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Electrical outlets were few, resulting in tangles of extension cords along the walls. The door to our room wouldn't lock and wouldn't even fully close.The metal patio furniture outside our room needed considerable rust removal and paint.The food was quite good, with prices in the same range as the restaurants nearby. The Saturday night DJ dance was held outside, for lack of adequate space inside. That put an end to the festivities - the party was over before 10 PM.The police arrived about 45 minutes after the dance began. The DJ moved all his equipment into the bar area, and the dance resumed (still outside) after a substantial delay. It's been several years since our one visit to Mira Vista.Overall, the mentality appeared to be to spend money on signs to prohibit this and that rather than to spend (an equal or lesser amount of) money to fix problems.The overall tone was one of controlling and restricting guests rather than liberating and serving them.I definitely recall signs on the gates around the pool commanding guests to close them gently to prevent clanging.I suggested to the manager that, if clanging was a problem, she fix the gates so they didn't clang. She clearly preferred to keep both the clangs and the signs that prohibit clanging.

We'll give it another try for a few days sometime in the next year or so, but we can't imagine living in one of those motel rooms for several months - especially not in winter. Examples of the rules, and why the facilities are unimpressive? Examples of the rules, and why the facilities are unimpressive?He'd probably appreciate a well equipped exercise room.We are planning to be snowbirds in the near futute to Arizona. Originally posted by nude charles I don't know whether this answers your question or not. I think you pay a fee like 0 for the season and it is primitive camping, you have to be self contained no ammenitties at all. Originally posted by VLM34Jardin del Sol: long gone as a snowbird destination. DS doesn't have RV facilities either, but it's a top-notch nudist resort. Originally posted by VLM34Jardin del Sol: long gone as a snowbird destination. DS doesn't have RV facilities either, but it's a top-notch nudist resort. I agree that the Mira Vista facility is, and has been, intended as a destination resort for a targeted type of guest. The current owners target nudists, and also want to attract part-year and full-year nudist residents.Years back I read an article about a clothes optional mobile home park somehwere in this state cannot remember where. mn I don't know whether this answers your question or not. But according to the AANR list for AZ, you may take a look at Jardin del Sol in Marana, AZ or Shangri La Ranch in New River, AZ. However if you are on a tight buget and don't mind roughing it, it can be paradise. Mira Vista, north of Tuscon, just inside the city limits: motel rooms for rent and condos for sale; RV slots are few to none. Calbob, I went last August and found it to be quite nice. Not many people that time of year so it was nice and peaceful. Mira Vista, north of Tuscon, just inside the city limits: motel rooms for rent and condos for sale; RV slots are few to none. I agree that RV facilities aren't necessary at a destination resort, and that resort owners may not consider them desirable. I assume, perhaps incorrectly, that he's a fairly typical snowbird who would want to spend several months at a price a typical snowbird would be willing to pay.

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