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T bone

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Posted: 12/23/18 05:54pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

I would like recommendations on RV resorts or good RV parks
around Mesa Arizona.Thinking about mid April or early May. Thanks,Terry.


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Any of the Cal-am resorts are nice. I like Valle Del Oro for its location and easy access to hwy 60. If you Google Cal-Am resorts it will list all of them.


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Canyon Vista (Cal-Am park) is tops inn our opinion and one we always stayed at during years past..Good Luck

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I live in Gilbert, AZ, next door to Mesa -- The Snowbirds are usually gone by mid April, so you should not have a problem finding a place in any of the many RV parks -- Come on down & enjoy the heat -- Bill Willard

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Is highway 277 from Holbrook to Mesa a good road?

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All those southern headings from Holbrook or Winslow are fine. There will be a section or two of steep downgrades, but otherwise pretty boring until you hit the national forests.


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Posted: 12/30/18 03:55pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

We have tentatively settled on SUN LIFE resort..Any comments are solicited and welcome.

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T bone wrote:

Is highway 277 from Holbrook to Mesa a good road?


Yeah, We have taken it numerous times in the last 8 years. you take 277 to Heber and then 260 to Payson. Then 87 (4 lane hwy.) to Mesa. There are some definite UPS & DOWNS, but we do OK hauling 33 foot Travel Trailer with gas 2500 Chev Silverado King Cab.


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Posted: 01/02/19 08:45am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

New plan..we ARE now planning on Mesa Regal.

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