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Arizona Guide
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The best camping in Arizona.

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


Pinnacle Farms tent campsite

Pinnacle Farms tent campsite

93% Recommend – 20 Responses
Shelina
Shelina: Our stay was so great! We were going to Phoenix for a GYC conference for the weekend and messaged Jann...
Direct book $20/night
Boot Mesa

Boot Mesa

96% Recommend – 24 Responses
Brianna
Brianna: Staying here was a great experience. There was a great view and our hosts were extremely hospitable. I...
Direct book $50/night
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.
Gem and Mineral Show Camping

Gem and Mineral Show Camping

100% Recommend – 6 Responses
Laurelle 'ellfling'
Laurelle 'ellfling': If you're looking for a groovy & chill vibe, this is the place to be. Right next to Saguaro National p...
Direct book $20/night
Bohemian Hideaway Refrigerated Box
Jane
Jane: Janna has set up a couple of awesome places to stay outside of Phoenix. Nestled into her expansive ci...
Direct book $39/night
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, h...
Request book $50/night
Big Spin Ranch Petrified Forest
Rory
Rory: Beautiful dispersed camping on 18 acres of raw land overlooking the Painted Desert. Quiet, peaceful,...
Direct book $20/night
Turquoise is the official gemstone of Arizona.
Antelope Run Rewilding Camp
Brittany
Brittany: Hipcamp heaven! This community of wilderness dwellers is a thriving FAMILY! We were welcomed onto the ...
Direct book $20/night
Green Leaf Canyon Primitive
Lauren
Lauren : I couldn't be happier that the path lead us to Greenleaf Campground. The land parks itself so perfect...
Direct book $25/night
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

Big Spin Ranch Grand Canyon

81% Recommend – 13 Responses
Ross
Ross: A great place to get some sleep! It was easy to find and pretty easy to find a spot to set up camp. Th...
Direct book $22/night
Heart of the Parks!

Heart of the Parks!

93% Recommend – 16 Responses
Kat
Kat: Great spot up high on a hill to see some awesome views! Colt had some great recommendations, including...
Request book $40/night
Ever seen a ringtail? These small carnivores resembling a fox with a long raccoon-like tail are Arizona's official state mammal.
Desert Sanctuary at Rincon Peak
Bianca
Bianca: This place was awesome! Dana was a fantastic host. I can’t wait to visit again!
Request book $40/night
Barebones Cabin near Grand Cany
Arthur
Arthur: This place is pretty cool. The cabin is nice and we especially recommend camping here if you wanna go...
Direct book $45/night
Spanning 9,000 square-feet, the world’s largest rose bush can be found in Tombstone, Arizona.
Wilderness

Wilderness

100% Recommend – 1 Response
Maddy
Maddy: This was definitely remote and wild! It was so nice to be fully immersed in this gorgeous landscape. W...
Direct book $20/night
Boondock with Islanders
Jason
Jason: Thanks to these nice hosts for a good place to stay while I was in Phoenix. If you are looking for a ...
Direct book $10/night
Double A Ranch

Double A Ranch

100% Recommend – 2 Responses
Mike
Mike: Mary has a good thing going on at the ol' Double A Ranch. Everything was as expected as per the descri...
Direct book $50/night
Groovy Terry Trailer
Janna
Janna: Get your groove on in the 1970 Terry Trailer recently outfitted to have a fun camping experience...
Direct book $39/night
Amazing Sunsets

Amazing Sunsets

100% Recommend – 2 Responses
Kristin
Kristin: You'll be welcomed to Amazing Sunsets with a "moo" from the dozen or so cows roaming the area with the...
Direct book $20/night
The Ranch

The Ranch

83% Recommend – 6 Responses
Jane
Jane: Just outside of Tucson, this spot is full of awesome quirks and people. JustMark and his friends have...
Request book $20/night
Chevelon Canyon Haze Retreat
josh
Josh: Pick one of several sites for your ultimate camping experience. 420, Horse and Pet friendly and fresh...
Direct book $30/night
Poppi's Pearl

Poppi's Pearl

100% Recommend – 1 Response
Andrew
Andrew: We really enjoyed this stay, even though it was just a quick overnight stop! Poppi and her family warm...
Direct book $20/night