Arizona is the number one RV destination, and if you stay there you can see why. The Grand Canyon State is rich in sunshine and scenery and poor in rainfall. The temperature remains relatively warm year-round, with temperatures easily reaching the upper 70s even in January. This makes it a haven for RVs escaping the harsh winter weather.
Where are all these RVs going? Among the best RV sites. We looked at the top ten parks in Arizona so you can find a great place to relax and enjoy this beautiful state.
Enjoy the natural beauty of northern Arizona while gazing at the stars at Meteor Crater RV Park. The park is named after its neighbor: Meteor Crater. Meteor Crater is one of the best-preserved impact craters in the world, nearly a mile in diameter. Stop by the Interactive Discovery Center to see meteorite-themed exhibits.
The complex is equipped with a clubhouse, showers and laundry facilities, an outdoor swimming pool, a 9-hole chip and putt course, bocce ball courts and many other activities. If you can get out of the park, you'll be close to all the great Lake Havasu attractions like boating, skiing, or cruising. Meteor Crater has 71 RV sites with all the amenities you'll need, including Wi-Fi, a convenience store, and full laundry and shower facilities. Good Sam Club discounts are available.
If you want to relax in the high desert of Arizona while enjoying exciting travel destinations, Tradewinds RV Park may be the perfect setting for you. Tradewinds is a short drive from the heart of Route 66 in Kingman and the beautiful Bullhead City on the Colorado River.
For bright lights and excitement, head to Las Vegas, which is less than two hours away. Tradewinds has full RV hookups, a rec room, clean spacious showers, free wifi, and offers Good Sam Club, Passport America, and AAA discounts.
The Grand Canyon Railway RV Park is your gateway to the awe-inspiring splendor of the Grand Canyon. Located in the mountain community of Williams, this park accommodates RVs of all sizes to their drop-off, buddy, or drop-off sites. If you'd rather not navigate the streets of the Grand Canyon, hop on the Williams Train to Grand Canyon National Park.
For those who want to stay in the park, there is volleyball, horseshoes, and a basketball court. Don't worry about sacrificing your comfort, as the park has full hookups, digital TV, and free Wi-Fi.
If you're in it for the long haul, Desert Shadows RV Resort is the place to be. This well-maintained park offers 638 plots for the overnight guest and full-time worker looking to put down roots. Although the community itself is a small town, it is also just a short drive from all of Phoenix's entertainment and services.
Talk about facilities. Desert Shadows features concrete decks, full hookups, pool tables, multiple clubhouses, an indoor heated pool, exercise room, and a variety of activities and classes for all ages.
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When you stay at Rancho Sedona, you'll never run out of things to do. This oasis is shaded by cottonwoods and sycamores in the village of Oak Creek. Oak Creek is surrounded by the red rock tops of the Coconino National Forest.
You are within easy reach of year-round trout fishing, hiking, swimming, and mountain biking. For the truly adventurous, Rancho Sedona offers hot air balloon and helicopter flights. For those looking to relax, the park offers a spa and golf course, and is adjacent to great restaurants and plenty of shops. On-site amenities include digital cable, free Wi-Fi, full hookups, and even concrete patios.
The Grand Canyon is the most popular tourist destination in Arizona, which is why we included two great parks. Unlike the nearby Grand Canyon Railway Park, Trailer Park Village puts you as close to the canyon's edge as possible in your RV and within park boundaries.
National parks aren't known for their RV amenities, but Grand Canyon Village does have power and water hookups. The Trailer Village RV Park is open year-round and allows your four-legged friends to enjoy your adventures with you.
Page is the place to be to enjoy Lake Powell and Wahweap is the place to be to enjoy it all. Wahweap is located approximately 400m from the shore of Lake Powell and offers over 130 complete interchanges. Wahweap also includes clean bathroom facilities, laundry facilities, and free wireless Internet throughout the camp.
The campsite has a beach where children can run around. Wahweap also has its own restaurant at the Wahweap Grille, a restaurant, lounge, and snack bar. It's a full service if you stick with Wahweap.
With its unique history and attractions, Tucson is as famous for snowbirds as it is for motorhomes. Unlike many nearby RV parks, Sentinel is located in downtown Tucson to give you a great home base for exploring the city.
The park has everything you need, including full hookup points, laundry and restrooms, plus a clubhouse and free transportation to Tucson attractions so you don't have to squeeze your big truck through the city streets. Sentinel receives top marks from the Good Sam RV Club.
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Lake Havasu is where Arizona relaxes and cools off. Start your party at Havasu RV Resort. The venues in Havasu are spacious, fully connected, and have amazing Arizona sunset views.
This is considered a luxury RV destination - expect full-time workers, snow lovers, and other regular travelers you'll meet on your travels.
If you're staying at Fort Tuthill County Park, you'll need to know how to get around, but the amenities and activities are worth it. RV sites are equipped with a picnic table and fire ring under the shade of pine trees.
For activities, you can try the high ropes course, bike park, archery, clubs for various hobbies, and much more. There are several miles of hiking trails and attractions in the Coconino National Forest. Fort Tuthill is a diverse park that offers a lot for different types of people and different ages.
Arizona has long been a top destination for both visitors and extended stays, so choosing the right park isn't too complicated. Check out these parks for a great time while cruising through the Grand Canyon State.