Colorado River Adventures RV Camping Resorts provide some of the best family friendly RV camping there is in Arizona, California and Mexico!
In 1972, Colorado River Adventures started at Buckskin State Park as part of the concessions for the Bureau of Land Management. CRA has since grown to be the largest concession in Arizona for all its state parks. CRA’s first RV Park opened in 1979 and today we operate 15 parks, both public and private. CRA owns and operates ten membership camping resorts which have over 2,000 full hookup RV sites.
Emerald Cove Resort
Earp, CA - On the Parker Strip
Located on the California side of the Colorado River, also known as the Parker Strip across from Parker, Arizona. Emerald Cove is one of the largest RV parks in the area. The park boasts over 800 full hook-up sites and 1 mile of sandy beach with waterfront RV camping!
KQ Ranch Resort
This secluded RV and camping resort is located just 40 miles east of San Diego, California. The resort has access to riding and hiking trails as well as the Pacific Crest and much more. Head 4 miles north to the charming town of Julian and visit their downtown district for endless pie and shopping!
Ghost Mountain Ranch Resort
Pollock Pines, CA
In the Sierra Mountains, nestled among the tall pines, at the gateway to South Lake Tahoe, awaits Ghost Mountain Ranch RV resort. Fill your days with activities at the pool, fishing at the pond, horseback riding, hiking in the woods or visiting nearby South Lake Tahoe.
Lake Havasu Resort
Lake Havasu City, AZ
Lake Havasu Resort is nestled on the north end of Lake Havasu. This area is a fishing paradise stretching over 29 miles from an area in the north the locals call "the sand bar" to Parker Dam in the south. Located minutes from the lake, Lake Havasu RV Resort is a perfect RV getaway destination.