RV Rental Cottonwood, AZ

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Forest River RV Salem FSX 178BHSK
2021 Travel Trailer

Forest River RV Salem FSX 178BHSK

Sleeps 6 23.0ft
3.2 miles from Cottonwood, AZ
(20)
$99 /night
Forest River Alta 2100MBH
2022 Travel Trailer

Forest River Alta 2100MBH

Sleeps 7 25.0ft
17.9 miles from Cottonwood, AZ
(12)
$112 /night
Keystone RV Montana 331RL
2021 Fifth Wheel

Keystone RV Montana 331RL

Sleeps 6 37.4ft
5.8 miles from Cottonwood, AZ
(3)
$198 /night
Forest River RV Rockwood Mini Lite 2509S
2021 Travel Trailer

Forest River RV Rockwood Mini Lite 2509S

Sleeps 8 26.0ft
14.4 miles from Cottonwood, AZ
(3)
$114 /night
Entegra Coach Odyssey 24B
2021 Class C Motor Home

Entegra Coach Odyssey 24B

Sleeps 5 26.8ft
4.1 miles from Cottonwood, AZ
(3)
$203 /night
Forest River RV Stealth TQS2414
2019 Toy Hauler

Forest River RV Stealth TQS2414

Sleeps 6 27.0ft
14.4 miles from Cottonwood, AZ
(2)
$114 /night
Forest River RV Cherokee Grey Wolf 26DBH
2022 Travel Trailer

Forest River RV Cherokee Grey Wolf 26DBH

Sleeps 10 31.583ft
19.3 miles from Cottonwood, AZ
New Listing New Listing
$99 /night
Winnebago Minnie Winnie 22R
2017 Class C Motor Home

Winnebago Minnie Winnie 22R

Sleeps 6 23.0ft
12.0 miles from Cottonwood, AZ
(26)
$175 /night
Forest River RV Cherokee Wolf Pup 17JG
2022 Travel Trailer

Forest River RV Cherokee Wolf Pup 17JG

Sleeps 5 23.0ft
5.4 miles from Cottonwood, AZ
(1)
$99 /night
Forest River RV R Pod RP-178
2016 Travel Trailer

Forest River RV R Pod RP-178

Sleeps 4 20.0ft
19.2 miles from Cottonwood, AZ
New Listing New Listing
$92 /night
NeXus RV Triumph 32T
2021 Class C Motor Home

NeXus RV Triumph 32T

Sleeps 7 33.0ft
16.6 miles from Cottonwood, AZ
(1)
$190 /night
Forest River RV IBEX 19MBH
2022 Travel Trailer

Forest River RV IBEX 19MBH

Sleeps 5 24.0ft
1.4 miles from Cottonwood, AZ
(1)
$112 /night
Grand Design Momentum M-Class 328M
2019 Fifth Wheel

Grand Design Momentum M-Class 328M

Sleeps 5 35.0ft
14.5 miles from Cottonwood, AZ
New Listing New Listing
$127 /night
Highland Ridge RV Silverstar SF373RBS
2020 Fifth Wheel

Highland Ridge RV Silverstar SF373RBS

Sleeps 6 42.0ft
13.5 miles from Cottonwood, AZ
$169 /night
Forest River RV Rockwood Ultra Lite 2881S
2019 Fifth Wheel

Forest River RV Rockwood Ultra Lite 2881S

Sleeps 5 32.0ft
15.7 miles from Cottonwood, AZ
New Listing New Listing
$125 /night
Heartland Mallard 260
2020 Travel Trailer

Heartland Mallard 260

Sleeps 5 31.0ft
78.3 miles from Cottonwood, AZ
(33)
$115 /night
Fleetwood RV Bounder 34T
2015 Class A Motor Home

Fleetwood RV Bounder 34T

Sleeps 5 35.0ft
2.9 miles from Cottonwood, AZ
$286 /night
Keystone RV Hideout 295BHS
2016 Fifth Wheel

Keystone RV Hideout 295BHS

Sleeps 10 34.0ft
19.5 miles from Cottonwood, AZ
(1)
$162 /night
Jayco Jay Flight SLX 7 174BH
2023 Travel Trailer

Jayco Jay Flight SLX 7 174BH

Sleeps 5 21.0ft
78.3 miles from Cottonwood, AZ
(15)
$115 /night
Dutchmen RV Voltage V3990
2014 Fifth Wheel

Dutchmen RV Voltage V3990

Sleeps 8 44.0ft
19.1 miles from Cottonwood, AZ
New Listing New Listing
$145 /night

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Cottonwood is in the heart of the Verde Valley, not far from the magical, red-rock oasis of Sedona. Many people refer to the city as "The Heart of Arizona Wine Country" because of the numerous wineries and vineyards located within the surrounding areas. Visitors come to the city, which has a population of 12,000 people, to sample the area's wine offerings and eat at restaurants like Crema Craft Kitchen and Bar, where they can enjoy locally grown food. 

