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The 10 best camping spots in Arizona.

From the Grand Canyon and Saguaro National Park to Lake Powell and Havasu Falls, Arizona offers striking diversity in its outdoor landscapes.

Mather Campground
Jaymie
Jaymie: Mather Campground is GREAT. It's a little hard to find when driving from the entrance so check your...
Green Leaf Canyon Primitive
Lauren
Lauren : I couldn't be happier that the path lead us to Greenleaf Campground. The land parks itself so...
Camping in Arizona is possible nearly any time of year due to fairly mild seasons, and the state’s wildly varied landscape means you’ll never get bored. Many travelers are drawn here to experience the wonders of Grand Canyon National Park, which reaches one-mile deep, 18-miles wide, and nearly 300-miles long. If you’re looking to capture a breathtaking sunset in the park, North Read more...
Camping in Arizona is possible nearly any time of year due to fairly mild seasons, and the state’s wildly varied landscape means you’ll never get bored. Many travelers are drawn here to experience the wonders of Grand Canyon National Park, which reaches one-mile deep, 18-miles wide, and nearly 300-miles long. If you’re looking to capture a breathtaking sunset in the park, North Rim Campground is the place to be. At the nearby Havasu Falls, nestled within Havasupai tribal lands, you can hike, swim, picnic, and wander among stunning turquoise pools and waterfalls. Visit Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park at Navajo Nation to camp among towering reddish sandstone formations, learn about Navajo culture, and taste traditional Navajo cuisine. If lake camping is your thing, head south to Lake Powell where a boat will come in handy for exploring the lake’s 96 canyons. Down south, not far from Tucson you can step into Saguaro National Park’s otherworldly landscape filled with massive Saguaro cacti, unique water features, and the occasional desert tortoise.
North Rim Campground
Steve
Steve: Stayed here at least four times in the past three years. It is great! $1.50 shower for 6 minutes;...
Boot Mesa
Brianna
Brianna: Staying here was a great experience. There was a great view and our hosts were extremely hospitable. I...
You’ll find the largest cacti in the nation at Saguaro National Park. Some grow more than 60-feet tall.
Mustang Valley Campground
Maggie
Maggie: Mark and Jennafer are awesome! Make sure you ask Jennafer about her work with preserving the rights,...
Amazing Sunsets
Kristin
Kristin: You'll be welcomed to Amazing Sunsets with a "moo" from the dozen or so cows roaming the area with...
Turquoise is the official gemstone of Arizona.
Desert View Campground
Tara
Tara: You can't make reservations here, so be sure to show up early. There's a great secret trail near...
Barebones Cabin near Grand Cany
Archie
Archie: Small cabin that could sleep three people and plenty of area to set up tents or park.
The only place in the U.S. to deliver mail by mule is the Native American community of Supai, at the bottom of the Grand Canyon.
Big Spin Ranch Grand Canyon
Rory
Rory: Beautiful raw land with unobstructed views for miles just 1 mile off the highway, 3. 5 miles to town,...
Antelope Run Rewilding Camp
Laura
Laura: Pitch your tent in a juniper grove or meadow on our forty acres in the high desert grassland of...