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There are over 604 RV rentals available from 20 local RV pro businesses and 318 private RV owners. Reserve an RV for as little as $35.00/night up to $700.00/night for higher end RV rentals. The average RV rental price in Phoenix, AZ is $148.16/night. Renting an RV on Outdoorsy is simple and easy to get started!

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Information About Phoenix, AZ

With more than 300 days of sunshine each year, Phoenix and the rest of the so-called ‘Valley of the Sun’ attract hordes of tourists and permanent relocators from the midwest and the east coast. For golfers, Phoenix is mecca: there are more than 200 golf courses and 3,600 holes to play. But for most visitors, renting an RV in Phoenix puts them on the road to the sparkling jewel in Arizona's crown. Many make the 230-mile journey to the north to witness a giant gash in the earth few places in the world can rival.

The Great Outdoors

In a land of head-spinning geology, the Grand Canyon is literally Arizona's colossal tourist draw. And it helps that getting there from Phoenix is a straightforward affair. Take Interstate 17 up to Flagstaff, then Highway 180 to Tusayan, a tiny gateway town just outside the park entrance. But in summer when everyone descends to the Grand Canyon and takes the direct route, best avoid the congestion.

Instead, while still on I-17, bypass Flagstaff and take your Phoenix rental RV Highway 89 to Cameron Trading Post. It was originally where Navajo and Hopi tribes came to barter their wares (livestock, blankets, wool) for dry goods.

Eighty miles straight ahead from Cameron Trading Post via Highway 89 is a photographer's dream. Antelope Canyon is traditionally called by the Navajo, owners of the land where the canyon is located, as "the place where water runs through rocks." It is rightly famous for its dazzling display of light against vermilion rocks sinuously carved by water and wind. Entrance to either Upper or Lower Antelope Canyon is only available via guided tours.

Not 10 miles west of Antelope Canyon is Horseshoe Bend, so named for the shape the river takes as it meanders around a rock. Park your Phoenix camper rental off Highway 89, then make the three-fourth mile hike to the top of a lookout with a breathtaking 1,000- foot drop.

Sedona, about halfway between the Grand Canyon and Phoenix, is thought to be the center of energy vortices (or vortexes, as locals prefer to call them) that emanate from the red rocks. These vortices are said to be conducive to healing, meditation and self-exploration, which perhaps explains why Sedona teems with wellness centers and yoga retreats. But if you just want to marvel at something you can actually see, then the towering and stupendously carved red rocks (with the Cathedral Rock being the most photographed) should do the trick.

Monument Valley is close to the Utah-Arizona border, so if you are planning to take your RV rental in Phoenix, Arizona on a journey onward to Arches National Park in Utah, take a few hours to breathe in the minimalist beauty of Monument Valley in the heart of Navajoland where big blue sky and big red rocks rule.

RV Parks

The Grand Canyon may be on the top of your list, but you if plan to be within striking distance of other natural wonders in Arizona, the RV park right across the Cameron Trading Post, while basic, makes you uniquely positioned to explore Antelope Canyon, Horseshoe Bend and Monument Valley on a day trip.

The Cameron Trading Post RV park is right off Highway 89 and offers full electric, water, and sewage hook-ups. Across the street is a gas station, and one mile up the road you'll find a grocery store. The South Rim entrance is only a half-hour's drive away. If you plan to hike down to the canyon or explore it by pack-mule, Cameron Trading Post offers guided tours.

If you want to be right inside the Grand Canyon National Park, rent a motorhome in Phoenix then camp in the Trailer Village on the South Rim. The campground, located in Grand Canyon Village, is paved, offers full hook-ups, has a dump station, and is walking distance to the market. Children, pets and apparently, wildlife are welcome. (Expect to be greeted by elk and mule deer upon waking up.)  Even better, you can take advantage of the free park shuttle at the entrance. A gas station right within the Grand Canyon Village is less than 15 minutes away from the RV park.

With all these wonderful amenities, it comes as no surprise that the Trailer Village is often packed, even in January, as it operates year-round. So book an RV in Phoenix and make your reservations well ahead of time to secure a space.

