Cochise Terrace RV Resort AZ came as another surprise to us :). We once again, found this beautiful campground on Campendium. Pulling into this park, we were a bit shocked by the cleanliness and how organized the park was. The friendly office staff was happy to answer any questions we had. Our original intention was only to stay 1 night and we found ourselves staying 3 additional nights.
The perfect spot, #288. The site backed on to a raised high privacy bush from the campers above us. Our lot was huge with a shade tree and picnic table. Our site was gravel. The park had pull through paved sites across the road from us. Normally reserved for folks just passing through for 1 night.
We were provided with Electricity, water and sewer for $36.00 a night which included the taxes. This was the cost with our Good Sam Card.
We had the great fortune, to be parked beside the nicest, friendliest people you could ever want to meet, Tim and Terri. They welcomed us with open arms. You would think we were long lost buddies. Tim and Terri made us feel right at home.
We had the pleasure of sitting around a fire with them a few nights and enjoying some interesting chats while sharing thoughts on full time RVing. We both took away some new ideas to try out. :)) Thank you Tim and Terri, we look forward to meeting up with you again in the near future.
This was a well maintained RV Park with full time residents and seasonal visitors. Guests who only wanted to stay a night or a week were just as welcomed as everyone else.
The park had a great deal to offer; free internet connection, cable tv, a pool table, books, laundry mat, hot tub, swimming pool, putting green, propane, weekly hiking groups, flea market in the Red Barn, nightly dinners in the Red Barn for a nominal fee. A local hiking trail great for a leisurely stroll that wrapped around the outside of the park.
Near by Tombstone, AZ
Tombstone AZ, which is an awesome place to go visit if you are interested in the wild west and all those colourful people you read about as a kid. The town is only 40 mins away by car.
They have live reenactments daily of historic gun fights. There are Historic restaurants and bars where you may enjoy a delicious meal. Museums and historical tours are available for your viewing pleasure.
What trip can be complete without some shopping involved :)? You can find anything from Western wear to jewelry, to Indian (Native) pottery and artwork.
We stopped a a bite to eat at Cafe Margarita. Laid back and great food!
Legs tired? A horse drawn stage coach is the way to go. Your driver will spell bind you with a historical narration of Tombstone as he drives you around the streets of Tombstone.
Oh, by the way, the folks in Tombstone are mighty friendly folks too. 🙂 This is a visit that deserves a few hours to really enjoy.