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For those looking to relax and enjoy a leisurely day, Picacho Peak RV Resort offers a swimming pool, jacuzzi, library room, clubhouse and much more. You can relax in the beautiful sunny weather year round. Check out our photo gallery and videos to see for yourself!


If you are sports minded, Picacho Peak RV Park has pickle ball, billiards, horseshoes, shuffleboard, darts and an exercise room to suit your needs. You can be as active as you wish. We also have social activities planned daily. Check out the calendar for our schedule of events.

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The beautiful setting is a perfect backdrop for dramatic sunrises and beautiful sunsets. There are hiking trails right outside the resort and plenty of views, from flora, fauna and wildlife to sun and sky shows daily. The local area includes national parks, Pima Air & Space Museum, Sabino Canyon, Casa Grande Ruins and more.


Picacho Peak was often used as a landmark by early explorers as early as the 17th century. The most significant Civil War battle in Arizona took place near Picacho Peak on April 15, 1862. Visitors enjoy viewing exciting mock battles that took place in Arizona and New Mexico during the Civil War. Also on display at the March reenactment are recreated military camps and living history demonstrations.

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Enjoy tempered Arizona winter nights, the beautiful desert colors in the spring or just enjoy a weekend around the pool. Picacho Peak RV Resort, an “Age 55 plus Active Community,” is situated at the base of the prominent Picacho Peak landmark. Picacho Peak rises majestically 3,374 feet above the Sonoran Desert floor about 35 miles northwest of Tucson just off Interstate 10. Hiking, and picnicking are the preferred pastimes here. Hikers enjoy the climb to the top of Picacho Peak, while the less adventurous can stroll along a trail at its base and marvel at the vibrant spectacle of the season’s blooming wildflowers. This peak is a famous landmark and signal peak for the Indians. “Picacho” is Spanish, meaning “Peak or Point.” This area offers hiking, wildlife and pure relaxation.

Picacho Peak RV Resort is situated nicely between Phoenix and Tucson, making it simple to get to either major area. It is nestled at the foothills of Picacho Peak, an historic mountain with an unmistakable outline. Take a look at our park map to see our amenities and layout.

The weather in Picacho is nearly perfect for most of the year. With 300 days of sunshine, low humidity and calm weather, the environment is a beautiful place to relax or be active.