Flagstaff has a near-perfect location—Arizona’s dramatic landscapes are all close by. In one day, you can ski the San Francisco peaks and hike rugged canyons. Or, explore a desert meteor crater and camp in the Coconino National Forest. With a huge range of local RV parks and campgrounds, it’s easy to find a home base for your adventures. Just 82 miles north, Grand Canyon National Park has an RV park with hookups and a campground. Closer to town, sleep under ponderosa pines at Fort Tuthill County Park. Canyon Vista sits near the hiking trails in Walnut Canyon. At Freidlein Prairie, the dispersed mountain campground offers quiet, rustic sites. To escape the heat, camp near swimming holes in Oak Creek Canyon. From camp, it’s just a short drive to the spectacular red rocks of Sedona. At Lakeview Campground, you’ll find fishing and excellent hiking. Sites here have picnic tables, fire rings, and access to Lake Mary. RV parks in Flagstaff sit close to the Northern Arizona section of Route 66. Get online with free Wi-Fi, or walk to the breweries and cafes downtown. When the snow falls, cabin rentals are a great way to stay warm. Snowshoeing, Nordic skiing, and downhill skiing are all popular winter activities.