Find peace and relaxation on your RV road trip through Arizona.
With Grand Canyon National Park in the north, Saguaro National Park in the south, and a wealth of attractions in between, Arizona is best seen on an RV camping trip, giving you the freedom to go wherever those hot desert winds take you. Arizona RV parks and RV resorts near the Grand Canyon can be unsurprisingly full, but RV sites south of the park on the way to Flagstaff still provide access to the South Rim and its views of the Colorado River far below. On the eastern edge of the state, Lake Havasu offers boating and swimming, while RV campsites in the middle place you near the high-desert terrain and red-rock landscapes of Cottonwood, Sedona, and Red Rock State Park. Further south in the Tucson area, go hiking among large saguaro cacti native to the Sonoran Desert. Full hookups aren’t the norm in this area.