West Coast Arizona RVing stories

Check out the RVing opportunities in West Coast Arizona

With nature festivals, RV resorts, historic attractions and more, Arizona's West Coast region attracts snowbirders by the drove. When you're not sunning yourself at a deluxe RV site, or exploring the great outdoors, you can enjoy a night on the town and embrace the local culture.

The Springs Dining at Havasu Springs Resort has some of the most breathtaking views of lower Lake Havasu.
Lake Havasu City

Parker: Nostalgic saloons, floating dock bars and a dynamic dam

Lisa Whittier, co-ordinator of Parker Regional Chamber of Commerce and Tourism, knows the ins and outs of fine dining in Parker Dam, Arizona

A gorgeous, colourful sunset is seen from Palm Creek in Arizona.

Snowbirding is all sun and fun in Arizona and Texas

You can spend the whole winter in one resort, or be adventurous and embark on inspiring day trips during your stay!

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.

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
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.

Jena in awe of mud caves in San Diego County.
RV News

It’s hard to keep up with these Joneses

There's never a dull moment for Glyn, Jena and their daughter Haley as they embrace edu-tourism and adventure.

by Karen Kornelsen
Restored workers' cottages at the Swansea ghost town
West Coast Arizona

An adventure back in time

The Swansea ghost town hosts a plethora of rich history, numerous structures and an interpretive self-guided tour.

by Jena Jones
The mountain peaks in Kofa National Wildlife Refuge overlook the historic mining city of Castle Dome.

Castle Dome Mines Museum is a fascinating day trip from Yuma

The Castle Dome Mines Museum is a stimulating lesson in mining life in the 1860s, complete with an authentic mining town and walking trails

by Jena Jones
A scenic landscape in Kofa National Wildlife Refuge.
Lake Havasu City

Discover Kofa National Wildlife Refuge

An easy day trip that is located right in a popular RV region, Kofa National Wildlife Refuge is a picturesque find that only a few take time to discover.


All Our Parks opens a new resort in Yuma, Arizona

With Carefree Village Resort scheduled to open in November 2014, All Our Parks is offering special rates for those who reserve sites in advance.

by Kimberly Schoenberger
Lutes Casino has a bar, eclectic decor and fairly lights on the roof.

Take a local look at Yuma

Steve and Kate Cook have lots of suggestions for visiting Yuma, Arizona, a city they've called home since discovering it on an RV trip.

Wheat fields just north of Yuma.

A photo tour of Yuma

Photographer Bill Butler shows us his photos of Yuma culture and shares his thoughts on how you can capture similar shots for yourself.

by Jackie Dishner
Antique tractor pull at the Wellton Tractor Rodeo.

Old-time farm equipment features in Wellton’s tractor rodeo

Who says you need a bull to make a rodeo? In Wellton, Arizona, all you need is a tractor.

by Jackie Dishner
Road to the Desert Bar
West Coast Arizona

The desert: a good place for a bar

Hundreds of visitors eat dust on a winding road to buy cold beer in cans and listen to live bands.

by Jackie Dishner

RV-friendly businesses near West Coast Arizona