Originally Posted by creativepart
Except for 10% humidity and cooler at night. Plus mountain views everywhere and fewer cars driven by retires doing 50 mph in a 65 mph zone.
ThomB, About the RV park you chose: Voyager RV Resort. We've not stayed there but hear it is full of Park Models, like 2/3rds Park Models. Also, we were told it's just a big parking lot. No trees, etc. I checked out the SAT image of the park it Looks like that is so.
You may be happy with it. Just making sure you know what you're getting.
Yep, we're Thousand Trails members and this is probably one of their nicer parks. We've stayed at a couple out there before but not this one. It's an active park and will give us the access North, East and West that we're looking for while out there. There is a sister park in the Phoenix area (Mesa Spirit) that we did stay in and you're correct they are a bit close but not as close as some parks we've been to. We don't normally set our sights high on the park itself but rather the things to do around it.
This park sold me over a return to Mesa Spirit as that they have a restaurant and bar on site for those nights I want a beer. I don't normally travel with it because of the amount of space and my lack of drinking much anymore.
We're in Orlando now and you're correct on the gray-hairs (q-tips, snowbirds, etc) trying to kill me when I drive to my house in St. Pete. I know the speed limit through Tampa is only 50 but when people are going around you at 75 you're a hazard!!!! (This person decided that they should be in my lane as I approached with my 1 second leeway that I try to leave when driving down here because if you leave any more than that you might as well not be on the road.) I welcome the lower humidity too. I hate the humidity! Why I moved to FL, I don't know.