Arizona Vacation Rentals

Bed & Breakfast stay in ArizonaA Select Hotel or delightful B&B for your AZ accommodation

Arizona vacation rentals compete for your stay!

Find one here that's just right for you and your family. Like Goldilocks, searching for her best fit - find one that's not too big, not too small, but just right! (And for your $$ value too!)

Were you thinking of...

  • Hotels & motels
  • Bed & breakfast
  • Rental homes
  • Campsites
  • Resorts & spas


Arizona Vacation Rentals - Homes

This can be your best stay. Make your own meals when you desire, save money. The comfort and surroundings can be amazing. You have more privacy. Parking not usually a worry. And often - the price is right!

We've stayed in rental homes - from Ireland to Hawaii. We love that type of vacation rental, because of all these benefits. We've always gone with Vacation Rentals by Owner.

We recommend it to you, as you can itemize just what you desire in location, bedrooms/baths, cost, etc. These Arizona vacation rentals provided by VRBO give a systematic method for contacting the owner, making it very user friendly.


Arizona Vacation Rentals - Bed & Breakfast

A stay in a delightful B & B is always a great experience. The hosts tend to treat you like honored guests. They aim to please!

A bed and breakfast is often a romantic experience, as well. If that's what you desire! The rooms often have a theme. They're usually sooo cozy!

Rooms almost always have their own bathroom - check to be sure. Prices for these Arizona vacation rentals are quite variable - depending on the experience they provide. Find them throughout AZ: from desert to mountains -


Arizona Vacation Rentals - Resorts & Spas

Deluxe accommodations! Treat yourself to some luxury:


Arizona Vacation Rentals - Campsites

Are you into camping? It's a great way to travel! We love it ourselves. Done it since we were newlyweds. And we still stay in campgrounds & RV parks now!

Campgrounds tend to be of 3 different types - (1) essentially for car-camping with tents (small RVs can access many); (2) a hybrid that supplies utilities, ideal for RVs, but also allows tenting; and (3) those reserved exclusively for RVs. We'll categorize them that way for your convenience.

We'll give our suggestions, adding those we know as we visit them. Please give us your feedback on campsites you've been to - send us your reviews so we can include them... Comment Here>


Tent: Car-camping

Arizona campsiteThere's lot of great AZ campsites!

Tucson - Gilbert Ray Campground in Tucson Mountain Park. Located in a beautiful area of the Sonoran Desert. Close to Sonoran National Monument West. Located on McCain Loop Rd., off of Kinney Rd.

Rates are quite reasonable: tenting at $10 per night, small RVs at $20 per night - cash or check only, 7 days maximum. More info Here>

Phoenix Area - Maricopa County has 6 parks with developed campsites. Reserve up to 6 months in advance, but you can chance first come-first served.

Call them at (602) 506-2930 or make a reservation online at maricopacountyparks.org - sites range from $20 to $40 per night.

Flagstaff - Pinegrove Campground - Coconino National Forest. 20 mi. SE of Flagstaff, situation in a pine forest area, nearby several lakes. Only open from early May through early October.

Sites are $22 per night. You can reserve a site up to 6 months in advance. Call toll free (877) 444-6777

  • If you want to find a spot in Flagstaff during the winter season, these 2 are open - Read More>

Other Statewide Options - Click Here>


RV & Tenting

Food tastes great over a campfireCampsite cooking is a treat!

Tucson - Catalina State Park - Excellent park in the shadow of the Santa Catalina Mountains. Reservations required, call (520) 586-2283. Suitable for all size RVs, as well as tents.

Facilities available include rest-rooms, showers, water/electric hook-ups & dump station. Costs variable according to season and vehicle, beginning at $15 night off-season for non-electric site.

Southern AZ - Lakeview Campground - On Parker Canyon Lake, in Coronado National Forest. Exit off I-10 East of Tucson, heading for Sonoita on State Hwy. 83. When reaching Sonoita, just continue through on Hwy. 83 for about 25 miles further. The highway ends at the lake.

Sites are $10/night by cash, check (pay to USDA Forest Service) or money order. RV maximum length is 32 ft. There are no hook-ups. Water and rest rooms are available.

It's open all-year, and the elevation is 5,400 ft. Call the Ranger Station for any further details at (520) 378-0311.

Northern AZ/Grand Canyon - Circle Pines KOA, Williams AZ. Open from April through October. All utilities and activities. Accommodates tents through large Class A RVs.

Well rated by reviewers, some complain of freeway traffic noise - just choose your site wisely per that info! Tenters be aware to have ground cloth for comfort/tent protection, as surface is rough/gravely.

In October they've been known to offer rate reductions. Hiking & trail-biking nearby.

In the Williams area, exit I-40 #167, head North on Circle Pines Rd. to the entrance. For more details call (928) 635-2626. For reservations, toll-free (800) 562-9379.

Other Campgrounds - Another more near-by the Grand Canyon stays open year-round. Read more here>


RVs Only

RV camping in ArizonaTake your Recreational Vehicle to a fantastic Arizona RV park

Tucson Area - Here's an assessment of 2 parks, one at the Northern end of Tucson, & one at the Southern end. Both are right off of I-10, so are suitable for a quick overnight stop. See our review to determine if you'd want to stay for more time - Read More>

Phoenix - Desert Sands RV Park: Exit West off I-17 on Deer Valley Rd., turn North on 27th Avenue to the Park on the West side of the road, 22036 N. 27th Ave.

Discounts are available for Seniors, AAA, Military & more for online reservations. Most sites are large, with grassy areas & full hook-ups. $50 per night includes all standard amenities including cable TV; tax also included.

Contact them at (623) 869-8186 or email: desertsandsrvpark@yahoo.com

Flagstaff - Since this is a higher elevation, this area gets some typical "winter" weather.  Here's our review of this one park which is open all year: Read More>