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RV Rental Phoenix AZ

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Travel Trailer that sleeps 5-6

Travel Trailer that sleeps 5-6

2018 / Travel Trailer
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Sleeps 6
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11.1 miles from Phoenix, AZ
$90
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Coleman CM16FBS

Coleman CM16FBS

2015 / Travel Trailer
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Sleeps 3
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14.7 miles from Phoenix, AZ
$75
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Fleetwood Jamboree Sport

Fleetwood Jamboree Sport

2012 / Class C Motor Home
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Sleeps 10
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10.6 miles from Phoenix, AZ
$175
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Dutchmen Aerolite

Dutchmen Aerolite

2015 / Travel Trailer
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Sleeps 9
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17.0 miles from Phoenix, AZ
$109
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Coleman 2405BH

Coleman 2405BH

2019 / Travel Trailer
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Sleeps 8
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19.1 miles from Phoenix, AZ
$99
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winnebago intent

winnebago intent

2018 / Class A Motor Home
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Sleeps 5
17.1 miles from Phoenix, AZ
$199
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Viking 17fqs

Viking 17fqs

2018 / Travel Trailer
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Sleeps 4
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13.8 miles from Phoenix, AZ
$80
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Forest River

Forest River

2014 / Class C Motor Home
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Sleeps 5
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10.6 miles from Phoenix, AZ
$175
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Thor Chateau 31E

Thor Chateau 31E

2017 / Class C Motor Home
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Sleeps 10
10.5 miles from Phoenix, AZ
$195
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Rental RV Phoenix

Phoenix, Arizona

Phoenix is a popular location for those who want to get out on the open road in an RV. The temperate winter weather combined with a bevy of local attractions keeps folks coming back to Phoenix. The area has wide-open roads that are great for driving RVs both large and small, and there are plenty of places to park and maintain your RV rental in the city.

Picking your Phoenix RV rental requires a knowledge of the different types of RVs that are available. You will usually find Class A, B and C rentals. Consider the various features of each one before you make a selection.

Class A RVs are the biggest motorhomes that are out there. These vehicles are truly a home and have enough room for you and an entire large group. They provide a traveling base for you, and you can spend all of your time in the RV because it will have all the comforts of home. These are perfect if you are looking for a long-term rental for an entire season.

Class B RVs are a van and a camper all in one. They will be easier to drive and offer enough space for a traveling couple, provided that they do not spend all of their time in the RV. These vehicles are smaller, but they still come with many of the comforts of home.

Class C RVs mix the amenities of larger RVs with the power of a truck. They are built on a truck chassis with lodging space on top. They are smaller than Class A RVs and allow for better handling while driving. They will also cost less than the larger Class A motorhome rentals in Phoenix.

Keep in mind that you will also find towable RVs to rent in the city. This includes spacious fifth wheels and toy haulers. There are also smaller options, such as pop-up camper rentals in Phoenix.

RV Campgrounds Near Phoenix, Arizona


Because Phoenix is very spread out, you can find RV campgrounds within or very close to the city limits. Covered Wagon RV Park is near the city and offers monthly rates for a long-term stay with free water and sewer. Desert Shadows RV Resort is in North Phoenix and has 638 spaces, so there will always be room for your Phoenix RV rental.

US National & State Parks Nearby Phoenix


While the Grand Canyon gets most of the attention in Arizona, the state features other protected areas as well. Of course, you can drive to the Grand Canyon, but you can also discover gems such as Chiricahua National Monument, which offers a scenic drive and hiking trails through rock formations. Petrified Forest is not necessarily a forest in the traditional sense, but it does have horseback riding and geocaching.

RV Storage Facilities in Phoenix, Arizona


Deer Valley Mini & RV Storage Phoenix offers reasonable rates and ample space to maneuver your RV. RV Hideaway Storage has a high capacity, so you will always know that you can find a space there. You can even get propane delivery while your RV is on the property. Sun City Self Storage is located within the city limits of Phoenix, so it will not be difficult to reach. They even have temperature-controlled units to store your vehicle during Arizona summers.

Dumpstations Near Phoenix


Grand Gas Station is located in Phoenix and can accommodate the biggest of rigs. Pilot Flying J has other services in addition to dumping to eliminate the need for many stops. Other locations when you need a dumpstation for your camper rental in Phoenix include Roadrunner Lake Resort RV Park, Orangewood RV Center and Sunflower R.V. Resort.

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You will not have to compete with the crowds in Phoenix in the summer. Sure, it's hot, but it is a dry heat and will allow you some quiet and more space as you explore the Phoenix area. The wide-open Arizona roads are a joy to drive during any time of the year since it is just you, your RV, your family and the road.

Popular Tourist Attractions for an RV Rental Phoenix, Arizona


The Desert Botanical Garden is a must-see for anyone who likes to enjoy plants and botany in nature. For those who want to mix some history with shopping and dining, Old Town Scottsdale is a quirky destination that is popular among tourists. The Musical Instrument Museum allows visitors to view nearly 7,000 instruments under one roof.

Sports and Entertainment Near Phoenix, Arizona


Each of the four major sports leagues has teams in Phoenix. In addition, Major League Baseball's spring training is partly held in the Phoenix area, allowing fans to see baseball in March and February. Arizona State University showcases some of the best that the Pacific 12 Conference has to offer in all sports. College football plays the Fiesta Bowl in the area, and there are other bowl games held near the city as well.

Highways in or Near Phoenix, Arizona


Those coming from the west will enter the city on I-10. You will want to time your travel on this road when driving an RV since it tends to have traffic. I-17 is the road that comes into the city from the north. The main road circling the city is Loop 101. Loops 202 and 203 also circle various parts of the city. Phoenix is very spread out, so be prepared to have lots of the city's roads to explore.

RV Rentals Near Phoenix, AZ