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Between the cities of Tucson and Phoenix and not too terribly far north of the United States-Mexico border, is the town of Red Rock, Arizona. With its central location in between two major cities, as well as its easy access to so much of the wilds of the Arizonan deserts, the town of Red Rock is a great stop along a journey through the Southwestern United States. You can enjoy the bright colors of the desert and various surrounding sandstone, the stunning blue of the sky, and even the vibrancy of two major cities all without having to drive more than an hour and a half. With its central location, you will be able to get a strong sense of understanding of why people venture out to the desert when they want to escape from reality.
Red Rock does not have public transportation, though if you find yourself wanting to travel into either Phoenix or Tucson, you can park the Red Rock RV rental and take advantage of both cities' public transportation options
When you book an RV in Pinal County, be sure to take plenty of time planning your adventure. There is so much more to see than just exploring one park and thinking you’ve seen all of the Southwest. You can take a journey in every direction to learn as much about this wonderful region of the country as you can. You’re sure to meet plenty of friendly people along the way who will be able to point you in the way to go. Regardless of what you do, take plenty of water and sunscreen.
Just north on I-10 is the Picacho Peak State Park near Eloy, Arizona. With about seven miles of hiking trails throughout the park, you will be led to beautiful outlooks, up mountain peaks, and treated to stunning desert vistas. Not only that, but the park is also the site of the Civil War’s largest battle in Arizona, the Battle of Picacho Pass. You can learn all about the park history from the visitor’s center.
Just a short drive south toward Tucson is the Saguaro National Park near Marana, Arizona. The park is named for the towering saguaro cacti that dominate the landscape, which can grow to be as tall as 40 feet. You can take an easy and calm mile-long hike and see an old homestead and more cacti than you can count, or you can challenge yourself a little and hike up some of the ridges and peaks that decorate the landscape. Regardless of what hiking opportunity you choose, be sure to not overwork yourself.
If you’re looking to truly immerse yourself in the Arizona desert, then head to the Sonoran Desert National Monument near Gila Bend, Arizona. Just south of Phoenix, Sonoran is one of the most ecologically diverse deserts in all of North America. There are three mountain ranges, each somewhat creating their own mini-biomes, giving adventurers plenty of opportunity for exploration. You will see brilliant wildflowers, strong cacti, and wildlife such as bighorn sheep and the Sonoran desert tortoise. You will feel transported to another world as you journey through this biologically diverse pocket of the Southwest.
When you secure a camper rental in Red Rock, be sure to reserve a space or two at a local campground or RV park. You will be able to enjoy the stunning desert night skies at any of the nearby parks.
Just to the north of Red Rock is the Picacho / Tucson NW KOA Journey. At this KOA, guests will have access to full hookups, restroom and shower facilities, and Wi-Fi. Visitors will also have access to a pool and an on-site restaurant.
Just south of Red Rock is the Prince of Tucson RV Park. Here, guests will have access to full hookups, laundry facilities, restroom and shower facilities, and a variety of sports equipment. There is also an on-site convenience store.
When you find yourself needing to refuel your RV rental in Red Rock, your location comes in handy once again. Because Red Rock is situated along I-10, you will have easy access to a variety of options both north and south of town.
When you rent an RV in Red Rock, be sure to give yourself plenty of time to explore the local area. You will get to learn so much about the vibrant community and history of this region that you will feel as if you have become part of the community.
Just north of Red Rock is the Rooster Cogburn’s Ostrich Ranch. Don’t let the name fool you, there is so much more than ostriches at the ranch. You can feed a variety of animals, such as deer, goats, donkeys, birds of paradise, and ostriches. Not only that, but you can explore the on-site touch tank which is home to cownose stingrays.
If you didn’t get enough animal action at Rooster Cogburn’s, then head to the Tucson Petting Zoo and Funny Foot Farm. Here, you can pet goats and sheep and bunnies, and you can also pet capybaras, cavy mara, and porcupines. You can even jump on a tour to get to learn even more about the animals.
If you want to learn more about the local history, then head north to The Museum of Casa Grande in nearby Casa Grande, Arizona. You can learn about the early Native American peoples who once called this region home, the early settlers to the area, and about more recent history. The museum also plays host to a variety of events, such as tours, lectures, and even yoga.
When you rent an RV in Arizona, be sure to treat yourself to some of the local fare. What’s a trip to the American Southwest without indulging in some Arizona’s version of Mexican food. The use of hatch chiles makes the food much richer and vibrant than many SoCal and Tex-Mex options.