Whether it’s the thrill of an unparalleled outdoor adventure amid some of the most awe-inspiring scenery on the planet, or to examine and experience the rich history and multifaceted cultural offerings of the Grand Canyon State, your visit to Arizona is guaranteed to be one that will lift spirits, warm souls and provide memories for years to come. From rafting tours, to boating, to the International Wildlife Museum, Arizona is your place for camping pleasure.
Mesa Verde RV Resort is an age-qualified RV resort in Arizona conveniently located near shopping, dining, and fun-filled activities. Mexico, Lake Martinez, the Colorado River, a local swap meet and historic downtown Yuma...
2020 Tripadvisor Hall of Fame! Verde Valley RV Camping is a scenic RV campground in Arizona best known for its expansive desert and mountain backdrops. Situated on the Verde River, this 300-acre oasis...
Cactus Country RV Resort is conveniently located north of exit 275, I-10, just east of Tucson, Arizona. Cactus Country accommodates nearly all forms of recreational lodging. Surrounded by untouched cactus...
Besides promoting RV Parks and Campgrounds in Arizona, AZ ARVC is engaged in protecting the rights of RVers and Campers and preserving their ability to continue to enjoy the great outdoors along with making certain that winter visitors have an easily accessible place to miss those cold winter months by staying in Sunny Arizona!
Produced by AZ ARVC, this print and online directory are available for campers to help find their next Arizona campground. You can view online and order your copy on the AZ ARVC website.
Explore Arizona’s Attractions
If you’re looking for glamorous nocturnal fun, then you should know that after dark in this part of the Sonoran Desert, the bars, restaurants, trendy clubs of Scottsdale and the beautiful people who frequent them come alive — as in “par-TAY!”
Glen Canyon Recreation Area
From the magnificent Glen Canyon Recreation Area to quiet forest lakes nestled among scenic mountains, Arizona offers unparalleled opportunities for water-based and backcountry recreation.
Boating in AZ
With 96 named tributary canyons and dozens of smaller, unnamed side canyons, and more shoreline than the West Coast of the U.S., boaters could spend a lifetime exploring the nooks and crannies of the 160,000-acre lake.
Don’t know much about Arizona history? Fortunately, the Grand Canyon State offers an abundance of historical sites and museums that lets you to bone up on our storied past — and have fun, too. Here are 10 ideas to get you started.
Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum
In the heart of the Sonoran Desert: living exhibits include more than 1,300 types of plants, 300 kinds of animals. Open daily, year-round.