The Park You Will Love to Call Home!
Mature Residents Please--50+
We accept RVs and Park Models
Quiet Approved Pets OK!
19061 E. Palm Lane, Black Canyon City, AZ 85324
Located 14 Miles North of Anthem, AZ--Exit 242 off of I-17
GREEN N LUSH RV PARK
A quiet, lovely, peaceful 16--space park surrounded by the beautiful Bradshaw Mountain range, which is green most of the year. Most folks are surprised to find mountains this close to Phoenix. We are located on a quiet lane--perfect to take walks and bike on. The park has many green trees, including palm, pine and orange, grapefruit and lemons--free to tenants--in season. You can watch the quail at dusk bopping around and hear the happy songbirds in the morning and evening. We cater to mature residents--around 50 and older. Many of our residents have been here for years. We are a short distance from a day trip to Sedona or the Grand Canyon or camping in the pine forests near Prescott. Our winters are mild and wonderful.
The men enjoy gold panning in the hills and have a small shop we call their "Man Cave." Lots include a storage shed at no extra cost. There is an on-site laundry. Alkaline, Ionized, Micro-Clustered water is available for drinking. (Some of the healthiest water on earth!) Space rent includes: Water, Sewer, Trash Removal, High Speed Internet. We have a friendly, family-like, safe atmosphere. Located within walking distance is a grocery store, post office, restaurants and other businesses in the small-town atmosphere of Black Canyon City. Nearby is the new Black Canyon City Park. You will be able to watch the ducks peacefully swim on the blue pond. The air is clean and the sky is usually clear. The stars are especially bright at night due to the clear skies and lack of light pollution. There are hiking trails, ATV trails, rivers, American Indian ruins to explore and so much outdoor beauty! Located off Hwy 17--just 14 miles north of Anthem and Wal-Mart, the Mall and many stores. We offer affordable rates to keep our great tenants. Most spaces are $285.00 monthly. Many of our snowbirds leave their units here year-round to hold their space.