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Chino Valley, Arizona is a small town, located in the central portion of the state. The nearest large city is Flagstaff, around 80 miles to the northeast, while Phoenix is a little over 100 miles to the south. The town's name comes from the Spanish word for the unique, curly grass that is native to the local area. Situated off of Route 89, the town is nestled between the Coconino National Forest and the Prescott National Forests. These both provide ample recreational opportunities for you to enjoy during your outdoor vacation.

Wineries, breweries and a slew of local restaurants dot the area. Besides these, museums, a zoo and various adventure-based attractions are offered locally, for your enjoyment. The town is located in a mountainous region that offers countless outdoor recreational activities.

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The Great Outdoors

When you book an RV in Chino Valley, you will have access to several recreational locations, including Watson Lake Park. The main attraction at this site is the water sports that are available, though rock climbing, camping and picnicking are other activities are also offered here. During the summer season, equipment rental is also available.

The Prescott Peavine National Recreation Trail can be found in nearby Prescott. This six-mile trail was built on an old railroad grade and offers hiking, biking, and horseback riding opportunities. The trail provides chances for viewing the local landscape as well as spotting local wildlife.

The National Forests that surround this area provide numerous opportunities for outdoor enjoyment. Hiking, picnicking, camping, and various scenic drives are available. This locale also provides chances to view local wildlife. This portion of Arizona can see snow in the winter months, so please check with rangers for current conditions of National Forest roads and trails.

RV Parks

When you rent a motorhome in Chino Valley, AZ, you will need somewhere to park it for the night. As it is located so close to so many recreational opportunities, this area caters to out-of-town visitors.

Point of Rocks RV Campground is located in nearby Prescott. It is conveniently located directly off the main route through town, so you should have no issues reaching the park. The camp offers full hookup sites for your RV and is pet-friendly. In addition, the park provides WiFi, laundry and bathroom facilities. The campground can only accommodate stays of less than one month in length.

Willow Lake RV Park is also in Prescott and is open year-round. The site features pool access, full RV hookups, bathrooms, laundry facilities, WiFi, cable and a store. Please call for information regarding long-term stays.

Should you need a quick overnight stay, you could consider Walmart, gas stations, or larger grocery stores. Because the area is so rural, there is only one Walmart locally, in the town of Prescott Valley. Camping may be allowed here, just check with the manager to get permission. The town also features several grocery stores and local gas stations that might meet your needs. Please check with the managers of these locations regarding overnight camping options. Being located near the mountains, RV rental near Chino Valley is common, therefore, you should be able to find great amenities.

Exploring the City

There’s a multitude of attractions near Chino Valley that provide a variety of fun for people of all ages. The Smokis Museum is located nearby, in Prescott, AZ. This site showcases the history and culture of the local American Indian tribes that first settled this wild land. Various cultural events are also held here throughout the year, please call for a current schedule. Your luxury RV rental in Chino Valley, Arizona will give you the opportunity to tour around the local area.

The Heritage Park Zoo is located less than 20 miles to the south in Prescott. This attraction is actually a non-profit, animal sanctuary that showcases a variety of creatures, many that aren't native to North America. This site's claim to fame is that it features one of the largest offerings of tarantulas in the Southwest. So if you're interested in creepy crawlies, this is the place for you!

The Phippen Museum is also located in Prescott. This site showcases the history and "Old West" culture of the local area. It also features the work of several local artists. Please call for current hours as they may vary based on the season.

If it’s a relaxing vacation and quiet mountains that you are seeking, consider a camper rental in Chino Valley. Enjoy the local fare, go for a hike, and take in the beautiful landscape. Rent an RV in Chino Valley, AZ and explore this Southwestern state!

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