Live the Wild West Life at Rincon County East RV Resort

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June 2, 2013

Get in touch with your inner cowpoke by staying at the Rincon County East RV Resort in Tucson, Arizona. The backdrop of towering Arizona cacti and rugged mountains is a constant reminder of the area’s Wild West heritage, a time of cattlemen and small towns that sprang up over night. Of course, guests at Rincon Country East don’t have to “rough it” like the settlers of old. The perfectly rated resort, a sister property to Rincon Country West, offers luxuries like a heated pool, exercise room, 30/50-amp power and other amenities that cowboys could only dream of.

One way to live out your Old West dreams is to join the staff and fellow guests during the Breakfasts in the Desert, held annually at nearby Saguaro National Park East. As you experience a morning like the cowboys, you can enjoy the views of the towering plants, which rise as high as 60 feet in some areas of the park.

Back at the 55+ resort, the options seem countless. In addition to scheduled activities, guests can enjoy the game room, spa, tennis courts, horseshoe pitch and shuffleboard court. You can chill out at your RV space’s patio and have a picnic on your own table or let Fido work off some extra energy in the enclosed dog run. Surf the Internet on the park’s Wi-Fi or simply savor the park’s relaxed ambience.

Attention to detail plays a big role in keeping guests happy. A personal escort will take you to your site, and the grounds are kept immaculate–a factor that helped the resort earn a 10/10*/10 rating in the Good Sam RV Travel Guide and Campground Directory.

And when you’re ready to go exploring, the local area doesn’t disappoint. During winter, guests can cruise over to nearby Mount Lemmon for a thrilling skiing adventure. Year round fun includes hiking the streets or back roads of Tucson, exploring the surrounding hills, riding hot-air balloons over the desert, bird watching the local avian population or simply relishing the view from the pool or putting green.

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