As the Colorado River winds its way down to the Sea of Cortez through Arizona, it passes some of the most scenic natural surroundings found in the American southwest. From the wondrous Grand Canyon in Northern Arizona to the sandy dunes of the Sonoran Desert near Yuma, vacationers could not find more beautiful locales for camping in Arizona than along the Colorado River.
The days along the river are always sunny and usually warm, which makes Arizona camping an excellent option at all times of the year. Whether you’re looking to escape the long winter of your home state, or desiring an adventurous summer getaway with the family, Camping in and around the state of Arizona at any time of year is guaranteed to be warmer and sunnier than just about any other place in America.
Though you can see the stars at night, and even sleep under them, camping in Arizona along the Colorado doesn’t have to be rugged or challenging. In fact, camping at one of our comfortable RV resorts is the best of both worlds: a relaxing outdoor experience with the kind of convenient amenities found at the best resorts and tourist escapes. Clubhouses, pools and Jacuzzis, security, helpful staff members, dining, equipment rental, laundry and bath facilities – these are just a few of the features that can make your Arizona camping experience one of simple luxury.
Our brand of Arizona campgrounds are more than just a tent in the woods. At our Arizona rv campgrounds, activities abound – especially water activities and outdoor sports. At the resorts in Yuma, Arizona, you can combine camping with fishing or off-roading – the dunes around Yuma offer great landscapes for riding quads; in Lake Havasu, you’ll have to balance your time between sight-seeing, fishing, boating, and golfing. Even the casinos of Laughlin are only a short drive away.
If fishing is your ideal way to relax while on vacation, then you’ll want to consider camping in Arizona’s Yuma Lakes Resort. Our private lake is well-stocked with bass and the peaceful surroundings will make it hard for you to want to do anything else! You can also lay by the pool with a good book, or partake in any number of activities at the clubhouse.
Yuma Lakes RV Resort is but a stone’s throw from Mexico; if you’re yearning for something slightly more adventurous than camping in Arizona, then drive south for an hour to our El Golfo RV Resort on the Sea of Cortez in Mexico. Better yet, let us drive you down on one of our weekly caravans between the Yuma Lakes and El Golfo Resorts. This beach front resort is everything you’ve come to expect from Mexico: pool side cabanas, glittering ocean water, and cold servers.
For a complete change of pace from Mexico, try visiting an English village – in Lake Havasu! Famed for reconstructing the real London Bridge over its local waterways, Lake Havasu is also home to our Lake Havasu RV Resort, an Arizona camping experience for vacationers of all tastes. Spend your days fishing at the lake, sunning by the pool, or hitting the greens for 18 holes of golf; spend your evenings dining and shopping in the Olde English Village!
If you need a vacation from the kids, look no further than our NorthShore RV Resort. After spending your afternoon on a boat beneath the Arizona sunshine, you can take one of our daily shuttles to Laughlin, Nevada, and try your hand at the slots or blackjack tables.
With these four dynamic Colorado River resorts, Arizona RV camping has never been so full of options for you, your friends, and family. Just pack your swimsuit, golf clubs, and fishing gear, and follow your RV’s map to Arizona.
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