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Trailers you can tow with passenger vehicles or SUVs. A great way to transform average cars into adventure cars.
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Living quarters in the front with dedicated space for hauling motorcycles or other “toys” in the back.
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Popular with small families and first-time RV drivers who want a little more room than a van. Comparable to driving a truck.
The smallest and nimblest of fully enclosed RVs. Drives like a van. Loves posing for Instagram.
A formal-sounding name for camper van, but just as photogenic.
Drivers should be comfortable driving bus-sized vehicles and dealing with parking limitations. Great for delivery.
If you can drive a truck, you can drive a truck camper. Makes roughing it significantly less rough.
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Search for an RV in Sedona and you’ll be headed to an area known as the “Most Beautiful Place on Earth.” Sedona is widely recognized for its scenery as well as its scenes. The region is home to spectacular natural beauty as well as beautiful art made to celebrate the beauty of the surrounding landscape. It’s also considered to be a place of spirituality - even the Smithsonian has written about Sedona’s “mysterious energy field” - and no matter what faith you follow, if any, you’ll find your heart and mind fulfilled here.
You can enjoy art, culture, shopping, dining, sports, recreation, music, nightlife, and more. There’s something for everybody no matter your age, gender, or travel companions. Your rental RV in Sedona opens up a world of adventure and you’ll love every single minute of it.
There’s no shortage of things to do with the best RV rental in Sedona, but if you should get the urge to venture a bit farther, you can easily reach Flagstaff. Phoenix and the Grand Canyon. It may be a bit of a drive to reach them, but worth it if you want to see the area. Take to the road with your Sedona camper rental and you won’t regret the adventure.
Transportation options consist of the Verde Lynx bus service, the Arizona Shuttle, and the Ace Xpress Shuttle Service. There are also plenty of guided tour options including Jeep tours, hot air balloon tours, and horse and mule tours.
The city parks department is proud of the many facilities it operates. They include the Posse Grounds Park, Sunset Park and Splash Park, Sedona Dog Park, Bike Skills Park, Sedona Wetland Preserve, Botanical Garden, Jordan Historical Park, and the Ranger Station Park Project. The city also maintains two trailheads for entry onto U.S. Forest Service land, Margs Draw Trail and Sugarloaf Trail, and the Sedona Bicycle Plan, and the Trails and Urban Pathways Plan.
Other outdoor adventures await, such as climbing Sedona’s famed red rocks, fishing, golf, horseback riding, rafting, skiing, Segway tours and rentals, ATV and motorcycle tours and rentals, and ziplining.
Rancho Sedona is a year-round RV park where you can stay when you book a Sedona RV rental. Sites are shaded, spacious, and include electricity, water, sewer, cable, and WiFi. There is fishing, hiking, and mountain biking available in the park itself as well as restroom and shower facilities and on-site laundry. The park is dog friendly and there is waterfront access.
The Verde Valley RV & Camping Resort is another place to stay with your Sedona travel trailer rental. It is operated by Thousand Trails, one of the largest providers of RV resorts and campgrounds in North America. Sites include electrical, water, and sewer hookups as well as picnic tables and barbecue pits. Resort amenities are plentiful and include a clubhouse, a hot tub, a store, biking and hiking trails, miniature golf and shuffleboard, a game room, a recreational area, WiFi, and a dog park.
The Pine Flat Campground West is part of the Coconino National Forest and is operated by the U.S. Forest Service. The entire area is wooded and most sites are heavily shaded. The single-unit sites do not include electrical service. The campground does offer picnic tables, campfire rings, cooking grills, vault restrooms, and drinking water. Coin-operated showers are available at a neighboring campground.
Sedona has everything you could imagine plus some things that you might never have imagined. A Sedona motorhome rental lines you up for UFO tours, meditation retreats, wineries with tours and tasting rooms, metaphysical vortex tours, and so much more. You can also visit the internationally renowned Tlaquepaque Arts & Crafts Village, the Sedona Arts Center, and any number of galleries featuring any number of diverse artists and art mediums.
Shopping opportunities are equally varied, ranging from crafts to cooking to housewares to bazaars and more. There is lots of live music and lots of nightlife for the adults to enjoy. Learn more about Sedona at the Sedona Heritage Museum. Sedona is a hotbed for public art and there are exhibits everywhere, including the Verde Valley Medical Center, the Sedona Public Library, Sedona City Hall, Main Street, and Gallery Row.
Sedona also loves music and you can time your Sedona RV rental by owner vacation to catch one or more of this city’s musical events, such as the Sedona Jazz on the Rocks Festival, Sedona Bluegrass Festival, Chamber Music Sedona, and the Red Rock Music Festival. Other special events that you can take enjoy include the Sedona International Film Festival, the Sedona Solstice Festivals, the Cinco de Mayo Chili Cook-Off, Day of the Dead, Festival of Lights, Sweet Stroll, and Gumption Fest.