November 2016 Smoke Signal

From the Manager’s desk…

This is my first Smoke Signal, so it will be short.

Welcome back everyone.

It has been a pleasure meeting many of you and I look forward to meeting lots more.  Unfortunately, I will probably not remember many of you.  The memory isn’t what it used to be.  I hope you all have been able to check out all the new improvements to the Park.  The Park was very busy this summer with all the upgrades.

 The Park looks wonderful!  

 I would like to take this opportunity to recognize Jeanne and John Thalman.  They worked very hard this summer overseeing many of the improvements while still running the office.  Thank you so very much for your support, dedication and hard work.

One area that I need to mention is the dumpsters.  Please remember – we no longer have the area next to the dumpsters to place unwanted items.  All these unwanted items need to be recycled, given to a charity (such as the Mash Unit), or placed in the dumpsters.  There are some restrictions as to what can be placed in the dumpsters.  Watch your mailboxes as I will be sending out a flyer with more information on the subject.  Thank you, and I hope you all have a wonderful season here at Sundance 1 RV Resort.

Judy Dickson, Park Manager

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Sundance RC Drivers

Welcome back racers!  Last year we had several new members join our club and I must say it was certainly exciting watching some of these rookies catch-up and on occasion pass some of the more experienced racers.  It will be interesting to see who dominates this year!

With the interest growing we are likely going to need to expand the drivers stand to accommodate all the drivers.  This will be high on the list of priorities for this coming season.…..

There were many people stopping by the track last year and expressed interest in getting involved.  Anyone interested in watching or getting involved are welcome to visit us at the track Monday, Wednesday and Friday afternoons at 1:30 to 4 pm.  Don’t be hesitant to ask questions.  One of the club members will be glad to answer questions and maybe even let you take a car for test drive…… It is lots of fun and it is NOT as easy as it looks!

TO ALL SPECTATORS.  The members really appreciate your support and watching us race each week.  However, for your own safety, please do not sit or stand too close to the track, and do not get distracted.  The cars are very fast and when an accident happens cars can clear or in some cases penetrate the safety barrier and we don’t want anyone getting struck by a car.

Looking forward to seeing everyone in November!

Tim Frost


Sunday Church with Pastor Scott…

The Non-Denominational church services will begin the first Sunday in November .   All are invited to attend.

Services begins at 8:30 am in the Hole in the Wall.




Our library is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week for your reading enjoyment. We are a lending library not an exchange Library. We will take donated books in good condition. We are no longer receiving any CDs, DVDs, or videos, as we no longer have the room for them.

Please take all magazines to the laundry room. Any donated book ends would be greatly appreciated.

Enjoy your reading experience this season.

Lynn Olson


Angel Tree…

Lynn Wiewior, is the new chairperson for our annual Angel Tree program.   With new and exciting ideas, Lynn is a great advocate for our low income and needy Casa Grande children. Per the Seeds of Hope, many of our area children need to share household items such as toothbrushes.

The tree in the Activities Office will be on display on or before Thanksgiving for you to select a child’s name to brighten their Christmas holiday. You can select a child individually, or as a club or group banding together and coordinating their purchases.   We are hoping that with a park of this size and our ongoing generosity, we’ll be able to exceed our previous 30-35 names.

In the Christmas spirit, we thank you in advance.


Thought for the Day….

“Change your thoughts and you change your world”.


Friday Night Sabbath…

Anyone caring to join us for Shabbos on Fridays at 6:30 PM,   Looking forward to hearing from you,

Lenore Smith



The quilt/sewing room is now open 7 days a week from

9am – 4pm as long as we have a monitor available.  Soon we will be posting a schedule for classes, road trips, and other quilt-related activities on our bulletin board.  You will also find information on how to rent cabinet space in the quilt room to store your sewing machine. Our annual dues are only $10 and included in that fee are welcoming smiles, friendly faces, and creative inspiration.

Sharon Sterk

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Upcoming Events … Mark your favorite events so you don’t miss out!!!

