Today we left Canyon Vistas in Gold Canyon and are heading south to Fort Huachuca. When we purchased our first motorhome the thought of breaking camp and setting up in a new location scared me. What if we did something wrong? Could we break something? What if we forgot something? But in fact, it really isn’t that difficult or time-consuming. You just need to have a plan.
We spent five days at Canyon Vista 55+ RV Resort. We were placed at the very front of the property which is reserved for short-term guests and sales comps. However the view of Superstition Mountain is just over the wall. The entire property contains 600 spots and about half are Park Model homes. The vast majority of the people that we met make this an annual, seasonal destination. Nearly everyone spends … Continue reading →
We are often asked, What Does it Cost to RV? Today we help you with creating a RV budget by providing a rundown of our expenses for the month of February. … Continue reading →
As discussed in yesterday’s post, Canyon Vistas and Superstition Views are adjoining properties with amenities available to residents of both properties. On Mondays, everyone is invited for coffee and donuts in the ballroom. The activities director reviews the highlights for the coming week which included a ladies pickleball round robin, today, at noon. … Continue reading →
We arrived at Canyon Vistas +55 RV Resort, adjacent to Superstition Views, in Gold Canyon today. We decided to add this to our itinerary when we were offered one week free, just for visiting. This is actually two adjoining Cal-Am complexes. The first you encounter is Canyon Vistas, which offers just over 600 traditional RV sites and Park Model homes. Adjacent, and attached, is Superstition Views at Canyon Vistas. But what … Continue reading →
We broke away from watching some spectacular pickleball this morning to take a swing, pardon the pun, on the golf course at Pueblo El Mirage. This is an 18-hole championship layout designed by Fuzzy Zoeller. I played one other of Fuzzy’s courses, and enjoyed it very much. So I was looking forward to another day of desert golf. But, like Palm Creek, the course was green from over-seeding. Isn’t anyone in … Continue reading →