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Happy Jack Lodge & RV


This marks a new element of the blog – Cool (Accessible) Places to Stay in Arizona. I’m not going to include basic hotels or resorts, but if anyone is going to set out to see Arizona you will need some places to stay. Hopefully I’ll continue to find a few unique ones.

Happy Jack Lodge & RV is in Northern Arizona. It is located in some beautiful forest at about 7,200 feet elevation. The place is a pretty fancy RV park with some basic cabins surrounding a big grassy area. It doesn’t seem like a great place to just come and hang out but it is affordable and accessible and in a great location. We paid $125/night.

My cabin (actually its more like a four-plex) was very accessible. It’s a 1-bed, 1-bath unit with a really nice roll-in shower. That’s always the first thing I check. The place has a little kitchen with access to sink, microwave and refrigerator. The bed is accessible and the deck offers a nice view.

If you ever have some RV (motorhome) friends coming thru Arizona, have them meet you here. It’s a great place to see a secluded part of Arizona.

Happy Jack Lodge


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