Explore Flagstaff, Arizona

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Winnebago Solis 59P
2022 Class B Camping Van

Winnebago Solis 59P

Sleeps 4 19.9ft
1.6 miles from Flagstaff, AZ
(16)
$199 /night
Dutchmen RV Aspen Trail 2850BHS
2021 Travel Trailer

Dutchmen RV Aspen Trail 2850BHS

Sleeps 9 32.0ft
3.3 miles from Flagstaff, AZ
(14)
$125 /night
Keystone RV Springdale SM1800BH18
2018 Travel Trailer

Keystone RV Springdale SM1800BH18

Sleeps 5 21.42ft
10.3 miles from Flagstaff, AZ
(5)
$108 /night
Dutchmen RV Kodiak Ultimate 291RESL
2017 Travel Trailer

Dutchmen RV Kodiak Ultimate 291RESL

Sleeps 4 32.0ft
10.1 miles from Flagstaff, AZ
(7)
$109 /night
Keystone RV Springdale 242RKWE
2020 Travel Trailer

Keystone RV Springdale 242RKWE

Sleeps 6 28.0ft
3.3 miles from Flagstaff, AZ
(1)
$110 /night
Coachmen RV Apex Nano 185BH
2020 Travel Trailer

Coachmen RV Apex Nano 185BH

Sleeps 5 20.0ft
3.3 miles from Flagstaff, AZ
(1)
$100 /night
forest river Wolf Pup 16BH
2019 Travel Trailer

forest river Wolf Pup 16BH

Sleeps 5 16.0ft
3.3 miles from Flagstaff, AZ
(3)
$119 /night
Bean Stock Teardrop Trailer
2021 Travel Trailer

Bean Stock Teardrop Trailer

Sleeps 3 14.0ft
1.8 miles from Flagstaff, AZ
(1)
$110 /night
Forest River RV Salem FSX 178BHSK
2021 Travel Trailer

Forest River RV Salem FSX 178BHSK

Sleeps 6 23.0ft
39.6 miles from Flagstaff, AZ
(19)
$99 /night
Renegade Vienna 25FWC
2022 Class B Camping Van

Renegade Vienna 25FWC

Sleeps 5 25.0ft
9.4 miles from Flagstaff, AZ
New Listing New Listing
$183 /night
Forest River RV Rockwood GEO Pro G19FD
2021 Travel Trailer

Forest River RV Rockwood GEO Pro G19FD

Sleeps 3 19.0ft
1.8 miles from Flagstaff, AZ
New Listing New Listing
$115 /night
Forest River RV R Pod RP-196
2021 Travel Trailer

Forest River RV R Pod RP-196

Sleeps 4 22.0ft
1.7 miles from Flagstaff, AZ
(4)
$125 /night
Tiffin Motorhomes Wayfarer 25 RW
2022 Class C Motor Home

Tiffin Motorhomes Wayfarer 25 RW

Sleeps 5 25.0ft
9.4 miles from Flagstaff, AZ
$211 /night
Adventurer LP (ALP) Adventurer 86fb
2023 Travel Trailer

Adventurer LP (ALP) Adventurer 86fb

Sleeps 3 15.0ft
3.6 miles from Flagstaff, AZ
(1)
$109 /night
Bean Stock Teardrop Trailer
2021 Travel Trailer

Bean Stock Teardrop Trailer

Sleeps 3 13.0ft
1.8 miles from Flagstaff, AZ
$110 /night
TC Teardrop Overland Teardrop Trailer
2021 Travel Trailer

TC Teardrop Overland Teardrop Trailer

Sleeps 2 14.0ft
1.8 miles from Flagstaff, AZ
(1)
$110 /night
nuCamp RV TAG XL 6-Wide
2020 Travel Trailer

nuCamp RV TAG XL 6-Wide

Sleeps 2 13.0ft
1.7 miles from Flagstaff, AZ
(4)
$90 /night
Riverside RV Retro 179
2021 Travel Trailer

