Western heritage meets desert mountain landscapes in the old mining town of Bisbee. Tucked away in Southern Arizona—right across the border from Mexico—it's a haven for year-round camping. Driving a big rig? Get stoked about the trove of RV parks with full hookups around Bisbee (not to mention nearby Tombstone, McNeal, and Naco). If tent camping is more your style, drive past Sierra Vista to the Coronado National Forest. Cacti, rocky canyons, and rugged mountains lie just beyond your campfire. For s'more fun, hike or mountain bike the Chiricahua or Cochise Mountains. When the Arizona sun is beating down, cool off underground at Kartchner Caverns State Park. Explore a massive limestone cave--home the longest stalactite formation on the planet. Want to see the famous cave bats flying overhead? Spend the night at one of the RV sites, tent sites, or camper cabins. Bisbee's semi-arid climate makes for excellent camping weather in every season. But for bright and sunny days, avoid late summer and early fall—the height of monsoon season. The severe desert thunderstorms can put a damper on any camping trip.