RV Rental Parker, AZ

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Jayco White Hawk 29RE
2018 Travel Trailer

Jayco White Hawk 29RE

Sleeps 8 29.0ft
24.5 miles from Parker, AZ
(20)
$149 /night
Forest River RV Sonoma 240BHS
2018 Travel Trailer

Forest River RV Sonoma 240BHS

Sleeps 6 28.0ft
74.2 miles from Parker, AZ
(6)
$107 /night
Heartland Bighorn 3575EL
2017 Fifth Wheel

Heartland Bighorn 3575EL

Sleeps 4 39.0ft
24.7 miles from Parker, AZ
(1)
$158 /night
Prime Time RV Tracer 3150BHD
2012 Travel Trailer

Prime Time RV Tracer 3150BHD

Sleeps 8 34.0ft
22.1 miles from Parker, AZ
(8)
$150 /night
Forest River RV Shockwave 24RQMX
2021 Toy Hauler

Forest River RV Shockwave 24RQMX

Sleeps 6 30.0ft
44.2 miles from Parker, AZ
(6)
$150 /night
Forest River RV Sunseeker LE 2550DSLE Ford
2020 Class C Motor Home

Forest River RV Sunseeker LE 2550DSLE Ford

Sleeps 6 29.0ft
40.3 miles from Parker, AZ
(5)
$145 /night
Pacific Coachworks Blazen 25FBXL
2018 Toy Hauler

Pacific Coachworks Blazen 25FBXL

Sleeps 6 29.0ft
74.5 miles from Parker, AZ
(1)
$143 /night
Forest River RV Rockwood Mini Lite 2104S
2013 Travel Trailer

Forest River RV Rockwood Mini Lite 2104S

Sleeps 4 21.0ft
68.6 miles from Parker, AZ
(22)
$84 /night
OtherAZ Trailers AZ Trailers Flatbed
2010 Toy Hauler

OtherAZ Trailers AZ Trailers Flatbed

Sleeps 1 12.0ft
74.2 miles from Parker, AZ
$113 /night
Genesis Supreme 36CK
2016 Fifth Wheel

Genesis Supreme 36CK

Sleeps 7 36.0ft
24.3 miles from Parker, AZ
(27)
$188 /night
Eclipse Stellar 28DBL
2009 Toy Hauler

Eclipse Stellar 28DBL

Sleeps 6 30.0ft
22.7 miles from Parker, AZ
(10)
$130 /night
Keystone RV Avalanche 330RE
2013 Fifth Wheel

Keystone RV Avalanche 330RE

Sleeps 4 38.0ft
27.0 miles from Parker, AZ
(16)
$129 /night
Forest River RV EVO T2990
2021 Travel Trailer

Forest River RV EVO T2990

Sleeps 10 34.0ft
0.7 miles from Parker, AZ
$145 /night
Carriage Cameo 35SB3
2007 Fifth Wheel

Carriage Cameo 35SB3

Sleeps 4 36.0ft
24.3 miles from Parker, AZ
(5)
$114 /night
Forest River RV Rockwood Signature Ultra Lite 8289WS
2017 Fifth Wheel

Forest River RV Rockwood Signature Ultra Lite 8289WS

Sleeps 5 31.0ft
22.1 miles from Parker, AZ
(1)
$165 /night
Forest River RV XLR Thunderbolt 422AMP
2018 Fifth Wheel

Forest River RV XLR Thunderbolt 422AMP

Sleeps 6 42.0ft
25.8 miles from Parker, AZ
$150 /night
Forest River RV Surveyor Select SV-305
2012 Travel Trailer

Forest River RV Surveyor Select SV-305

Sleeps 8 35.0ft
22.1 miles from Parker, AZ
$150 /night
Eclipse Attitude Wide Lite 32GSG
2018 Toy Hauler

Eclipse Attitude Wide Lite 32GSG

Sleeps 8 37.0ft
12.1 miles from Parker, AZ
$275 /night
Forest River RV Georgetown 364TS
2017 Class A Motor Home

