Voyager has it all! The special feeling of a real community, wonderful friends, neighbors, and the endless array of things to do and places to go are part of the Voyager Resort experience. Setting your course for Voyager Resort means truly discovering the "Best of the Southwest".
For a day, a season, or a lifetime, the Voyager Resort is sure the deliver a experience and lifestyle unlike any other!
The newest development at Voyager Resort, The Bay, is an upscale manufactured home community. Our homes are custom built in Phoenix, ground-set, fully landscaped, and finished with a beautiful durable sand stucco finish. Efficiency in heating and cooling is enhanced by dual glaze windows and high level insulation. Some even offer large screened patio areas and matching storage buildings. The Bay has been designated a "Blue Ribbon Community" by the MHC. We are proud to present The Bay as yet another way to enjoy the resort lifestyle at the Voyager! Monthly And Seasonal Rates Available!
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Monthly Rates May thru Aug : $416 to $598
Monthly Rates Sept-Dec and April: $520 to $738
Monthly Rates Jan thru March $572.50 to $810
3 Month Seasonal Rate: $1,649 to $2,333
4 Month Seasonal Rate: $2,169 to $3,061
Annual Rates $4,326 to $4,384
The Longer you stay the more you Save.
You may also call our Reservation Center for personal service with arranging your Seasonal or Monthly stay! 877-362-6732
Located in the borderland region of Southern Arizona, Tucson is a bustling metropolis well-known for its rugged natural beauty and rich history. Surrounded by five mountain ranges, endless cactus forests, rolling hills and winding dry riverbeds, Tucson is home to a wide variety of museums, family attractions, national parks, restaurants and venues, located within easy travel distance of all the best that the area has to offer.
Tucson enjoys more sunshine per year than any other U.S. city and experiences an average yearly high of 83 degrees with a low of 54. It boasts a mild climate in the spring, fall and winter. Even though the temperature heats up in the summer months, humidity levels are low, making Tucson a comfortable and often therapeutic vacation spot year-round.
Home to 800,000 Arizonians, Tucson is alive with activity. The downtown area is considered the historic and cultural center of the Old Pueblo, with the Arts District, professional theater, ballet, opera, symphony and ten historical districts nearby. Downtown Tucson is also home to one-of-a-kind shops, architecture, historical landmarks and other interesting places for sightseeing. Some of the citys most notable landmarks are located in the Downtown area, including the Charles O. Brown House, St. Augustine Cathedral, the old Pima County Courthouse and the Hotel Congress.
Tucsons eclectic and enjoyable Downtown is just the beginning of what the city has to offer newcomers and old friends, alike. The city is rich with the unique histories of ancient Native American peoples, Spanish settlers and Anglo farmers, all of which color Tucsons thriving culture today. Tucson boasts dozens of museums, cultural centers and attractions, including the Arizona Historical Society, archeological sites such as those at Murray Springs and Signal Hill, as well as attractions like the Bisbee Mining and Historical Museum. Many of these attractions are interactive and hands-onyou can even take part in an archeological dig!
Its easy to learn about the history of Tucson and Southwestern Arizona by joining one of the citys many custom or guided tours. Excursions are conducted by bus or walking tour and allow visitors to explore everything including nature preserves, ghost towns, Mexican beaches and historical neighborhoods within the city. Tours of the Sonoran Desert and many of the old missions are even offered year-round.
Of course, there are plenty of opportunities to explore on ones own, as welland Tucson has something for practically every taste and ability. From taking a daytrip to one of Arizonas picturesque national or state parks to catching a baseball game played by one of the three professional teams that train in Tucson, theres plenty to do and explore. The area is also populated with plenty of golf clubs, dude ranches and even a few businesses that allow visitors to explore the region from the skies in a hot air balloon. Whether the mood strikes for mountain climbing, miniature golf or a peaceful stroll through a city park, Tucsons outdoors have much to share.
Tucson also enjoys a thriving nightlife, restaurant scene and various types of entertainment throughout the year. Night clubs, theaters and music venues are located throughout the city and cater to a wide variety of tastes. The city is also known for its delicious Southwestern and Mexican fare, though practically any craving can be matched by Tucsons chefs.
No matter what time of year, Tucson is practically always busy with seasonal events, festivals and activitiesmany of which have garnered international attention. La Fiesta de los Vaqueros is the largest outdoor mid-winter rodeo in America and the Tucson International Mariachi Conference attractions many fans and followers of the musical genre every
Alerts and Important Information
While the first two guests are always included in a reservation, guest charges for extra people may apply at time of check-in.
Voyager RV Resort
8701 S Kolb Road
Tucson AZ 85706
Phone Number:Information: (800) 424-9191