Dec 2 – Country Store – 9-Noon

Dec 3 – Patio Sale – 8am-Noon

Dec 3 – CG Electric Light Parade – 5pm

Dec 9 – Movie Night – 6:30pm

Dec 10 – Dance with Dale Heinle

Dec 12 – New Image Fashions Sale – 9-2pm

Dec 16 – Sundance Christmas Program – 7pm

Dec 17 – Dance with the 4-50’s

Dec 24 – Christmas Eve dinner & gift exchange

Dec 25 – Christmas Potluck – 4pm

Dec 30 – Blood Drive – 1-4pm

Dec 31 – NYE Dance with Bunky 8pm


Jan 6 – Country Store – 9-Noon

Jan 7 – Card Sale—9am—2pm

Jan 7 – Dance with Dakota Kid

Jan 11 – Wild Man Phil Program – 7pm

Jan 12 – Organ Stop Tag-a-Long – 1:30 meal

Jan 14—Welcome Back—1-3pm

Jan 14 – Dance with the Campbell Brothers

Jan 17 – Hale Theater Tag-a-Long

Jan 18 – IN/IL Potluck – 4:30-6:30pm

Jan 20 – Sundance Happy Daze Program – 7pm

Jan 21 – Dance with Dick Anderson – 7pm

Jan 22 – Great SW Radio Theater – 2pm

Jan 25 – Spaghetti Fundraiser – Pool Room 5pm

Jan 28 – Dance with the 8 Tracks

Jan 29 – Canadian Potluck


Feb 1 & 2 – Adventureland Workampers

Feb 3 – Country Store – 9-Noon

Feb 3 – Movie Night – 6:30pm –

Feb 4 – MT,WY, N&S Dakota Potluck- 12-2

Feb 4 – Dance with Debbie & Dbl Eagle – 7pm

Feb 5 – Super Bowl Party – 3:30 pm

Feb 7 – MI Potluck – 4-6pm

Feb 8 – Softball’s Brat Dinner

Feb 10 – Senior Expo – 9-10:30am

Feb 11 – Western Days

Feb 12 – Iowa Potluck – 4-6pm

Feb 14 – Valentine’s Dinner Show – 7pm

Feb 15 – New Image Fashion Show – 9-2pm

Feb 16 – Hale Theater Tag-a-Long – 7pm

Feb 18 – Hands Across the Border – 5pm

Feb 19 – MN Potluck – 1-3pm

Feb 21, 22 & 23 – Dessert Theater – 7pm

Feb 22 – Cancer Support Center – Charity at Pool

Feb 25 – Quilt Show – 9am-3pm

Feb 25 – Dance w/ Dale Heinle & Whiskey Creek

Feb 26 – John Denver Tribute – 2pm

Feb 28 – Mardi Gras Parade – 3pm


Mar 1—Artisan’s Show—1-2pm

Mar 1 – Bernie & Red Show – 7pm

Mar 2—Volunteer Luncheon – 11am

Mar 3 – Country Store – 9-Noon

Mar 3 – Remaining States Potluck 4-6pm

Mar 4 – Patio Sale – 8am-Noon

Mar 4—Card Sale 9am-2pm

Mar 4 – Dance with Saguaro Sunset – 7pm

Mar 5 – Shuffleboard Potluck – 1-3pm

Mar 8 – WI Potluck – 4:45-6pm

Mar 9 – Sundance Variety Show – 7pm

Mar 10—Blood Drive—12-4pm

Mar 11 – Arizona Opry Show Tag-a-Long –

Mar 12 – Ice Cream Social Fundraiser – 2pm

Mar 15 – DeLon Country Music Show – 7pm

Mar 17 – St Patrick’s Day Parade & Dinner

Mar 18 – Dance w/ Campbell Brothers

Mar 25 – Dance w/ Dick Anderson


Sales Corral…

The Sales Corral has relocated! For all your rental and sales questions, please come and see us in the room that was previously the exercise room (next to the shower).

