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Adventure Bound Camping Resorts - Tucson AZ
10195 South Houghton Road  Tucson, Arizona
520-574-3000
0 CampedThere Reviews

Benson KOA
180 West Four Feathers Lane  Benson, Arizona
800-5626823
5 CampedThere Reviews

Indulge your Wild West fantasies near the Benson KOA, in a quiet, high desert valley just off I-10 (the "southern route" to L.A.). Apache Chief Cochise held out for years amid the granite domes and sheer cliffs of the nearby Dragoon Mountains. Just south, Tombstone hosts daily re-creations of the infamous O.K. Corral shoot-out. Tour an old copper mine near the Mexican border in Bisbee, where steep hillside streets and Victorian buildings evoke the mining boom days. Drive or hike past weirdly shaped rock formations in the Chiricahua Mountains and tour Kartchner Caverns, one of the world’s greatest living caves (reserve well in advance). Or relax by the KOA pool, perhaps after 18 holes on the new San Pedro Golf Course nearby. Potluck and burger get-togethers greet KOA guests on alternate weekends in winter.

Black Canyon City KOA
19600 E. Saint Joseph Road  Black Canyon City, Arizona
800-5625314
17 CampedThere Reviews

Nestled in the Agua Fria National Monument and surrounded by the Bradshaw Mountains, Black Mesa and the Tonto National Forest, this KOA is the best-kept secret in central Arizona. Just 25 miles from North Phoenix, it's the perfect jump-off point to explore by car, 4x4, quad or foot. Access more than 70,000 acres of multipurpose trails from the campground. Enjoy beautiful landscaping, pool, hot tub, movie nights, ice cream socials, Saturday breakfasts and fossil and gem mining. Horseback riding is available locally as well as outlet shopping, museums, monuments and casinos. Check out baseball spring training, NASCAR racing and Bike Week. Cable TV, Wi-Fi, 24-hour laundry, extra-long sites and Park Models are available.

Carefree RV Resorts
arizona  Scottsdale, Arizona
555-1234567
0 CampedThere Reviews

Grand Canyon / Williams KOA
5333 Highway 64  Williams, Arizona
800-5625771
35 CampedThere Reviews

Camping near the Grand Canyon is an adventure into the Northern Arizona wild. The Grand Canyon KOA offers RV, tent and cabin camping within an easy drive to the South Rim. As the closest KOA to the canyon, our campground is a great base camp for all of your Arizona adventures.

Enjoy quiet nights around the campfire, far from the hustle of interstates or trains. Take in the grandeur of the star filled night's sky and name as many constellations as you can. Spend a couple of days exploring all that Northern Arizona has to offer from the red rocks of Sedona to the dramatic landscape of Sunset Crater. Indian ruins, historic towns and a diverse array of wildlife are just a few of the wonderful things to explore from the comfort of the Grand Canyon KOA.

Our full service Canyon Concierge can make all of your tour bookings while you relax by our fireside coffee bar. Whether you wish to tour the Grand Canyon by helicopter, train or van, have a romantic dinner on the South Rim at the famous El Tovar Hotel, or set the family up with a table for dinner on infamous Route 66, our Concierge will make sure your Northern Arizona adventure is full of fond memories.

We look forward to seeing you soon!

Holbrook / Petrified Forest KOA
102 Hermosa Drive  Holbrook, Arizona
800-5623389
18 CampedThere Reviews

Cowpoke cookouts will put you in an Old West mood at this high desert campground, where easy access to I-40 gets you to many attractions, including the Painted Desert. Drive through Petrified Forest National Park, a colorful array of fossilized logs from predinosaur days, and toward Flagstaff, walk along the rim of the Meteor Crater. Holbrook sports Old Route 66 memorabilia. Stop at historic Hubbell Trading Post on the Navajo reservation north of town or visit incredible Canyon de Chelly, with prehistoric dwellings carved into the steep canyon walls. At the campground, shop for horsehair pottery and other Indian crafts and let a stunning sunset round out the day.

Kingman KOA
3820 North Roosevelt  Kingman, Arizona
800-5623991
18 CampedThere Reviews

Set in the high desert and surrounded by mountains, this KOA is the campground most centrally located to many Arizona attractions. Enjoy a quiet, peaceful environment and great weather year-round. The Kingman KOA is the perfect place to set up camp and take day trips to Las Vegas (1.5 hours), the Hoover Dam and Lake Mead (closer than Vegas), the Grand Canyon (2+ hours) and Lake Havasu, home of the London Bridge (45 min.). This is the closest KOA to the new Grand Canyon West Skywalk. Visit fun ghost towns like Chloride or Oatman. The campground offers free mini golf, Wi-Fi, seasonal heated pool and cable TV. Check out the grocery and souvenir store, laundry and large, landscaped pull thrus. This KOA is pet and big-rig friendly. Fun planned activities welcome monthly winter visitors from September 15 - April 15.

