My new camping spot at the Pima County Fairgrounds Tucson Arizona.
After an uneventful 35 mile drive this morning I arrived at the Pima County Fairgrounds, just south of Tucson, at about 9:30, and checked into the campground for a one week stay. I was going to stay in their boondocking area but because of the rains this area had last night it looked a little muddy so I decided on a full hookup site so I can fill up my water tank and give my holding tanks a good washout. The main camping areas not crowded at all which is another reason I decided to stay in the full hookup area, if there'd been a bunch of people here I would've elected to stay in the mud.
I talked to the host about the dog agility competition that's happening later this week, and he said it will be real interesting to watch, its free to see, and it's happening in the covered area right next to where I'm camped so I've almost got a ringside seat.
That's one of the many things I like about staying at the Pima County fairground, there's always something going on. I stayed here last spring and got to watch a motorcycle race on a motocross track that's part of the fairground property. There's also a car race track, and a dragstrip, all on the Fairgrounds property. And to make it perfect for me, there's a Walmart three or four miles away.
Tombstone hotel on Allen Street.
Tombstone courthouse. This courthouse is not where Wyatt Earp and Doc Holliday were tried for the OK corral shootings. That was held in the old mining exchange building. This courthouse was built a couple of years after that.