Forest River RV Georgetown 364TS

Sleeps 7 37.0ft
22.4 miles from Parker, AZ
$179 /night
Keystone RV Bullet 272BHS
2018 Travel Trailer

Keystone RV Bullet 272BHS

Sleeps 6 31.0ft
74.6 miles from Parker, AZ
(10)
$135 /night
Dutchmen RV Coleman Light 2855BH
2017 Travel Trailer

Dutchmen RV Coleman Light 2855BH

Sleeps 8 31.0ft
55.0 miles from Parker, AZ
(4)
$147 /night
Palomino Puma 31-RLQS
2022 Travel Trailer

Palomino Puma 31-RLQS

Sleeps 5 35.0ft
55.0 miles from Parker, AZ
(5)
$167 /night
Keystone RV Fuzion 424
2021 Fifth Wheel

Keystone RV Fuzion 424

Sleeps 10 44.0ft
5.4 miles from Parker, AZ
$250 /night
Thor Motor Coach Freedom Elite Freedom Elite
2015 Class C Motor Home

Thor Motor Coach Freedom Elite Freedom Elite

Sleeps 6 25.0ft
11.4 miles from Parker, AZ
(2)
$190 /night
Jayco Jay Flight 28BHS
2022 Travel Trailer

Jayco Jay Flight 28BHS

Sleeps 8 30.0ft
55.0 miles from Parker, AZ
(2)
$178 /night
Keystone RV Bullet 261RBS
2018 Travel Trailer

Keystone RV Bullet 261RBS

Sleeps 4 26.0ft
24.6 miles from Parker, AZ
(12)
$135 /night
Keystone RV Alpine 3400RS
2019 Fifth Wheel

Keystone RV Alpine 3400RS

Sleeps 4 36.0ft
25.3 miles from Parker, AZ
$154 /night

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RV Rentals near Parker, AZ

Parker is a quiet community and the county seat of La Paz County, Arizona. The city was originally founded in 1908 and named for Ely Parker, who was the U.S. government's first Native American commissioner. Because Parker was originally planned as a railroad stopover, a railroad track was laid out through the center of the new town. Early in its history, Parker's economy was primarily based on agriculture. The town was officially incorporated in 1948, and it remains a small community to this day.

As of 2020, the population of Parker was roughly 3,400. These days, the town is primarily known as a gateway to the popular Lake Havasu region of Arizona. The surrounding area is frequently used by visitors for water-based recreational activities like Jet Skiing, fishing, boating and waterskiing. If you want to have outdoor fun in the Parker area, you could head to Buckskin Mountain State Park for an afternoon of hiking, picnicking or boating. You could also stop by La Paz County Park for some kayaking or to check out the breathtaking Parker Dam. Alternatively, you could work on your stroke in a gorgeous setting at Emerald Canyon Golf Course.

If you want to learn about the area's cultural history, head to the Colorado River Indian Tribes Museum. You could also explore the lovely scenery of the Ahakhav Tribal Preserve or take an exciting hot-air balloon ride through Wanderlust Balloons. If you feel like gambling, you could play slots and other games at the bustling Bluewater Casino. There are some fantastic restaurants to try around Parker as well. While you're there, you could grab some tasty pizza at La Piazza before having a couple of drinks at the Nellie E Saloon.

Campgrounds Near Parker, Arizona

One of the many excellent campgrounds near Parker is Islander RV Resort, 50 minutes north of Parker. You can rent an RV campsite with 30- or 50-amp electricity and enjoy the numerous amenities provided. You'll have access to a heated pool, a spa, a golf course, a clubhouse with various activities, laundry facilities, a fitness room and much more. Plus, there are sandy beaches and great swimming areas located near the campground.

Also 50 minutes north of Parker is Campbell Cove RV Resort, which has 113 full-hookup RV campsites available for $34-$42 per night. During your stay, you'll enjoy beautiful lakefront views and superb nearby opportunities for fishing and boating. There's also a convenience store located beside the park. If you need it, the campground offers RV and boat storage for as little as $50 per month as well.

