Picacho / Tucson Nw Koa

Picacho, Arizona

Book through our partner KOA Kampgrounds

Tall shade trees and gorgeous cactus landscaping welcome you to this inviting KOA with easy access from I-10. Roomy sites up to 140 feet accommodate even the biggest rigs. Wi-Fi is available in the main building. Enjoy the mild winter weather, with daytime temps in the 60s and 70s. Relax in the pool or explore the area. You'll find terrific hiking, sightseeing, birding and daily hummingbird shows. Visit Casa Grande Ruins National Monument and the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum or stop by the Rooster Cogburn Ostrich Ranch. The area offers plenty of shopping, dining, casinos and golf courses. At KOA, dig into a juicy steak at the Chuckwagon Steakhouse (December 1 - April 15). Please call for great monthly rates! Campground closed June through September. Pool: October 1 - June 1. Max pull thru: 140 feet. Your hosts: Frankie & Jerry Cross.


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