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There’s a ton to see and enjoy in Arizona. From the Grand Canyon to Antelope Canyon, you’re in for a dazzling good time where all of nature is on display in painted glory. There’s more than sand to see—trees reach to touch the sky, canyons dig to explore the depths of the earth, reds come to life as if the ground has captured the might of the sun, and blues harken our memories to the ocean. Water soars from mountainous peaks, and campfires wink in the landscape like long-forgotten stars that settled on the earth millennia ago.
So, get your RV ready, and set your GPS for any of these amazing destinations. We’re going on an adventure.
Lost Dutchman State Park is a place where you could find riches, ghosts, and flowers in the spring. This park is named after a gold mine that went missing, and its whereabouts is the stuff of legend. If there’s been enough rain, there will be wildflowers wherever you look in the spring, which is a treat in the desert. There’s plenty of trails around the Superstition Wilderness to while away your time, and at night you’ll be treated to a blanket of stars so bright and vast, you’ll feel like you’re visiting another planet.
Alamo Lake State Park is great for nature lovers. It’s a welcome respite from the business of life, and the tranquility of the lake and wildlife will lull your mind and ease your spirit. If you enjoy fishing, you can hit the lake and find bass. The lake itself is surrounded by towering mountains and attracts all manner of wildlife to its shores. Rest at night and listen to the song of coyotes on the hunt and turn your gaze upward during the day to catch a glimpse of golden bald eagles!
Dead Horse Ranch State Park is located centrally to many other attractions in Arizona, including Flagstaff and Phoenix. It has an amazing history and was named by the children of a family who initially bought the ranch. RV Camping at Dead Horse Ranch gives a great opportunity to learn the history and see more of what Arizona has to offer. Rest at night in the country, and spend your days shopping the cities that rest nearby.
Red Rock State Park has rivers shrouded in lush green trees, a wildlife viewing platform, and trails to help you with your fitness and get up close and personal with nature. While you’re in the area, hit Prescott and Coconino National Forests to reconnect with nature. If you’re feeling a bit sportier, Boynton Canyon Trail may be one of the most scenic trails you ever traverse. No trip to the area would be complete without visiting Oak Creek Canyon where you can see the natural sculptures and vivid rocks.
Yuma Territorial State Historic Park immerses you in history. Once the detainment center for the stagecoach robber, Pearl Hart, it was closed after only being open for 33 years. The prison is now on display for tourists to visit and get a closer look back in time to the Gold Rush. While you likely won’t find any gold here, there are plenty of events that happen throughout the year for you to take part in. Just be sure to check their calendar before planning a visit if you’re interested in events.
Buckskin Mountain State Park may not be as far removed from human activity as you’d like, but there’s plenty of fishing, boating, and swimming to make up for it. There are trails to take advantage of, and even gorgeous locations to host a wedding if you’re planning one. There are two wildlife refuges nearby for you to take a day trip with the family and learn about local ecology. If you’re interested in checking out even more state parks, Havasu and Cattail state parks are within 30 miles of Buckskin.
We hope you enjoyed our tour around Arizona, and hope that you exercise caution while you’re there. Be safe on the road, make great memories, and have fun!
Don’t get stuck with a flat! Before you get started on your Arizona adventure, check out the benefits of our Tire and Wheel Protection Plan. It comes with no deductible and can be transferred as well. It covers campers, vehicles, motorcycles, horse trailers, and so much more!