This RV park caters exclusively to drivers of motor coaches, which is another term for Class A, Class B, and Class C RVs. This park has a unique layout that consists of widely spaced pads oriented around a central sandy lot. The MotorCoach Resort is situated on eight landscaped acres.
This RV park is exclusive to motorhomes, which means that you won’t have to deal with inexperienced trailer owners trying to back their RVs into the spot right next to yours. The large sandy lot provides considerable privacy for each RV pad. Shopping, dining, and gaming amenities are located a short distance away from The MotorCoach Resort.
“This will be my wife and my second time staying at this awesome Resort for Motor-coaches only. Every space is 60+ feet, bigger enough to accommodate your toys as and fully equipped. We love this place and have been here for over a week now.” – Michael, Google Review
This RV park is small and it’s located right next door to a Metro Light Rail station. You can board a Metro train to go on day trips all throughout the Phoenix area. This is a Good Sam RV park, which means you’ll get a discount if you’re a Good Sam member.
Green Acres RV Park is a welcome altertive to the huge RV resorts that are common in the Chandler area. This RV park is close to the Mesa Riverview Mall, and you can walk to downtown Mesa to look at the sculptures that dot the street corners. Green Acres RV Park offers on-site security to provide you with peace of mind.
“We loved it here, close and convenient to everything! Staff was wonderful! The area seemed really nice. The only thing I’d recommend is they add picnic tables to the campsites. Stayed 6 nights and would stay again!” – Kathy, Google Review
This RV park is absolutely massive. Mesa Spirit RV Resort is a common destition for retirees, and many of the residents live there full time. This RV resort features many of the amenities that you’d find in a small city.
When you stay at an RV park this large, it’s hard not to make friends. The staff at Mesa Spirit RV Resort schedule activities every day, and there are special events on holidays. If you need to stock up on supplies, this RV resort is close to many of the shopping destitions and eateries of downtown Mesa.
“Very clean, large, open sites with full hookups; lots of nice folks, and great activities. But this park is in town so there’s road noise and you’re sharing the park with hundreds of friends, so you’ve got to love lots of company.” – Meredith, Google Review
Desert Vista RV Resort is one of the smallest RV parks in the Chandler area, but it features a lot of amenities. The clubhouse was recently renovated, and there is brand new poolside seating. To stay at this park, at least one guest in your group must be 55 years old or older.
If you’re a NASCAR fan, you’ll be pleased to learn that Phoenix International Raceway is only a short distance away from Desert Vista RV Resort. In addition, the RV pads at this park are designed to accommodate big rigs that are up to 42 feet long. Desert Vista RV Resort is large enough to have everything that you need to stay comfortable, but it’s small enough to provide you with adequate privacy.
“A small, private RV park with few permanent park models. Some guests are full time, employed in the area. Many are temporary guests from out of town. Spaces are wider than most accepting a 40′ RV. FHU (50/30A, water, and sewer) back in sites with cable available for a fee from the provider.” – John, Google Review
Apache Palms RV Park is located northwest of Chandler in the suburb of Tempe. Unlike many other RV parks in the area, Apache Palms RV Park offers free Wi-Fi to guests. You have the option of reserving an Elite Site, which includes a picnic table and a grill.
In order to accommodate your big rig, this RV park includes quite a few large pull-through sites. Apache Palms RV Park is located within walking distance of popular tourist destinations, including Desert Botanical Garden and the Phoenix Zoo, which is only a couple of miles away. Most of the RV pads at this park are shaded by palm trees.
“Apache Palms RV resort is truly a gem in the middle of a sprawling urban juggernaut. Whatever they’re charging is probably worth it, they are on the light rail, with a virtual cornucopia of dining and shopping options within a stone’s throw.” – Jimmy, Google Review
Good Life RV Resort is a huge RV park located in Mesa, Arizona. It caters to an older crowd, and you must be 55 years old or older to park your RV here. Since the main purpose of this park is to show seniors a fun time, there are multiple activities scheduled every day.