We have new park Models “Getting ready” to be viewed.

Steve, Rental and Sales Manager

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From Sue’s Desk…

 Welcome Home!! I’m hoping you all had a happy and healthy summer and are ready to resume our Sundance fun for this winter season. I’m sure you all appreciate the new facelift the park has received in your absence. Let’s all do our tortilla part and keep our individual sites neat and tidy, as well. We’ve got a great schedule lined up for you this season, so let’s start with November’s upcoming events!

Nov 2 – Flu Clinic – 2-4pm – Hole in the Wall

Nov 4 – Country Store – 9am to noon – in the Hole in the Wall

Nov 4 – Movie Night – 6:30 in the Hole in the Wall

Nov 5 – Rich Moquin Celebration of Life – 1-3pm in the Hole in the Wall

Nov 9 – Hale Theatre Tag-a-Long – “Seven Brides for Seven Brothers” – 7pm show

Nov 11 – Veteran’s Day Program – 1pm – Hole in the Wall

Nov 16 – Caywood Cotton Farms Tag-a-Long – 1pm

Nov 19 – CG Ruins Celebration Tag-a-Long – 10am

Nov 21 – Christmas Show Meeting – 1pm – Hole in the Wall

Nov 24 – Thanksgiving Day Pot Luck – 4pm – Hole in the Wall

Nov 25 – Movie Night – 6:30 pm in the Hole in the Wall

Nov 26 – Dance with Dick Anderson, DJ – 7pm in the Hole in the Wall

Sundance 1 RV Resort

November Dance Schedule

Nov 12 – C.C. Collier – 7pm

$8 in advance – $9 at the door

Nov 26 – DJ Dick Anderson

$3 at the door


Flu Clinic – Wed., Nov 2 from 2-4 pm in the Hole in the Wall. Pneumonia vaccines will also be available.

Most insurances accepted.

Please sign up in advance in the Activities Office.

Please remember to wear your name badges when attending park activities and events or while in the office complex.  Thank you!

In the vain of keeping our park neat, you will notice the outdoor bulletin boards have been removed. Be sure to stop into the Activities Office and watch for your Friday Flyers. Notices are also posted in the laundry room and in the glass enclosed signs.

This season, the Activities Office will have event and dance tickets available a month in advance.   Hopefully, this will be more convenient for both the residents and our lack of advertising space.

Wanted: The Activities Office is looking for a volunteer to run our Bingo games each Tuesday evening. Karen Deen will train you this season for next year.

If interested, please contact Sue in Activities.

Please note the Activities Office has staff available November through March from 8:30 to 4:00pm seven days per week. Also the Admin office is open till 4:00pm Monday through Friday November through March.

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We hope everyone had a great summer and will have a great winter season here at Sundance & we look forward to seeing you all.

Our trips are booked & ready for us. Our signup sheets are on the wall in activities on the right hand side after entering the front door. Sign up sheets and flyers are available on each clip board. We also have flyers for every trip at our site #117 so you may come by & get any flyers of interest to you or call us at the numbers below. We will also have flyers available for you at Monday morning coffee @ 8:30 & at the Country Store the 1st. Friday each month.


Dec. 10th. CELEBRATION OF XMAS. at Dream City Church in Cave Creek at 7PM.

This is a beautiful Broadway production along with Orchestra & so much more. Located on a huge property with so much to see & do. Price is $64 per person including roundtrip bus transportation, taking you to the door & picking you up at the door after the show plus tickets & reserved seating. Cut OFF DATE IS NOV. 23RD.

JAN. 13-16TH. 4 Day 3 night Trip to Lake Havasu, Balloon Fest staying overnight. The next day, 14th., leave around 1pm. for 2 nights in Laughlin at Edgewater Casino on the river. The price is $255 per person dbl occ. includes round trip transportation & luggage handling, room for 1 night in Havasu & 2 nights in Laughlin (1 choice buffet per person). Cut off date is Dec. 15th.

