49 RV Parks and Campgrounds.

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Rancho Sedona RV Park

135 Bear Wallow Lane, Sedona, Arizona, 86336

The peaceful, tranquil setting at Rancho Sedona is unrivaled. Rancho Sedona is fully shaded by grand Sycamore and Cottonwood trees and is in the heart of town, next to beautiful Oak Creek. The park is within walking distance to galleries, shops and restaurants. Enjoy mountain biking, hiking and trout fishing all year long right from the park. In the summer enjoy swimming in the creek. Other local attractions include golfing, hot air balloon rides and helicopter rides. Rancho Sedona is beautifully maintained and includes spacious sites, clean facilities, laundry, volleyball, fielded areas, and Free Wi-Fi and Digital Cable TV. Other amenities include: big rig access, showers, restrooms, pet area, water and 30/50 amp sites. Hope to see you soon!

Page Springs Resort - Sunrise Resort

1951 North Page Springs Road, Cornville, Arizona, 86325

The Page Springs Resort is located in Cornville, Arizona, sitting on the banks of the beautiful Oak Creek. Campers can hideout among the cottonwood trees and artesian trees to fish, swim or have a quiet picnic right by the waterside. There's plenty of space around this campground for hiking and exploring, as well as horseshoes and a playground for the kids. At the campsite are various activities including bingo, potlucks, seasonal camper breakfasts, arts and crafts and ice cream socials. For visitors hoping to enjoy the wider area around the park, Jerome Ghost Town, the town of Sedona, Tuzigoot Indian Ruins, Montezuma Castle and shopping spots are nearby. Amenities include a playground, walking trails, big rig access, restrooms, showers, RV electrical hookups, water, sewerage, and WIFI. Hope to see you soon at this campground!
Prices starting at
$25 starting/night

Lo Lo Mai Springs Outdoor Resort

11505 E Lo Lo Mai Road, Cornville, Arizona, 86325

The Lo Lo Mai Springs Campground is located along the banks of the peaceful and breathtaking Oak Creek, among overhanging cottonwood trees and artesian trees. Campers can look forward to a quiet oasis that's also bustling with activities; visitors can expect hiking and biking around the campground, visiting the nearby towns like Sedona or Flagstaff, rafting down the creek, fishing or swimming. There's also local treasures nearby like the Javelina Ridge Winery, the Grand Canyon, Northern Arizona Indian Ruins, Montezuma's Well and Castle and the historic city of Jerome. Amenities at the campground include: big rig access, pull thrus, tent camping, restrooms, showers, walking trails, recreation room, pool access, playground, water, sewerage, WIFI and 30/50 amp sites. Hope to see you soon at this beautiful campground!
Prices starting at
$42 starting/night

Black Bart's RV Park

2760 East Butler Avenue, Flagstaff, Arizona, 86004

Black Bart's RV Park is located in the beautiful town of Flagstaff, Arizona and is perfect for vacationers looking for a quiet, peaceful getaway. Nestled in tall, thriving Ponderosa pine trees this beautiful park is near to the city of Flagstaff and Sedona. Between these two cities, campers can tour the historical sites, Red Rocks, go shopping, enjoy theater productions, museums and art galleries. Campers can look forward to winter sports like skiing and snow shoeing at the Arizona Snowbowl. Outdoor lovers can also look forward to hiking, biking and horseback riding the various trails, or just enjoying one of those iconic Arizona sunsets. Near the campground are a number of excellent restaurants RV washes and supply stores and grocery stores for visitors' convenience. Amenities include: water, sewerage, tent camping, showers, restrooms, big rig access, pull thrus, 30/50 amp sites and WIFI. Hope to see you soon!
Prices starting at
$33 starting/night

Woody Mountain Campground & RV Park

2727 West Route 66, Flagstaff, Arizona, 86001

Prices starting at
$25 starting/night

Flagstaff KOA

5803 North US Highway 89, Flagstaff, Arizona, 86004

The Flagstaff KOA is located in the beautiful city of Flagstaff, and is just an hour from the beautiful Red Rocks of Sedona and Oak Creek Canyon, an hour and a half from the South Rim of the Grand Canyon. It's also just a day trip from the Petrified Forest and Painted Desert, two hours from Lake Powell and 30 minutes from Meteor Crater, Walnut Canyon and Native American Ruins. For campers who are new to the area, there's excellent concierge at the campus, so many visitors utilize this service for guides to the area. Onsite, there's also group and community events put on by the campground, so guests don't have to go offsite for fun and relaxation. Amenities at the park include: big rig access, deluxe cabins, RV patio sites, WIFI, cable TV, laundry facilities, on site grocery stores, showers, restrooms, 50 amp sites and banana bike rentals. See you soon!
Prices starting at
$39 starting/night

