There’s a long list of reasons why you should choose a Flagstaff RV rental, but perhaps the most enticing one is how close to nature you can get when you vacation in an RV. To make the most of your adventure, start by finding the right class of RV rental in Flagstaff at the right price.
Class A motorhome rentals in Flagstaff offer you the most space, and, because they're furnished with the latest features, you’ll never miss the comforts of home. Class C RVs are the next size down and easily the most popular because they sleep four to six people and come with the amenities most RVers want, including a stove, bathroom and sleeping quarters. They're also easier to drive than a Class A motorhome if you aren't used to driving a large vehicle.
Class B RVs are the smallest of the non-towable RV rentals in Flagstaff. Even though they're small and typically sleep two people comfortably, they come with top-of-the-line amenities. These look like vans and are often described as camper rentals in Flagstaff.
Towable trailers are in a category all their own. The largest of these is the fifth wheel, which connects to a flatbed truck using a special connection. Other towables are smaller and include toy haulers, teardrop campers, and pop-up camper rentals in Flagstaff.
It’s as if Flagstaff and the surrounding area were made for camping with the beautiful geological formations there. This list of top 10 campgrounds will give you some great ideas for your next RV trip.
Check out J & H RV Park and Lake View Campground when you're scouting for places to stay. J & H RV Park offers immaculate facilities, good hookups and beautiful landscaping. It's easy to take day trips from this park to the Arizona Ghost Town, the Petrified Forest and Glen Canyon Dam.
Lake View Campground is a clean and well-kept campground that's just a short walk from a lake. This a popular location for RVers who want to get out of the heat. The list of recreational activities is nearly endless and includes winter sports, fishing, horse riding and hiking.
When you think of national parks in the United States, Grand Canyon National Park is probably in the top three that come to your mind. As one of America’s most iconic parks, it draws millions of visitors from around the world each year. The awe-inspiring Grand Canyon is about 75 miles north and slightly west of Flagstaff.
Wupatki National Monument, Walnut Canyon National Monument and Coconino National Forest are state parks near Flagstaff where you can walk trails and see remarkable rocks and cliff dwellings.
You may need to find an RV storage facility for your Flagstaff RV rental for the times when you know you’re not going to be living in your RV. Keep the following names on a list in case you find yourself looking for RV storage:
You can find more on this list of storage facilities in Flagstaff.
You'll need to stop at a dumpstation on your trip to keep your RV clean, light and in peak condition. Campgrounds generally offer this service, and even if you’re not a paying guest, you can still dump at most RV campgrounds for a small fee. Kit Carson RV Park is one of the closest to Flagstaff. South of Flagstaff, you’ve got Woods Canyon Dump Station, a campground in Coconino County. In Prescott Valley, you’ll find that Affinity RV Service, Sales & Rentals offers a free dumpstation.
Once you start looking at things to do and see in Flagstaff, it can be hard to narrow down your choices. Your options include visiting natural sites and parks, cultural institutions and museums. You’ll most likely find yourself putting some things off for your next trip. The top location is the Grand Canyon, but here’s a look at some of the other most popular places to visit and things to do:
Sports in Arizona include individual sports, college sports and professional sports from all the major leagues. The Arizona Cardinals, Phoenix Suns, AC Tucson and Tucson Saguaros are some of the teams you’ll be able to catch in action. Arizona also has numerous golf courses and hosts several stops for the PGA Tour.
For other entertainment options, you can head to Flagstaff Hullabaloo for good food, music and activities for kids, while the Lowell Observatory offers a great view of the night sky. If you’d just like to hang out for a while, go to downtown Flagstaff. It's an energetic college town that's filled with bookstores, art galleries, coffee shops and restaurants.
I-40 runs east to west from California to New Mexico through Flagstaff, and I-17 takes you to Flagstaff from Phoenix.