FEB.27TH-MARCH 2ND. 4 day 3 nights. Las Vegas staying @ the 4 Queens located downtown on Freemont Street. The price is $185 per person dbl occ., includes room for 3 nights, round trip transportation. Luggage handling & 1 fun book per room. Always is a fun trip. Cut off date Jan. 25th.

Mar. 20-23rd. 4 day 3 nights ROCKY POINT MEXICO STAYING @ THE PLAYA BONITA HOTEL (AMERICAN OWNED) on the beach. Price is $265 per person dbl occ. , includes room for 3 nights, roundtrip transportation, luggage handling & continental breakfast ( cut of date Feb. 13th.)

These all are great trips with optional things available to do.

Come and travel with us, we have lots of fun.

Take Care & God Bless


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Stretch & Strength Classes (chair yoga) …


There are many changes.

Hope you all had a great summer & hope to be a little cooler here soon.

Look forward to starting the class again & to see you all again. There is no charge for the class, so if you are new & would like to join us, come along & see what it is all about.  (We now will be using the Hole in the Wall).

Mon. & Wed. @ 10:30 to 11:30 AM.

We will start class Nov. 7th.

Take care & God Bless.

Terry Beach



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Hi, welcome home….we’ve missed you.

A meeting will be held and dessert served.

Our first singles meeting will be held November 20th @ 4PM in the Hang Out Room.

All singles are invited to join the fun. We will have various excursions, games and are open to suggestions of what you would like to do this year.

Darcus Arnold


Monday Night Music Jam…


The Sundance Jammers are in full swing.

If you enjoy music, then please join us each Monday @ 6:30PM in the Hole in the Wall.

We will be sure to keep you entertained for over 2 hours!

John Thalman


Couples Dancing…

Fall is here and so is another year of couples dance classes. We start Tuesday, November 1 with Two Step and go on to Country Waltz starting November 29. Thursdays we will teach Pattern Dancing starting November 3. Both classes are from 10-11:30AM in the Hole in the Wall.

Beginners are welcome, but a partner is required. Classes are $1 per couple. We hope to see you all there.

Kent & Sandi Reedy – Fairways





(may be subject to delays)

Safe for all levels of fitness

PLEASE JOIN US               Kathy McBride



The Ceramics shop is open with lots of greenware ready to purchase.  The shop is equipped with everything you need to do a project.  Come in and check it out.   The shop is open from 9:00 to 4:00 Monday through Friday.

Thank you, Shari Seidel

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Cactus Needles News…

We meet weekly on Mondays from 10 to noon.

We are beginning on November 28. We share ideas, inspire, and learn from one another as we knit, crochet, loom, and crow hook items for local charities.

Come visit us and join the fun!

Karen Fulner



 Welcome back to all our friends from all over North America. We are looking forward to another season of fun playing

shuffleboard. We will need to have a work party early in Nov. to get the boards ready for the season. Again this season we encourage any and all to come out and play. We have a great time.

Joe Hess


Gate Guards…

Welcome back everyone !  I hope your summer was wonderful and now it is time to catch up with all our park friends. The gate volunteers will start on November 1st.If you are interested in joining us please sign up in the activity office. Volunteering is a great way to meet new people , as well as helping the hosts and getting to know more about the park.

Enjoy your stay.

Laurie Biberdorf


Computer Room…

When we have enough volunteers to open for the season the following will pertain to the computer lab:

 The computer room hours are Monday through Friday from 9:00 AM to 11:45 AM and 1:00 PM to 3:45 PM. There are 9 PC computers, hook-ups for WiFi devices and laptops.

Our volunteers are not necessarily detailed experts; but may be able to offer assistance.

The fees are $1.00 per day for casual usage or $10.00 for the whole season. There are some charges for printing. All charges are posted in the computer room.

The Geek


Line Dancing…

Welcome back everyone; hope you had a good summer. It’s great to see all our winter family back. Now it’s time to plan and get busy with all the fun activities.