Riverside RV Retro 179

Sleeps 2 20.0ft
11.2 miles from Flagstaff, AZ
New Listing New Listing
$120 /night
nuCamp RV T@G XL 6-Wide
2018 Travel Trailer

nuCamp RV T@G XL 6-Wide

Sleeps 2 13.0ft
1.8 miles from Flagstaff, AZ
(18)
$80 /night
Forest River RV Forester LE 3251DSLE Ford
2020 Class C Motor Home

Forest River RV Forester LE 3251DSLE Ford

Sleeps 8 32.0ft
98.7 miles from Flagstaff, AZ
(9)
$179 /night

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Discover Explore Flagstaff, Arizona in an RV!

Traveling the country and visiting Explore Flagstaff, Arizona in an RV is a great way to spend a vacation! You have the flexibility to tailor your trip to suit your needs on any given day. You can stay longer in a spot you really like, or pack up and move on if you’re feeling antsy. You can even take a detour from your planned trip if you see something interesting and want to take a side journey to investigate. RVing is also a great way to travel with kids, who tend to like routines. They can get out and experience new things during the day, but go to sleep in the same spot they’re familiar with each night. You also have a home base to retreat if they need to nap or just take a break for a while.

If you’re interested in RV travel but don’t have your own, that’s no problem! You can rent one with RVshare. In fact, we have over 100 RV Rentals in Explore Flagstaff, Arizona for you to choose from! Even if you’re considering purchasing one, you may want to rent through RVshare first to try it out. Finally, if you’ve never taken a vacation with a camper or motorhome before, RVshare is a great way to take a first trip. You’re covered by their insurance, and they have 24-hour roadside assistance so if you have any trouble at all, you can call and get help.

RVshare’s website also offers you a variety of motorhomes, campers, and trailers to choose from for your trip. If you’re traveling with a large group or want things like showers, bathrooms, and entertainment centers with comfy chairs, a Class A motorhome will be right for you. If you’re traveling solo or as a couple, a Class B campervan may be all you need, and the fact that they’re smaller makes them easier to handle and able to fit almost any camping spot. A Class C camper is right in between those two - larger than a campervan and with some amenities of a Class A motorhome without being quite as big as that. You can also rent 5th wheel trailers, teardrop campers, toy haulers, and a variety of other trailers to stay in as well.

One more thing to keep in mind while you’re budgeting for your trip is that many owners will offer lower rates the longer you rent a vehicle. You can see the daily, weekly, and monthly rates for renting each vehicle by clicking on the camper you’re interested in, then scrolling down where you’ll find a price breakdown. The cost per day should go down the longer you rent.

You can also search by other factors that are important to you. Search by size or type of vehicle, price, and even by the year the camper was made. You can search for pet-friendly motorhomes, and for one-way or round-trip rentals.

As you’re planning your trip, be sure to check our suggestions here on this page. We’ve rounded up the closest national and state parks you might enjoy, along with historic sites and other things to do in the area. The Events & Entertainment section has a timely list of sports, music, festivals, and other events happening in the area and you can search by the dates when you’ll be visiting.

There’s also helpful information on where to camp, available dump stations, and road trips you can plan with Explore Flagstaff, Arizona as your starting point. You’re sure to find plenty of ideas for where to go and what to do while you’re in the area!

Explore Flagstaff, AZ

Sedona, known for its convenient proximity to Red Rock State Park and the Devil's Bridge Trail, is only 35 miles south of Flagstaff. Both Prescott and Prescott Valley are a little under 100 miles from the city and make for a great weekend getaway.

Within Flagstaff, you can check out the Riordan Mansion State Historic Park near Northern Arizona University. Four miles away from the downtown area, the mansion here was built in 1904 by two Riordan families. It boasts 40 rooms and more than 13,000 square feet of living space. The visitor center and grounds are open daily.

Stop by the Lowell Observatory, also four miles away, to check out their Clark Refractor Telescope and Pluto Discovery Telescope. This facility has been making groundbreaking astronomical discoveries for over 127 years. They offer astrophotography courses as well as tours and virtual exhibits. Lowell Observatory also teaches visitors about the International Dark-Sky Association. Flagstaff was made the first internationally recognized Dark Sky City in 2001.

