In Arizona, there’s so much to see, do and enjoy you could spend years and never see everything. Some folks do try, though, and many of them do it from the comfort and convenience of their RV. RVing is a hugely popular pastime in Arizona and, because of that, there are RV parks all over our beautiful state. Many of the best RV parks in Arizona are attractive, and inviting, and offer a wide variety of fantastic amenities.
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If you’re keen on seeing and experiencing all the fantastic sights of the Grand Canyon State, you’re in luck! We’ve got the best RV parks in Arizona below to help you on your travels! From Mesa to Scottsdale, Sedona, Flagstaff, and Phoenix, we’ve listed a couple of the best RV parks in each city. If finding a lovely, safe, and inviting RV park in AZ is your goal today, read on!
The Best RV Parks in Mesa, Arizona
Surrounded by the natural beauty of the Sonoran Desert, Mesa is one of the best cities to retire in America. Mesa is also one of Arizona’s most popular destinations and has several excellent RV parks, Below are two of the best to enjoy your time in this lovely part of the state.
Located in the center of town, this RV park is right in the middle of all the Mesa, AZ action! Shopping, attractions, restaurants, and more are very close. Twin Palms is admittedly quite small, with only 15 sites. That, however, makes it one of the most intimate RV parks and a favorite among RVers.
Twin Palms RV Park
2225 E. Main St.
Mesa, AZ 85213
While substantially bigger than Twin Palms RV Park, Apache Wells is nearly as quaint and intimate. It’s actually known around Mesa by the nickname ‘the little park with the big heart.’ One thing to note is that Apache Wells is a 55+ RV park, but kids are welcome to stay for short periods. With a spectacular pool, you can bet they’ll want to, and you too as there’s shopping, dining, and more nearby. (They offer a pet park, too!)
Apache Wells RV Resort
2656 North 56th St.
Mesa, AZ what 85215
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The Best RV Parks in Sedona, Arizona
What makes Sedona, AZ special? For starters, you’ve got the famous and incomparable red sandstone formations (red rocks) which are stunningly beautiful. The town is the epitome of ‘quaint’ with many lovely shops and restaurants. It’s also a mecca for hikers and mountain bikers from across the country. Below are two of the best RV parks in Sedona to enjoy your time here fully.
Shaded by beautiful cottonwood and sycamore trees, Rancho Sedona RV Park offers numerous outdoor activities. They include swimming in nearby Oak Creek, biking, hiking, and even trout fishing. Indeed, there’s always something fun to do here, much of it free. The park is well maintained and clean and offers all the typical amenities, including volleyball courts and laundry facilities.
Rancho Sedona RV Park
135 Bear Wallow Lane
Sedona, Arizona 86336
This lovely RV park and camping destination is ranked as one of the top 100 in North America! It’s a short drive from downtown Sedona with spaces for RVs up to 40 ft. Offering a beautiful swimming pool and hot tub, there’s no reason to leave the RV Park. If you do, however, the surrounding Sedona beauty is absolutely enchanting.
Lo Lo Mai Springs Outdoor Resort
11505 East Lo Lo Mai Rd.
Cornville, AZ 86325
The Best RV Parks in Scottsdale, Arizona
Contrary to popular belief, there’s a lot more to do in Scottsdale, AZ, than golfing and spa days. There are plenty of outdoor adventures to be found as well as beautiful art and great food. Scottsdale also has a very chill vibe that’s pleasing and attractive. A couple of the best RV parks in Scottsdale, Arizona, include:
If a big RV park is what you desire, Westworld RV Park is a great choice! With almost 400 permanent RV spaces and eight different lots, this place is enormous! It’s not only an RV park but also a nationally recognized location for big events! That includes the Barrett-Jackson Collector Car Auction, Scottsdale Arabian Horse Show, International Sportsmen’s Expo, and more!
Westworld RV Park
16601 North Pima Road
Scottsdale, AZ 85260
Quiet and laid-back, Scottsdale Trailer Corral has everything you could need when RVing. It’s got an excellent location within walking distance to Old Town Scottsdale, which is super convenient. The owners are super friendly and get stellar reviews online. For some RVers, it’s their home away from home.
Scottsdale Trailer Corral
3202 North Scottsdale Road
Scottsdale, AZ 85251
The Best RV Parks in Phoenix, Arizona
It’s easy to understand why Phoenix, AZ, is one of the fastest-growing cities in the United States. The weather is sunny and hot all year, and the surrounding natural beauty is, in a word, exceptional. Below is one of the outstanding RV parks in Phoenix to make your stay even better.
About 15 miles from downtown Phoenix next to Arizona State University, sits Apache Palms RV Park. With a retro-desert vibe and incredible convenience to just about everything, it’s an RVers dream. One thing to note is that it’s definitely a city RV park and so not the quietest in town. That being said, if you want exciting nightlife with your Arizona RV vacation, it’s perfect!
Apache Palms RV Park
1836 East Apache Boulevard
Tempe, AZ 85281
The Best RV Parks in Flagstaff, Arizona
Most people visiting Flagstaff, AZ, for the first time are surprised at how different it is from the rest of the state. That’s likely because it sits at 7000 feet above sea level! That makes Flagstaff one of the few Arizona cities that sees snow every year. In fact, Flagstaff sees the most snow of any city in the state, about 102 inches a year! Below are two of the top RV parks to help you enjoy this unique part of Arizona.
This admittedly low-frills RV Park is located close to the magnificent Grand Canyon and situated among beautiful Ponderosa Pines. No frills or not, the park has many stellar online reviews. It’s been run by the same family for over 60 years, which is impressive we think you’ll agree.
Greer’s Pine Shadows
7101 North US Highway 89
Flagstaff, AZ 86004
Hospitality and a fantastic location have earned this park the National RV Park of the Year award several times. Sunday pot-luck dinners are the norm here, and a quiet, serene atmosphere too. They even offer pet sitting for when you want to get out and explore Flagstaff!
J & H RV Park
7901 North Highway 89
Flagstaff, AZ 86004
Where to Store Your RV in the Offseason
Unfortunately, every RV Adventure eventually comes to an end. When yours does, and you need a place to store your RV, contact Storage Solutions. We’re the self-storage leaders in Arizona with clean, secure, and safe storage units all over the state. You can store your RV with us as well as your boats and other recreational vehicles. Of course, you can store household goods, collections, and all sorts of other things in one of our Arizona storage units.
If you have questions about storing your RV in Arizona, you can chat with us online anytime. Even better, visit the Storage Solutions location nearest to your Arizona RV park. The onsite manager can help you decide what type of storage is best and give you valuable advice. Until then, we hope you enjoy everything Arizona has to offer! Be safe out there and be kind to your fellow RVers!