Again, I will be teaching line dancing. Every Tuesday from 1 to 3 pm for beginners. This is the time to start if you ever wanted to try it. Then every Thursday will be beginners from 1 to 2:30 and intermediate 2:30 to 3:30pm. The fee is $1 per day for Sundance residents and $2 for out of park visitors.

Come and join us.  We always have a great time.

Classes begin November 1.

Mickie Westrick




Well bingo players and workers it’s that time again.  Welcome back and hope everyone had a fantastic summer.  November 1st is the our first of the season bingo.   Doors open at 6 PM card sales soon thereafter.  Bingo begins at 7PM   .


I need staff help this year, if you think you would like to work at the sales desk (yes you get to play as well) or in any other capacity, please see me.  We have a slim staff for November and your patience will be appreciated.

Come join the fun and frivolity!!

See you there.

Karen Deen, Bingo Coordinator


Stained Glass…

Hello everyone and welcome back to one and all. I hope that everyone had a great and safe summer enjoying their families and now it is time for some crafts and lots of fun.

The shop will open October 31, 2016 providing that the monitors have arrived for the season. I will be there all day every Tuesday. Hours will be 9AM to Noon. Lunch is one hour and then back 1PM to 3:30PM.

This season we will have raffles to raise money for the shop. Suggestions on improving our shop are always appreciated.

Silvia Freer

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Casino School…

Everyone Welcome

Casino School Monday November 14th @ 1 pm

in the Hole In Wall Sundance 1 Tell Your Friends !!! Learn ways to win more $$’s at Casinos…Slots-Blackjack-Roulette-Video Poker ..Get Free 2016/ 2017 Coupon Books for Laughlin containing all kinds of Free Meals, 2 for 1 Rooms, Buffets and 8 free rounds of 2 for 1 Golf at our local Mesa Golf courses!!!  Plus learn all about the Casino School Trips to Laughlin…get 40 Free Games of Bingo $10,000 payout.

Join the Golf Tournament WIN !! WIN!!      Don’t miss this fun one hour class. Only $10 per person!


Painters and Zentanglers …

Come join us for the opportunity to paint or zentangle.  This season we are meeting in the Hang Out Room from 9:00 am-3:30 p.m.  We can create and explore with our art projects all day.  Choose a time that works best for you during the day.

All skill levels are welcome!  Painters paint with watercolor, acrylic or oils.  Bring your own supplies.  Zentanglers  are willing to show people how easy it is to create.  Materials for zentangled art is similar to the color book craze that is currently on the market.  We are an encouraging and fun group who enjoy being creative.

We learn and support each other.

Hope to see you there!

Nancy Bagley, Jan Zallar, Cheri O’Brien


Let’s Hula !

Welcome back to Sundance Island! Please join me for hula class this season.

You will learn hula moves for fun and gentle exercise! I am adding a special event class for December.

One Day Hula Special Event:

One day only…Wednesday, December 7 at 11am – Noon in the Hole in the Wall.

This is a special one hour class on Dec.7, Pearl Harbor Day, where you can learn a simple hula to the song, “White Christmas”. This is a great hula for beginners. So, don’t be shy, “Komo Ma’i” come on in !

Every Wednesday, beginning Jan 4 through the end of March: In January we will begin our regular weekly Wednesday classes where you can learn a hula to “Flowers of Paradise”. Those taking these classes will be able to make a colorful ti-leaf skirt and join the Sundance Hula Ladies in a performance in the Sundance Variety Show on March 9th. These classes begin Wednesday, Jan. 4th at 1 PM and continue through March.

How to Sign up:

The fee for any of the classes is just $3. Pay at class.  Please see the sign-up sheets in the Activities Office.  Questions: You can contact me.

Mahalo ! Priscella

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The Country Store…

Welcome back, everybody – hope you had a fantastic summer.

Our 2016-2017 Country Store season begins on Friday, November 4, from 9 to 12 in the Hole-in-the-Wall. We will welcome back many returning vendors as well as some new ones. All of them are looking forward to seeing their Sundance friends.

