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Arizona City can be found on the popular Interstate 10 corridor, making it easily accessible for anyone traveling between Phoenix and Tucson. A relatively young town, only becoming official in 1959, it is the perfect destination for your next getaway with your RV rental.

Although this city is located in the desert, the community was originally built after the discovery of deep water. This water originates from the Santa Cruz River in the Sawtooth Mountains, Idaho. Arizona City has a landscape that is scattered with mountain peaks as well as natural and man-made lakes. With plenty of activities to appreciate this scenery in new and exciting ways, there is no reason why this shouldn’t be your next destination of choice.

Arizona City provides the perfect escape for any vacationers who are looking to explore the wonderful outdoor activities. With peaks to scale, rivers to swim in and an interesting city to explore, book an RV in Pinal County today!

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The Great Outdoors

The Picacho Peak State Park is an unmissable attraction for vacationers traveling through Southern Arizona. With its 1500 feet peak piercing the horizon at every turn, it will be hard for any traveler not to be intrigued by this looming feature in the Sonoran Desert. Your Arizona City motorhome rental will help get you from place to place, however, the most rewarding parts can only be reached by foot! Hiking is the most popular way to explore the park. The Hunter Trail, a four-mile round trip which leads to the summit is not for the faint-hearted, but well worth it for the panoramic view at the summit! Stop by and visit the visitor’s center on the way in to make the most of your visit there; the staff is very friendly and informative!

Arizona City itself is located directly next to the man-made Paradise Lake that draws its water from the Santa Cruz River. This 48-acre lake is the biggest residential body of water in the State of Arizona and even has a beautiful feature fountain as the main centerpiece. Visitors are welcome to use the lake for a relaxing swim, gentle sail or scenic fishing day. Whilst there be on the lookout for the other wildlife in the area such as pelicans, turtles, and geese.

If you fancy doing something a little out of the ordinary, try discovering this beautiful region from the air. Skydive Arizona, located in Eloy, provides an exhilarating ride through the sky from 13,000 feet above land. If you like the idea of the aerial view, with a little less adrenaline rush, opt for the hot air balloon ride – an equally as beautiful once in a lifetime experience!

RV Parks

When you rent an RV rental in Arizona City, some of the nearest campgrounds are in the beautiful parks, mentioned above. This includes the picture perfect Picacho Peak State Park, which offers sites to any size of RV, with modern restroom and shower facilities nearby.

For a more serious, well organized set up, with full hook-ups for your luxury motorhome rental from Arizona City, try Quail Run RV Resort, just half a mile outside of town. This luxurious campground offers all the amenities any vacationer could wish for in a desert resort; spacious sites, full hookups including TV hook-ups, a large pool and spa, a miniature golf course and very friendly staff to help you settle in!

Being a small town, Arizona City has plenty of independently run stores and gas stations for you to visit, camping may be an option, just check with the manager for permission. If you are looking for something a little more convenient, stop off at the Walmart superstore in Casa Grande when you visit the museum! Again, just check with the manager to see if camping is allowed.

Exploring the City

For a dose of history, load up your Arizona City trailer travel rental and head a few miles out of town to Casa Grande Ruins National Monument. This is a structure that was originally built by the Hohokam Indians in the 14th century. An imposing four-story building, it is still a mystery today what this grand building was used for. Speculations say that it acted as a gathering place for the community or maybe even a trading place. Come and have a look for yourself and see if you can figure it out!

Not far from the ruins themselves you will find Case Grande Valley Historical Society and Museum. Spend at least half a day here learning about the history of the area through tours, organized lectures, workshops and even programmes for children!

Golf fanatics will absolutely love visiting the Arizona City Golf Course. This fun 18-hole course is suitable for any ability level, ideal for a family day out. Built into the lush green lands, this can provide a bit of respite from the sandy desert that surrounds the city. You will also find one of the best restaurants in the city on site. Expect an elegant atmosphere and delicious food - perfect for a post-game dinner or drinks!

If it's a taste of the warm Arizona sunshine you are seeking, consider a camper rental in Arizona City. Close to stunning parks, refreshing lakes and cities full of history, it is the perfect place to rent an RV!

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