Desert Trails RV Park
Tucson, AZ RV Camping At Its Finest!
No Tent Camping Allowed
All Travel Nurses are Welcome
For reservations more than 30 days please call the office to book a site
Open Year Round
225 Full Hook-up Sites
You'll Love It Here!
Our natural, unspoiled desert setting is the main draw to Desert Trails RV Park in Tucson, Arizona.
We are an adult 40+ RV park and attract an energetic customer base. This is reflected in our hiking, biking, dances, aerobics, and other outdoor activities, mostly organized by our community guests in the winter, creating a campground atmosphere.
We have improved and renovated the building and repainted to give it a more vibrant look.
The Park is under new ownership and is still a work in progress. Every “off-season” we upgrade infrastructure as well as improve existing buildings and create new spaces for expanding activities.
In addition to the amazing artists who perform concerts 2-3 times per month in the winter, our enthusiastic audiences also like the conventional “shows” like Friday jam sessions with guests who love to play music.
All evenings or day events are well attended and generate a welcoming atmosphere that encourages top names to return to perform at Desert Trails.
On nights without live music, we fill up the rest of the schedule with lectures, bingo, karaoke, poker, and games.
The park offers Thanksgiving and Christmas dinners organized by our park community and it creates an enormous sense of volunteerism.
We are busy and occupied the entire winter and we welcome you all to try our friendly community in the park for your next winter destination.
Enjoy Nature in the Warmth of Tucson
No Trains, Planes, or Freeways … Just Quiet
After noticing the absence of trains and planes, guests love our peaceful campground in sunny Tucson and compliment us on our natural landscape. Sunset views can be experienced from all over the park. Some of this is prominent in the “desert oasis” in the center of the RV Park.
Here the thick fauna and trees attract 50 varieties of birds seen in our Park. Javelina and coyotes also wander through at times but are far outnumbered by the rabbits, roadrunners, and doves.
Read What Our Recent Guests Are Saying:
Easy Access to Saguaro National Park
Peaceful Arizona RVing in Tucson
Direct access to Saguaro National Park benefits our guests who like to hike or bike. Our Staff has extensive information on the area as well as copies of the miles of Hiking Trails directly behind us. We’re not far from Shopping & Town and have more “hidden” tour information after you’ve visited the main attractions nearby.
Full Service Sites
Miles from Saguaro National Park
Days of Paradise
Good Sam Top Rating
Rated one of the top parks in the country! 9/9/9
Camping in the sunny Sonoran Desert with the heart of a small town and the amenities of a resort.
30/50-amp RV Sites
We are ready to accommodate your RV of any size with our 200+ sites.
Sonoran Desert Setting
Enjoy your morning coffee with the best views a campground can offer.
Home Away From Home
You’ll feel right at home with our many amenities including a heated pool, laundry facilities, library, and weight room.
LIVE music, Irish dancers, musicals, bingo, and cookouts are just a few of the many scheduled events we offer.
What is there to do?
Tucson, AZ Attractions:
Biking and Hiking
We are blessed with 62 miles of beautiful hiking and biking trails that start right near the edge of Desert Trails RV Park property.
Try something new, or enjoy an old favorite at a nearby restaurant. Ask for a recommendation and we’ll help you find the tastes you’re looking for.
In the Sonoran Desert you’ll find spectacular cacti – including the giant saguaro, a symbol of the American Southwest. The mountain ranges in all directions offer scenic drives throughout the Tucson area.
Pima Air and Space Museum
Visit one of the world’s largest non-government funded aerospace museums, the Pima Air & Space Museum, in Tucson.
Saguaro National Park
Spend the day exploring or enjoy the colorful sunsets at both the east and west sections of the Saguaro National Park.
Travel back in time at Old West in Tucson, a western town originally built as a film set in 1939