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Agua Fria National Monument, AZ

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The Agua Fria National Monument is located near Black Canyon City, Arizona, which is in the central portion of the state. The park is situated in a very rural portion of this arid state. The nearest larger town is Anthem, at is around 25 miles to the south. The nearest large city is Phoenix, which is around 50 miles to the south, while the larger town of Flagstaff is about 90 miles to the north.

Agua Fria National Monument is located just off of I-17, so it is very easy to find. This portion of Arizona consists of a flatter, grassland area, surrounded by rugged, arid mountains. There are a number of outdoor recreational activities that can be enjoyed …

Canyon de Chelly National Monument, AZ

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Canyon de Chelly National Monument was established in 1931 in what would become one of the unique partnerships in the United States and Arizona. As a National Monument, the park would be maintained by the National Park System even though it was still owned by the Navajo Nation (typically the Federal government purchases the land). This arrangement continues to this day. Canyon de Chelly National Monument harbors not only Navajo Native American settlements but also Ancient Pueblo People. “Chelly” is an Anglicization of a Navajo word for “canyon.” One of the rock monuments in the park has been featured in several television commercials, shows, and movies.

The closest large town is Chinle, AZ. In addition to a variety of …

Cibola National Forest, NM

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Cibola National Forest was originally established in the late 1800s as a forest reserve park. The national forest's status was upgraded in the 1950s to grant it additional protection. The origin of Cibola, which is pronounced as “SEE-bo-lah,” is murky. It’s thought to be either a Zuni Native American word for their pueblos, which once dotted New Mexico or a Spanish word for buffalo.

Cibola National Forest sprawls across a huge swath of New Mexico, and small portions are also in Texas and Oklahoma. Though it’s clear that various Native American tribes have dwelled in this region for a few hundred years, archeologists have found evidence of human presence as far back as 14,000 years ago.

The closest large town, …

Coconino National Forest, AZ

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The 100-year-old massive Coconino National Forest sprawls out over more than 1.8 million acres in northern Arizona just south of Flagstaff. The terrain here varies, offering dessert at lower altitudes, but as you climb up, a rich forest is budding with life. Since it is so large, the Coconino National Forest is split into three distinct ranger districts (Flagstaff, Mogollon Rim, and Red Rock). Each area is home to some pretty rad natural wonders that you may not think that exist in this type of environment.

Consider booking an RV rental to Coconino National Forest to see the decades of growth and development this land has endured. In 1908, President Roosevelt officially consolidated what was the San Francisco Mountains …

Dead Horse Ranch State Park, AZ

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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 Canyon National Park. At less than a two-hour drive from the state capital, Dead Horse Ranch State Park is popular …

El Malpais National Monument, NM

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The El Malpais National Monument is an important historical area that has played a major role in the lives of those who lived and passed through here. The name is Spanish for “badlands” and was assigned by Spanish explorers who avoided the area; not everyone who came agreed with the Spanish, though. Many Native American civilizations passed through, leaving cairns to mark their passage and incorporating the landscape into their stories and ceremonies. Settlers tried to establish themselves along the outskirts, and the remains of some of their homes can still be seen today. Camping near El Malpais National Monument will provide you access to everything the park has to offer.

The monument has a unique landscape, most notably from …

El Morro National Monument, NM

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El Morro National Monument, located near Mountain View, is a historic site that has served pioneers and travelers for hundreds of years; the monument is the location of a waterhole that has been used by Ancestral Puebloans and Spanish and American settlers. Many of these people have carved their names or left other markings to show they were there. Today the monument is a testament to the area's history and culture and a popular destination for hikers. Camping near El Morro National Monument puts all of its attractions right at your doorstep.

The monument is composed partially of Zuni Sandstone, a yellowish-gray white rock that dates back more than 145 million years to the Jurassic Period, and Dakota Sandstone. …

Fool Hollow Lake Recreation Area, AZ

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Fool Hollow Lake Recreation Area is in east-central Arizona, close to the towns of Snowflake, Whiteriver, and Show Low. Fool Hollow Lake Recreation Area lies on, as the name suggests, Fool Hollow Lake. This man-made freshwater lake was created in 1957 with the damming and impounding of both Show Low Creek and Fool Hollow Wash. The park also lies in one of the largest contiguous belts of ponderosa pine forests in the world. Sitting on the lakeshore of Fool Hollow Lake Recreation Area and enveloped by the lush pine forests of southwestern America, it is easy to see why so many choose to spend their vacations here.

From its appealing location, its fantastic fishing and boating, Fool …

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 pull-outs on the road that allows visitors to observe wildlife in the park, which covers over 4000 acres. When exploring …

Kachina Peaks Wilderness, AZ

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When you’re aiming to touch the sky, book an RV rental in Kachina Peaks Wilderness. Within its 18,960 acres of forests and mountains, you’ll reach heights that are found nowhere else in Arizona. The wilderness area is not accessible by vehicle and encompasses many of the upper peaks of the San Francisco Peaks. This includes the state’s highest point, Humphrey’s Peak, which hovers at an impressive 12,643 feet. Kachina Peaks Wilderness is actually a part of the Coconino National Forest, which is one of six national forests in Arizona.

The name “Kachina” comes from the area’s indigenous people as this land is sacred to them. The Kachinas, or Hopi deities, are said to live within the Kachina Peaks Wilderness …

Lyman Lake State Park, AZ

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Lyman Lake State Park, in east-central Arizona, is a wonderful place to visit when you book an RV in Apache County. Lyman Lake was originally created to be an irrigation reservoir by damming up the Little Colorado River and has grown into a popular recreation destination. The lake covers 1,500 acres at regular levels and typically rests at an elevation approximately 6,000 feet. Motorhome camping near the lake will put you between St. Johns and Springerville, both good towns to visit for supplies and activities when visiting Lyman Lake State Park.

Lyman Lake is fed by the Little Colorado River, which in turn is part of a 790-square mile watershed that extends throughout Arizona and even into New …

Petrified Forest National Park, AZ

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The Petrified Forest National Park is located near the tiny town of Adamana, Arizona, which is in the northeastern portion of this state. The nearest larger town is Holbrook, which lies around 20 miles to the west. The nearest larger city is Flagstaff, at over 100 miles to the west. The park also sits less than 50 miles from the border the state shares with its neighbor to the east, New Mexico.

Petrified Forest National Park is conveniently situated directly off of I-40, so you should have no trouble finding it. This portion of the state is comprised mostly of dry deserts and scrub brush, so it is quite rural. Fortunately, you will find plenty of gas stations …

Sunset Crater Volcano National Monument, AZ

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The Sunset Crater Volcano National Monument is located less than 20 miles north and east of Flagstaff, AZ, which is in the north-central portion of the state. This is one of the larger towns in the local area. The next closest, larger, city is also the state's capital, Phoenix, at more than 150 miles to the south.

Outside of the larger cities, this part of the country is quite rural. Unlike the drier, desert regions found in the southern portion of the state, this area is far greener, consisting mostly of pine-covered mountains. The park offers many fun activities to enjoy, from hiking trails and ranger programs to historical sites and stargazing. There's something fun for everyone in …