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David's Oasis

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Phone Number
(520) 979-6650
Street Address
PO Box 961
City
State
Zip Code
Latitude
31.478281
Longitude
-109.898674

A private, membership resort catering to the gay community that offers the ultimate in personal privacy. Located on a 120-acre ranch it is a great place to enjoy nature, hike or just go for a leisurely walk with someone special, a private get-a-way for adults over 21. The heartbeat of the resort is centered around the Copper Rainbow Bistro in the recreation center and the clothing optional corral. The bistro is a beer and wine bar with snacks open to all on the weekends. The corral allows the freedom to enjoy the desert sun to the fullest. The resort has a panoramic view of the mountains and the valley below with campsites range from primitive tent sites to full hook-up RV sites. If you just bring yourself, tent rentals are available.

Annual Membership: $15.00
· Life Member, for the natural life of the applicant or David’s Oasis Camping Resort: $75.00· Traveler's Membership: $3.00 Available one time only, for people residing outside the State
of Arizona and valid for three consecutive days at the resort.
· Day Pass from 10 am to 11 pm: $3.00
· Evening Pass from 5 pm to 11pm: $2.00
· Day Pass from 10 am to 11 pm for one year: $35.00
· Tent Campsite without electric, one person $10.00, one person with electric $12.00, extra
persons $4.00 each when staying in the same tent, on the weekend includes toaster breakfast
(Maximum four persons per campsite). Tent rentals available: $5.00 per day, $25.00 deposit.
· Full hook-up RV Campsite, one person $16.00, extra person $4.00, on the weekend includes
toaster breakfast (Maximum four persons per campsite staying one RV).
· Monthly
rate for full hook-up Campsite, $250.00 for 1 or 2 persons plus metered electric.
· Seasonal Campsite, full hook-up, 6 month winter season, $1050.00 for 1 or 2 persons, paid
for and occupied starting during the months of October, November, December, January,
February and March plus metered electric. 6 month summer season, $900.00 for 1 or 2 persons,
paid for and occupied starting during the months of April, May, June, July August or September,
plus metered electric.

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3.4
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David's Oasis 2014-01-07 23:30:06 Arthur Bivvins
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3.8
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TopPhxBear Reviewed by TopPhxBear    January 07, 2014
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New Years Eve at David's Oasis

Ok. Let me start with the good. The people both working there and staying there were EXTREMELY friendly. I can't say I've ever met a nicer bunch of people. They even invited us out to their New Years Eve dinner at a local steakhouse.

Being winter, the place was not busy, but then, I don't think it ever is. It is miles from any "big city" or "medium city". There is not much vegetation and the ground is full of stickers.
The bar was actually quite nice, but no longer had a liquor license, so it was byob, which I kind of liked.
There was a hot tub that would hold 8 people, great for midnight star gazing. And there are LOTS of stars when you are that far out. The above ground pool was closed for the season. The park is not pretty in any way. But it's the sparse Southern AZ landscape. They really do need to plant a few things.
A neighboring campground had lots of trees and such, so it is possible.

We used the space mostly as a base camp for a couple of day trips to Douglas (15 miles) and Bisbee (8 miles) (ultra cool place). The spaces were large, full hook up, very easy in and out.
Sites were $25 a night, and we had to buy a 3 day membership for $5 each (they also offer yearly memberships).

Would I stay here again? Maybe if I were in the area. Like I said, it's not the campground that would draw me back, but the very friendly folks. So even though I love to camp out away from people, I'd get a bit to bored here. If there was an "event", it might make it more interesting.

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David's Oasis 2013-09-13 18:48:58 Jason Bell
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Jason Bell Reviewed by Jason Bell    September 13, 2013
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I would recommend if in the area, this is not a destination. This location is in the middle of the desert between Bisbee and the Mexico boarder. Bisbee is a small gay friendly artist type town that is the first city in Arizona to offer and recognize gay civil unions. The campground has very easy access for my 40' Class A, all with full hook-ups, and some pull-through's. It's dusty and windy most of the time with no grass anywhere. Some of the sites need to be leveled better. The clubhouse is basic with a nice bar. I found that on weekends guys come up from Mexico and get day passes or stay in one of the cabins for the night. The pool is above ground and is clothing optional, all other areas require clothing. There is some noise from the main road. The owner needs to make some improvements to the grounds if he wants more customers. Modern bathrooms and a separate shower is located in the clubhouse.

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