The 10 Best RV Parks in Arizona

Arizona is the prime destination for RVers, and if you stay there, you can see why. The Grand Canyon State is high in sunshine and scenery and low in precipitation. The temperature remains relatively warm throughout the year with temperatures easily reaching the upper 70s even in January. This makes it a haven for RVers escaping the harsh winter weather.

So where do all these RVers go? To the best RV parks. We look at the top ten Arizona parks, so you can find a great destination to relax and enjoy this beautiful state. 

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    Winslow, Arizona

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    Enjoy the natural beauties of Northern Arizona as you take in the starry sky at Meteor Crater RV Park. The park is named for its next-door neighbor: Meteor Crater. Meteor Crater is one of the world’s most preserved impact craters at nearly one mile across. Stop by the Interactive Discovery Center for exhibits on all things meteors.

    The Resort comes outfitted with a clubhouse, shower and laundry facilities, outdoor pool, a 9-hole chip and putt course, bocce courts, and host of other activities. If you manage to leave the park, you’re nearby all the great fun of Lake Havasu like boating, skiing, or cruising. Meteor Crater has 71 RV parking spots with all the amenities you will need, including Wi-Fi, convenience store, and full laundry and shower facilities. Good Sam Club discounts are available.

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    Golden Valley, Arizona

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    If you want to be able to relax in the Arizona high desert and enjoy exciting destinations at the same time, then Tradewinds RV Park may be the perfect setting for you. Tradewinds is a short distance from the heart of Route 66 in Kingman and beautiful Bullhead City nestled on the Colorado River.

    If you want bright lights and excitement, then head to Las Vegas, which is less than two hours away. Tradewinds has full RV hookups, a recreation hall, spacious, clean shower facilities, free Wi-Fi, and offers Good Sam Club, Passport America, and AAA discounts. 

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    Williams, Arizona

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    Grand Canyon Railway RV Park is your gateway to the breathtaking splendor of the Grand Canyon. This park is nestled into the mountain community of Williams and accommodates any size RV in its pull through, buddy, or back-in spaces. If you’d rather not navigate the roads of the Grand Canyon, hop aboard the train from Williams to Grand Canyon National Park.

    For those looking to stay in the park, there is volleyball, horseshoes, and a basketball court. Don’t worry about having to abandon your creature comforts as the park has full hookups, digital TV, and free Wi-Fi.

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    North Phoenix, Arizona

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    If you’re in it for the long haul, Desert Shadows RV Resort is the place for you. This well-maintained park boasts 638 spaces for the overnight guest to the full-timer looking to put roots down. While the resort itself is a small city, it is also a short drive from the entertainment and amenities of Phoenix.

    Talk about facilities. Desert Shadows has concrete patios, full hookups, billiard tables, several clubhouses, an indoor heated pool, gym, and a host of activities and classes no matter your age.

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    Sedona, Arizona

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    You will never run out of things to do when you stay at Rancho Sedona. This oasis is tucked into the shade of cottonwood and sycamore trees in the village of Oak Creek. Oak Creek is surrounded by the red rock buttes of Coconino National Forest.

    You are within walking distance of year-long trout fishing, hiking, swimming, and mountain biking. For the truly adventurous, Rancho Sedona offers hot air balloon and helicopter rides. For the ones who want to relax, the park has a spa and golf course and is next to fine dining and plenty of shopping. Onsite, facilities include digital cable, free Wi-Fi, full hookups, and even concrete patios.

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    Grand Canyon National Park

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    The Grand Canyon is Arizona’s #1 destination - so we’ve included two great parks. Unlike nearby Grand Canyon Railway park, Trailer Park Village gets you about as close to the rim of the Canyon as you can get with your RV and is within park boundaries.

    National Parks are not known for their RV amenities, but Grand Canyon Village carries electric and water hookups. Trailer Village RV Park is open all year and allows your four-legged friends to enjoy your adventures with you. 

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    Page, Arizona

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    Page is the place to be to enjoy Lake Powell, and Wahweap is the place to be to enjoy all the above. Wahweap is nestled a quarter mile from the shores of Lake Powell and offers over 130 full hookup sites. Wahweap also contains clean bath facilities, laundry, and the entire campground is outfitted with the complimentary wireless internet.

    The campground includes its swim beach for the kids to let off steam. Wahweap also has onsite dining in Wahweap Grille, a restaurant, lounge, and snack bar. It’s full service when you stay at Wahweap.

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    Tucson, Arizona

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    With its history and unique sites, Tucson is famous for both snowbirds and touring RVers. Unlike many nearby RV parks Sentinel is nestled within downtown Tucson to give you a great jumping spot to explore the city.

    The park has everything you’ll need including full hookup sites, laundry, and bathrooms, as well as a clubhouse and a complimentary shuttle to Tucson sights, so you don’t need to squeeze your big-rig down city streets. Sentinel receives top marks from the Good Sam RV Club. 

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    Lake Havasu, Arizona

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    Lake Havasu is where Arizona goes to let loose and cool off. Havasu RV Resort is where you can begin your party. The spots at Havasu are spacious, contain full hookups, and provide fantastic views of the Arizona sunset.

    This is considered a luxury RV resort destination — expect full-timers, snowbirders, and other repeat travelers to get to know on your travels.

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    Coconino National Forest

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    You’ll need to know how to boondock if you’re staying at Fort Tuthill County Park, but the amenities and activities are well worth it. RV sites come with picnic table and fire ring nestled under shady pines.

    For activities, you can try the ropes course, bike park, archery, clubs for different hobbies and much more. There are several miles of trails and sightseeing destinations in Coconino National Forest. Fort Tuthill is a well-rounded park that offers plenty for different types of people and different age groups. 

    Arizona has long been one of the top destinations for both visits and long-term stays so choosing the right park isn’t too complicated. Try these parks out for a great time while cruising in the Grand Canyon State.