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Dolan Springs RV Park

15890 Don Nell Drive, Dolan-springs, Arizona, 86441

The Dolan Springs RV Park is located near Mt. Tipon, the Joshua Tree Forest, and the Dolan Springs Trail System in Dolan Springs, Arizona. We are on your way to the Sky Walk at Grand Canyon West. It's a perfect spot for enjoying the gorgeous desert terrain the southwest is known for. Campers can go biking and day hiking the miles and miles of trails around the park including the Dolan Springs Trail System, and also look forward to plenty of stargazing after sunset. Las Vegas, NV,  Hoover Dam, Lake Mead, Lake Mohave, Laughlin, NV, and Oatman, AZ not too far of a drive away. With friendly and helpful staff, this is certainly a great spot to relax while passing through the area, or escaping the busyness of life. Come stay with us for the night, the week, or the whole month!
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Prices starting at
$37 starting/night

Snowbird RV Park

1600 Joy Lane, Fort Mohave, Arizona, 86426

  Snowbird RV Resort is a family owned and operated park focused on creating a tight-knit, laid-back community. We offer clean, modern amenities and a family-friendly atmosphere, making it easy for everyone to feel right at home. With a 9-hole golf course, a solar-heated pool, and plenty of regular events and activities in our community, there’s always an opportunity to have a good time and meet new people. And with 124 spaces, we always have room for a new neighbor. We’re proud to continue the family tradition of friendly service since 1990 and we look forward to giving you a warm welcome at Snowbird RV Resort.
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Prices starting at
$35 starting/night

Crossroads RV Park

3299 Boundary Cone Road, Mohave Valley, Arizona, 86440

The Crossroads RV Park is located in Mohave Valley, Arizona and is a great spot for your next southwestern adventure. You can also enjoy activities such as Historic Sightseeing since it's close to nearby cities like Laughlin, Scottsdale and Phoenix. Among these cities, campers can look forward to excellent restaurants, art galleries, museums, theaters and cultural attractions. There's also onsite or nearby shuffleboard, biking, golf, and plenty of space around the campground for hiking, stargazing and mountain biking.
Prices starting at
$35 starting/night

Desert View RV Resort

5300 Route 66, Needles, California, 92363

Desert View RV Resort is a big rig and pet friendly RV park located on 5300 Route 66 in Needles, CA. The site includes WiFi, water, sewer, electricity, laundry facilities. You can also do activities such as Biking, swimming outdoors, and wildlife viewing.
Prices starting at
$35 starting/night

Colorado River Oasis RV Park

1641 Highway 95, Bullhead City, Arizona, 86442

The Colorado River Oasis RV Park is located in the quaint town of Bullhead City, Arizona, and is a popular spot for nature enthusiasts and snowbirds. There's tons to do in the city itself, including the Colorado River Museum, Colorado River Historical Society and Bullhead City Community Park. The stretch of the Colorado River that runs through the town is an obvious escape for the nature enthusiast. If that's you, look forward to fishing for crappie, striped bass, rainbow trout and catfish. Visitors can also take advantage of whitewater rafting, kayaking, canoeing and even scuba diving along Ringbolt Rapids. Campers can also look forward to the old mining town of Oatville or visit the a day trip to Death Valley National Park. Since Bullhead City enjoys a desert climate, visitors can bask in warm temperatures and cool nights, with clear skies for stargazing.
Prices starting at
$35 starting/night

Fender's River Road Resort

3396 Needles Highway, Needles, California, 92363

The only resort on Route 66 and the Colorado River in Needles, CA. This little funky 1960’s-era resort is minutes off interstate I-40. It’s a perfect place to get away and relax in your very own comfortable room, or your own RV space with full hookups or you can even pitch a tent right down by the river. Families and groups of all ages are welcome to enjoy our picnic area under shade trees, charcoal grills, a fire pit and a blanket of stars at night all year ‘round. A perfect location for snowbirds with warm winters and ideal for families to have fun in the sun and in the water all summer long. You can enjoy the river with Kayaking, inter-tube floats down the river, Pontoon Boat rides, fishing, boating, wave running, swimming or just sitting out on one of our decks right over the river taking in the picturesque view of the famous Needles Mountains and listening to the currents of the mighty Colorado River rush by. We live on ‘river time’… so remember to stop, relax and put your feet in the water!
Prices starting at
$28 starting/night

Adobe RV Park (55+ park)

4950 West Apache Way, Golden Valley, Arizona, 86413

The Adobe RV Park is a 55+ park located in the desert setting of Golden Valley, Arizona with mountain ranges on each side. At an elevation of over 2,800 feet, campers can enjoy gorgeous, thriving foliage and plenty of fresh air. Campers can look forward to historic site seeing, scenic drives, wildlife viewing, stargazing, hiking and a number of other excellent outdoor activities. Nearby are attractions like the the Grand Canyon Caverns, Mohave Museum of History and Art and Camp Beale Springs among other great sights. For guests' convenience, Golden Valley has shopping, a bank, two medical clinics, a pharmacy and restaurants, and is next door to the Golden Valley Medical Plaza.
Prices starting at
$25 starting/night

Hualapai Mountain Park

6250 Hualapai Mountain Rd, Kingman, Arizona, 86401

Sitting on over 2,300 acres of gorgeous Arizona landscape is the Hualapai Mountain Park. At an elevation of over 6,000 feet, campers can look forward to cool, fresh air, great temperatures for outdoor activities and beautifully tall pine trees. The park offers 10 miles of trails for hikers, mountain bikers and horseback riders. Plus, in the downtown area, campers can look forward to the Powerhouse Visitors Center, Mohave Museum of Art and History and the Bonelli House. For the active visitor, there's the Cerbat Cliffs Golf Course, Lewis Kingman Park and the Monolith Garden Trail. 

Blake Ranch RV Park & Horse Motel

9315 East Blake Ranch Road, Kingman, Arizona, 86401

The Blake Ranch RV Park & Horse Motel is located in the beautiful town of Kingman, Arizona, and is the perfect spot for a cozy, quiet southwestern vacation. Campers can look forward to the Powerhouse Visitors Center, Mohave Museum of Art and History and the Bonelli House. For the active visitor, there's the Cerbat Cliffs Golf Course, Lewis Kingman Park and the Monolith Garden Trail. And of course, visitors can anticipate the spectacular sights of the Grand Canyon and Grand Canyon Caverns. Take your camera out there and capture those breathtaking geological features, then be sure to do some stargazing after dusk to truly immerse yourself in Arizona's best natural terrain.
Prices starting at
$34.49 starting/night

Chloride Western RV Park

5123 Tennessee Avenue, Chloride, Arizona, 86431

Located in the peaceful desert valley of Chloride, the Chloride Western RV Park is an ideal spot for a relaxing Arizona getaway. Campers can look forward to a camera-ready environment, wildlife and must-see local attractions. Nearby are sites like the Hoover Dam, the Skywalk at Grand Canyon West, the towns of Las Vegas and Laughlin and Digger Dave's Restaurant. At these historic cities, there's tons of museums, fine dining and entertainment spots to take advantage of. The Colorado River is also a short drive away, so visitors can take advantage of excellent water sports like water skiing, paddle boarding, river rafting, swimming, fishing and even scuba diving.
Prices starting at
$10 starting/night