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The Agua Fria National Monument is located near Black Canyon City, Arizona, which is in the central portion of the state. The park is situated in a very rural portion of this arid state. The nearest larger town is Anthem, at is around 25 miles to the south. The nearest large city is Phoenix, which is around 50 miles to the south, while the larger town of Flagstaff is about 90 miles to the north.

Agua Fria National Monument is located just off of I-17, so it is very easy to find. This portion of Arizona consists of a flatter, grassland area, surrounded by rugged, arid mountains. There are a number of outdoor recreational activities that can be enjoyed here, especially in several of the national forests found in the local area. These options include hiking, biking, camping, and water sports.

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Getting Outdoors

Renting an RV near Agua Fria National Monument makes it easy to engage in many different outdoor activities. Both the Prescott and Tonto National Forests are found near the monument. Here you will find campgrounds as well as trails for hiking and biking. You can fish in the waterways or enjoy scenic drives throughout these areas.

The monument gets its name from the Agua Fria River that runs nearby. Here you can enjoy swimming and wading, fishing is an option, as well. This is also a great place to escape the frequent, hot weather that is common to this part of the country. You can also view local wildlife here, including the waterfowl that frequents the nearby waterways.

There are a number of hiking trails available around the park. These include Camelback Mountain and the Echo Canyon Trail and Recreation Area, which scramble up nearby mountains and offer expansive views of the surrounding countryside. They are both located near Phoenix, so there are views of the city available, as well. The Hole in the Rock is another popular formation that people visit.

Camping at the Agua Fria National Monument

You shouldn't have any trouble camping with an RV near Agua Fria National Monument. It is located on land operated by the federal government's Bureau of Land Management, so there are multiple, rustic campgrounds available. There are also a number of private parks that offer more amenities.

Black Canyon Ranch RV resort is in town. The campsites here offer a varying array of hookups. This park can accommodate both lengthy and short reservations. There is also a fitness room and a laundry facility. Pets are welcome here, as well, and some of the sites are shaded. Some game courts are provided, and there is a restaurant on-site.

Green'N'Lush RV Park caters to lengthy stays, so it is perfect for snowbirds. Pets are welcome here, and there are shaded trails for biking and walking. As there is so much to do in this area, many people enjoy RV camping near the Agua Fria National Monument, so it should be easy to find any services you may need or want.

Exploring the Area

When you book an RV in Yavapai County, you will find a number of interesting activities nearby. This part of the country is known to offer one of the highest concentrations of archeological sites. At these, you can learn about the ancient people who lived in this region during prehistoric times. Some things that are available to view include petroglyphs or carvings and paintings these cultures left on rocks in the area. National monument RV camping puts you within easy reach off all activities available near these locales.

The Daisy Mountain Railroad is in Anthem. This is a family-friendly park that includes a train. Families can ride this attraction that takes them through the grassy areas and around ponds that are located within the park grounds. This is a great place for your family members to stretch their legs, or to enjoy a picnic lunch.

Do you enjoy unique places to visit? Check out the Mystery Castle in Phoenix. It was constructed in the 1940s from a variety of materials, including adobe, cement, and even pieces of cars! You can also tour places such as the Pueblo Grande Museum that highlight some of the ancient cultures that originally settled in this area.

When you've been looking for a pretty place to vacation or spend the winter, where many different activities can be enjoyed, consider camping near the Agua Fria National Monument. Take a hike and view the local area, learn about an ancient culture, or visit a unique castle found nearby. Camp in an RV near Black Canyon City and enjoy your time in central Arizona.

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