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Tra-Tel Tucson RV Park

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Address: /td> 2070 West Ft. Lowell Rd., Tucson, AZ, 85705
Phone Number: 1-800-444-7822
Website: Tra-Tel Tucson RV Park
Latitude   32.26485    
Longitude   -111.00971    
Campsite Information
A green check-mark signifies service is available
Site Quantity: 66 Pad Type: Gravel
Price: $20 to $30 Quality: Campground is OK / Fair Value
Electric 50 Amp Water Sewer
Big Rig Access Tents Allowed Pull-thrus Group Area
Handicap Access Waterfront Access Telephone Cable TV
A green check-mark signifies service is available
Store Laundry Pool Hot Tub
Pet Friendly 55+ Park Game Room Playground
Cabins Dump Station LP Gas Wi-Fi
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Tra-Tel Tucson RV Park Details

Tra-Tel Tucson RV Park offers great low prices, a friendly environment for people and pets, laundry and a recreational room, a pool, clean showers and Internet connections.

Tra-Tel Tucson RV Park has 66 spaces with full hookups. The park also has a recreational room, laundry facility, pool, showers, free WiFi, as well as posting of mail and phone messages. Small pets are welcome at Tra-Tel.

Tra-Tel Tucson RV Park's goal is to provide visitors a clean and friendly experience during your stay and work with RV clubs to offer you the best price.

  • 66 sites, 42 PullThru's, 20' wide, 50' long, 30 amps, WiFi
  • For reservations call 1-800-444-7822
  • Tra-Tel Tucson RV Park accepts VISA, MasterCard, and Discover credit cards.

Recreation near Tra-Tel Tucson RV Park

  • Kartchner Caverns is a stunning limestone cave in Southeastern Arizona and boasts many world-class features that have been protected since the cave was discovered in 1974. The cavern has been surveyed at 2.4 miles long. Kartchner is a wet, "live" cave. Water percolates from the surface and calcium carbonate features continue to grow in the darkness. When you enter into either of the two main galleries, you'll see dynamic structures such as stalactites dripping down like icicles and giant stalagmites reaching up from the ground, sometimes meeting to form a massive column. The caverns are host to a wide variety of unique minerals and formations.
  • Colossal Cave Mountain Park, which is on the National Register of Historic Places, had been used for centuries by prehistoric peoples when it was "discovered" in 1879. Since then it has been the object of interest and attention by people ranging from train robbers to a President of the University of Arizona. The first tours were taken through the unimproved Cave in 1923, tours which involved ropes and lanterns.
  • Kitt Peak National Observatory (KPNO), part of the National Optical Astronomy Observatory (NOAO), supports the most diverse collection of astronomical observatories on Earth for nighttime optical and infrared astronomy and daytime study of the Sun. Founded in 1958, KPNO operates three major nighttime telescopes, shares site responsibilities with the National Solar Observatory and hosts the facilities of consortia which operate 19 optical telescopes and two radio telescopes. Kitt Peak is located 56 miles southwest of Tucson, AZ, and has a Visitor Center open daily to the public.
  • The staff at Saguaro National Park invite you to “Experience Your America” in a way that only the Sonoran Desert can offer. This unique desert is home to the most recognizable cactus in the world, the majestic saguaro. Visitors of all ages are fascinated and enchanted by these desert giants, especially their many interesting and complex interrelationships with other desert life. Saguaro cacti provide their sweet fruits to hungry desert animals. They also provide homes to a variety of birds, such as the Harris’ hawk, Gila woodpecker and the tiny elf owl. Yet, the saguaro requires other desert plants for its very survival. During the first few years of a very long life, a young saguaro needs the shade and protection of a nurse plant such as the palo verde tree. With an average life span of 150 years, a mature saguaro may grow to a height of 50 feet and weigh over 10 tons.

    While most visitors to Saguaro National Park choose a leisurely drive on one of our scenic loop drives, those eager for an escape from the rigors of city life often opt to explore the park on one of our many trails. With over 150 miles of hiking trails, ranging from flat and easy strolls in the Sonoran Desert to steep and rugged hikes into the Rincon Mountains, visitors of every ability have a place to get out of the car and explore.

Directions to Tra-Tel Tucson RV Park

Tra-Tel Tucson RV Park is conveniently located close to the Interstate 10 highway.

  • Westbound on I-10 (see red line on map): Take Exit 254 (Prince Road) Turn left at light - go under the Interstate and turn left onto Frontage Road. Continue straight ahead on Frontage Rd. 1/2 mile to Fort Lowell Road. Turn right, Tra-Tel Tucson RV Parkis on right.
  • Eastbound on I-10 (see blue line on map)Take exit 254 (Prince Road) and continue on Frontage Road to the stop light. Cross Prince Road and stay on the right side of Frontage Road. Go half a mile and turn right on Ft. Lowell Rd. The RV park is 100 yards on the Tra-Tel Tucson RV Parkhand.

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