Friday, December 26, 2014

The Prescott CHRISTmas Lights and Travel Days

After leaving Thousand Trails Verde Valley we headed up to Prescott Valley where we stayed at the Fairgrounds RV Park. We heard the weather might get bad so we stayed 2 nights instead of our original plan of 1 night. This Passport America park is very nice. They have large, level gravel sites with brick patios w/privacy fence for only $15.00 a night. Prescott is just a short drive from there and of course the WalMart is very close. We drove into town to see all the Christmas lights we had heard so much about.
Very beautiful, but I really expected the whole town to be decorated not just the courthouse. Still it was nice to see.
The next morning we hit the road again. Weather was great for traveling. We headed down the mountains to Phoenix to our next destination, Lake Havasu. First we stopped at an RV park in Tonopah, it was a great park and we even had Santa and Ms Claus came by handing out Christmas cards and candy canes. His sleigh was decorated to the hilt. A very nice touch…
Saddle Mountain RV Park is a Passport America park and it’s awesome. Level pull through sites with gravel and concrete pads for only $16.00 a night. I would love to go back there and stay longer.


Back on the road to Lake Havasu… Great weather once again for traveling. We are truly grateful for the wonderful weather we are having for all our travel days. Thank You Lord!
While at Lake Havasu we stayed at the Campbell Cove RV Resort, it was just ok. The sites are very close together and some-what level on gravel. They are a Passport America park and charge $21.00. Not a whole lot to see in this town except for the London Bridge which has a small village under the bridge. The bridge and the village was decorated for the holidays so that was a plus…
We drove around the lake and looked at the light houses that are replicas from across the country.
Then it was back to the bridge to see the Christmas Lights…
I hope you enjoy following along with us as we drive across to California…
Until next time, Happy Trails and Safe Travels.