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Grand Canyon National Park, AZ

72 RV rentals

The Grand Canyon is likely included on just about every American’s bucket list. This iconic national landmark is recognized all around the world, and Grand Canyon National Park attracts millions of visitors each year.

Found in northwestern Arizona, approximately an hour and a half north of Flagstaff, the park’s number-one attraction will have you spellbound with its sheer size and magnificence. But there’s a whole lot more to this national park than just the views of the canyon itself, so it’s well worth your while to rent a camper near Grand Canyon National Park and spend a few days …

Lake Havasu State Park, AZ

48 RV rentals

Postcard-perfect Lake Havasu State Park lures outdoor lovers with sandy beaches, scenic nature trails, and a bevy of water sports. The lake was formed after the construction of the Parker Dam in 1938 and quickly emerged as one of the top recreation areas in Arizona. Spend the day basking on the sandy beach, cooling off in the crystalline water, and enjoying the desert landscape. London Bridge, a larger-than-life antique imported from the English capital, brings a dash of British charm to the park.

Planning a getaway to western Arizona? Book an RV in Mohave County and you can discover Lake …

Catalina State Park, AZ

598 RV rentals

Arizona seems to be the place to go to get away from the humid summer heat that encompasses much of the United States. State park RV campgrounds are the perfect place to enjoy the dry heat of the desert while exploring nature at its finest. Catalina State Park in Catalina, Arizona is located at the base of the Santa Catalina Mountains. Pull your own rig to the park or book an RV in Pima County and stay for a while. Tucson sits about 40 minutes south of Catalina State Park and offers endless activities for tourists to enjoy.

Come spend …

Lost Dutchman State Park, AZ

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Just the name alone of Lost Dutchman State Park conjures up romantic visions of buried treasure and the mysteries of the desert. This small 320-acre park 40 miles east of Phoenix packs in loads of history and activities, and supposedly a wealth of gold underneath the red dirt. In addition to great hiking and mountain biking, it's also an excellent spot for wildlife enthusiasts, bird watchers, and stargazers. It's a must-see park if you're going to book an RV in Pinal County.

Native Americans inhabited the Superstition Mountains for thousands of years, up to the 19th century. Signs of …

Dead Horse Ranch State Park, AZ

733 RV rentals

A cool climate, sunny disposition, and picturesque waterways make Dead Horse Ranch State Park one of the top outdoor recreation destinations in Arizona. Spend your days picnicking by the river, hiking through cottonwood forests, and exploring scenic paddling routes. Venture outside the park and you can discover local attractions like the Tuzigoot National Monument and Clemenceau Heritage Museum.

Planning your next adventure? RV rentals in Yavapai County make it easy to discover the Grand Canyon State. Spend a few days camping at Dead Horse Ranch State Park, then move on to other gems like the Prescott National Forest or Grand …

Picacho Peak State Park, AZ

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Home to the famous Picacho Peak in the state of Arizona, Picacho Peak State Park is located right between the cities of Casa Grande and Tucson, off Interstate 10. One side of the park opens to the stunning Sonoran Desert while its main claim to fame, Picacho Peak, summits to 3,374 feet above sea level, attracting outdoor enthusiasts to its raw beauty. The desert landscape is interesting to observe, draws folks who are looking to book an RV in Pinal County, an opportunity to explore the geographical significance of the park and its surrounding areas.

The peak …

Buckskin Mountain State Park, AZ

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Buckskin Mountain State Park is situated in Parker, Arizona and resides next to the Colorado River. The park borders California and has stunning views of the nearby Buckskin Mountains. Due to its climate, it can get to be very hot and humid, especially during the summer where temperatures can reach as high as 115-degrees Fahrenheit.