Crazy Horse Campgrounds, 50 minutes north of Parker, features 616 RV campsites for $45-$60 per night or $270-$420 per week. Located conveniently close to a championship golf course, the campground boasts a convenience store, shuffleboard, horseshoe lanes and other amenities. While you're there, you can rent a Jet Ski, fishing boat or speedboat from the campground. You'll also have convenient access to a variety of nearby shops and restaurants.

National Parks Near Parker, Arizona

One of the nearest national parks to Parker is Joshua Tree National Park, a beautiful stretch of desert in southeastern California a mere hour and 50 minutes southwest of Parker. The park is located where the Mojave and Colorado Deserts come together and is famous for its many Joshua tree plants. These strange plants, which are actually a species of yucca, are scattered throughout the park, giving the area a very distinctive landscape. Along with viewing the park's interesting vegetation and towering rock formations, visitors can partake in a variety of recreational activities, including hiking, rock climbing, mountain biking and bird-watching. If you're a stargazing enthusiast, you should take advantage of the incredibly dark skies in the area during your visit.

Grand Canyon National Park, four hours and 15 minutes northeast of Parker, is one of the world's most famous natural landmarks, and there's a good reason for that. The park is named for its unfathomably large gorge, which the Colorado River carved out over thousands of years. Simply standing near the edge of the canyon and gazing into it is an unforgettable experience, although many bold adventurers opt to go backpacking down into the gorge. There are other opportunities for adventure as well, such as taking a rafting trip along the river or hiking along the many scenic trails. The park regularly hosts events for visitors, including wildlife talks, guided hikes and geological lectures.

Located in southwestern Utah, seven hours and five minutes northeast of Parker, Zion National Park is home to the magnificent Zion Canyon. Although it isn't as large as the Grand Canyon, Zion Canyon is still a very impressive landmark worth seeing in person. The rugged park is also home to various other canyons, crags and cliffs, providing numerous hiking opportunities for individuals of all ability levels. Perhaps the most famous part of the park is The Narrows, a narrow section of Zion Canyon that visitors can wade through. During your visit, you can also enjoy activities like canyoneering, biking and rock climbing. Alternatively, you could attend an interpretive program, nature talk or educational hike.

State Parks Near Parker, Arizona

One of the most popular outdoor areas in Parker is Buckskin Mountain State Park, which is known for its scenic views and many recreational opportunities. Situated near the Colorado River, the park is a great spot for boating, swimming and fishing. Visitors can also hike the many miles of peaceful trails and observe the local wildlife, which includes foxes, lizards and various bird species. The park also features several on-site volleyball courts and playgrounds and serves as a wonderful camping destination.

Cattail Cove State Park lies near the Arizona-California border, a half-hour northeast of Parker, and is revered as a tranquil oasis. Visitors to the park can enjoy stunning mountain views and gorgeous sunsets over nearby Lake Havasu. The lake is a very popular destination for activities like fishing, boating, swimming and water sports, and if you don't have your own watercraft, you can rent a kayak or paddleboard at the park. If you decide to partake in some angling, you can potentially reel in catfish, bluegill and bass, all of which are abundant in the lake.

Another state park located near lovely Lake Havasu is Lake Havasu State Park, 50 minutes north of Parker. The park is one of the most popular destinations for water-based fun in the state, offering excellent opportunities for boating, swimming, kayaking, paddleboarding and water sports. If you'd prefer to stay dry, you can, instead, explore the many miles of hiking trails that surround the lake. During your visit, be sure to stop by the Arroyo-Camino Interpretive Garden, where you can learn about the park's unique flora and fauna.

National Sites Near Parker, Arizona

One of the coolest national sites in the Parker region is the Castle Mountains National Monument, which is most known as the home of the majestic Castle Peaks. The mountains, which are in California, two hours and 45 minutes northwest of Parker, are surrounded by Joshua trees and junipers in the Mojave National Preserve. During your visit, you can hike through the unique area and observe some of the local wildlife, including bobcats, bighorn sheep and golden eagles. You can also partake in off-road vehicle driving while surrounded by picturesque desert scenery.