Come early and purchase a cup of fresh hot coffee and yummy Danish. Lunch will be available for purchase from 11 to 12. Richard and Karen and their crew will offer a choice of Frito chili pie or chili dogs with chips. Both meals are $3.50 and include your choice of lemonade or iced tea.  And don’t forget – the holidays are just around the corner, so it’s not too soon to start your shopping.

Just a reminder – our Country Stores happen on the first Friday of the month, November through March. We look forward to seeing you all here.

Fritzi Ferguson



Do you have a curious mind? Ever wonder where you came from? Do you want to find out about your ancestors? If you answer yes to any of these questions, then you will want to come and check out our Genealogy class.   We will have programs, a workshop, and roundtable discussions.

We meet every Wednesday starting Nov. 2, from 10:00 to 11/11:30 in the new Gambling room. For all you beginners, you will have the opportunity to get help from seasoned members on the 2nd & 4th Wed.  Hope to see you there.

Lynn Olson, Jeanette Keyes



As I looked back through some of the past notes, etc. I see that the Vets Group was started in 2011. So as we start our 6th year I hope we can continue to move forward and again help some of the Veterans in the Casa Grande area that need.

The first meeting will be on the 14th of November at 10AM in the Hangout Room in Sundance 1 RV. This will be a very important meeting because we must plan our course for the year.  The meetings have been set for the second Monday of the month.

Schedule of Meetings for 2016/17

November 14 – Sundance

December 12 – Fairways

January 9 – Sundance

February 13 – Fairways

March 13 – Sundance

All meetings will be at 10AM.

VIP cards….

The Vets group have the 2016-17 cards and are available for the donation of $15. There are almost twice as many pages this year.  You can get the VIP cards at the Activity office or from Chris Knapton.

We will also have a booth at the Country Store this year and will have available VIP cards, caps and shirts. The first country store will be the 4th of November and we will need volunteers to man the booth.

I would ask that all Veterans attend our first meeting as well as the rest.  We need ideas and your help, so we can have a good year to help fellow Veterans in need.

If you have any questions please feel free to contact me.

Chris Knapton, Vets Group Commander


The Town Council…

The Town Council of Sundance meets from November until March for the purpose of representing the residence of Sundance with the management of Sundance RV I resort.

Elected members are Erick Ayres, Paul Brown, George Jueckstock, Sheila Keyman, Paul Knapp, Alice Neuok and John Walton.

If you have any concern please speak with one of the members or fill out a comment form found in the activities office and place it in the utility mail slot located in the office wall across from the post office door.

Any signed form will be addressed.

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November Menu from your Kitchen…

11/1/16 – Tues@11:30am 11/2/16 – Wed. @ 5PM 11/5/16 – Sat. @ 8:30am
¼ lb Burger Pulled Pork Sandwich Biscuits & Gravy or French Toast
11/8/16 – Tues@ 11:30am 11/9/16 – Wed @ 5PM 11/12/16 – Sat @ 8:30am
Taco Salad Grilled Pork Loin Biscuits & Gravy or Snowflake Pancakes
11/15/16 – Tues@11:30am 11/17/16 – Thur @ 5PM 11/19/16 – Sat@8:30am
Chili & Cornbread Beer Battered Cod Biscuits & Gravy or Snowflake Pancakes
11/22/16 – Tues@11:30am 11/24/16 – Thanksgiving 11/26/16 – Sat @ 8:30
Taco Salad Turkey & Gravy

(provided by the park)


Biscuits & Gravy or French Toast
11/29/16 – Tues @11:30am
¼ lb Burger w/cheese


The first patio sale is Dec 3, 2016 and the end of season patio sale is March 4, 2017.

Place your items in your site and sale away!! Balloons will be available at any time from the Activity office.



Day Bus:    Nov. 7th and 28th, Dec. 19th, Jan 9 and 30th, Feb. 20, March 6th and 27th

Night Bus:  To be scheduled.

