The spectacular natural beauty in Arizona is more than enough to entertain you and keep you coming back for years. RV rentals in Arizona make it possible for you to travel in comfort while taking your time to do the things that interest you. Here’s a brief explanation of the different RV classes to get you started.
Towable trailers are popular RV options. Most trailers can be pulled by an SUV. The fifth wheel is the only model that requires a flatbed truck for towing because it uses a special hitch. A pop-up camper rental in Arizona is light, and as the name implies, they will expand, or pop up, when you set up camp. Toy haulers are great to have when you want to take a snowmobile or ATV with you on your road trip.
It's hard to pick a bad place to camp in this state. No matter which area of the state you are in, you can find one of the top campgrounds in Arizona to use as your home base. Kingman KOA is popular because it's surrounded by mountains and centrally located to many of Arizona's attractions, like the Hoover Dam, Lake Mead, Lake Havasu, and the Grand Canyon.
Other Arizona RV park options include Distant Drums RV Resort in Camp Verde, Rancho Sedona RV Park, and Meteor Crater RV Park Winslow. At Crater RV Park, you can do the awesome day or night hikes along the trail near Route 66. Campers get a discount on admission to the meteor site.
With good reason, the Grand Canyon is one of the most-visited national parks in the US. Even if you've been there before, there's always something new to explore. At night, the starry sky provides another universe to behold. Be sure to take a book of constellations and have some family fun spotting the celestial patterns.
Arizona is also filled with state parks. You can escape the heat in the pools at Slide Rock State Park. Another park with a beautiful lake for swimming, fishing, and boating is Patagonia Lake State Park.
Phoenix and Tucson probably have the most facilities for RV storage. But here are some other options where you can store your RV with confidence:
Arizona accommodates all the needs of RVers, and this includes dumpstations, which are essential for a smooth trip. Many campgrounds allow you to dump for free when you stay there and for a small fee if you're not a guest. Here's a brief list of some Arizona dumpstations:
View our list of the top 24 RV Dump Stations in Arizona here
The stunning red rock buttes and mountains in Sedona and the sandstone buttes in Monument Valley attract tourists all year. However, there is much more to see, and Phoenix is a great base for your travels in this state.
The Shemer Art Center and Museum in Phoenix is on a site that offers views of the Arcadia neighborhood. This museum offers ways to enjoy art through classes, workshops, exhibits, lectures, and events. An outdoor sculpture garden and boutique gift shop are also part of this unique center.
Jerome is an old mining town with several quirky sites. You can visit it as a day trip from Flagstaff, Phoenix, Sedona or Prescott.
Linking Nevada and Arizona is the Colorado River, so while you're in the state, you may want to take the opportunity to see one of the world's greatest engineering feats: the Hoover Dam. The dam is about a four-hour drive from Phoenix.
You won't run out of teams to cheer for in Arizona. Phoenix is one of the 12 cities in the US that has NBA, NFL, NHL, and MLB teams, not to mention NASCAR, WNBA's Mercury and Cactus League Spring Training. Arizona's perfect weather means that you can participate in marathons, mountain biking, golf, horseback riding and more throughout the year.
There is no shortage of entertainment and nightlife options in Arizona, either. For some in-house music and dancing on the rooftop, you should check out Bar Smith in Phoenix. Rusty Spur Saloon is one of the oldest buildings in Scottsdale. It's known to be a fun, happy place with great drinks and live music.
Come see one of the five NASCAR races that’s measured in kilometers instead of miles - the ISM Raceway Can-Am 500! See the excitement and watch the mind-blowing speeds racers achieve in this amazing race. Finally, experience Arizona in the fall - a beautiful, mellow time to visit the state.
The freeway system in Phoenix is made up of I-10, I-17 and US Route 60. I-10 is the transcontinental route between Florida and California. I-17 heads north from Phoenix to Flagstaff where it meets the I-40, which runs east to west.
If you are considering a rental from RVshare, then you will need to be 25 years of age to be approved.
Just like any vehicle that you rent, with camper rentals in Arizona, you are going to need to have insurance that will cover the vehicle in the event that there is an accident. If you do not have insurance that you can use for the rental, then take a look at our insurance page for more information about your options.
When you rent an RV, it’s a good practice to bring the RV back with a full tank. At the same time, not all owners require it, so be sure to communicate with the RV owner before you rent so that you understand his or her refueling requirements.
One-way RV rentals in Arizona are available, but it is not always an option with every RV owner. It's important to ask the renter if a one-way rental is an option prior to renting your vehicle.