Campgrounds, RV Parks, and Reservation Information

The northern Arizona campgrounds listed below are typically open from May through October, meaning a camp host is there to collect campsite payments and maintain the facilities. Once the campground is “closed,” it may still be available for free public use provided the road is open; however, restrooms and drinking water will no longer be provided. Best to check availability of a campsite prior to arrival.

Dispersed Camping Near Flagstaff, Arizona

There are millions of acres of public lands in northern Arizona to visit, enjoy, and camp on. Camping is generally free or very low-cost. When visiting these lands, please practice “Leave No Trace” etiquette as this land is rarely maintained on a regular basis.

Tips for Flagstaff, Arizona

Lots to do in Flagstaff!!  Here are some tips for you.

National Parks in Arizona

With so much to see in Arizona, you might have a hard time picking what to experience. To help you out, the National Park Service has put a list of some of the most awe-inspiring places in the State.

Camping in Grand Canyon National Park

Other Campground Reservation Options

Places to Visit, Hikes, and Things To Do

Fishing in Arizona

Regional Weather Forecasts

Favorite Camping Recipes

Other Resources

How to Tow a Trailer (videos)

Learn More About T@G Teardrop Campers

check availability and BOOK NOW

Book with confidence: We use WHEELBASE, a third-party online RV fleet management company, for fast and secure payments. They also offer $1M in insurance coverage and Coach-Net Roadside Assistance.