Gilbert Ray Campground is one of the best choices for those who want to rest and relax while remaining close to some of the top attractions in Tucson. A self-pay box at the front lets you drop your money in before setting up, and you can then stay for a total of seven full days. Visitors love hiking in the nearby desert and checking out some of the historic sites near the campground.
A lot of RV parks in the Tucson, Arizona, area often feature loads of amenities, and while this park is a fairly no-frills facility, it does provide you with the opportunity to get back to nature. Saguaro National Park is just 5 miles away from the campground, and you can leave your RV behind while checking out the park without worrying about anything happening to it. The campground has water spigots available for those who want to clean up as well as clean restrooms.
“Nice clean, level spots. Clean bathrooms. And it is located within an easy drive to a lot of interesting locations.” – George, Google Review