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Discover Tempe, AZ

Search for an RV in Tempe and you’ll be on your way to unparalleled natural beauty, world-class arts, a bustling downtown district, fairs and festivals, sporting events, and much more. This is a cosmopolitan city with a lot to offer, and an RV rental in Tempe is one of the best ways to explore it all. You can nurture your body, mind, and spirit here as Tempe is full of opportunities to explore parks and trails, take advantage of a major state university campus and all it has to offer, revel in public art and history, dine on creative cuisine inspired by a conglomerate of cultures, shop until you drop, and finish with nightlife beyond compare.

Tempe welcomes families of all shapes and sizes as well as singles, couples, and groups. There’s something for everyone and all you’ll have to decide is what to do first. While you’ll have plenty to do in Tempe and the immediately surrounding area, you’ll also be close enough to Phoenix and Mesa to make quick day trips.

There are quite a few local tour companies that can take you around Tempe and even to the Grand Canyon or Sedona. In addition, if want to park the RV rental in Tempe, AZ, you can easily make use of the public bus system or Valley Metro Rail to get around the city. The Tempe Transportation Center is on the Veterans Way/College Avenue Valley Metro Rail stop. If you prefer to set your own itinerary and travel on your own power, Tempe has been designated a Bicycle-Friendly Community and the Grid Bike Share program features 300 bicycles located at 30 stations around the city. There are a few Walmart stores around town, but not all of them allow overnight RV parking, so call ahead before planting the camper for the night.

The Great Outdoors

In many ways, a Tempe motorhome rental can bring you back to the Wild West. There are parts of this beautiful area that look as if they are still untouched. And you can even see some of them on horseback with Koli Equestrian Center or The Stables at Fort McDowell.

There is no shortage of parks, preserves, and other outdoor attractions throughout Tempe and the surrounding area. The South Mountain Park and Preserve is the largest municipal park in the entire country; it spans over 16,000 acres and has a multitude of trails to suit any mood from strolling to sweating. In the Papago Park is the beautiful and education Desert Botanical Gardens, where you can see and learn about desert flora and fauna all year around.

For those who want to get their feet wet, Tempe Town Lake covers 220 acres in the city. It is renowned across the state for its five miles of walking paths lined with local and locally-inspired art. You can also enjoy paddle boarding, kayaking, or paddle boats. Rentals are available, so you do not have to bring your own in the Tempe travel trailer rental.

RV Parks

Apache Palms RV Park could be a good site to set up camp with the RV rental by owner in Tempe, AZ. This is a family-owned and operated resort that takes pride in treating its guests as part of the family. You can enjoy a heated swimming pool and whirlpool, access to laundry facilities, and free WiFi and cable. Elite RV sites offer picnic tables and grills, and a  light rail station is only steps from the park entrance.

Very close to Tempe is the Scottsdale RV Ranch, which is heavily wooded and a haven from the sometimes-blistering desert sun. This ranch features some spaces that are three times as wide as typical RV parking spaces so that visitors can enjoy a bit of privacy. You can also enjoy the outdoor pool in season.

The Twin Palms RV Park is a small, friendly, beautifully landscaped park and most individual spaces also have shrubbery or other foliage. It offers clean, tiled restrooms and showers, laundry facilities, security, cable and WiFi. Pets are welcome and private mailboxes are available.

Visiting Elks can rent space on a first-come, first-serve basis at the Tempe Elks Lodge, which includes a grill and picnic area, lodge room, social club, and game room. All sites have full hookups with electric, water, sewer, and WiFi.

Exploring the City

Tempe is temperate, which means that there is plenty to do all day, every day, all year around. When you rent an RV for your vacation, the sky’s the limit.

The Phoenix Zoo covers 125 acres and hosts 1,200 animals plus a petting zoo to get up close and personal. If that’s not enough, Sea Life Arizona is an interactive aquarium with thousands of aquatic denizens. Shopping opportunities range from antique to boutique with something for everyone. There is a lot of food to eat and a lot of beer to drink.

Museums and music range from fine to funky and everything in between. Special events throughout the year include the Festival of the Arts, Boat Parade, Opening Night Parade, baseball’s Cactus League Spring Training, and the Rock’n’Roll Arizona Marathon and Half-Marathon. Don’t miss Tempe Beach Park, which hosts over 75 special events each year on its own.

Budget-friendly activities in Tempe are numerous and include the splash pad at Tempe Marketplace and the 5,000-square-foot water play facility in The Cloud at Kiwanis Park. There are also public art exhibits throughout the city including SheTempe along Mill Avenue and the Air Apparent Skyspace at Arizona State University. Enjoy live music Saturday evenings at Tempe Marketplace, and gain some knowledge at the Tempe History Museum, and the Gallery of Scientific Exploration at ASU.

RV Rentals in Tempe, AZ

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

There are many popular rentals in Tempe. Outdoorsy's Tempe 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 Tempe 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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Local Hiking Trails

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

Nearby Dumpstations

RV Traders (Adobe RV Sales)

11111 E Apache Trail Apache Junction, AZ 85208
General Repair, Parts Sales (D)

Rest Stop

Rest Area EB Lake Roosevelt, AZ 85006
Eastbound, Westbound, Restrooms, (R)

Rest Stop

Turnout Maricopa-Stanfield, AZ 85139
Eastbound, Picnic Table, No Facilities (R)

Rest Stop

Rest Area EB Gila River, AZ 85122
Eastbound, 16 truck parking spaces, Restrooms, Picnic Table, Vending, Pets, Handicap (R)

Dillons RV

10310 East Apache Trail Apache Junction, AZ 85220
General repair, Parts Sales (SR)

Rest Stop

Turnout Maricopa-Stanfield, AZ 85139
Westbound, 5 truck parking spaces, Picnic Table, No Facilities (R)

Rest Stop

Rest Area WB Superior, AZ 85530
Eastbound, Westbound, Restrooms, Town (R)

Rest Stop

Rest Area WB Gila River, AZ 85122
Westbound, 16 truck parking spaces, Restrooms, Picnic Table, Vending, Pets, Handicap (R)

East Valley RV Specialists

10020 East Apache Trail Apache Junction, AZ 85120
General Repair, Parts Sales (D) (SR)

Main Street RV

10934 E. Apache Trail Apache Junction, AZ 85120

Nearby Campgrounds

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.

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.

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.

Seyenna Vistas RV Resort

campground Mesa, AZ
If you love beautiful scenery, skies that go on for miles, and the spirit of the southwest, park your RV at Seyenna Vistas RV Resort in Mesa, Arizona and experience the relaxing way of life that locals enjoy each and every day. At Seyenna Vistas RV Resort, you will get to lounge in luxury and take part in a vacation getaway that will heal your body and cleanse your spirit. Seyenna Vistas RV Resort is a contemporary campground in which you can spend your days exploring Mesa and Phoenix or relax poolside with a cold beverage in hand. Mesa is a popular vacation destination for those who are looking to escape the cold frigid temperatures most other areas of the country experience during the winter months. You will get to enjoy the splendor of the Superstition Mountains and partake in some shopping and fine dining while you are in town.

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.

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.

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.

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