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Discover Mesa, AZ

Do visions of cowboys, desert skies, and wide open trails get your heart racing? As the third largest city in Arizona, Mesa is saturated with rich lore surrounding the Superstition Mountains and the city’s exciting Wild West past. No matter the season, sunny skies shine down on Mesa’s desert climate, warming the skin and spirit of anyone choosing to explore Mesa by renting an RV. When you rent an RV in Mesa you will be guaranteed to experience southwestern charm and excitement. Mesa, Arizona is truly a dream for anyone who wants to rent an RV.

The Great Outdoors

Located in the middle of the Arizona desert, Mesa has a unique climate and beauty all its own. Mesa offers a wide variety of outdoor sights and activities to explore. If you’ve brought the whole family along on your RV rental trip in Mesa, you can visit the renovated Pioneer Park, which features a unique playground where the structures are designed after the trees in the park.

Mesa fully embraces its Wild West roots in many ways. If the eerie history of the Superstition Mountains has caught your attention, you can take your rental RV in Mesa on a day trip on the Apache Trail through the mountains, which includes sights like a replica mining camp and a mountain lake. The Apache Trail leads to Lost Dutchman State Park, located just outside of Mesa, close to the Superstition Mountains. Nowhere else in Arizona is the majesty of the Southwest displayed better than in Mesa. The cowboy spirit in you will feel right at home on one of many scenic, professionally guided tours of the area. Or if you want to scout on your own, you’ll find camping and trail hiking at Usery Mountain Regional Park, which provides plenty of wide open space as well as access to the unique wind caves and nature center. Enjoy biking on the winding trails of the City of Mesa Desert Trails Bike Park.

RV Parks

Mesa is one of the best cities in Arizona to rent an RV for vacationing. RV rentals in Mesa are common, so you’ll find lots of friendly folks on your travels. Mesa Regal is the largest RV resort in Arizona, which not only includes over two thousand RV sites, but also a restaurant, pools, a spa, and much more, making it almost like a town in its own right. Green Acres RV Park is a charming and well-appointed RV Park that is centrally located in the city for easy access no matter which direction you’re headed in. There are also several RV dump stations located within the Mesa city limits.

Outside of Mesa, you can easily travel to nearby Chandler, which has a wealth of wetland parks sprinkled among the desert as well as many sights such as the Solar System Walk. Also close is Tempe, a thriving city where visitors can enjoy sporting events, outdoor festivals, and concerts all year round. To begin your travels, search for an RV in Mesa.

Exploring the City

Mesa provides an exciting, dynamic blend of cultural, historical, and natural attractions. No matter what you’re searching for, Mesa will steal your heart and your attention. Mesa is home to many historic properties that showcase impressive architecture, engineering, and innovation, such as the Straunch-Fuller House and the Sirrine House. Soak in the culture and history at one of the many museums in Mesa, including the Mesa Contemporary Arts Museum and the Mesa Historical Museum. For something different, you can find many historical spots along the way in Mesa, including the Buckhorn Baths Motel, an interesting slice of history built in 1939.

If you’re looking to plan a day of shopping and traveling on foot, Superstition Springs in East Mesa includes a busy shopping center with many popular name brand stores and an amphitheater. There are also many other shopping centers around the city so you can get your fill of retail fun. If you’re in the mood for some grub, you’ll find delicious American fare and pub food at many popular places. There are also many excellent options for Italian cuisine and other worldly fare in Mesa. Whatever it is that your taste buds are craving, you’re sure to find a restaurant nearby that will satisfy them.
Mesa contains many gas stations and convenience stores all throughout the city, so you’ll be able to get anything you need on the go fast for your rental RV in Mesa. The city is home to many Walmart supercenters throughout the city, most of which are open 24 hours to suit your needs no matter what time it is. Three of these conveniently located Walmarts run along I-60, otherwise known as Superstition Freeway. If you’re looking to experience excitement and adventure on your RV rental journey, then Mesa is the place for you. Book an RV in Mesa today to begin the experience of a lifetime.

RV Rentals in Mesa, AZ

Mesa, AZ is the perfect spot to start your next road trip.

There are many popular rentals in Mesa. Outdoorsy's Mesa RV rental marketplace allows renters to choose from rental options from professional RV rental agencies as well as RVs for rent by owner.

RV and Motorhome Rentals Nearby

Nearby to Mesa are a number of National, State and Local parks. Travelers can easily rent RVs and motorhomes near Grand Canyon National Park, Coconino National Forest, Lost Dutchman State Park, Havasupai Indian Reservation, and Echo Canyon Park.