Aside from the wineries and local food offerings, people visit Cottonwood for its mild winter climate. Although there's occasional snow, most days temperatures remain in the mid-50s. If you visit during the summer, expect much hotter temperatures, with temperatures soaring into the mid-90s. Stay cool when temperatures rise by taking a kayak tour on the Verde River or stopping into gift shops in the historic old town of Cottonwood.

If you are into Wild West lore and culture, check out the popular Blazin’ M Ranch. The "ranch" offers a chuckwagon dinner and a western stage show. You can also take part in a historic tour of Jerome, a town with a rich mining history that is a popular tourist destination near Cottonwood. While you're in Jerome, you might also want to check out the Cemetery Ghost Adventure. This one-hour guided historical walking tour tells the stories of the Wild West, specifically its ghost stories. Visitors who want to experience nearby Sedona at night, can consider booking a sunset and stargazing picnic with a local company. 

Campgrounds Near Cottonwood, Arizona

Rio Verde Campground, a medium-sized RV park about 15 minutes from Sedona, offers full hookups for RVers. The campground's location near Sedona is ideal for people who want to visit this popular area but don't want to deal with the crowds found at some RV campgrounds. Another perk of staying at the Rio Verde Campground is its ATV rentals, making it possible to explore the ATV trails in the area even if you don't own an all-terrain vehicle. 

Verde Valley RV & Camping Resort is another RV park located near Cottonwood. Visitors enjoy staying at this RV park for its views — every spot has a mountain view. This kid-friendly RV campground is larger than most, and with 366 RV spaces, it has plenty of spaces for its guests to choose from. The RV park has back-in and pull-through spots and offers full hookups, a pool and hot tub, laundry facilities, a camp store, and a playground. If you work on the road, consider using an internet connectivity product like Starlink because cell reception and WiFi are spotty in this park. 

Are you planning on spending several weeks in the Cottonwood area? Consider Camelot RV Park, a small RV park that caters to long-stay RVers. Many of the park's RVers consider Camelot their full-time home. Even if you only plan to stay a couple of days, the park's residents are friendly and welcoming to short-timers. The park has full hookups, back-in and pull-through sites, and 30/50 amp electrical service.

State Parks Near Cottonwood, Arizona

Despite its name, Dead Horse Ranch State Park is an excellent place to visit to see the area's wildlife and take in stunning views of the surrounding landscape. The state park is situated along the Verde River and for many years was a working ranch. These days the park is all about recreation. Every year, thousands of visitors come to the state park to hike, fish, camp, kayak, and bird watch in a rather mild climate. The park has two fishing lagoons and numerous trails that run through swamps, forested areas, and washes. 

Are you a history buff? Then you must check out the Jerome State Historic Park, located 20 minutes from Cottonwood, Arizona. Within the park's boundaries, you'll find the Douglas Mansion. This mansion is the former home of one of the Little Daisy Mine's owners. Today, it's a museum that gives visitors a history lesson about the area and an idea of what life was like for miners in the rugged terrain.

If you want to stick closer to Cottonwood, check out the Verde River Greenway State Natural Area, which is only 10 minutes from Cottonwood. The state's natural area is one of Arizona's largest and boasts surprisingly mild year-round temperatures. The natural area consists of 500 square acres of natural space that's perfect for many outdoor recreation activities like bird-watching, wildlife viewing, mountain biking, and hiking. Enjoy your time kayaking the crystal-clear waters of the Verde River or swimming during the summer. 

National Sites Near Cottonwood, Arizona

The Tuzigoot National Monument contains 1400-year-old stone structures constructed by the Sinagua people who once lived in the Verde Valley. Visitors to Tuzigoot can explore the 100-room pueblo and learn more about how the water-rich environment allowed this ancient agricultural community to flourish. When visiting the monument's museum, you'll also discover how the Tuzigoots played an integral role in travel and trade in the Southwest region. The monument is open year-round and is a wonderful desert excursion. If you want to explore more, consider hiking along the 0.6-mile Pueblo Trail or spend some time at the Tavasci Marsh Overlook Trail. 

The Montezuma Castle National Monument achieved national monument status in 1906 as one of the first four national historic sites that President Roosevelt designated. The five-story dwelling is centuries old and once home to ancient cave-dwelling peoples. The entire structure consists of 20 rooms and rises 70 feet above ground. The ancient settlers built their dwellings high off the ground to protect their homes and belongings from flooding. Visitors to the national monument aren't allowed in the dwellings, but there is a paved trail with signage that provides you with plenty of information about the site. There's also a visitor's center where you'll find more information. 

