We loved all the shops and rooms for nearly everything you'd want in the park. There are multiple pools, LOTS of pickle ball courts (pickle ball is big there), bocce ball courts, wood shop, quilt area, glass working, silver shop, library, mailboxes, restaurant, art rooms, fitness center, massage area, hair dresser and even a health clinic!
Full or Part-Timers can purchase park models (aka single-wide trailers) and most of the park consisted of the park units that can be purchased from $15-50 K. I'd say 65% of the park consists of park models. To see the units for sale - both new and used, click here.
|A row of Park Models|
|The Cove homes are above with yellow banner and the Bay are below.|
We also decided to have some fun since there were so many RV Sales centers in the area (Tucson being one of the largest RV shop areas in the country) since we didn't have much else to do on Saturday, so we went to La Mesa RV on Saturday afternoon just to bum around and checked out a Class A Tiffin Allegro Bus 45 OPP for kicks and giggles. Better photos are here. And, here's the brochure.
We learned that Tucson has 500,000 people in the city itself. I had no idea here were so many people there. I was hoping it was like 50,000 or so and that really surprised me. We thought maybe this could be a fun place to winter but really, despite the fact that the RV park was nice, I don't think I'd like being in the concrete jungle. I think we decided for next year to spend a couple months back here in El Centro and then maybe travel the rest of the winter. We're glad we checked it out, though and really enjoyed our quick, little trip.
My rating for the Voyager RV Park & Hotel would be a 4-star out of 5. Amenities plenty but RV living is lacking. Great Internet also.