Traveling the open road in your Recreational Vehicle means you can make just about anywhere your temporary home. Whether you’re passing through Arizona or you’re a Phoenician desiring to escape the sweltering temperatures in the summer, the vast, open areas of northern Arizona beg to be explored.
Finding an ideal campground or RV park that is your home away from home is part of the experience. We’ve gathered just a small list of some of the best RV Parks in Northern Arizona for you to park for a few days or for an extended stay.
2 North Pipe Springs Rd.
Fredonia, AZ 86022
The Kaibab Paiute RV Park is located in a large region with stunning sights that stretch across five states within the Southwest, known as the Grand Circle. The Grand Circle contains an assemblage of national parks and scenic monuments within proximity of each other. This area is surrounded by some natural wonders such as the Grand Canyon, Zion National Park, Arches, and Bryce Canyon that will leave you in awe around every corner.
This 50-site gravel terrain campground is able to accommodate big rigs with pull through sites. The campground is kid and pet-friendly, and includes access to the dump station, includes full hookups, electricity, sewer, propane, and water. The campground offers amenities such as on site restrooms and showers, laundry facility, clubhouse with kitchen, and a dog run. Activities include recreation trails for hiking and biking, horseshoes, and fantastic night sky visibility. Most sites include a fire ring and picnic tables. Visit the Pipe Spring National Monument less than a mile from the campground for a step back into the history of the old pioneer days.
Both RV and tent sites are available for advance reservation. Reservations can be made through Roverpass. Daily rates are $25; Weekly $140; Monthly $450.
I-40 Exit 233
Winslow, AZ 86047
Nearly 40 miles east of Flagstaff is Meteor Crater. The crater itself is almost a mile across with a circumference of 2.4 miles and 550 feet deep. The Crater and Space Museum offer observation trails, discovery center, restaurant, and gift shop.
Located just off of Interstate 40, Meteor Crater RV Park is 20 miles west of Winslow, Arizona that is home to an array of attractions and sight-seeing. Guests of Meteor Crater RV Park receive discount coupons to visit Meteor Crater, just five miles away. This RV park is an ideal location as base camp to continue your northern Arizona explorations. Scenic daytrips can be enjoyed to nearby towns and attractions with easy access to I-40.
This all-ages RV park features 71 big rig and pull through sites, allows pets, and includes dump station, full hookups, electricity, sewer, water, and Wi-Fi. The campground has public restrooms and shower facilities, laundry room, and an on-site convenience store. A playground will keep the kids entertained and nearby recreational trails are accessible for hiking, and a recreation room is available for entertainment for all.
Rates start at $55 per night. However, rates vary based on site selection, length of stay, and accessibilities. Reservations can be made at https://www.meteorcrater.com/rvpark.html.
135 Bear Wallow Ln
Sedona, AZ 86336
Sedona is a unique desert town located outside of Flagstaff, surrounded by pine wooded forests, red-rock bluffs, and steep canyon walls that are simply stunning. Within town you’ll find new age shops, art galleries, and fine dining establishments. Sedona is a hiker’s haven with numerous trails that lead to Red Rock State Park. Birdwatchers, picnickers, and sight-seers will be equally pleased with their surroundings.
With 71 sites, Rancho Sedona RV Park offers peaceful and serene surroundings with mountain views along the infamous Oak Creek with shade provided by grandiose Sycamore and Cottonwood trees. The park is located within walking distance to attractions within Sedona’s best shops and restaurants.
The park is accessible for big rigs and offers pull through sites, allows pets, and is family friendly, however, there are age restricted areas within the park. Each site includes a picnic table and cement pad/patio, offers full hookups, electricity, sewer, cable and satellite hookups, water, and Wi-Fi. Onsite shower and restroom facilities are available for guest use as well as a pet area for all four-legged guests.
Activities include access to hiking trails, creek access for fishing and swimming, volleyball, tetherball, horseshoes, barbecue pit, and community fire pit. Dark night sky provides breathtaking stargazing. Quiet time is observed nightly from 10 PM to 7 AM and all guest must be in their RVs during this time.
Reservations for US and Canadian residents can be made by phone at 888-641-4261. Rates for two people ranges from $60-$90 per night. Children ages 8-17 are and additional $5.00 each per night. 18 and up are an additional $10 per night. Dogs are an additional $2.00 per night each.
5800 Show Low Lake Rd.
Lakeside, AZ 85929
Located at 6,500 feet elevation is the 100-acre Show Low Lake in the White Mountains of Arizona. The White Mountains are a forested area located in the eastern region of Arizona close to the border of New Mexico. Show Low Lake is idyllic for fishing and boating. Wildlife sights will capture your attention with appearances from bald eagles, osprey, blue herons, and more.
The more primitive tree-studded grounds of Show Low Lake Campground is right on the lake and is open year round. Featuring 75 camping sites, both tent and RV campsites are available for campers, including big rig and pull through sites. Each campsite is equipped with a barbecue grill, picnic table, and a fire ring. Electricity, water, and dump stations are available. The grounds feature public restrooms and shower facilities, picnic areas, a playground, and adequate cell service. An onsite convenience store sells bait and tackle, fishing licenses, boat rentals, and drinks and snacks.
Reservations can be made by calling 928-537-4126. Rates start at $22.00 and vary based on location. A $10 fee applies to ever reservation.
3025 N. State Route 89
Prescott, AZ 86301
Located in the unique area of Prescott’s Granite Dells and nearby Watson Lake, Point of Rocks Campground features stunning landscapes that take your breath away. Outdoor enthusiasts will be delighted with nearby hiking and biking trails, boating, kayaking, paddleboarding, fishing, bird-watching, and more.
Point of Rocks Campground features 96 sites with magnificent views of mountain formations. This campground is pet friendly and welcomes all ages. The park is able to accommodate large sized RVs. Pull through sites are available along with full hookups, electricity, sewer, water, Wi-Fi and satellite reception. The campground offers public showers and restrooms as well as laundry facilities, pet area, and a convenience store.
Activities include bocce ball courts, a Frisbee golf course, and onsite rentals of kayaks, canoes, and paddleboards for water activities. Be sure to take advantage of the private trail to Watson Lake.
Reservations can be made on their website at https://pointofrocksrvcampground.com/. Rates for a Standard site are $44 per night with Premium sites at $49 per night. Weekly and monthly rates are also available.