Find Your National Park in Arizona, Help Celebrate National Park Service Centennial
The natural beauty of Arizona can be appreciated the most when you spend time in the great outdoors. So whether you prefer pitching a tent in a quaint campground, relaxing in a luxury RV, or simply unrolling a sleeping bag under the stars, Arizona camping is for you. With hundreds of recreation areas, campgrounds, RV parks, and other places to stay all across the state, you'll find the right camping option for your trip – including many that are open year-round.
Looking for places to camp in Arizona? Our state parks are a great place to start. Visit the Arizona State Parks website, or browse listings below for more campground and RV park listings.
If you travel along the stretch of historic Route 66 in Holbrook, Arizona, stay the night in a teepee at the Wigwam Village Motel. Or, how does spending the night in a caboose sound? The Canyon Motel & Railroad RV Park in Williams has two Sante Fe Railway cabooses from 1929. Visit Southern Arizona’s funky historic mining town of Bisbee to discover kitschy trailers decked out with authentic 1950’s interiors at The Shady Dell, or try The School House Inn B&B, which was originally built as the Garfield School in 1918. Many out-of-the-ordinary places to stay can be found throughout Arizona.