The Mojave National Preserve is a vast natural area encompassing more than 1.5 million acres in California, an hour and 40 minutes northwest of Parker. The preserve is home to a variety of strange and unique features, including abandoned mines, historic homesteads and breathtaking sand dunes. While you're there, you can check out the fascinating Lava Tube, go off-roading on Mojave Road or explore the amazing Kelso Sand Dunes. You may also want to navigate popular trails such as the Barber Peak Loop Trail and the Mid Hills to Hole-in-the-Wall Trail.

The Grand Canyon–Parashant National Monument is another massive natural site covering over 1 million acres across parts of Arizona and Utah. The monument, which is approximately seven hours and 10 minutes northeast of Parker, contains most of the north face of the Grand Canyon as well as other notable landmarks, like Mount Trumbull and Lake Meade. Visitors can check out interesting sites, like the Grand Gulch Mine and the Oak Grove Dairy, or explore hiking routes, like the Grand Canyon via Whitmore Canyon Trail.

National Forests Near Parker, Arizona

Located near the city of Prescott, Arizona, two hours and 40 minutes northeast of Parker, Prescott National Forest is a diverse natural area featuring lush woodlands, sparse deserts and towering mountains. Comprising approximately 1.25 million acres in total, the forest provides a lovely setting for activities like fishing, bird-watching, geocaching, boating and stargazing. Hikers visiting the forest should navigate popular trails like the Baby Granite Loop and Surprise Spring Trail #350.

In California, four hours southwest of Parker, Cleveland National Forest is known not just for its natural beauty, but also for its fascinating Native American history. Some of the groups that once lived within the forest's boundaries include the Cupeno, Cahuilla, Kumeyaay and Luisenos Native Americans, who survived thanks to the area's many animals, acorns and plants. If you visit the forest today, you can explore several serene trails that were originally navigated by ancient Native Americans. While hiking through the area, you should watch for bobcats, coyotes, opossums, mule deer, wild pigs, badgers and other interesting creatures. 

Another diverse natural haven worth exploring is California's San Bernardino National Forest. The forest, which is about three hours west of Parker, is a superb hiking destination featuring top-tier trails such as the Bonita Falls, Bear Lake Woodland and Bertha Peak trails. If you enjoy activities like skiing and snowboarding, you can visit one of the forest's four separate winter resorts. You can also go fishing in one of the area's many streams, visit one of the 42 peaceful campgrounds or take a kayak or canoe out on one of the seven scenic rivers. Stargazing, geocaching, bird-watching and wildlife viewing are all great options for visitors to enjoy as well.

RV Rentals Near Parker, AZ

National Parks Near Parker, AZ

State Parks Near Parker, AZ

National Forests Near Parker, AZ

National Sites and Monuments Near Parker, AZ

RV Parks and Campgrounds Near Parker, AZ

RV Dump Stations Near Parker, AZ
Yuma is sprinkled with truck stops that offer RV dump stations in Arizona, and you’ll find them all over the city. All are well maintained, but the two included below are the highest-rated, with one having a gourmet chef and the other tons of free overnight parking spots.
RV Storage Near Parker, AZ
In the lower southeast corner of California is Imperial County. This desert region may look dull at first, but its history, nice weather, and wildlife keep travelers coming back. The area is popular with many off-road and boating enthusiasts, and you can go birding at the wildlife reserve named after Senator Sonny Bono. “Star Wars” fans can’t leave without checking out the Imperial Sand Dunes, which is where the desert scenes for “Return of the Jedi” were filmed. There are great campgrounds in the area where you can set up during your adventures exploring all that California has to offer. If you need to store your newly purchased RV, the following highlights some quality locations (in no particular order) that can keep your vehicle safe while you are in the area.
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Frequently Asked Questions About Renting an RV Near Parker, AZ

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

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 Parker, 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 Parker?

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

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