Arizona RV Parks

Arizona RV parks that we list will be oriented specifically for Recreational Vehicles.

Some may also provide areas for car-camping with tents. That's handy for those wishing to tour an area on a limited budget. Lots cheaper than staying in a hotel or motel. Even more-so if you're a member of Passport America. They provide a 50% discount on campsites, and many more benefits.

RV parks in ArizonaKaren outside their RV - about to leave for an Arizona campground

Getting back to those looking for Arizona RV Parks - we still also recommend Passport America. We're members, so we can let you know how it is. We use our membership regularly!

It's a super way to get reduced rates in great RV parks. Plus their RV parks are in towns throughout the U.S. They have campsites in Canada and Mexico too. The membership fee is so low, you'll get the value back with just one trip!

You can download an APP for your phone. So helpful to find RV Parks easily while traveling.

Arizona RV Parks We Know

Desert CampingHeading to Desert Hills to Camp!

Here are our recommendations, and/or reviews of Arizona RV Parks that we've been to. We'll let you in on how it went for us. What we liked & maybe didn't like! We hope it will be helpful to you.

We're adding them as we go. You can always stop back to find out where else we've been. An easy way to keep up with us is to subscribe to our blog. It updates each time we visit a new Arizona RV Park - or for that matter, any campground. More blog info: Click Here!

Our visited Arizona RV Parks are categorized first by the general Arizona area. Then more specifically by town. Please let us know if this organization works for you - or if you have suggestions for a different/better method [Suggest Here...]

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Southern Arizona - Greater Tucson Area

Tucson Metropolitan Area

Valley of the Sun - Marana: Just Northwest of Tucson, and easily accessed from I-10, exit 236. They have signs posted on the Freeway.

  • They start out with mobile homes on its 2 paved streets. To the rear of that living area is the camping area. We lived here for a year in a mobile home, before buying our property in Picture Rocks.
  • Very friendly management, friendly people who wave to you always! They advertise as a 55+ park, but overnighters are welcome (definitely convenient place for that).
  • There are new owners since we lived there, who've made more improvements.
  • All sites have full hook-ups, and there are pull-throughs.
  • Need a place to just rest your head after touring the Tucson area during the day?We definitely recommend it.
  • Looking for a park to stay and relax in? Then it depends. We wouldn't ourselves - but that's our opinion. It's adjacent to a farm field, and in an area of new housing developments.
  • Call them at (520) 682-3434

Crazy Horse RV Campground - Tucson: Located on the Southern end of the Tucson metro area, it's just East off I-10, exit 268, Craycroft Road.

  • Stayed here for a month, when we first relocated to Tucson, while looking for a permanent place to live.
  • Full hook-ups and many pull-through sites
  • The area is not scenic by any means. It's a little down the road from a major Truck Stop. But it was a good place for our purposes when we were there.
  • Reasonable rates, discounted for weekly, monthly, yearly. They also post coupons regularly for many other specialty discounts
  • If you really like the campground life-style, staying on-site for relaxing, etc., this may not suit you because of the trucking area atmosphere
  • OK for staying in the area & planning to check out the local Tucson sights, and also for overnight
  • You can call them at (800) 279-6279 or use their contact form for inquiries

Northern Arizona

Arizona RV ParksRV Parks like this are found in AZ!

Flagstaff KOA - Located at the base of Mount Elden, on U.S. Hwy. 89.

  • Stayed here a number of nights during the summer
  • Nice spot, just outside of the metro Flagstaff area
  • This is a place that loves kids - many activities for them. Super family campground
  • Campsites are amidst the beautiful pines, but some are quite narrow
  • Multiple varieties of sites: for RVs, tenting - plus cabin and tee-pee rentals! Reserve ahead, and you can choose your specific site. Cost is a bit high - I think because of supply/demand in the area & for brand name
  • They're right on the Highway, so sites near there will have some traffic noise - but many are off in the back, subduing that!
  • Despite a few drawbacks, definitely a recommended spot for staying awhile. Convenient for all the Flagstaff activities! Wouldn't recommend it as an over-nighter unless no other choice.

Black Bart's RV Park - Flagstaff: Located right off I-40, Exit 198.

  • We haven't stayed here, but we've been here - to the restaurant (definitely recommended - more below!) on the same premises. So have observed the campground; plus read a lot of reviews. 
  • Sites are on a basically downhill slope, and a lot of them look unlevel
  • Many people complain there's lots of improvements needed - there's a lot of essentially permanent residents taking up many sites
  • It's a recommendation by us - to a point. For the location on I-40, it's definitely worth it for an overnight stay - rates very reasonable
  • If you're just in Flag to see some sights for a couple of days, then moving on - it's possibly worth it. When visiting our son in Flagstaff, we'll give it a try for a few days. Will update our Arizona RV Parks page for it then
  • Definitely would not recommend it for more than a 2-day stay. There are better choices
  • You should try the restaurant - Black Bart's. Our son brought us there the first time. The food is good enough, decent. But what really adds to it is the singing waiter/waitresses. They incorporate songs and mini-productions into the restaurant service. We loved it, and came back again. We'll be back more times I'm sure! If you're camped there they give you a 10% discount
  • Call them at (928) 774-1912