The Arboretum at Flagstaff promises beautiful vistas of the San Francisco Peaks. This 200-acre property is home to 750 unique plant species native to the Colorado Plateau. Just nine miles outside the city, the arboretum encourages guests to take wildflower and bird walks. A special botanical blacksmith exhibit is hosted in the summer between May and September. You should also check their event calendar for upcoming concerts and parties.

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Best National Parks Near Flagstaff, AZ

Eighty miles to the north of Flagstaff, Grand Canyon National Park encompasses 1.2 million acres of land. This includes its giant namesake canyon made by the Colorado River. Those interested in a peaceful tour of the area should consider walking the easy Bright Angel Point path that starts near the North Rim Visitor Center. The 6.5-mile Grandview is a steep and challenging trail best left to the experts. The canyon itself is 277 miles long and 18 miles wide. While visiting the park, you can camp, book a mule ride, or head to the Grand Canyon Village.

Drive 116 miles east to discover Petrified Forest National Park. You can easily reach this 220-square-mile park via I-40. The high desert climate supports over 200 bird species and countless mammals like coyotes and pronghorns. This desert has been occupied by humans for more than 8,000 years, and over 600 archeological sites are located within its boundaries. You're welcome to ride horses, backpack, hike, and participate in ranger-led tours and seasonal events. Other local points of interest include the Crystal Forest and the Petrified Desert Rim Trail.

Bryce Canyon National Park in Southern Utah is a lengthy 287 miles away. While it's a longer drive than other national parks, it boasts gorgeous rock spire formations. This desert landscape experiences extreme temperature fluctuations throughout the year. Snowfall is common between December and April, while thunderstorms occur most frequently in July and August. The cold season allows visitors to snowshoe, snowmobile, and cross-country ski. Both of the park's on-site campgrounds offer RV-friendly camping options.

Popular State Parks Near Flagstaff, AZ

The Riordan Mansion State Historic Park is only a brisk 10-minute drive outside the city. This historic estate commemorates the Riordan brothers, who were instrumental in the development of Flagstaff and Sedona at the turn of the 20th century. The duplex-style mansion was a marvel in its day, with indoor plumbing and hot and cold water. There's adequate RV parking here, but it may be easier to reserve a spot at a nearby campground, such as Flagstaff KOA Holiday.

Slide Rock State Park near Sedona was once a privately owned apple orchard situated along Oak Creek. Only 25 miles south, this 43-acre plot was acquired by Frank Pendley in 1910. He created an irrigation system and later built cabins for tourists. Visitors who head here can swim in Oak Creek and enjoy crisp apples. Don't forget to slide down the famous 80-foot Slide Rock, which has a 7% declining slope. Native species in the area include mule deer, ravens, snakes, and hawks.

Red Rock State Park is one of the more recent additions to the state's park system. This park spans 286 acres and is close to cities like Big Park and Sedona. Visitors to the park can enjoy several hiking, biking, and horseback riding trails, and it's common to spot wildlife, including grazing mule deer and javelina. Since Red Rock State Park is a nature preserve, only service animals are allowed on the grounds.

Must-see Monuments and Landmarks Near Flagstaff, AZ

You only have to drive 20 minutes outside of Flagstaff to find the Walnut Canyon National Monument. It features rebuilt structures and gardens that showcase what it was like to live here 700 years ago. The great canyon walls and pueblos tell the story of the architectural traditions of the Sinagua people. The one-mile Island Trail walks you through up to 25 of these ancient homes. No camping is permitted at the site, but you'll find ample camping spots around Flagstaff, like Black Bart's RV Park.

The Sunset Crater Volcano National Monument last erupted almost 1,000 years ago, forever changing the surrounding landscape. Eighteen miles away from the city, this site is now home to a massive volcanic crater. It's the youngest extinct volcano in the Colorado Plateau. The 3.5-mile Lava's Edge Trail takes you past splatter cones, black sand, and strangely shaped pillars. Feel free to keep your RV at the 44-site Bonito Campground, which is located within the monument.

