Arizona RVing stories

Check out the RVing opportunities in Arizona

Known as a major snowbirding destination, Arizona offers some unforgettable RVing. Diverse terrain and cultured communities make it a great place to go. Whether you prefer beautiful scenery and quaint towns or thriving, cultured cities with plenty of recreational opportunities, Arizona is the perfect destination for RVers from all walks of life.

Riding through Verde River, Fort McDowell, AZ.
Fort McDowell

The top 5 essential hiking trails surrounding Arizona’s Fort McDowell

Walk through arid Arizona’s Fort McDowell while snapping scenic pics of creatures and critters

Benson has views that will impress any hiker.

Benson’s trails invite you

Hiking in Benson is a pastime well worth pursuing during your next RVing holiday.

Courthouse Rock near Salome, Arizona
Kevin Dooley photo

Hikes near Salome, Arizona

With its fascinating desert scenery, the territory around Salome, Arizona, is well worth exploring.

Hiking trails in Tucson Arizona

Tour Tucson and have an adventure

Planning to RV in Tucson? Make time to enjoy historical walking tours and scenic hikes.

History comes alive in Camp Verde, Arizona
Camp Verde

Stretch your legs in Camp Verde

If you go RVing in Camp Verde, there are several places where you'll want to take a walk.

Historic downtown Yuma is one great place to check out.

Exploring Yuma on foot

Put on your walking shoes, and take in some of the historical and natural attractions around Yuma.

Mountain view
Lake Havasu City

Experience some of Arizona’s best hiking in Lake Havasu

 Lake Havasu is a popular tourist destination because of the calm waters, amazing beaches and sunny desert weather providing more than 300 days of sunshine each year.

by Mason Buettner
Azziza the camel looking down her nose at the camera

If you’ve never been lovingly slimed by a 1,200-pound camel, you are truly missing out

The Camel Farm in Yuma, Arizona, takes you on a journey outside of the U.S. to the sun-scorched Sahara desert where visitors befriend camels, zedonks, coatimundis, water buffalo and other exotic animals. 

by Jena Jones
A gray hawk perched on a dead tree
Casa Grande

Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum is where your wild side comes face to face with wildlife

Fall in love with young ocelots that rest their sleepy heads on rocky ledges, watch Harris hawks swoop down and graze the top of your head, and come face to face with an inquisitive mountain
lion at the Desert Museum.

by Jena Jones
Sedona Golf Resort. Hole #10, Par 3. Photo
Central Arizona

Five favourite golf courses in Arizona

Dennis Begin writes his top five picks of Arizona golf courses.


RV-friendly businesses near Arizona