KZ Escape E201BH

KZ Escape E201BH

2021 / Travel Trailer
Sleeps 5
Offers Delivery
55.6 miles from Arizona
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KZ Escape E201BH

KZ Escape E201BH

2021 / Travel Trailer
Sleeps 5
Offers Delivery
55.6 miles from Arizona
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Dutchmen RV Kodiak SE 28SBH

Dutchmen RV Kodiak SE 28SBH

2021 / Travel Trailer
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Sleeps 10
Offers Delivery
82.6 miles from Arizona
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Top Three RV Rental Locations in Arizona 

Phoenix, Tucson, and Mesa are the three most popular RV rental destinations. As RVing is something of a region-wide passion in Arizona, there are hundreds of available styles on the rental market. They tend toward the larger models, thanks to the wide-open spaces prevalent in the Southwest.

Class C styles abound, offering a compact and easily maneuverable footprint that starts at around $90 per night. A full-sized Class A motor home can cost $200 per night or more. The larger fifth-wheel style begins at $150 per night.

Arizona RV Rentals by City 

  • Phoenix - With plenty of space to spread out and ideal temperatures throughout the winter months, Phoenix remains at the top of the list as a destination for RV enthusiasts wanting to escape snowy weather. Renters will find a plentiful range of RV styles to match their requirements, including fifth-wheel vehicles and their choice of Class A motor homes.
  • Tucson - A beautiful destination in its own right, Tucson also makes an excellent base for road travelers visiting Texas, Mexico or points further west. There are plenty of different RV styles on the rental market, so drivers can get the exact vehicle type they require.
  • Mesa - This suburb of Phoenix skirts the city proper and gives great access to the open roads going south. It’s also popular with RV enthusiasts and, therefore, supports a large rental market with plenty of choices.
  • Chandler - This upscale suburb is one of the southernmost in the Phoenix area and acts as a gateway to Tucson and other destinations to the south. There’s no end to the options when it comes to RV styles; from small trailer models to full-scale Class A camper homes, renters will find the ride they want.

 Best National Parks in Arizona 

  • Grand Canyon National Park  - As one of the largest and most awe-inspiring national parks in the United States, the Grand Canyon invites days of exploration. Hiking, helicopter tours, and photography are the best ways to capture the grandeur. The highly popular South Rim area features the only campground with RV hookups. There are paved sites, a dump station, a store, and laundry facilities.
  • Saguaro National Park  - Take in the raw beauty of the Sonoran Desert with campsites featuring facilities for tent camping only. One pass is good for both park locations and allows users to hike and explore the area for up to seven days.
  • Petrified Forest National Park - Guests can hike, admire petroglyphs, search for fossils, and appreciate the many ancient tree remains at this fascinating national park. Visitors are allowed to park at the site, but camping is limited to backpacking on foot only, and the site must be a minimum of one mile from your vehicle.

 Popular State Parks in Arizona 

  • Jerome State Historic Park - Explore Arizona’s mining past with educational exhibits and a tour of a historic mansion. There’s a picnic area, ample parking, and restrooms.
  • Kartchner Caverns State Park - Tour the caves, and then, relax in your RV in the camping area that features full hookups and shower facilities.
  • Lake Havasu State Park - RV drivers can enjoy the lake activities and the convenience of a site offering full hookups, a dump station, and a personal fire pit.
  • Lost Dutchman State Park - All sizes of RVs are welcome at this site that offers full hookups, a picnic table, and a fire pit while enjoying the Superstition Mountains scenery.
  • Lyman Lake State Park - Visitors can get their fill of lake activities with a stay at campsites featuring some hookups and enough space for any RV style.
  • Patagonia Lake State Park - There's kayaking and hiking enough to fill the days while your nights will be spent enjoying a site with full hookups and a porch for sun protection at this pretty lake.
  • Picacho Peak State Park - Desert camping at its finest is the draw of this ruggedly beautiful hiking area. Each RV site features electricity and access to free Wi-Fi.
  • Roper Lake State Park - There are two full hookup campgrounds open to RVs at this lake where fishing, swimming, and boating will fill the daylight hours.

