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Discover the beauty of the desert with a stay at Arizona RV parks

Arizona is famous for its natural beauty, with the Grand Canyon and Vermilion Cliffs national parks close by. Luckily, Arizona RV parks are set in central locations where visitors can easily enjoy hiking, swimming and fishing in Arizona’s stunning natural landscape.

About Arizona RV parks

Many Arizona RV parks provide access to facilities such as laundry rooms, electric hook-ups and spacious clubhouses. Arizona RV resorts also have plenty to keep you occupied too, with swimming pools, play parks, and games areas for the little ones in many parks.

Go for a trek on horseback across the Alps of Arizona, head out for a day of hiking on the Sedona Red Rock walking trail, or take a jeep tour out into the desert. If you are thinking of bringing your own car, many RV resorts cater for vehicles of all sizes while some also offer camping facilities. In your Arizona RV park, you’ll also be close to the main attractions, and at the end of the day you can relax around your own firepit, cook up a BBQ, and log-on to the RV park’s Wi-Fi to upload your favorite photos.

Natural beauty

Thanks to its wild surroundings, Arizona RV parks are never far from the state’s best outdoor activities. Many Arizona RV parks offer outdoor sports such as biking and horse riding on-site or nearby, while maps and recommendations for outstanding walking trails can also be found at your park.

Iconic locations

As well as the Grand Canyon, there are plenty of other out-of-this-world attractions to visit, such as the Navajo Nation reserve in the northeast and Death Valley in the northern Mojave Desert. Scale the rocks to catch the best views of the desert; follow signs for Grandview Point and Lipan Point if you’re unsure where to go.

Al fresco dining

When you stay at an Arizona RV park, you and your party can pick from the countless upscale eateries near to your park or, if you prefer home cooking, there are plenty of outdoor dining options. Cook up some burgers on the campground BBQs, roast marshmallows around the campfire, or eat at your park’s on-site clubhouse.