Walnut Canyon National Monument pays homage to settlers in the area dating back nearly 700 years ago. At this national monument, you'll see curved canyon walls, pueblos, and other rebuilt structures that give you an idea of what life was like for early settlers. As you explore the area, you'll discover geological formations and stunning canyon views. Take advantage of the many observation points in the park to get a complete picture of what the landscape looked like 700 years ago, much of which hasn't changed. Plan your visit accordingly, and keep in mind that the area where the historic site is located experiences afternoon monsoon thunderstorms in the summer. 

National Forests Near Cottonwood, Arizona

Prescott National Forest covers over 1.25 million acres, extending from Granite Mountain to Black Canyon City. It merged with the Verde National Forest in 1908 and received its current name. The national forest has elevations that range from 3,000 to 8,000 feet, includes deserts and mountains, and is home to some of the most stunning views in the southwest region of the United States. Hikers enjoy many trails that run through the forest, including the 10.1-mile Baby Granite Loop and the 5.7-mile Balancing Rock Trail, the latter a favorite trail for mountain bikers and horseback riders.

The largest national forest in Arizona is the Tonto National Forest. It covers more than 2.8 million acres and is the seventh-largest national forest in the United States. Tonto National Forest is located northeast of Phoenix about three hours south of Cottonwood. The Salt River runs through the forest, as do parts of the Scenic and Verde Wild rivers. This national forest is home to quite a few high-mileage trails that are perfect for a backpacking trip. These trails include the 80-mile Black Canyon Trail and the 234-mile Fools Loop Trail, which begins and ends in downtown Phoenix. 

A mere 25 miles from the Utah border is The Kaibab National Forest. If you want to immerse yourself in Arizona's diverse ecosystems and landscapes, you won't want to miss visiting this national forest. The forest consists of mountain lakes, high-elevation meadows, and even includes stunning views of the Grand Canyon. In fact, many visitors prefer to see the Grand Canyon from the forest because there are fewer, if any, crowds. You can enjoy breathtaking views of the magnificent natural wonder in peace and quiet.

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Best National Parks Near Cottonwood, AZ

Only 20 minutes from Cottonwood, Arizona is one of the United State's most celebrated national parks, Grand Canyon National Park. The park contains over 1.2 million acres, and its main feature is the canyon carved out over millennia by the Colorado River. Each year millions of visitors hike the park's trails, explore its canyons by mule, and even take helicopter rides to get a bird's eye view of this massive natural phenomenon. Before you explore the park, visit the visitor's center to learn more about the park's activities, trail closures, and how the Grand Canyon formed. For families who want to hike but don't want a strenuous trail experience, consider the 4-mile Point Imperial trail that's flat and easy while showing off impressive North Rim canyon views. 

The Petrified Forest National Park is located approximately two and a half hours from Cottonwood, Arizona. Although it's not as well-known as other national parks, it's well worth the visit, especially if you want to experience Arizona's landscape in technicolor. This national park is home to large, colorful rock-like formations that are actually petrified wood. The park is home to over 600 archeological sites with artifacts and petroglyphs that tell a story of what life was like in this area for the last 8,000 years of human inhabitation. The park is home to over 200 bird species, as well as pronghorns, coyotes, and bobcats. Explore the park on foot via one of the many trails, including the easy, 1-mile, out-and-back Painted Desert Rim trail.

Saguaro National Park is about three hours south of Cottonwood near Tucson, Arizona. If you're searching for a landscape that includes the iconic Saguaro cactus, you'll find it in this national park. This cactus species is only found in the Sonora Desert, and the park's filled with these majestic cacti. People also visit Saguaro National Park for its rock climbing, mountain biking, and hiking opportunities. If you want to see the park on foot, put on a backpack, bring plenty of water and sunscreen, and head out on the 10.3-mile Cactus Forest Loop trail. While this is a high-distance trail, it's an easy flat loop that provides hikers and bikers with plenty of cacti views. 

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Prescott is another scenic part of Arizona where you’ll find lots of RV parks, including the Point of Rocks Campground, which is the shining jewel of this city. This part of the state is also home to Affinity RV, which is one of the most popular RV service facilities that offers motor home dump stations Arizona.

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Frequently Asked Questions About Renting an RV Near Cottonwood, AZ

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

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. Towable RVs include 5th Wheel, Travel Trailers, Popups, and Toy Hauler. On average, in Cottonwood, AZ, the 5th Wheel trailer starts at $70 per night. Pricing for the Travel Trailer begins at $60 per night, and the Popup Trailer starts at $65 per night.

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

Yes. The minimum age is 25 to be eligible to get an RV Rental in Cottonwood 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 Cottonwood?

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