Year after year, Tucson, in the heart of the Sonoran Desert, attracts visitors with its unique terrain. Tourists can see everything from desert cacti to subalpine woods as it is bordered by five tall mountain ranges. Ample outdoor spaces and plenty of opportunities to disconnect and explore await visitors to Tucson. The town is one of the best places in the Southwest for a great RV trip, whether people are looking for a warm winter hideaway or to see those stunning saguaro cacti. Vehicle campsites are available at several city parks, as well as private RV facilities and county fairgrounds in this camping-friendly region. Here are the 10 best RV parks in Tucson, perfect for an Arizona road trip.
ten Sentinel Peak RV Park
Sentinel Peak is a fabulous RV park. It is strategically located in downtown Tucson, just minutes from various restaurants, shops, and attractions. When travelers stay here, they can easily explore the city using a light rail path. A free shuttle service is also provided to transport them to Tucson events. Tourists can book places online on the website of this beautiful RV park.
- Location: 450 N Grand Avenue, Tucson
- Cost: $64.33 per night in a 30/50 amp deluxe site
9 Tucson Lazydays KOA Resort
KOA RV Campgrounds in Tucson and Lazydays are popular choices for vacationing families. This park offers both premium and walk-in RV sites. Fire pits and patios are available in some locations, and a one-stop, full-service RV showroom with after-sales service is right next door. There are sites for tents and cabins for rent in addition to motorhomes.
- Location: 5151 South Country Club Road, Tucson
- Cost: $53 per night pull-thru, full hookups, 50/30/20 amps, patio on covered site.
- Amenities available: Hot tubs, two pools, fitness center, free Wi-Fi, dog parks, meeting rooms, restaurant, and bar.
- Activities: Putting green and other variety of organized activities.
8 Tra Tel Tucson RV Park
If travelers are looking for affordable accommodations and a welcoming environment to park their RV, the beautiful Tra-Tel Tucson RV Park is a great choice. They will appreciate the quiet and convenient location next to a tarmac track for jogging and cycling. This resort welcomes pets.
- Location: Fort Lowell Road West, Tucson
- Cost: $40.12 per night
- Approvals: Washing machines, clean showers, free Wi-Fi, a heated swimming pool and a recreation room with several games.
seven Cactus Country RV Resort
The amazing Cactus Country RV Resort accommodates over 55 RVs. Travelers with children can stay on site for a week. It has a park model, tent camping, full hookup, and walk-in site rentals. There are breathtaking hiking trails through the property, as well as weekly events.
- Location: 10195 South Houghton Road, north of I-10 exit 275, Tucson
- Cost: 30/50 full hookup per night
- Approvals: Washing machines, cable TV, Wi-Fi, fitness rooms, heated pool, hot tub, huge dog park, library and more.
6 Campsite Ray Gilbert
On the beautiful west side of the Tucson Mountains, Gilbert Ray Campground offers 130 RV sites as well as tent sites. Travelers can only stay for seven days in a row. Renting RV sites makes it a relatively affordable place to park and enjoy the wonderful Tucson.
- Approvals: Restrooms and picnic tables
- Peak hour: January to March
- Cost: $20 per night
5 Rincon Country West RV Resort
This resort has over 55 motorhomes and caters to older people rather than families vacationing together. It’s also an award-winning park with various facilities designed to keep seniors active while allowing them to socialize with other RV fans. The West Park is surrounded by the beautiful mountains of Tucson.
- Location: 4555 South Mission Road, Tucson
- Cost: $64 per night
- Activities: Games, dances, bus rides.
- High season: October to April
- Approvals: Basic cable TV, free Wi-Fi, library, spas, swimming pools, exercise center and tennis court.
4 Diamond J RV Park
The gorgeous Diamond J RV Park is a warm and inviting place to pitch a tent and relax while on vacation. Standard, premium and direct access sites are available in various regions of the park and at different costs.
- Location: 3451 South San Joaquin Road, Tucson
- Cost: $40 per night at premium and pull-through sites
- Approvals: A gift shop, library, clubhouse, laundry machine, horseshoe and bocce court, tennis and pickle ball court, plus a large dog park.
3 Voyager RV Resort & Hotel
If travelers are looking for a stylish RV park, they should consider vacationing at the exceptional Voyager RV Resort in southern Arizona. This beautiful RV park caters to seniors and welcomes dogs but not violent breeds. It attracts visitors all year round and contains 667 campsites.
- Location: 8701 S Kolb Road, Tucson
- Cost: $72 per night in a premium RV site
- Approvals: A restaurant, clubhouse, hot tub, pool, dog park, horseshoe pits, pickle ball and tennis courts.
- Activities: Guided tours, dances, crafts, bingo and other activities.
2 The Pima County Fairgrounds RV Park
The Pima County Fairgrounds RV Park offers full hookup sites surrounded by breathtaking desert sunsets and beautiful mountain vistas! This is a pet-friendly park and also welcomes horses. On rare occasions, activities on the fairgrounds may impact RV site availability.
- Location: 11300 S. Houghton Road, Tucson
- Cost: $30 per night in a 30/50 full amp
- Approvals: A conference room, a seasonal restaurant, fitness trails, a picnic area, a laundry room, showers and two dog parks.
1 Western Way RV Resort
While staying at Western Way RV Resort, tourists will be surrounded by a desert paradise with mesmerizing hiking trails and a diverse array of mesmerizing birds and wildlife to see at Tucson Mountain Park. At the resort, they will enjoy the clean, warm Arizona air, abundant cacti, bright and delicate desert flowers, and the grandeur of the Sonoran Desert that surrounds them.
- Location: 3100 S. Kinney Road, Tucson
- Cost: $43 per summer night (May to October) and $65 per winter night (November to April)
- Approvals: Recreation rooms, library, barbecues, laundry room and fitness center.
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