If you've never been to Flagstaff, Arizona, rest assured that there's never really a bad time to visit. When the southern two-thirds of the Grand Canyon State are practically baking in triple digit summer temperatures, Flagstaff's milder Northern Arizona climate and shady forests beckon. For those itching for a winter ski trip, the Arizona Snowbowl is a can't-miss locale.
Hiking, disc golf, and historic Route 66 are amongst the attractions to check out in this Dark Sky city, and the Grand Canyon is also a reasonable drive away (easily done as a day trip). The air is fresh in Flagstaff, and you can spend your days meandering through downtown's many shops, with your nights filled up by gazing at the stars shining brightly above. You'll never be bored, but you also never need to feel too busy, in Flag.
The Best RV Parks in Flagstaff for a Relaxing Time
Flagstaff is truly a great place to get away from it all, and visitors to Flagstaff RV parks tend to rave about their surroundings and amenities. Have a look at several Flagstaff RV parks for yourself to see where you, too, can find some joy and stillness amidst the aboreal wonders of the Coconino National Forest!
Spend your days and nights amongst the ponderosa pines at the Flagstaff KOA Holiday campground. There are plenty of amenities to go around for the whole family, and the sites are cleaned regularly. Flagstaff KOA Holiday is open year-round, but while there are 200 spaces, be sure to make a reservation –– this is one of the more popular Flagstaff RV parks.
The Mormon Lake Lodge RV Park has 74 spaces, with a mix of full hookups and dry RV campsites. You have it all, here, with an on-site gas station, a country store, a post office, and a steakhouse and saloon at Mormon Lake Lodge RV Park. Kids can burn off some energy playing basketball or volleyball, or horse around on the jungle gym. The campsites are pet-friendly, too, so feel free to bring your furry family members!
If you've ever dreamed of RV camping in a pine forest, then you can make that dream come true at the Woody Mountain Campground. There's high-speed Wi-Fi, a general store, and coin-operated laundry facilities. The 146 spaces have full hookups, making your stay even more comfortable. It’s open year-round, but keep in mind that from November through March, the bathroom and laundry facilities are closed.
With 178 spaces, every one of which has full hookups, Black Bart's RV Park is conveniently located in the heart of Flagstaff. Wherever you want to go in Flagstaff or elsewhere in Northern AZ isn't too far away from Black Bart's. And, if you get hungry, be sure to stop by its steakhouse to take advantage of the 10% discount you'll get!
Open from late April to early October, Pine Grove Campground sits in the Coconino National Forest. You can find coin-operated showers, cooking grills, picnic tables, drinking water, and flush toilets. You're near both Upper and Lower Lake Mary, and there are trout, catfish, and bass to be caught in those or other nearby lakes. If you're keen on getting away from it all, Pine Grove Campground is the place to be.
A short drive from all of Flagstaff's charms, J&H RV Park is a quiet park for the 55+ set. You can let the NAU kids have their fun, and retreat to your quiet little corner of Northern AZ. Clean restrooms and showers, laundry facilities, and picnic tables are just some of the benefits of staying at J&H RV Park.
Located near Upper Lake Mary, Fort Tuthill Family Campground gives visitors a true experience of rustic camping in the woods. There are almost 100 sites, one of which you can grab with a reservation (or take your chances, since it's first-come, first-served!). Only 8 RV sites have hookups, but there are picnic tables, fire rings, and portable toilets. Fort Tuthill is a great place to camp off the grid!
You won't find bathroom or shower facilities at Greer's Pine Shadows, but what you will find is a bit of an oasis from hectic modern life. For over 60 years, this family-run campground has proven itself as a relaxing getaway. Open year-round, you're in a good location from which to go out and explore Flagstaff or Sedona, or even just go hiking!
Visit Flagstaff RV Parks in a Cruise America RV Rental
As you can see, it's easy to find some peace and calm in Flagstaff. Where you will stay while enjoying the respite is an important question, of course, but there's another one that needs to be asked: "In what will you stay?" Obviously, you need an RV, but where can you get your hands on one? With a large fleet of rental RVs that are the perfect complement to any road trip, the answer is Cruise America.
Don't wait another minute. It's time to hit the road with a Cruise America RV! There’s even an RV rental location in Flagstaff. Get in touch with Cruise America today to get your Flagstaff adventure rolling!