 There is no cost to ride the bus.  All riders receive a $10 free slot play on their Player’s card.  The bus will take you to either Wild Horse or Lone Butte Casino.  Bingo players must go to Lone Butte.  Slots can be played at either casino.  Mondays are Wild Horse Casino’s Senior Day, so if you go there you can get a $5 food coupon  at their Players Club, in addition to the $10 free slot play.

 The bus run originates at Sundance 1 RV Resort.  Please bring a picture ID and your Player’s card.  The Day Bus leaves the Activity Office at 10:00 a.m., pickup at Fairways will be a few minutes later.  The bus will get back at approximately 4:30 p.m.  The Night Bus will leave the Activity Office at 4:00 p.m. and return at approximately 10:30 p.m.

A sign-up sheet will be available in the Sundance1 RV Resort Activity Office.  For more information, please contact Dianne Felker.


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In The Good Old Days

A keyboard was a piano

A web was a spider’s home.

A virus was the flu

A cursor used profanity

A mouse pad was where a mouse actually lived.


                                                       Did You Know?…

The Activities Office is open from 8:30am to 10pm. The staff is present from 8:30-4pm seven days each week.  The following are available in that office while staff are present:

Quarters in exchange for dollars

Newspaper subscriptions for Arizona Republic and Casa Grande Dispatch

Sign-up for activities that require pre- payment

Fax and copy services for a fee

Also available in the Activities Office:

Recycle aluminum pop tabs (not cans), box tops for education, and eyeglasses for Lion’s Club

Coupons for the Military

Small lost and found items

Polo shirts, t-shirts, ball caps and visors available for sale.

Box available for food pantry donations.

Laundry room open 24/7 except for room cleaning from 5:30am-7am daily.

Please do not leave items outside of the dumpsters.

Recycling at the dumpsters has signs telling you

what goes where. Please recycle what you can.

ALL other garbage needs to be placed in a DUMPSTER.

Newspaper Stands work fine when you do not touch the door handle while you are placing your money in the slot. Wait for each coin to go completely through before putting next coin in. Once all the coins are in, then pull the door handle down. They are located in the Laundry Room.

Gate Openers are available in the Registration office.

Air Hose is located behind Hole in the Wall in front of the Maintenance Shop at the curb.

Water machine available 24/7 for 25 cents per gallon. Furnish your own container.

Bags of Cubed Ice in freezer inside the Activities Office at $1.50 per bag payable in the Activities Office.

Town Council minutes are available for all to read in the Activities Office.


Resort Reminders

Phone usage: If calling from within the park on the park’s system, you only need 2+ the site number you are calling. If your site number is only two digits, add a 0 before your site number – 2029 for site 29. If calling from your cell phone, you need 520-876-2+ the site number. If you get an intercept tone when calling someone, that site chose not to have a park phone.

Watch channel 38 on the Park’s Cable TV for the latest activities, events, schedules, and photos.

Room Usage – Please leave rooms as you found them.

Vehicles – Cars, bicycles, and golf carts are to be driven on the roadways only. Resort rules do not allow them to be driven throughout the resort buildings. Please remember to use the bike racks.

Hole in the Wall temperature is based on the activity involved. Please remember to bring a sweater or jacket if you’re sitting still.




































Laundry room open 24/7 except for room

cleaning from 5:30am-7am daily.


Recycling at the dumpsters has signs telling you

What goes where. Please recycle what you can.


Newspaper Stands work fine when you do not touch the door handle while you are placing your money in the slot. Wait for each coin to go completely through before putting next coin in. Once all the coins are in, then pull the door handle down.


Gate Openers are available in the Registration office.


Air Hose is located behind Hole-in-the-Wall in front of the Maintenance Shop at the curb.


Water machine available 24/7 for 25 cents per gallon. Furnish your own container.


Bags of Crushed Ice in container found near the swimming pool. $1.25 per bag.