If you wish to see the Grand Canyon from the North Rim, drive your Phoenix camper rental to Kaibab Camper Village in Fredonia. They offer full hookups but are only open from mid-May through mid-October. A country store and full-service gas station can be found just five miles to the north at Jacob Lake Inn. From the camper village, the canyon rim is 45 miles away via the scenic North Rim Parkway.

Exploring the City

The city’s sheer size means that Phoenix brims with full hookup RV parks right within the city. Rent an RV in Phoenix and settle in for the night with your motorhome or travel trailer in one of the RV resorts. Explore the metro area using the Valley Metro Light Rail which serves downtown and central Phoenix. Valley Metro also links these areas to the airport and neighboring urban centers of Mesa and Tempe.

Visit the Desert Botanical Garden, see up close a Komodo dragon or a Galapagos tortoise at the Phoenix Zoo, admire the works of Diego Rivera, Georgia O'Keefe and Frida Khalo at Phoenix Art Museum, or learn about the history of the area at Pueblo Grande Museum and Cultural Park. For an unimpeded view of Phoenix from above, take the Valley Metro and get off at the station near East Camelback Road. You have to be physically fit to hike up the Camelback Mountain. Many hikers find it challenging, but the payoff is well worth it.

Begin your search for an RV in Phoenix and get ready for an unforgettable Arizona adventure.

RV Rentals in Phoenix, AZ

Phoenix, AZ is the perfect spot to start your next road trip. With 604 RVs for rent, travelers can find a motorhome rental to match their budget and rental needs. In Phoenix renters can choose from a selection of drivable RVs including 83 Class A, 7 Class B, 113 Class C, and 7 Camper Vans. For towable options, renters can bring their own vehicle or rent a tow vehicle and can choose from 254 travel trailers, 9 folding trailers, 25 fifth wheels, and 64 toy haulers.

There are many popular rentals in Phoenix with the average rental having a rating of 4.84. The highest rated RV rentals are 🚐 2014 Forest River Solera - Explore the Open Road with Style, Ease and Comfort, NO EXTRA FEES and featured on BuzzFeed Home Buddies!, Couples Retreat, Family Forester, and 2014 Coachman Freelander 32 bh. Outdoorsy's Phoenix RV rental marketplace allows renters to choose from rental options from professional RV rental agencies as well as RVs for rent by owner. Phoenix's most popular RV rental agencies are Arizona Pine Country RV Rentals, Hitch-N-Go RV Rentals LLC, Boho Camper Vans, Expeditions Unlimited, and Messner RV. There are 141 instantly bookable RVs in Phoenix that renters can book at a moments notice.

RV Rental Prices and Availability in Phoenix

Outdoorsy data shows the average RV rental prices for the next six months in Phoenix is $148.16 with 342 of the inventory already booked. For drivable RVs the average price is $197.57 and $115.23 for trailer rentals. The least expensive week of the year to book is February 14 - February 20 with the most expensive being April 9 - April 15. The most popular month for renting an RV in Phoenix is July with the least popular being December.

Popular RV Rental Amenities in Phoenix

Using the search filters renters can find a motorhome, camper van or trailer to rent using the criteria from 50+ filters. In the most popular RV rental amenities are: 545 stoves, 542 kitchen sinks, 541 heaters, 541 air conditioners, and 539 refrigerators. For those looking to cook, 446 have ovens, 539 have refrigerators, 523 have microwaves, and 545 have stoves. For those needing some entertainment in their RV, 474 have TVs, 495 have radios, and 451 have CD Players. For those who love to travel with their pets, there are 305 pet friendly RV rentals in Phoenix.

RV and Motorhome Rentals Nearby

Nearby to Phoenix 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, Echo Canyon Park, and Coronado National Forest. Renters also want to search these zip codes for RV rentals: 85006, Arizona, 85009, Arizona, 85013, Arizona, 85018, Arizona, 85021, Arizona, and 85023, Arizona.

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