Select nightly or monthly stays. Quiet and serene, nestled in the Verde Valley we offer full amenities and the most magnificent desert and mountain vistas you can imagine. Workout in our state of the art Fitness Center and relax by the over sized fire place inside the newly remodeled Clubhouse or take a dip in our huge heated pool. There is so much to do inside the park or all around the Verde Valley! For your convenience, pull-through sites are also available for shorter term stays. The Picnic area for outdoor dining has a beautiful fire pit and grilling area where we hold special events and activities.
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Do you like wide open spaces and gorgeous windswept lakes? Looking for solitude along an ancient river? There are 15 parks throughout the system with hook-ups and campsites of various sizes to accomodate a wide-range of RV makes and models. All campsites at Kartchner feature electric hookups and water that makes this beautiful high-desert destination an RVers paradise with plenty to do. Hike the extensive trail network into the Whetstone Mountains, visit the park discovery center, or experience the Best Cave in the USA! These living caverns offer a one-of-a-kind adventure below ground! Make sure you reserve your cave tour when you book your campsite!
Where’s the best place to go RV camping in Arizona?
From high desert cacti forests to small town charm, Arizona is a mainstay for snowbirders looking to warm their winter bones and adventure seekers year round. Snowbirders have been making the annual migration to Arizona to stave off the throws of winter for decades, probably since the first RV was built out of dinosaur bones and Flintstone feet. Years have come and gone where Arizona was the only place in the country—save for the southernmost tip of Florida—where one could be guaranteed a decent climate and a complete lack of snow. The best part?
Recreational vehicles are designed for "boondocking," or camping without hookups. A fresh water tank, volt battery-operated appliances and holding tanks allow most RV travelers to disconnect from utilities for a few days. Hookups provide increased comfort, including the ability to use unlimited water and run items that draw a great deal of power such as televisions and air conditioners. Most RV parks provide either partial hookups, which include electricity and water, or full hookups, which add sewer service.