Welcome to the Old Pueblo city of Tucson, Arizona in your RV rental from RVshare! Tucson is the second largest city in the state and the 33rd largest city in the United States in terms of population. Tucson is a popular vacation spot in Arizona with multiple annual festivals, fascinating museums and theaters, and great arts and music scenes throughout the city, making it perfect for an RV rental Tucson AZ. On top of the great attractions, Tucson’s weather is pretty nice year round making it a perfect city to visit during any season. You’re going to love it here especially in your motorhome rental in Tucson, Arizona.
To help you get started in Tucson, we have made a short list of potential things to do and see, and places where you can park your RV at night and sleep at. These are just suggestions but we think that you’ll find the information helpful and hopefully it convinces you to come to this great city!
The Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum is the #1 attraction in Tucson according to TripAdvisor. The museum consists of a spectacular fusion zoo, natural history museum, aquarium, botanical garden, and art gallery. There is also a hummingbird aviary, live animal presentations, an Earth Sciences Center, and the Ironwood Gallery. The museum was founded in 1952 and features a complete interpretation of the natural history of a single region, the Sonoran Desert and the surrounding ecosystems. It is a near perfect tourist attraction for all ages and continues to be one of the most popular stops of a camper rental in Tucson, AZ.
4th Avenue is a popular district located between Downtown Tucson and the University of Arizona, complete with over 100 eclectic boutiques, galleries, restaurants & bars, and other great places for visitors. It is by far, the single most popular food location in Tucson. The cuisine selection ranges from traditional Greek to Mexican, Italian to Guatemalan, from pizza to burgers, and local coffees to frozen yogurt. Before or after you eat, you can experience shopping that is almost as diverse as the food! Shop for handcrafted Mexican jewelry, Central American ceramics, custom guitars, homemade candles, and even hand blown glass. 4th Avenue is just full of unique options you’re sure to never forget.
The Pima Air & Space Museum is one of the largest non-government funded aerospace museums in the entire world. It features a display of close to 300 aircrafts on a campus spanning 127 acres. It is also the home to the Arizona Aviation Hall of Fame since 1991. It houses double-digit exhibits that range from space to WWII, and other events throughout the history of American aviation. This museum is a great attraction for anyone interested in American history, and anything that is related to aviation. Kids absolutely LOVE this place! The Pima Air & Space Museum is a little off the beaten path in terms of typical attractions in Tucson, but it is definitely worth your time.
Located in Marana, Arizona, which is about a half hour outside of Tucson, Valley of the Sun RV Resort is a great place to park your trailer rental in Tucson, AZ, and rest your head. Marana is close enough to Tucson so you can visit the city and easily make it back to camp, without worrying about time management. Aside from Tucson’s attractions, the area close to Marana is packed with things to do as well. There are three golf courses, cultural and historic sites, national and state parks, old copper mining towns, and wildlife preserves. Combined with the great attractions, Valley of the Sun also has all the amenities you would want in an RV resort for your motorhome rental Tucson AZ!
Located just minutes outside of Downtown Tucson, Far Horizons Tucson Village RV Resort provides you with the best of both worlds. Their motto is, “Enjoy a healthy dose of nature without leaving civilization!” and they couldn’t be more right! The resort is only minutes away from some of Arizona’s beautiful natural attractions, while being close to the city life as well. Amenities include a swimming pool, spa, mini golf, a driving range, craft shops, art room, library, computer station, and much more. The resort is has 514 total spaces, 193 of which are full hookups for your camper rental Tucson AZ. You really can’t go wrong here at Far Horizons Tucson Village RV Resort where you and your motorhome rental in Tucson, AZ, are welcomed at any time of the year.
Located on the Northwest side of Tucson, about 15 minutes outside of downtown, Prince of Tucson RV Park is a favorite amongst the RV parks in the area. The staff here is incredibly helpful and friendly and will help you feel right at home from the moment you pull-in. Amenities include a game room, heated pool, shuffleboard, rec hall, spa, laundry, clean restrooms & showers, DVD rentals, and much more. The park has 196 total spaces, 66 of which are full hookup sites. The park is pet friendly and has a full pet walk area. You and your fellow travelers are sure to find comfort here in your trailer rental Tucson AZ!
Tucson plays host to numerous festivals throughout the year, some of which are the finest you can find throughout the state of Arizona, which you can enjoy in an RV rental in Tucson, AZ.
The Tucson Folk Festival, held in May, showcases some of the finest musicians in the area as well as nationally known performers. It is a great way to celebrate spring being back in full form and hear some great music, all for free in your campervan rental Tucson!
Tucson Meet Yourself is a free 3-day festival of music, food, special events, and much more. It showcases Tucson’s diversity and uniqueness. Food vendors selling gastronomical delights from countries all over the globe are well represented by their delicious dishes. It’s simply a blast each year, especially in a camper rental Tucson!
The All Souls Procession is inspired by Mexico’s Dia de los Muertos holiday and is largely organized by the artistic community of Tucson. It is one of the cities more bizarre, yet popular, events. In fact, it had to be expanded to a weeklong event due to its popularity. Come and be weird in your motorhome rental Tucson!
Tucson is one of those American cities that don’t get enough attention or credit, although nothing negative has been said about it. It is a great place to live and raise a family, and a great place to visit and explore. It is full of friendly people, great weather, beautiful natural wonders, and fantastically diverse food. Who doesn’t like those things? So check out the RV rental to Tucson prices and book a class B RV rental to Tucson now!
Safe travels from everyone at RVshare!