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Hotel Options in Tucson

    3 Palms Tucson North Foothills

    3 Palms Tucson North Foothills

    7411 N Oracle Rd, Tucson, AZ, 85704
    The price is $50 per night from Dec 22 to Dec 23
    $50
    per night
    Dec 22 - Dec 23
    4/5 Very Good! (2,420 reviews)
    Hotel McCoy - Art, Coffee, Beer, Wine

    Hotel McCoy - Art, Coffee, Beer, Wine

    720 W. Silverlake Road, Tucson, AZ, 85713
    The price is $92 per night from Dec 6 to Dec 7
    $92
    per night
    Dec 6 - Dec 7
    4.7/5 Exceptional! (1,686 reviews)
    Loews Ventana Canyon Resort

    Loews Ventana Canyon Resort

    7000 N Resort Dr, Tucson, AZ, 85750
    The price is $179 per night from Dec 11 to Dec 12
    $179
    per night
    Dec 11 - Dec 12
    4.4/5 Excellent! (1,000 reviews)

RV Parks

Tucson RV parks for your next vacation
Spend your next getaway soaking in the freedom of the open road. Hear the rumble of tires on pavement and see new sights every time you look out your window. Go wherever you want, whenever you want—and take your house with you. Wait, really? Yes. To get the most out of your next vacation, check out the RV sites in Tucson.

RV camping is the ultimate convenience
The sense of community among RVers can’t be beat. Enjoy the welcoming atmosphere at Tucson RV campgrounds. You’ll make new friends for life, and your kids and even pets will, too. You can’t beat the convenience, either. Full hook-ups, which typically include electricity, water and sewer, make RV camping feel just like home. Cook up a nice meal or set up the grill and meet the neighbors. When you’re RVing, all you need for a good time is a few camping chairs, a cooler and an ice-cold beer. 

If you want a little bit more from your trip, RV resorts in Tucson might have the amenities you’re looking for. Options like Wi-Fi, swimming pools, general stores, shuttle transportation to nearby attractions, and more can all be on offer when you’ve got an RV park in your future.