 Must-see Monuments and Landmarks in Arizona 

  • Horseshoe Bend - A breathtaking overlook vista of natural red rock formations carved by the Colorado River is the highlight of a visit to this beautiful attraction. There are campgrounds nearby but no camping on site. A bit of hiking is required to reach the scenic area.
  • Antelope Canyon - Reservations are strongly recommended when visiting this visually stunning formation. Wind, water, and time have carved the sandstone into undulating waves of stratified color. While the area is reserved for day visits only, there are RV-friendly facilities at nearby Wahweap Campground.
  • Standing on the Corner Park - You can stand on the corner, but you can’t camp on it at this park dedicated to the famous Eagles song, "Take It Easy." Visitors can explore the quaint area paying tribute to the song and the bygone Route 66 era before camping at nearby Homolovi State Park where RVs are welcome.

 Popular RV Parks and Campgrounds in Arizona 

  • Rancho Sedona RV Park - Shady trees and a nearby river give this campground plenty of natural character. Sturdy cement pads keep your RV nice and level while cable TV, full hookups, and Wi-Fi make your stay in the Sedona area more comfortable.
  • Tombstone RV Park & Campground - Guests can revel in the Old West appeal of Tombstone while using this fun, Western-themed RV park as their home base. Full hookups, complimentary Wi-Fi, laundry facilities, and bathrooms with showers make your stay more enjoyable.
  • Desert’s Edge RV Park - Guests will enjoy the proximity to Phoenix offered by this popular park. Keys to the beautiful swimming pool come as part of the welcome packet. There are full hookups, Wi-Fi, a picnic area with grills, and bathrooms with showers.
  • Grand Canyon Railway RV Park - For RV drivers who don’t want to bring their RV into the Grand Canyon Park area, this campground provides the fun solution of taking a historic train ride to the attraction. Campers have access to the hotel’s amenities as well, which include a swimming pool, Wi-Fi, and cable TV in addition to full hookups. It's also one of the top 10 campgrounds & RV parks in Arizona.

 RV Dump Stations in Arizona 

  • Phoenix area - Phoenix and its suburbs offer dozens of dumping stations, but you may encounter traffic and the occasional fee in order to use them. Opening hours are daily, usually from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. 
  • Tucson - There are a handful of dump stations in the city, some of them offering 24-hour availability, and many of them require no fee. 
  • Prescott - There are five dump stations in the city, all of them free. They offer opening hours from as early as 7 a.m. to as late as 5 p.m. One site also offers non-potable water for free to patrons.
  • Yuma - There are four dumping stations in town. Most of them charging a small fee although one of them is free. Several offer 24-hour access while the others are open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. on select days of the week.

 Upcoming Events in Arizona 

  • Arizona State Fair - A celebration of livestock and produce with everyone’s favorite carnival rides, midway games, musical performances, and food stand treats are the highlights of this enormous, century-old annual attraction.
  • Arizona Renaissance Festival - Watch a medieval-themed show on one of 14 stages at this permanent site near Apache Junction decorated in full Renaissance splendor. In addition to the entertainment, crafts and food stalls allow you to immerse yourself in the distant past.
  • Scottsdale Street Eats - This popular food festival gives visitors a chance to sample an array of cuisines and includes cooking demonstrations and eating contests. More than 50 vendors offer reduced-rate samples of their best dishes for diners to enjoy.

National Parks Near Arizona

State Parks Near Arizona

RV Parks and Campgrounds Near Arizona

RV Storage Near Arizona
Phoenix boasts warm weather throughout most of the year, making it a perfect vacation spot. When you go on your RV trip, you can explore everything from the Phoenix Zoo to Camelback Mountain. Check out some great RV trips to take in the state. Furthermore, there are many RV campgrounds available to act as your second home during your vacation. When you’re not on the road, you’ll want to trust a Phoenix RV self-storage facility. Many storage facilities provide both outdoor and indoor RV storage in Phoenix, AZ.
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Frequently Asked Questions About Renting an RV Near Arizona

How much does it cost to rent an RV in Arizona?

Motorhomes are divided into Class A, B, and C vehicles. On average expect to pay $185 per night for Class A, $149 per night for Class B and $179 per night for Class C.

Do you need to be a certain age to rent an RV in Arizona?

Yes. The minimum age is 25 to be eligible to get an RV Rental in Arizona from RVshare.

Does RVshare have emergency roadside assistance?

Yes. Every RV rental booked through RVshare receives 24/7 emergency roadside assistance.

Does RVshare offer one way RV rentals in Arizona?

Yes. Prior to renting any RV, check with the owner since not all will offer this particular option.