View of Justin’s Diamond J RV Park

Justin's Diamond J RV Park in Tucson, Arizona

We stayed at Justin's Diamond J RV park for one night on Feb 19, 2017 to explore the nearby Saguaro National Park. This park seems to be catered towards longer term stay as it has lots of activities, for example mini-golf, bocce ball and walking trails that start right off the RV park. The sites were reasonably large, though there wasn't much vegetation to separate the sites. We were at site 39 and our 24 foot trailer and truck fit fine. When we stayed here in February the park was packed, but it was still quiet at night.

Location

Internet / Wifi connection speed

Here are internet speeds measured at 8am on Monday February 20, 2017. We couldn’t even connect to the RV Park WiFi to do a speed test. Perhaps site 39 is too far from the WiFi source. :(

Download MbpsUpload MbpsPing ms
RV Park WiFi---
T-Mobile phone13.991.8454
AT&T phone40.763.2462

Quick info

  • We paid $31 for a standard site.
  • Cash or check.
  • Reservable by phone.
  • Full hookup: 30amp / water / sewer.
  • www.diamondjrvpark.com
Bunny at Justin’s Diamond J RV Park
Trailer and truck backed into site at Justin’s Diamond J RV Park
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