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RV Rental Camp Verde, Arizona

When you want to explore and experience the Grand Canyon State, there’s no better place to find your RV rental by owner than in Camp Verde. Conveniently off Interstate 17 between Phoenix and Flagstaff, Camp Verde is the gateway to Northern and Central Arizona. See the state from the convenience and comfort of your motorhome rental.

Arizona is known for its striking beauty and geographic diversity. Food and lodging can be expensive, though, especially compared to renting an RV in Camp Verde. Many RVs have luxurious features that rival the best hotels, and some vehicles have amenity packages for the whole family to enjoy; you’ll also be able to cook your own meals, which should help save you money during your trip.

Closest Campgrounds for Campers for Rent by Owner in Camp Verde, AZ

Just east of Camp Verde, you’ll find Clear Creek Campground off Highway 260. This campground allows RVs, campers, and tents, and as a state park, it has low rates for overnight stays. Since it’s so close by, taking your rental camper out for a weekend in this location will be a stress-free way to enjoy yourself.

Clear Creek runs through the campground, which is dotted with sycamores and cottonwoods. Cooling off is possible in this part of the river, but the more enjoyable aspect of this campground is walking upstream. East Clear Creek and West Clear Creek offer fairly easy areas for hiking and backpacking in a lush and quiet riparian habitat along a mountain stream.

Best Places to Take Your Camp Verde Private RV Rental

Rancho Sedona RV park in Sedona sits on the banks of Oak Creek, a year-round stream flanked by sycamores, cottonwoods, and pine trees. This RV park is within walking distance to galleries and restaurants in Sedona, yet it’s far enough away from the crowds to be exceptionally quiet.

The KOA in Flagstaff has RV camping that’s shared with cabins and tent campsites. It offers showers, laundry, a small convenience store, and plenty of ponderosa pines. Flagstaff has plenty to offer the vacationer in both summer and winter, like Walnut Canyon and the Lowell Observatory.

Most Popular Destinations for Camp Verde Motorhome Rentals by Owner

Trailer Village RV Park is the Grand Canyon’s only RV park inside its boundaries. Open year-round, it will accommodate RVs up to 50 feet long. Charcoal and gas grills are permitted, but campfires are not allowed any time of year.

If a visit to the Grand Canyon is on your list, check out the Grand Canyon Railway RV Park. Located in Williams, this park has an indoor swimming pool, a hot tub, laundry, showers, and a fire pit. Guests of this RV park can take the train to the Grand Canyon to see the South Rim, eliminating the stress of driving and parking.

Cave Spring lies just outside of Sedona in the Coconino National Forest and is one of the most popular campgrounds in Arizona for its scenery, birding, swimming, and fishing. Close to Sedona, the campground offers impressive views of the red rocks that ring the town. Oak Creek is a year-round river that is stocked by Arizona Game & Fish.

Besides enjoying the refreshing waters of Oak Creek, campers can explore forest trails that lead out of the canyon and that show the surrounding scenery. On-site at Cave Spring, you’ll find restrooms and showers. Fires are permitted only when there are no fire restrictions in place.

Peak Seasons for Camp Verde RVs for Rent by Owner

Arizona’s location and geology make it a four-season destination for visitors. In the summer, the top destinations are in the mountains to the north and east of Camp Verde. In the winter, aside from downhill and cross-country skiing, the top destinations are in the outskirts of the Greater Phoenix and Tucson areas where the Sonoran Desert is at its most spectacular.

Places to Take Your Motorhome for Rent by Owner in Camp Verde

Notable areas to explore as a winter visitor include the Superstition Mountains to the east of Phoenix, the Cave Creek Wilderness area just to the north of Scottsdale, and the desert areas northwest of Glendale and Peoria.

In the Superstitions area, there are five recreational lakes/reservoirs that RVers can use for camping, fishing, boating, hiking, backpacking, and cycling. All the lakes are within an easy day trip of the East Valley cities.

The most famous of the parks in the Superstitions is the Lost Dutchman State Park, where the legendary Dutchman is said to have discovered a rich vein of gold in the Superstitions. Thousands since him have attempted to discover the deposit with no luck.

The Cave Creek Regional Park covers nearly 3,000 acres northeast of the Phoenix area, with elevations ranging from 2,000 to 3,000 feet, which is high enough to enjoy a rare winter snowfall in the Phoenix area yet low enough to enjoy the desert’s warmth. This area is known for horseback riding trails and rugged hiking and backpacking, all combined with all the amenities and sophistication of Scottsdale’s urban environment.

To the southwest, you can drive from Camp Verde in the winter to Wickenburg, a distance of 100 miles, to view the Verde River from a more western location. You’ll travel south on I-17 until you reach the Lake Pleasant turnoff; head west to Wickenburg. The Sonoran Desert scenery is stunning along the way, particularly in the late winter when the desert wildflowers and cacti bloom.

Lake Pleasant is a 7,500-acre recreational reservoir that has several camper and RV campgrounds. You can rent watercraft and bicycles, go fishing, or hike along its many miles of shoreline, or you can explore the park on cycling and hiking trails.

Wickenburg itself has several renowned dude ranches, picnic areas, and parks along the Verde River and RV campgrounds. You can go on guided horseback trail rides, boat the Verde River, watch birds, or enjoy a jeep tour of the wilderness surrounding the area.

The northern suburbs of Phoenix that are destinations in their own right during the winter, like Anthem, are within easy drives of Camp Verde. RV parks and campgrounds dot these areas where you can find overnight accommodations or spend the entire winter as a snowbird.

Additional RV Rental Companies Near Camp Verde, Arizona

Little Dealer Little Prices RV Sales and Service
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Galpin Ford & RV
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Affinity RV Service, Sales & Rentals
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Paul's RV
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Many Trails RV
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Camelot RV Park
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