patio! In other words, we had none. We were reprimanded the first night for putting out our awning because it encroached on a empty neighboring site. The awning might obstruct an incoming RV. That same night we lost electricity twice and the next day the water pressure was almost non-existent. We had registered for seven nights but ended up staying four. We would have to think twice before we return in the future. The site fee is $ 45 a night and even though lots of activities are at this park, the RV site itself is poor. Having a patio and being able to sit outside is important.
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