Many RVers head south for the winter, and one of the best states for snowbirds to visit is Arizona. The state offers amazing views, tons of sunshine, and plenty of great places to go and destinations to see. From the Sonoran Desert to the Grand Canyon National Park, you’ll never have to stop exploring.
Arizona is a fantastic place to explore during the winter, but it’s also a wonderful spot to park your RV and relax. After all the exploring you’ll likely do, you’ll need a good place to go, so here are five campgrounds and RV resorts that come highly recommended. If your travels bring you to the Grand Canyon State, then you should think about hitting one of these spots up for a few nights or an extended stay.
1. Fortuna de Oro RV Resort – Yuma, Arizona
The first on our list is Fortuna de Oro RV Resort in Yuma, Arizona. This wonderful resort comes highly recommended and offers over 1,200 sites. It’s a snowbird’s dream with a 9-hole golf course and restaurant right on site. More than half of the sites are full hookup and there’s Wi-Fi throughout the campground as well as restrooms, showers, a pool, rec hall, game room and so much more.
If you want to spend some time away from the resort, consider heading into Yuma to experience the events, festivals, or casinos that you’ll find there. If you want a more unique experience head to Castle Dome Landing, which is an old mining ghost town and museum.
2. Superstition Sunrise RV Resort – Apache Junction, Arizona
Superstition Sunrise RV Resort is a resort designed to make your stay as fun and activity-packed as possible. The list of amenities and opportunities is extremely long and includes all kinds of classes, clubs, sports, and concerts. The resort focuses on making sure you’ll always have something to do and on making sure your stay is as fun and enjoyable as possible.
If you ever do feel the need to venture out from the park, there’s plenty to see and do, such as visiting the Lost Dutchman State Park, exploring the Goldfield Ghost Town and museum, and the Superstition Mountain Museum. The area has a rich history and culture that should give you plenty to do and see.
3. Holiday Palms RV Park – Quartzsite, Arizona
With nearly 100 sites, Holiday Palms RV Park in Quartzsite, Arizona, isn’t quite as large as some of the other RV Resorts on this list, but that doesn’t mean its any less of a fantastic resort. The RV park’s 93 sites are all full hookup sites with Wi-Fi and access to numerous other amenities like a hot tub, horseshoes, a rec hall, and a long list of scheduled planned activities throughout the year. It’s a great place to spend a short or long amount of time.
Only a few minutes away lies ATV tours, hiking opportunities, and mountain biking trails and tours. You can check out the various shows and events in Quartzsite or visit the famous Hi Jolly’s Tomb which is a must-see stop for any American Civil War history buff.
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