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Since the 1860s, the town of Florence, AZ, has been a town full of prosperity and charm. This wonderful community was founded by Levi Ruggles, a Civil War veteran who saw the great agricultural potential of the valley. Since its humble beginnings as a classic old west town, Florence has grown into an amazing destination in central Arizona. Florence is located between Phoenix, the state capital of Arizona, and Tucson.
You can book an RV in Florence if you feel like basking in the desert sun or enjoying the comfortable climate of the Southwest. Aside from easy access to the two largest cities in the state, Florence is within driving distance of incredible desert scenery, impressive mountains, and majestic forests that you can seek out when you rent an RV. If you are a fan of history, the town is essentially one giant historic landmark with old antiquated buildings at every turn. If you weren’t already convinced that Florence is a fantastic place to rent an RV, it has the country’s oldest junior rodeo and plays host to the Country Thunder Music Festival each year in April.
Arizona is incredibly diverse, with many different types of ecosystems scattered throughout the state. Desert is what most people think of when it comes to Arizona, but there are some incredible forests and mountain ranges that are perfect for hiking when you rent an RV in Florence. Picacho Peak State Park is just off of Interstate 10 between Tucson and Phoenix and quite easy to get to from Florence. The park has meadows of wildflowers, serene desert landscapes, and a prominent peak from which it gets its name. Picacho Peak is over 3,000 feet tall, created from molten lava that bubbled from the surface of the Earth millions of years ago. In addition to its scenery, the park has historical value too; it was the site of a few Civil War skirmishes, which did not happen west of the Mississippi River. Tonto National Forest sits east of Phoenix and is nearly three million acres of desert wilderness and epic canyons. More than six million people head to the sprawling forest each year to enjoy some of the state's best recreation areas. You can beat the heat and swim, fish, boat, or jetski in the Horseshoe and Bartlett Reservoirs. There are also eight wilderness areas with dozens of campgrounds where you can camp with your Florence RV rental.
Sonoran Desert National Monument is a fantastic find yourself after you rent an RV and are eager to explore the mysteries of the Sonoran Desert. This incredible desert paradise south of Phoenix is home to several endangered animals and some of the most breathtaking night skies imaginable.
Arizona is blessed with some of the country’s best-known national parks, like Grand Canyon National Park and Petrified Forest National Park. However, Saguaro National Park is the easiest to get to from town by means of your Florence camper rental. Saguaro National Park exists in two different sections on either side of Tucson. There are stunning views at both sunset and sunrise, featuring fiery skies with hints of indigo, scarlet, and fuchsia. The night skies at Saguaro National Park are unbelievably clear so stargazing into the darkest depths of the cosmos is quite the experience while camping out in your Florence RV rental.
When it comes to camping, there are a few RV parks near Florence that you can utilize during your trip. Skyline RV Resort is for adults over the age of 55. It also has an in-ground pool, recreation hall, putting green, workout center, and a library too.
Picacho / Tucson NW KOA is quite close to Picacho Peak State Park and could be a nice place to park your camper overnight. The campground is right off the highway with its own pool and dog park. You could, of course, opt to camp at Picacho Peak State Park itself if you like basic camping with none of the amenities or frills. No matter where you decide, the splendid desert landscapes of Arizona are never far.
Florence is a bustling small town and one of the best suburban areas between Tucson and Phoenix. Believe it or not, there are lots of fun activities, informational tours, historical buildings, and museums to make use of while you rent an RV in Florence. Pinal County Historical Museum is a great place to start, especially if you like to learn about the towns you visit. This excellent institution lets patrons step back in time to the old west, where outlaws, cowboys, and bounty hunters had frequent shootouts in town. There are lots of lovely antiques housed in the museum, including a well-preserved carriage from over 100 years ago. McFarland State Historic Park is another fabulous resource when it comes to learning about history. The park is home to dozens of old landmark buildings built over 100 years ago.
There are several wineries and breweries in and around Florence and plenty of historic buildings to see when you stroll through town on foot. This pedestrian-friendly town also has quite a few shopping plazas and restaurants to feed yourself if you don’t like cooking.