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Old 04-18-2013, 03:47 PM   #1
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It would be GREAT to put together an Arizona Fiberglass RV Meetup. How bout up in Prescott this summer?
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Old 04-19-2013, 09:14 AM   #2
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I would be for it very much. I now am hanging out in Prescott, and would like to learn of some nice plkaces to hang out with the trailer.
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I would also be interested in something during the summer in this neck of the woods. Thankfully, I had A/C installed last year, so a campground with electric would be required if we get to gether in the summer.
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Old 04-19-2013, 11:55 AM   #4
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Arizona Meetup Idea

I'm new to this site & learning how to get around in it.

The Prescott area is gorgeous. The campgrounds are small and usually booked way in advance. We are at 5,200ft and the weather is most always fabulous.

Also, Payson is gorgeous. Right now it's pretty cold. Once we get to June, it will be perfect.

I'll keep checking here for AZ meetups. There was one in Quartzsite, before I joined, last year. The elevation is low and it is very hot there so wintertime is best. Don't care for it down there.

Tucson in the winter is beautiful. The botanic gardens there are something to see. Bisbee in the winter is really fun !

I prefer the AZ mountains.

Grand Canyon (North Rim), is fabulous too !!! Campgrounds book up really fast. We have a trip booked for the end of June.
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Old 04-19-2013, 01:24 PM   #5
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We'll try (schedules permitting) to meet up with everyone where ever & when ever. We tend to never stay at camp grounds, but will make the sacrifice . The White Mountains are always cool to cold in the summer, but is very rustic around Hannigan Meadows.
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I dont know if anyone has ever put a rally together for AZ in the summer. Of course, the heat is a downside. Any gathering would need to have electric sites for A/C running. We have gone for several years to the Quartzsite rally and its really fun. Dont need to worry about A/C in Jan & Feb. If someone wants to do the research to find a park I would support that. Prescott, Flagstaff, Payson are wonderful areas.
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Old 04-24-2013, 02:33 PM   #7
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Hi there,

I'm having a bit of trouble navigating around in the site and understanding threads.

Prescott, AZ is beautiful. We live here & camped at Linx Lake last weekend with a group of campers. It's a pretty small campground & it is "booked in advance" pretty far out. I reserved (1) site for the end of May and mid September. There will be other trips, end of June to Kaibab (N. Rim), Payson, Lake Mead and Lake Pleasant.

I am very new to camping in campgrounds (used to boondocking), and pre-reserving let alone try to organize a fiberglass meet-up. But .............. I'm totally open to trying.......... maybe with some other brains to help too. That's why I put it out there.

Let's keep in touch. And THANKS !!!
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Would higher elevations in AZ during the summer be cooler? I live in S. UT and when I go from St. Geo to Zion, it is cooler. Or if I go from St. Geo to Cedar City it is cooler. Would the same hold true for AZ?

If it is in a warmer place, then maybe a river or lake could be nearby for activities. Those of you familiar with AZ might want to guide the rest of us.
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