J & H RV Park

7901 North U.S. Highway 89, Flagstaff, Arizona, 86004

The J & H RV Park is located in the beautiful Arizona city of Flagstaff and is the perfect place a peaceful getaway in this beautiful desert town.    Activities and Amenities Campers can look forward to onsite activities to keep every member of the group engaged and having fun. There's opportunities for hiking, biking, exploring, birding and scenic viewing. Plus, there's plenty of opportunities for sunset viewing and stargazing. Amenities at the park include: free WIFI, laundry, showers, gift shops, 20/30/50 amps, picnic tables, clean restrooms, TV/Library room, 50 full hook-up sites, RV supplies, horseshoes, car rentals and mini-store.   Attractions RVers can take advantage of a number of attractions just beyond the campground, including:  -The Grand Canyon - The Petrified Forest - Montezuma's Castle - Sedona - Snow Bowl - Glen Canyon Dam - Jerome (Arizona Ghost Town)   Hope to see you at the J & H RV Park for your next Flagstaff camping trip!      
Prices starting at
$54.56 starting/night

Canyon Motel & RV Park

1900 E. Rodeo Road, Williams, Arizona, 86046

The Canyon Motel and RV Park is located in the beautiful town of Williams and is a great place for an easy-going adventure through Arizona. Campers can look forward to excellent outdoor attractions like the Cataract and Kaibab Lakes for excellent fishing, boating, swimming, canoeing and kayaking, as well as the popular Bearizona Wildlife Park. Many thrill-seekers head out to the Historic Route 66 Zipline adventure or go hiking at the Great Western Trail and Bill Williams Mountain. For the winter-enthusiasts, the Elk Ridge Ski Area is a great spot for sledding, snowshoeing and skiing, or just laying on top of one of the peaks for some stellar stargazing. Amenities at the park include: pet area, pool access, water, sewerage, WIFI, restrooms, showers, pull thrus, big rig access and 30/50 amp sites. Hope to see you soon!
Prices starting at
$32.99 starting/night

Canyon Gateway RV Park

1060 North Grand Canyon Boulevard, Williams, Arizona, 86046

The Canyon Gateway RV Park is located in the beautiful town of Williams and is a great place for a quiet, easy-going Arizona vacation. Campers can look forward to a number of nearby attractions like the Williams' golf course, seven fishing lakes, historical tours available, great local restaurants and the Forest Boundar & Cataract Creek. Area attractions are popular among out of state travelers, so campers can expect an outdoor drive-thru wildlife refuge, historic Route 66 and the Route 66 cafe, and the canyon railway. Amenities at the park include: tent camping, water, sewerage, WIFI, 30/50 amp sites, restrooms, laundry facilities, satellite TV, picnic tables, pull thrus, big rig access and showers. Hope to see you soon!
Prices starting at
$35.95 starting/night

Dead Horse Ranch

675 Dead Horse Ranch Rd, Cottonwood, Arizona, 86326

The Dead Horse Ranch is located in the beautiful city of Cottonwood, Arizona and is a picturesque change from the usual desert scene the state is known for. Campers can look forward to epic greens and blues over the gorgeous lagoons at the park, as well as water sports such as fishing for channel catfish and rainbow trout and a host of other fish species. Campers can also take advantage of motorized and non-motorized boating, canoeing, kayaking, swimming and paddle boarding. There are also a plethora of hiking and biking trails, but visitors usually use these paths to find a remote spot to stargaze. Birding and wildlife viewing is also popular, and the park association sometimes puts on educational and fun events around these past times. There are several different camping spots at this park, each with slightly different amenities, but campers can expect basic facilities like grills, restrooms, electricity hookups, water and fully-furnished cabin rentals. See you soon!
Prices starting at
$20 starting/night