Quail Ridge RV Resort
Located just a few miles north of the Mexican border, Quail Ridge RV Resort literally greets its guests with a “warm welcome” year-round. The temperatures in this open, high desert area are pleasant both winter and summer. Nature lovers will enjoy a panorama of varied plant and animal life, cactus and palavered common in the desert area, and fir, juniper, oak, and pine in the mountains of the region. Travelers interested in electronics and history will want to visit nearby Fort Huachuca, founded in 1877 to combat Native American and outlaw raids. Today, it’s the headquarters of the U.S. Army Signal Command and Intelligence Center. At the Old Post, visitors will see some of the original buildings constructed on the oldest, active surviving cavalry post in the nation. The history of the Southwest is depicted in the Fort Huachuca Museum, with emphasis on the Buffalo Soldier. A favorite nearby tourist attraction is the town of Bisbee, where mines have produced more that $2 billion in copper, gold, lead, silver, and zinc. Visitors will see an inactive $25 million open-pit copper mine that’s 1.24 miles long, nearly a mile wide, and 950 ft. deep.
Facilities / Amenities: This resort offers 2 dump stations, clubhouse, picnic area, video and DVD rental, limited TV, pool table, ping pong, Conestoga wagon rides, propane, and storage areas.
Peak: December 1 through March 31
Sites: 120 Full / Dry Dock Area
Maximum Electrical: 30 / 50 amp
Maximum RV Length: 45 ft.
Check in: 9 AM-5 PM Check out: 11 AM
For expanded driving directions click on directions link in resort callout.
Directions: From Tucson, take I-10 east to Exit 302 (Hwy. 90). Drive south 20 miles to Hwy. 82. Turn right (west) on Hwy. 82 about 1/4 mile to the resort entrance.