RV Rental Sedona, AZ

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Keystone RV Passport 238MLWE

Keystone RV Passport 238MLWE

2017 / Travel Trailer
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Sleeps 5
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21.2 miles from Sedona, AZ
$90
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nuCamp RV TAG XL 6-Wide

nuCamp RV TAG XL 6-Wide

2020 / Travel Trailer
Sleeps 2
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16.2 miles from Sedona, AZ
$110
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Forest River RV Wildwood Select 177FQ

Forest River RV Wildwood Select 177FQ

2020 / Travel Trailer
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Sleeps 3
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35.8 miles from Sedona, AZ
$99
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KZ Escape E201BH

KZ Escape E201BH

2021 / Travel Trailer
Sleeps 5
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88.7 miles from Sedona, AZ
$95
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Forest River RV Cherokee Grey Wolf 29TE

Forest River RV Cherokee Grey Wolf 29TE

2020 / Travel Trailer
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Sleeps 7
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35.7 miles from Sedona, AZ
$129
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R-Vision Crossover 189QB

R-Vision Crossover 189QB

2012 / Travel Trailer
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Sleeps 4
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99.2 miles from Sedona, AZ
$75
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Grand Design Imagine 3100RD

Grand Design Imagine 3100RD

2020 / Travel Trailer
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Sleeps 6
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73.6 miles from Sedona, AZ
$125
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Sedona, Arizona

Check out Sedona, Arizona in your RV rental from RVshare! Sedona effortlessly combines soul-nourishing wilderness and pampered luxury to create a unique experience for many visitors. For example, it is a place where soaring red rock monoliths cradle an array of resorts, spas, art galleries and boutique wineries.

When USA Weekend designated their list of the Most Beautiful Places in America, Sedona claimed the top spot and it’s no wonder; the city is nestled in a geological wonderland. Multi-hued stone formations jut upwards from the high desert floor creating a vivid and mesmerizing setting that changes constantly.

Regarded by Native Americans as sacred, Sedona continues to be recognized as a place of healing and spiritual renewal. In fact, many come to experience the vortex energy centers in their motorhome rentals in Sedona. Others come to prowl the 40-plus art galleries lining the street or to receive soothing treatments from the dozens of spa facilities. Most recently, with its nearby vineyards and tasting rooms, Sedona has emerged as a destination for wine enthusiasts. This city truly has something for everyone in an RV

Popular Tourist Attractions

Whatever your interests, Sedona has an attraction for you. Check out just three of the many places that you can experience when you visit in an RV rental in Sedona, AZ.

Cathedral Rock

Rising majestically toward the sky from a red sandstone base, the spires of Cathedral Rock inspire wonder and awe in every visitor. The natural beauty of Cathedral Rock has drawn spiritual visitors to this area for decades. In fact, it is considered to be one of the strongest Vortexes in Sedona. But your interest doesn’t have to concern the spiritual in order to enjoy the splendor of Cathedral Rock; even moderate hikers can experience the joy of hiking this geological attraction.

Red Rock Scenic Byway (SR 179)

The Red Rock Scenic Byway Road is the gateway to the world-famous Red Rock Country of Sedona, Arizona. This highly acclaimed National Scenic Byway has earned the distinction of being Arizona's First All-American Road and begins shortly after you exit #298 off Interstate 17. It winds through the evergreen pinion-covered Coconino National Forest, with several scenic pullouts, as well as through the extraordinary, prehistoric Red Rocks with nearby RV friendly parking, and all levels of hiking and biking trails.  

The Chapel of the Holy Cross

This stunning chapel has been a compelling Sedona landmark ever since it was completed in 1956. Designed by Marguerite Brunswig Staude who just happens to be a pupil of Frank Lloyd Wright, the Chapel appears to rise out of the surrounding red rocks. The towering cross and awesome panorama of buttes, valley, and sky are a source of inspiration to many but it also presents incredible photo opportunities as well. The chapel is a fine example of modern architecture and a must-see when you are in the area.

