Saturday, December 3, 2011

A Unique RV Park

Today we welcome new followers' Mark and Chris of Mark and Chris's Phaeton Place. Thanks for joining our blog, we appreciate you coming along!

In order to visit family in Sierra Vista, Arizona we needed to find an RV Park close by. We chose K&N RV Park in Huachuca City because it was rated a 10 recently in RV Park Reviews and the cost was competitive with other area parks. We had no idea there would be some very pleasant surprises.

No, we're not parked behind a gas station; this is a perfect recreation of a 1950s Shell gas station, the likes you would have seen on Rte 66, 65 years ago. This building includes the RV park clubhouse, office and an apartment for the owners, Ken and Nina.

A 1956 Chevy (driven regularly) completes this nostalgic scene.

Inside there are vintage Coke machines, juke boxes, soda fountains, cigarette machines and other collectibles, all restored by Ken as a life long hobby.

This palatial home, complete with pool and botanical gardens creates a kind of estate feeling here on the property.

Inside the clubhouse we found excise equipment, a wide screen TV, 2 large screen computers for internet use and a Keurig coffee maker complete with an assortment of coffee. Often we find fresh fruit or snack food as well. It just doesn't get any better than this!

We were able to get one of the spaces offering a western mountain view out our front windshield.

The spaces are not huge but perfectly adequate. Everything here on the premises is immaculately clean and maintained to perfection.

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