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Catalina, Arizona is a small town, located in the southern portion of the state. Situated off of Route 77, Catalina is less than 25 miles north of Tucson. With both a State Park and a National Forest located nearby, this area offers ample recreational opportunities.

Museums, historical sites and trails, and a slew of local restaurants dot the area. Besides these, theaters, spas, escape rooms and various tours are also available for your enjoyment. There are several parks spread throughout the region, with walking paths and picnicking available, among other activities.

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The Great Outdoors

When you book an RV in Catalina, you will have access to several unique recreational locales, including the Catalina State Park, which is open year-round. Some buildings or roads may be closed during the wet season, please check with park rangers for current conditions. The park borders the Coronado National Forest, and provides numerous recreational opportunities including hiking, scenic drives, camping and fishing, when the water level is high. This area is also a prime place to spot wildlife.

While visiting the State Park, check out the 50-year trail. The trail is open to hiking, horseback riding and mountain biking. It is also known for its wildflowers, at certain times of the year. These provide prime photography opportunities, especially around sunset.

Located less than 40 miles from Catalina, is the Saguaro National Park. The park is known, and named, for the largest cacti species in North America, that grows locally. Hiking, camping, picnicking and scenic drives are common activities enjoyed here. Wildflowers are also abundant at certain times of the year. This is also a prime place for spotting local wildlife.

RV Parks

When you rent a motorhome in Catalina, AZ, you will need somewhere to park it for the night. As it is located near a large city, the Catalina area caters to out-of-town visitors and snowbirds alike.

The South Forty RV Ranch and Park is located in, nearby, Tucson. It is conveniently located off of I-10, so you should have no issues reaching the park. The camp offers full hookup sites, and provides WiFi, laundry and bathroom facilities, as well as pool access and a clubhouse. The camp can also accommodate short and long-term stays.

The Tra-Tel Tucson RV Park, also in Tuscon, also welcomes short and long-term stays. The site features pool access, full hookups, bathrooms, laundry facilities, WiFi, cable and a clubhouse. It is also pet-friendly.

Should you need a quick overnight stay, consider Walmart, truck stops, or larger grocery stores. There are several Walmarts located within 30 miles of town and camping may be allowed at these locations. Just check with the manager to get permission. The city also features a few grocery stores that might meet your needs and where you can refresh your supplies. Please speak with the managers of these locales regarding overnight camping options. There are also gas stations with trailer access and truck stops that provide showers within 30 miles of Catalina. Being located near a large metro area, RV rental near Catalina is common, therefore, you should be able to find great amenities.

Exploring the City

There’s a multitude of attractions near Catalina that provide a variety of fun for people of all ages. Food tours are available throughout Tucson, while zip-line adventures, guided horseback and hot air balloon rides are also available. These unique activities provide birds-eye views of the surrounding landscape, and allow for the opportunity to see areas not commonly available to the general visitor. Your luxury RV rental in Catalina, Arizona will also give you the opportunity to head outside of the city.

The Vista Sun Wheel is located around 20 miles to the south, near Tuscon. This attraction was built as a replica of the ones constructed by the American Indian tribes who frequented this area thousands of years ago. On certain days, such as the equinox, certain points on the wheel actually align with the sun.

The Biosphere 2 is located less than 15 miles from Catalina, in Oracle, AZ. This site is a research facility that is open to the public, The attraction was originally built as an experiment to show that plants could be grown in closed environments, such as on other planets or the moon, and thereby sustain human life. Guided tours are available, please call for current hours and tour reservations.

If it’s a relaxing vacation or an escape from the cold that you are seeking, consider a camper rental in Catalina. Enjoy the local fare, go for a hike, and take in the beautiful landscape. Rent an RV in Catalina, AZ, and explore this desert state!

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Popular nearby hiking trails and campgrounds

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  • 50 Year Trail, AZCatalina State Park, AZ
  • Baby Jesus Ridge Petroglyphs and Loop Trail, AZTucson, AZ
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  • HoneyBee Canyon South Trail, AZTucson, AZ
  • HoneyBee Canyon (North) Trail, AZHoney Bee Canyon Park, AZ
  • Pinal Pioneer Parkway: Oracle Junction to Florence, AZTucson, AZ
  • Sabino Canyon to Catalina State Park Trail, AZCatalina State Park, AZ
  • Nature Trail At Catalina State Park, AZCatalina State Park, AZ
  • Romero Canyon Trail to Romero Pools, AZCatalina State Park, AZ
  • Santa Catalina Mount Lemmon Loop, AZTucson, AZ

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