This state park often hosts events, like ice cream socials, that visitors can participate in to get to know one another as well as the park rangers. This park also has a small visitor center where you are able to stop by and learn more …

Patagonia Lake State Park, AZ

123 RV rentals

Surrounded by rolling hills and sun-drenched grasslands, Patagonia Lake State Park showcases the natural beauty of southeast Arizona. It's been welcoming outdoor enthusiasts since 1975 and is anchored by a cobalt blue lake that's perfect for swimming, fishing, and boating. Wildlife watchers will be in their element, with the chance to tick off unique species like the coatimundi and Coues whitetail deer. Venture further afield and you can discover the resplendent Patagonia and Mountain Empire region. You're also a stone's throw from the Sonoita American Viticultural Area, a sun-drenched basin famous for its cool climate and full-bodied blends.

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Cattail Cove State Park, AZ

69 RV rentals

Northwestern Arizona is all desert, mountains, and the Colorado River. But on the border of Arizona and California, three hours north of Phoenix, half an hour south of Lake Havasu City, and only an hour from Yucca is an outdoor oasis worth visiting if you’re looking to camp in an RV in this region. Cattail Cove State Park is a 2,000-acre expanse based around Lake Havasu.

The park was opened to the public in 1970. Its main draw is Lake Havasu, which is a man-made lake built about 40 years prior. When the river was dammed, the surrounding …

Roper Lake State Park, AZ

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Situated within the Gila River Valley, four miles south of the town of Safford, is Roper Lake State Park. With the 32-acre Roper Lake as its border, the zone was developed into a recreation area back in the '60s. Today, the park is a perfect place to unwind and camp in an RV near Safford.

Explore the wild and untamed nature of Arizona and learn more about the flora that inhabits this area. The landscape is a combination of horticultural terrain and desert scrub, and most of the wildlife comes from the Chihuahuan Desert.

Since the park is also …

Alamo Lake State Park, AZ

464 RV rentals

Centered at Alamo Lake, and about 38 miles north of Wenden, sits one of the Arizona state park system’s best kept secrets, Alamo Lake State Park. It is one of the more remote of state parks and is accessed through a two-lane road that is paved. US Route 93 is to the east and US Route 60 to the south. Sitting on the shores of Alamo Lake which is a recreational and flood control reservoir, search for an RV in La Paz County and experience what makes Alamo Lake State Park a stargazer’s paradise while camping in the immense outdoors. …

Homolovi State Park, AZ

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The name Homolovi means 'Little Hills' in Hopi, which is the original name of Winslow, AZ. Although the park is a fantastic way to get outdoors and explore the dramatic landscape of Arizona, it primarily serves as the center of research of the Hopi from 1200 to the 1300s. Archaeologists study the many archaeological sites in the area while also providing those that rent an RV in Navajo County with the chance to see the sites and learn more about the history of the area.

There are a number of trails waiting to be explored, as well as several …

Grand Canyon Parashant National Monument, AZ

565 RV rentals

Located on the western side of the Grand Canyon in Arizona, Grand Canyon Parashant National Monument is one of the more recently established national monuments. It was officially created in 2000 by President Clinton to grant the rugged region some protection from commercial mining operations. Grand Canyon Parashant National Monument is managed by both the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) and National Park Services (NPS).

Parashant is an Anglicization of a Paiute Native American word that roughly translates to “tanned elk hide.’ The Paiute is one of a dozen Native American tribes that lived and hunted in the region for …

Kartchner Caverns State Park, AZ

124 RV rentals

Kartchner Caverns State Park unlocks access to a subterranean wonderland carved into the foothills of the Whetstone Mountains. The natural wonder was inaugurated as an Arizona State Park in 1988 and is filled with whimsical limestone formations. Above ground, spend your time enjoying the sunny days and starry nights Arizona is famous for.

Planning a getaway to the Grand Canyon State? Book an RV in Cochise County and you can discover Kartchner Caverns State Park, as well as other Arizona gems like the Coronado National Forest and Whetstone Mountains. You can also visit historic Old West sites, tee off at …

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