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What's around Mesa, AZ

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Local Hiking Trails

Hiking Trail City State
Bear Canyon to Seven Falls Trail Tucson Arizona
Cholla Trail Phoenix Arizona
Wind Cave Trail Mesa Arizona
Cathedral Rock Trail Sedona Arizona
Peralta Trail Gold Canyon Arizona
Hieroglyphic Trail Gold Canyon Arizona
Echo Canyon Summit Trail Phoenix Arizona
Flatiron Via Siphon Draw Trail Apache Junction Arizona
Tom's Thumb Trail Scottsdale Arizona
Piestewa Peak Summit Trail #300 Phoenix Arizona

Nearby Campgrounds

Five Star RV & Mobile Park LLC

campground Chandler, AZ
Five Star RV & Mobile Park LLC in Chandler, Arizona provides an excellent location for travelers in recreational vehilcles The park is family owned and operated for over 50 years by people who seek to provide superb facilities for their guests. The park is managed by the granddaughter of the founder and her husband who live in the center of the facility. The park has accommodations for Motor Coaches class A,B,C, travel trailers, fifth wheels, and more. There are many sites on the grounds for vehicles up to 70 ft.of back in space. The park is quiet and friendly. Pets are welcome, and there are many amenities available. The amenities include full hookup including electricity, water, sewage, and refuse. WIFI is provided free of charge. Laundry facilities are located within walking distance. Many other attractions and are close including beautiful downtown Chandler, museums, a winery, restaurants, and more. The location is perfect for travelers with easy access to Interstate 10.

Destiny Phoenix RV Park

campground Goodyear, AZ
Celebrate the spirit of the Old West and book an RV reservation at Destiny Phoenix RV Park in Avondale, Arizona. You will get to spend your days exploring the desert and surrounding cities and retreat back to your campsite at night to enjoy delicious cookouts and good company. This RV park offers all of the amenities of a fine resort while still giving you the opportunity to camp like a cowboy. At Destiny Phoenix RV Park, you will have access to full service hookups and a variety of different leisure activities. They offer a heated pool and sauna for you to relax in as well as a fitness center. You can spend some time at the club house or stroll the property admiring all of the beauty. There is an abundance of fruit trees at the park for your snacking pleasure. Make this park your home away from home.

Heard Museum

attraction Phoenix, AZ
A museum where you can learn about Native arts and cultures, through a unique personal point of view. Heard Museum collaborates with Native people to present their stories, arts and cultures. You can see exhibits by Friday Kalho, and several exhibits that showcase South Western Native peoples.

Apache Palms RV Park

campground Tempe, AZ
There are lots of things to see and do in Tempe, Arizona, and it can be great to park up your RV and explore by public transport. This can go a long way to making a holiday more relaxing, and is a great way for the designated driver to see more of the city. Apache Palms RV Park is well situated in Tempe, being close to the Metro Light Rail, and also has key facilities for larger and smaller vehicles, such as big rig access and pull-thru sites. It is family friendly, and welcomes pets, and has a heated pool and a spa ? a real bonus when visiting a destination that can get so hot in the afternoons. Expect to see palm trees, along with a rather special saguaro cactus named ?Josephine? in this desert landscape. Winter visits should also look out for the citrus fruit that grows here.

Camelback Mountain

attraction Phoenix, AZ
Amazing views await at the top of this hiking trail, with an elevation of 2,704 feet. You can enjoy wilderness in the middle of an urban jungle. The unique geology, fauna, and flora will leave you with long lasting memories.

Desert Shadows RV Resort

campground Phoenix, AZ
Located in North Phoenix, just off the I-17, you can call this park your home away from home. You'll be conveniently located next to the best golf courses, shopping malls, grocery stores, banks, restaurants and more. With 638 spacious sites to choose from and excellent amenities you'll feel comfortable here. Easy access in your RV rental for the first or last night of your trip.

Desert Botanical Garden

attraction Phoenix, AZ
Enjoy the spectacular beauty of the desert through a variety of tours and activities, in fact there are activities for all ages and tastes. Take a night tour and experience the sights, sounds of the desert at night, morning birding tours, conferences, and more.

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Recommendations for Mesa, AZ from Outdoorsy Owners

Absolutely beautiful sunsets here. Best time of non-summer months as it gets very hot. Great hiking trails and fun little town near by to explore.

Jun 5, 2018