Best RV Parks in Arizona

RV Parks in Arizona

If you prefer a few more amenities than typically found in state parks, there's an Arizona RV park that's perfect for you.

How many RV parks are in Arizona?

There are more than 500 RV parks in Arizona to choose from. Whether you're looking for a quiet spot in the desert or a place to enjoy all the activities that Arizona has to offer, you'll find an RV park that's just right for you.

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Grand Canyon RV Parks

Grand Canyon is one of the most famous national parks in the U.S. Its majestic beauty is unrivaled, and there are plenty of activities here to keep you busy. If you're planning on visiting the Grand Canyon, the following two RV parks are worth checking out.

Grand Canyon Camper Village is the only RV park at the South Rim of the Grand Canyon. It's situated just 1 mile from the park entrance, making it a convenient place to stay. The park has electric hookups and can accommodate RVs up to 40 feet in length. There are also cabins available for rent if you're not traveling in an RV.

Kaibab Camper Village is located in northern Arizona at the North Rim of the Grand Canyon. This park is smaller than Grand Canyon Camper Village, with only 38 RV campsites. But it's also much quieter and more scenic, making it a great choice if you're looking for peace and serenity. Both parks offer WiFi, laundry facilities, and showers.

Flagstaff RV Parks

Flagstaff is a popular stop on the way to the Grand Canyon, and there are several RV campgrounds in the area to choose from. Flagstaff KOA is one of the best RV parks in Flagstaff, and it's easy to see why. This spacious campground has almost 200 sites with full hookups, and it offers a variety of amenities, including a swimming pool, playground, and dog park.

If you're looking for something a little smaller and more off the beaten path, check out Greer's Pine Shadows RV Park. This park has 81 sites, is located in a beautiful pine forest, and offers plenty of peace. It also has full hookups and WiFi.

Sedona RV Parks

If you're looking to explore the red rocks of Sedona, there are several RV parks in the area. Rancho Sedona RV Park is a pet-friendly RV resort with 84 sites and all the amenities you need, including WiFi, laundry facilities, and a swimming pool.

Another option is Oak Creek Mobilodge. This park has a more rustic feel, with cabins instead of traditional RV sites. But it's located right on Oak Creek, giving you easy access to some of the most beautiful scenery in Sedona.

Tucson RV Parks

Tucson is a great place to stay if you want to explore southern Arizona. There are several RV parks in the area, but one of the best is Lazydays KOA. This park has more than 400 sites and offers a wide range of amenities, including a swimming pool, hot tub, and fitness center.

If you're looking for RV camping near Saguaro National Park, check out Desert Trails 40+ RV Park. This park is specifically designed for adults aged 40 and over. It's smaller than some of the other parks in Tucson, has 225 sites, and has all the amenities you'll need, including WiFi and laundry facilities.

More Arizona RV Parks

No matter what part of the state you're visiting, there's an Arizona RV park that can accommodate you.

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Recent Arizona RV Parks Reviews

Apr 11, 2024

"Too Expensive for what is offered"

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First, the daily rate was $54.99 BUT then there are additional fees that add up to $69.86 a night. The days I was there were very cold over night and there was no heat tape or insulation on the water spigots so they froze up. The pool was closed. Dogs are allowed but not welcomed. The park rules state walk your dog in the forest - there...
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lbfreder02
6 reviews
Apr 11, 2024

"Great place to discover the area"

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Called for a spot last minute and we were accommodated by a nice lady at the park. It's not a resort, but that's not what we look for. Good level gravel pull through site with easy full hookups.

MrBill16
39 reviews
Apr 09, 2024

"Pricey modern campground with rocky lawns but nice views"

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We stayed here for one night while traveling between Kanab and Bluff. When you turn off of Coppermine Road, make the first right to drive to the office, where there are a few RV parking spaces for checking in. This year-old campground is a mix of pull-through and back-in sites organized in multiple rows and loops, plus about a dozen...
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bcswartz
136 reviews
Apr 08, 2024

"Not Well Maintained. "

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We were two class a motor coaches staying at this park for two days. The sewer connections were buried with rubble. One connection was blocked and caused a spill. Lot of mud getting to the gravel and unleveled parking spots. Laundry room was dirty. The park had the appearance of neglect. We will not return.

Quartzsite, AZ

Quail Run RV Park

Apr 07, 2024

"Best Spot In Town"

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Stayed overnight after driving into and leaving a few other parks in town that were far less attractive. This one had more rigs in it so it appeared that plenty of others know this is the best. The location is a little further off the highway and so it is quiet. The grounds, laundry room, and bathrooms are immaculate. Carol is lovely, running...
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camper-790549
4 reviews