Paradise RV Resort
10950 W Union Hills Drive  Sun City, Arizona
623-977-0344
1 CampedThere Reviews

Seligman / Route 66 KOA
801 E Highway 66  Seligman, Arizona
800-5624017
4 CampedThere Reviews

Relax! All PULL THROUGH sites make it easy to set up and relax after a day on the road. From tear drop campers to big diesel pushers, your rig can be accommodated easily. Nostalgia continues to be the mood in Seligman, with the town straddling the longest remaining stretch of Historic Route 66. Stop at Delgadillo’s Snow Cap for a malt, just as folks did in the 1950s. In the spring, cheer on hundreds of classic cars as they take off on the popular Fun Run to Topock. Enjoy fun and easy day trips to Laughlin, the Grand Canyon, Sedona, Las Vegas and the Hoover Dam. Or take a more challenging a 10 mile hike to Havasu Falls.

Then, come back to the campground’s high desert setting to relax and tell stories over the campfire of the day’s adventures. Days are warm, nights are cool and the stars are crystal clear. There’s no light pollution here!

Shangri-La RV Resort
10498 N. Frontage Rd.  Yuma, Arizona
928-3429123
0 CampedThere Reviews

Shangri-La RV Resort is family owned and operated, offering a comfortable and pleasant place to stay with the latest technology and reasonable rates. We are celebrating our 27th season this year. Come down and join us!!We are conveniently located near a grocery store, RV supply store, an Urgent Care Center, drug store, U.S. post office, several restaurants, and three golf courses. Our resort has been given the highest rating available for our restroom facilities. We are the only resort in Yuma County with a Trailer Life 10 * rating, and they also named us one of their top 100 Resorts.

Viewpoint RV Resort
8700 East University Drive  Mesa, Arizona
800-822-4404
1 CampedThere Reviews

Williams / Exit 167 / Circle Pines KOA
1000 Circle Pines Road  Williams, Arizona
800-5629379
45 CampedThere Reviews

Great camping near the Grand Canyon is easy to find. Look no further than Circle Pines KOA, your base for touring the Canyon, Sedona and other great Northern Arizona attractions! Bring your RV or tent, or stay in one of our cozy cabins, cottages or lodges. You’ll love our family atmosphere and pine forest setting.

Make the hour drive to the South Rim of the Grand Canyon, join a van tour or ride the Grand Canyon Railway. (Car rentals and taxi service to Williams are available.) You're within comfortable driving distance of Flagstaff, Sedona and Oak Creek Canyon, Route 66 attractions, ski areas and prehistoric cliff dwellings at Walnut Canyon. Let our friendly staff book train, helicopter, airplane, jeep, ATV and rafting tours for you!

We offer full-hookup 30/50 amp sites, tent sites with water and electric, an assortment of lodging options, free WiFi, hot tubs, an indoor pool (seasonal), fun-bike rentals, mini golf, game room, pet playground, and a large gift shop with groceries and RV supplies. Of course, we also have a playground, restrooms and hot showers, laundry facilities, and fire pits at each site so you can enjoy roasting marshmallows by the campfire.

Summers offer extra activities, when you can enjoy free hayrides on the weekends, crafts, tournaments, and horseback rides into the surrounding forest. The Bear Trax Cafe serves delicious breakfasts and dinners from Mother’s Day until Labor Day.

When you camp in Northern AZ, treat yourself and stay at the award winning Circle Pines KOA.

24 7 Litchfield Park Available
4830 N Litchfield Rd  Litchfield Park, Arizona
480-7182988
0 CampedThere Reviews

A Bar A Campgrounds
9015 W Tangerine Rd  Marana, Arizona
520-6824332
0 CampedThere Reviews

Acadian Court
3184 E Benson Hwy  Tucson, Arizona
520-7417079
0 CampedThere Reviews

Adobe RV Park
4950 W Apache Way  Golden Valley, Arizona
928-5653010
0 CampedThere Reviews

Adobe Village Rv Park
11350 S Payson Dr  Yuma, Arizona
928-3451154
0 CampedThere Reviews

Alpine Village Rv Park
42702 US Highway 180  Alpine, Arizona
928-3391841
0 CampedThere Reviews

Apache Gold Casino
Highway 70  San Carlos, Arizona
928-4757800
0 CampedThere Reviews

Apache Mobile Park
79 N Apache Trl  St David, Arizona
520-7204634
0 CampedThere Reviews

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