Wupatki National Monument sits between the Painted Desert and the ponderosa highlands of Northern Arizona. You only have to travel six miles out of Flagstaff to explore these ancient pueblos made by indigenous groups 900 years ago. Woodlands are steadily replacing the natural grasslands in the region. Trek across the Citadel and Nalakihu Pueblos Trail to view a large limestone sinkhole as well as two human-made structures with over 50 rooms between them. The Wupatki Visitor Center has a gift shop, picnic tables, and informational brochures. If you are looking for overnight accommodations, the monument's entrance isn't far from the Flagstaff KOA Holiday and Greer's Pine Shadows RV Park.

RVshare’s Top Picks for Nearby RV Parks & Campgrounds

Bonito Campground offers a remote, pet-friendly camping experience just five miles away from Flagstaff. The on-site amphitheater often hosts ranger talks as well as nature and science presentations. Every site comes with picnic tables, grills, and a fire ring. It's important to note that there are no utility hookups. Daily rates start at $26.

Black Bart's RV Park is most well-known for its popular steakhouse. Less than three miles from town, its easy proximity to Downtown Flagstaff makes it effortless to stock up on groceries and supplies. They have 175 pull-through campsites that boast 50-amp electrical service and full hookups. There's also an on-site office and a stocked gift shop.

Campers traveling with pets should head to Greer's Pine Shadows RV Park. With a great location very close to the city, this campground offers excellent forest access and a dog run. Full hookups and both back-in and pull-through sites are available. Camping rates for RVs start at $37 a night.

RV Dump Stations Near Flagstaff, AZ
<p>You&#39;ll find several <a href="https://rvshare.com/dumpstations/arizona">RV dump stations</a> nearby in Prescott Valley. For example, Fairgrounds RV Park offers facilities for registered guests and visitors. About 94 miles away, this campground is open every day of the week during normal business hours. </p> <p>The LDLP of Prescott Valley is 88 miles south. They have a full-service RV mechanic on duty and also offer replacement motorhome parts. Their dump station is free to use and open to the public. This RV service station is only 24 miles from Prescott National Forest. </p>

RV Rentals Near Flagstaff, AZ

You'll find RV rentals of all shapes, sizes, and capacities near Flagstaff, AZ. The largest motorhomes, Class A rigs, tend to have lengths between 25 and 45 feet. Perfect for campgrounds, they include full kitchens, various entertainment options, and comfortable main suites. Class B campers are one of the more compact motorhomes. Comparable to driving an oversized van, these rentals are great for backcountry or dispersed camping. You can also rent a Class B motorhome near Flagstaff if you're interested in a medium-sized rig. They're not as big as Class A RVs but boast many of the same convenient amenities. For explorers looking for towable RVs, consider checking out RVshare's selection of pop-up and fifth-wheel trailers.

Nature lovers won't want to miss staying at Mormon Lake Lodge RV Park and Campground. Surrounded by a thick pine forest, this facility has 74 campsites that can accommodate nearly every rig. Twenty minutes away from Flagstaff, Pine View RV Park is inexpensive and big-rig-friendly. It's not far from Tonto National Forest and the Mogollon Rim. You can also visit nearby Riordan Mansion State Historic Park or Red Rock State Park to learn more about the region's history. One of the most prominent national sites in the region is the Sunset Crater Volcano National Monument. Surrounded by red rocks, a 1,000-foot cone of black soot and cinders cuts across the horizon. This volcano last erupted about 900 years ago. Today, visitors can hike or bike the many trails around the cone. There's also a driving tour available.

From Flagstaff, you might also consider planning an amazing road trip to Fort Bragg, CA, Provo, UT or Long Beach, CA.

Frequently Asked Questions About Renting an RV Near Flagstaff, AZ

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

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 Flagstaff, 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 Flagstaff?

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

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