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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.


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
Mather Campground

Mather Campground

96% Recommend – 89 Responses
Jaymie
Jaymie: Mather Campground is GREAT. It's a little hard to find when driving from the entrance so check your ma...
Public campground
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.
Boot Mesa

Boot Mesa

94% Recommend – 18 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
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; plen...
Public campground
You’ll find the largest cacti in the nation at Saguaro National Park. Some grow more than 60-feet tall.
Cabin Glamping on Navajoland
Elisa
Elisa: The cabin was amazing and very homy! We had a wonderful time at Shash diné!
Request book$150/night
Heart of the Parks!

Heart of the Parks!

100% Recommend – 7 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
Turquoise is the official gemstone of Arizona.
Trinity Acres
Sara
Sara: Trinity Acres is a peaceful sanctuary in the desert. Located about an hour from Kingman and historic R...
Direct book$18/night
Hogan Glamping on Navajoland
Allarice and Paul
Allarice And Paul: The Hogan is an earthen floored traditional Navajo dwelling and this particular Hogan has been in the...
Request book$150/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.
Hogan Glamping on Navajoland #2
Allarice and Paul
Allarice And Paul: A traditional earth and juniper log Navajo Hogan immersed in nature here at our ranch on the Navajo...
Request book$150/night
Bohemian Hideaway
Jane
Jane: Janna has set up a couple of awesome places to stay outside of Phoenix. Nestled into her expansive ci...
Direct book$49/night
Ever seen a ringtail? These small carnivores resembling a fox with a long raccoon-like tail are Arizona's official state mammal.
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 camps...
Public campground
Oak Creek Cabin #3
Dina
Dina: Cabin 3 has a living area with Queen Memory Foam Sleeper Sofa and TV as well as a Dining Bar that...
Request book$190/night
Spanning 9,000 square-feet, the world’s largest rose bush can be found in Tombstone, Arizona.
Oak Creek Cabin #4
Natasha
Natasha: The cabin is great. A lot bigger than it looks from the pictures. Would absolutely stay here again. A ...
Request book$190/night
Historic Arivaca AZ
Anna Claire
Anna Claire: Take a leisurely 23 mile drive from the small town of Amado to the property, winding through rolling g...
Direct book$65/night
Big Spin Ranch Grand Canyon

Big Spin Ranch Grand Canyon

90% Recommend – 5 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$24/night
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
La Siesta Bare Bone Log Cabin
OSCAR
Oscar: Why pitch a Tent, When you can Rent a Off the grid 123 SQ Ft Bare Bone Log Cabin on 10 acres.  You...
Request book$50/night
Oak Creek Cabin #6
Dina
Dina: Cabin 6 has a living area with Queen Memory Foam Sleeper Sofa and TV as well as a Dining Bar that...
Request book$215/night
Oak Creek Cabin #9
Dina
Dina: We now offer Wi-Fi! Cabin 9 has a living area with Queen Memory Foam Sleeper Sofa and TV as well as a...
Request book$200/night
Hunter's Cabin in Arivaca
Steve
Steve: Why stay in a tent when you can rent an off the grid small 123 sq. ft. bare-bones hunter's cabin on 10...
Request book$100/night