While this RV park features most of the amenities offered at other local “mega-resorts,” the rates at Good Life RV Resort are somewhat cheaper than those you’ll find elsewhere. This resort is pet-friendly, and a daily event schedule is posted online. The park is located only five minutes away from the nearest grocery store.
“We stay there and arrived late so they had a place where we could plug in till the office open. Coffee and donuts the next morning and very friendly staff. We drove from Florida and were not disappointed at all. 2 pools hot tubs and great dog run and exercise area for your pets.” – Carlos, Google Review
This small RV park is located east of Chandler in Apache Junction. It’s one of the closest RV parks to the Superstition Mountains. You can get to Tortilla Flat or Salt River from Arizona Cowboy RV Park in about 30 minutes.
This out-of-the-way RV park is a great place to spend a relaxing winter. Since it’s so small, it’s easy to get to know all of the other residents of Arizona Cowboy RV Park by name. This property is gated for your safety.
“Stayed here for 3 months, it was nice, quiet place, secure area, and reasonable price. Had laundromat and security/close gates at nite. Enjoy the time in the city. Would come back to this place again. Thank you !” – Laura, Google Review
This RV resort is run by Cal-Am, which is a nationwide RV park chain. RV pads at this resort are reserved for people who are at least 55 years old. The grounds at Sun Life Vacation Resort are immaculately maintained, and this RV park features robust amenities.
While this RV park is definitely big enough to be classified as a “mega-resort,” it’s significantly smaller than similar RV parks in the area. At Sun Life Vacation Resort, you can spend your time enjoying games and activities with your new friends. This RV park offers so many amenities that you’ll hardly ever need to leave the property.
“Gets wonderfully busy during the winter. Out of state visitors are happy to be there with so much going on. People smile and wave. Swimming, live bands, celebrations, games, etc.” – Chris, Google Review
Mesa Regal RV Resort truly puts the “mega” in “mega-resort.” With over 2,000 RV pads, you can’t help but make friends at this RV park. Mesa Regal is only open to individuals who are 55 years of age or older.
If you’re the type of person who loves to get swept up in the crowd, Mesa Regal RV Resort is the place for you. It’s bigger than almost every other RV park in the area, and many of the residents live there full time. The staff at Mesa Regal RV Resort makes sure to keep seniors active with daily structured activities.
“Great community, lots of activities. Moved my father-in-law there and he seems happy. He has actually signed up for some activities. They pretty much have everything you need except a grocery store and that’s just a couple blocks away.” – Suzanne, Google Review
Val Vista Village is located north of Chandler in Mesa, Arizona. This 55+ RV park features deluxe sites complete with grills and picnic tables. Val Vista Village tends to fill up in the winter, so make sure to make reservations early.
There are so many activities offered at this RV resort that you could stay the entire winter and try something new every day. The permanent residents welcome guests with open arms, and the staff members make sure that you’re informed about all of the goings-on at Val Vista Village. The rates at this RV park decrease when you stay for at least a week
“Amazing resort with too many amenities to list. We spent our first winter season (2017/2018) here as workkampers and have already decided to return again next winter season. The people make this park.” – Stacey, Google Review
Renting an RV is a great way to get acquainted with the Chandler area. But after staying at a few different Chandler campgrounds, you may decide to stay for good. If so, you can buy an RV at a local dealership.
After you’ve acquired an RV that suits your purposes, you can pull up a pad at Mesa Regal RV Resort or another one of the long-term RV parks in Chandler, Arizona. If you want, you can also take your new RV to a more remote Chandler, Arizona, campground like Arizona Cowboy RV Park. Whether you’re just passing through or you’re planning to set up camp for good, remember that Chandler is one of the best places in the USA to soak up tons of sunshine all year round.
The top 10 campgrounds we selected all show daily, weekly and monthly rates for you. Pricing will vary.
Pricing will vary. The top 10 RV Parks we selected all display daily, weekly and monthly rates for you.
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Yes. The majority of campgrounds we selected in this blog allow pets.