Mobile home park near Scottsdale on tribal land faces closure after 50 years

Roadrunner Lake Resort

By Nathan J. Fish |  The Republic

Residents of a 55-plus mobile home park on the Salt River Reservation near Scottsdale, some of who have lived there for decades, will be forced to move when a lease held by the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community is allowed to expire next year.

The mobile home park, Roadrunner Lake Resort, is home to hundreds of residents who live in the community near Casino Arizona on the Salt River Reservation along 92nd Street, just south of McDowell Road and east of the Loop 101 freeway. The park has more than 600 spaces.


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