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Arizona is a top winter RV destination, but it can be difficult for younger travelers to find RV parks that allow campers under the age of 55. We have compiled a list of the best RV parks in Arizona without age restrictions. We only included campgrounds with good reviews (at least 4 stars on Google), and parks are sorted by location.
If you are considering other destinations for your winter RV trip, check out our list of the best RV resorts in Florida.
- 1 RV Parks near Sedona, Arizona
- 2 RV Parks near Phoenix, Arizona
- 3 RV Parks near Tucson, Arizona
- 4 RV Parks near the Grand Canyon
- 5 Other RV Parks in Arizona
RV Parks near Sedona, Arizona
Rancho Sedona RV Park
For easy access to town, Rancho Sedona RV Park offers the best camping location. The park is situated in town within walking distance to shops and restaurants. Several RV sites are located along Oak Creek where guests can swim during the summer season.
Rancho Sedona offers all the standard amenities, including laundry, bathrooms, a dog run, Wi-Fi and basic cable. Rates range from $42 to $84 per night. Good Sam and AAA members get a discounted nightly rate.
Sedona View RV Resort
Located 30 minutes outside of town, near the historic ghost town of Jerome, the Sedona View RV Resort provides a quiet setting with views of area’s famous red rocks.
The resort currently offers limited amenities, but there are plans to add Wi-Fi, showers and laundry facilities soon. Reasonable monthly rates are available; call the park for their current prices.
Verde Valley RV Resort
Also located about 30 minutes outside of town, Verde Valley RV Campground is another great lodging option near Sedona. The park is located on the Verde River and has a scenic mountain backdrop.
It is one of the only parks in the area offering amenities for children including, a playground, mini golf course and swimming pool. The campground also offers Wi-Fi, a dog run and a hot tub.
Verde Valley is a Thousand Trails campground, so members can camp for FREE. To learn more about membership options and the best ways to purchase, read our full guide to Thousand Trails memberships.
RV Parks near Phoenix, Arizona
Desert Sands RV Park
Desert Sands is a family-friendly RV park located on the northern edge of town. This medium-sized campground offers full hook-up sites with shade trees on concrete pads.
Amenities include a bathhouse, a BBQ area and a beautiful swimming pool. The daily rate is $50. Monthly rates may be available.
Covered Wagon RV Park
Located in downtown Phoenix, Covered Wagon RV Park is another Phoenix campground that allows younger couples and families. The park has nice amenities including free Wi-Fi, bathhouse, laundry and a small swimming pool.
The campsites also have grassy areas and shade trees which can be hard to find in Arizona’s desert climate. Rates start at $50 per night or $275 plus electric for weekly stays.
Eagle View RV Resort
Located in Fort McDowell, just over 30 minutes from downtown Phoenix, Eagle View RV Resort has a lot to offer young campers. Local adventures near the resort include Jeep tours, horseback riding, rodeos and more.
Campground amenities include cable TV, Wi-Fi, dog run, laundry, fitness room, swimming pool and hot tub. Rates start around $50 per night.
RV Parks near Tucson, Arizona
KOA campgrounds are always a great option for RVing families or young couples. The Tucson KOA Resort offers many luxury amenities including, a resort style pool with food and bar service!
Other unusual features include a 9-hole chip and putt golf course, pickle ball courts, large dog park, nature pond and workout room. Rates start around $40 per night for back-in sites. Make sure to purchase a KOA Rewards membership for a discount on the nightly rate.
Gilbert Ray Campground
Gilbert Ray Campground located in Tucson Mountain Park offers electric-only RV campsites. The county campground has limited amenities, but it does feature beautiful mountain views and desert scenery.
The park also has centrally located water, an RV dump station and restrooms (no showers). Camping fees are just $20 per night, but stays are capped at 7 nights.
RV Parks near the Grand Canyon
Grand Canyon Railway RV Park
Located in Williams, Arizona, the Grand Canyon Railway RV Park is a great place to park before exploring the national park. Campers can take the historic train from Williams to the national park.
Amenities include Wi-Fi, digital TV, laundry, a swimming pool and hot tub. The park also has a full service pet resort, so furry travelers have a comfortable place to stay while their owners go hiking in the park. RV camping rates start at $45 per night.
If you prefer to stay within the national park, Trailer Village offers full hookup campsites near the canyon’s south rim.
Showers, laundry and a camp store are located at the nearby camper services area. Rates start around $65 per night. For more Grand Canyon camping options, see our complete guide to national parks with RV camping.
Other RV Parks in Arizona
For campers looking for unique experiences in Arizona, plan to stay overnight at a few Harvest Hosts locations. Harvest Hosts is a membership for RVers that provides unique RV camping at over 1400 locations.
Fun camping options in Arizona include a horse farm, an alpaca ranch, vineyards and distilleries. Click here to save 15% on an annual Harvest Hosts membership.
Wahweap RV & Campground
Located a quarter of a mile from the shore of Lake Powell, Wahweap Campground is a great place RV park in Arizona for families. The campground is connected to a marina where travelers can rent powerboats and other water toys.
Laundry, shower facilities and Wi-Fi are available at the campground. The RV sites are within walking distance to the Waheap swimming beach. The rate for full hookup RV sites is $68 per night.
Tombstone RV Park and Campground
Tombstone RV Park is the perfect spot to stay while exploring this historic Arizona town. The RV park runs a shuttle to Tombstone, so campers can visit all of the local sites (including the daily cowboy gunfight) without driving or having to look for parking.
Within the RV park, amenities include laundry, Wi-Fi, bathhouse and a swimming pool. The rate for RV camping is $45 per night or $270 per week.
No matter where you camp, an RV road trip is sure to be a great vacation. Be sure to make reservations as many of these RV parks in Arizona fill up months in advance. If you are too late to nab an Arizona reservation, check out 10 other great RV road trip ideas!
Christina Pate is a seasoned full-time RVer who, along with her husband Justin, has journeyed across the US, Canada, and Mexico. Drawing from her extensive travels, RV repairs and RV renovations, she founded Travels with Ted to guide and inspire fellow RV enthusiasts. Christina is also the co-author of The Owner’s Guide to RV Maintenance and the creator of My RV Log Book.