Day 300: Drying Out at Rancho Sedona

Day 300: Drying Out at Rancho Sedona

Day 300 of the Nowhere To Be Project took us from Rancho Sedona RV Park in Sedona, Arizona to Las Vegas, Nevada. It also marked the fourth full day without water in our RV. We weren’t exactly sure why we were unable to run water into our rig until two very friendly RV technicians (Jonathon and Ron) at Galpin Auto & RV in nearby Cottonwood diagnosed us with a water heater issue (more than likely a crack due to the frigid weather we’ve been rolling through). Unfortunately, they were not Winnebago service providers so their diagnosis has remained untreated. We have an appointment on Wednesday for repair in Las Vegas and are extremely hopeful that our planned three day stay will not need to be extended. We’re holding our breath on that one. In the meantime, I wanted to take a moment to share our wonderful experience at Rancho Sedona RV Park.

The bathhouse and laundry room

We spent three unusually (for Sedona) cold nights in site 26 at Rancho Sedona. By a stroke of magic, the spot was directly adjacent to the park’s only bath/shower house which, in our current predicament of chronic dehydration, was priceless. Despite being completely sold out, the bathrooms were among the cleanest we’ve seen and the laundry room had hot and fast dryers (which is a rarity in the RV world). The pet-friendly park is affordable (app. $55/night for full hook ups), profoundly scenic and exceptionally maintained. The level gravel sites are well spaced so that it does not feel crowded. The location is fantastic with hiking trails and countless dining and shopping venues within a few moments walk. Rancho Sedona’s only downfall is snail’s pace WIFI and, as most RVers know, that is the norm, so I can’t really fault them on that. In sum, we give Rancho Sedona RV Park five out of five Nowhere To Be Project hearts!

Spot number 26

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