Campgrounds and State/National Parks

When RVing, it is essential that you find a quality campground to use as a home base while you enjoy the sights and sounds of Sedona. To this end, we are introducing you to three campgrounds that are sure to fit the bill.

Distant Drums RV Resort

This RV Resort is the perfect location to use as a home base as you tour the Arizona Wineries, Sedona’s Red Rocks, the Ghost Town of Jerome, the National Monuments of Northern Arizona and other attractions in the nearby area. In addition, their friendly RV Resort staff will make every effort to turn your trip into a memorable experience.

Features and Benefits:

Pet friendly
190 Available spaces
30/50 Amp service
Patios
Wi-Fi
Game Room
Heated Pool
Horseshoes
Planned Activities
Rec Hall
Spa
Cable TV
Laundry
Restrooms
Showers

Munds Park RV Resort

Escape the summer heat at Munds Park RV Resort. Located next to the Coconino National Forest, it is the perfect hub for the outdoor enthusiast. In addition, its central location is convenient for you to take a trip to the Grand Canyon, Sedona, Oak Creek Canyon, NAU, Petrified Forest, Meteor Crater, and numerous hiking, ATV and mountain bike trails.

Features and Benefits:

Pet friendly
370 total spaces
30/50 Amp service
Wi-Fi
Game Room
Heated Pool
Outdoor Games
Planned Activities
Playground
Rec Hall
Spa
Cable TV
Laundry
Restrooms
Showers

Lo Lo Mai Springs

Lo Lo Mai Springs Resort is located in Oak Creek, just minutes from Sedona. This gorgeous RV resort is an oasis from time as well as from the desert. The beauty of Sedona and the surrounding area can be explored easily from Lo Lo Mai, making this campground the perfect base camp for travelers who want more than just a small patch of ground.

Features and Benefits:

Pet friendly
55 available space
30 Amp service
Patios
Wi-Fi
Body Of Water (Lo Lo Mai Springs)
Heated Pool
Horseshoes
Playground
Rec Hall
Spa
Stream
Fire Rings
Firewood
Groceries
Ice
Laundry
LP Gas By Meter
Onsite Rentals (12)
Restrooms
Showers

Events

When you visit Sedona, you will find a variety of attractions and fun activities to keep the entire family occupied! Folks in Arizona love to party and often do so in ways that promise tons of food, laughter, and most of all, wonderful memories. Join in on the fun and festivities in one of the hundreds of events in Sedona this year.

Arts and Culture

If you are into film, Sedona has a number of festivals throughout the year. One of the biggest is ILLUMINATE; the world's premiere film festival for conscious cinema. Dedicated to spreading enlightened ideas and pushing humanity forward, this Festival showcases the best of transformational media and its power to uplift, inspire, and transform.

Another good option is The Sedona International Film Festival (SIFF); an annual, eight-day film festival that screens feature films, documentary films, short films, animated films, and student films. It also features workshops, organized by Academy Award-winner Frank Warner, that utilize award-winning industry professionals to teach film to the younger generation of filmmakers.

Music

Since its inception in 1981, Sedona Jazz Festival has presented outstanding live jazz; which is attributed to its long time success and its reputation as one most respected jazz festivals in the Southwest. The three-day event hosts more than 5,000 attendees each year, who flock to the area to tap their toes to the likes of Diana Krall, the Count Basie Orchestra, Sonny Rollins, Chick Corea, Herbie Hancock and many, many more.

The Bottom Line

Whether you would like to experience a spiritual awakening, hike to some stunning views, or enjoy some outstanding live jazz, Sedona abounds with many opportunities for you to try something different than the norm. Hopefully, the above list has provided you with some inspiration so that you can have fun exploring this interesting city. Hop into your RV from RVshare.com and have fun exploring what beautiful Sedona has to offer!

Thank you for choosing RVshare for your RV. Have a fun, safe, and exciting trip in your RV rental in Sedona, Arizona!

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