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Judy specializes in park models located in the Award-Winning
Rincon Country East RV Resort.
Rentals typically range from $900 – $2500 per month during the resort’s planned activities season, which runs annually from October through April. Dinners, dances, parties, shuttle excursions, and hobby clubs are just a smidgen of the fun to be had here. As a guest, you have access to the resort’s vast selection of activities and amenities.
Browse my park model listings, or call me, and I’ll help you find a model to exactly suit your needs.
I have added two great services to help serve you better.
I am now offering financing to help with the purchase of your new park model.
But wait there’s more!
Now with every unit sold, I am including a 5-Star Home Inspection
OUR FABULOUS PARK
Nestled in a quiet neighborhood in the Rincon Valley on Tucson’s East side,
Rincon Country East has 460 spaces with gorgeous mountain views.
These Champion Home floor plans shown are examples.
Many more are available.
Sparkling Pool and Spa
From October through April, our calendar is packed with concerts, shows, and live bands which perform on our main stage for your listening and dancing pleasure.
During our high season, special events can include on-site farmers markets, craft shows, rummage sales, classic car shows, parades, street dances, picnics, and more.
Use our fully-equipped on-site gym, or join one of our fitness
classes, such as yoga, aerobics, line dancing, and Zumba. There’s something to suit every fitness level and pace.
Play bingo, billiards, Mexican train, bridge, 500, poker, mah jongg, Texas hold ‘em, pinochle, horseshoes, cribbage, euchre, canasta, and many others.
Enjoy Tucson’s rich Spanish and Old West history in its old missions, art galleries, museums, and antique stores. Immerse yourself in Tucson’s colorful Southwestern culture – take in a rodeo, enjoy great Mexican food, or shop for unique Southwestern items. Join a downtown festival, or attend the largest gem and mineral show in the US. Amazing experiences await you.
See the OK Corral in nearby Tombstone, tour the world’s largest solar telescope at Kitt Peak Observatory, ride the ski lift a the top of scenic Mount Lemmon, or take an old mine tour in Bisbee.
Arizona’s beauty and mild winter are two reasons so many people come the state. Visit the spectacular Grand Canyon, one of the seven natural wonders of the world, in the northern part of the state. See brilliantly colored rocks and clays that were once hidden under the sand and have been uncovered by erosion in the Painted Desert. Go to the Petrified Forest to see beautiful fossilized trees that died millions of years ago. Visit Montezuma Castle and eight other ancient Indian ruins that have been designated national monuments. Discover animals and plants that aren’t found anywhere else in the country at Pipe Cactus National Monument.