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As the fifth largest city in the Nation, Phoenix offers plenty to see and do during your visit. In a city that comprises over 500 square miles, there’s bound to be a variety of things to do and for visitors of all ages to enjoy. For the outdoor adventurer, Phoenix has designated more land for parks and preserves than any other major city in the nation. Some of your top-of-the-list places to visit should include; Camelback Mountain - The full view from the top of this iconic landmark makes scaling the two trails worth it. The summit has an elevation of a mere 1,200 feet and overlooks the beautiful cityscape of Phoenix. This is just one of the many places to take a hike in Phoenix. Desert Botanical Garden - This 50-acre desert garden showcases a wide variety of beautiful arid plants. Families will enjoy a day at the Phoenix zoo, which is the home for over 1,400 animals and the park also provides visitors the chance to enjoy some fishing in the seven acres of stocked lagoons, as well as the Papago Golf Course. Another kid favorite is the Heard Museum, which exhibits the culture and history of 22 regional American Indian tribes. The Musical Instrument Museum is great for kids too, visitors can even play the instruments from several cultures around the world. For those looking for the nightlife, Phoenix is thriving with a variety of clubs to choose from, including places like Roosevelt Row neighborhood, Crescent Ballroom, where local and national music acts play almost every night throughout the year, Cobra Arcade Bar, Bitter & Twisted Cocktail Parlour, Dust Cutter, The Park, and CityScape, a two-block complex which includes fun nightclubs, stand-up comedy clubs and more. Phoenix also provides plenty of culture, art and music as well as sports, restaurants, shopping and casinos. And for a different flare of fun, visitors could take one of several hot air balloon trips to experience the beautiful Phoenix area from a different point of view. While you’re visiting Phoenix, don’t forget to make the time for those must-see iconic attractions like the Grand Canyon National Park, the historic Route 66 and the Hoover Dam.

RV Rental Phoenix


Cabover Style C 27-29ft - Victorville (Hesperia) V1
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$165 / Night

Cabover Style C 27-29ft - Victorville (Hesperia) V1

Hesperia, California

6 28ft

Mercedes Diesel 25' motorhome
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$225 / Night

Mercedes Diesel 25' motorhome

Scottsdale, Arizona

6 24ft 11in

The Rolling "Fort"
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$85 / Night

The Rolling "Fort"

Litchfield Park, Arizona

8 27ft

Coleman Lantern 215BHWE
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$90 / Night

Coleman Lantern 215BHWE

Phoenix, Arizona

7 25ft 11in

Joplin | Boho Camper Vans
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$179 / Night

Joplin | Boho Camper Vans

Phoenix, Arizona

4 22ft

2015 Eclipse Iconic 2816SWG
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$150 / Night

2015 Eclipse Iconic 2816SWG

Peoria, Arizona

6 28ft

2015 Eclipse Stellar 28 IBLG
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$150 / Night

2015 Eclipse Stellar 28 IBLG

Peoria, Arizona

6 33ft

2019 Georgetown GT5 36B5 King bed with 2 bathrooms
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$309 / Night

2019 Georgetown GT5 36B5 King bed with 2 bathrooms

Phoenix, Arizona

6 36ft 11in

Places to Visit near Phoenix


Desert Botanical Garden

For more than 70 years, the Desert Botanical Garden has been teaching and inspiring visitors from the local community and around the world, providing research, exhibits and more designed to help the people understand, protect and preserve the desert’s natural beauty. The Garden features 145 acres, 65 acres under cultivation, and 1 of only 44 botanical gardens accredited by the American Association of Museums. The Garden’s commitment to the community is to advance excellence in education, research, exhibition and conservation of desert plants of the world with emphasis on the southwestern United States. We will ensure that the Garden is always a compelling attraction that brings to life the many wonders of the desert

The Phoenix Zoo

The Phoenix Zoo is home to more than 1,300 animals including 200 endangered species and participates in 37 Species Survival Plans (SSPs) to breed and maintain endangered species populations in captivity. At the Phoenix Zoo we are dedicating a portion of our efforts to a sanctuary for animals that need our help because they have no other place to live. The animals you'll see in Sanctuary include White Rhinos, Asian Elephants, Mexican gray wolf, Cheetahs, Arabian oryx, and a host of other animals. These animals are part of Sanctuary for various reasons. Some of the animals are threatened with extinction and in need of captive-breeding programs. They will live here and produce offspring that will go on to restore wild populations. Our three Asian elephants and other animals that have behavioral problems will get a chance for a better life through the special attention given in Sanctuary. Animals retired from breeding programs and animals that are not needed for breeding programs get lifelong quality care. Sanctuary also includes animals that are being rehabilitated for return to the wild or animals that have an illness or injury that keeps them from ever living a normal life if returned to the wild.There are Sanctuary animals located throughout the zoo; however we have decided to create specific space within the zoo for a large portion of the Sanctuary animals. The back loop of the Zoo, from Desert Lives to the Crossroads Snack bar, is dedicated to our Sanctuary animals.

Wells Fargo Tower

Celebrating Wells Fargo's role in Arizona's colorful history, the Wells Fargo History Museum is just steps away from the US Airways Center and Chase Field. Exhibits include an authentic 19th century stagecoach, a replica stagecoach you can climb aboard, gold and precious minerals, a replica mine shaft, antique firearms, working telegraph and other artifacts depicting the settlement of the American West. The museum's impressive collection of original artworks includes the world's largest collection of famed illustrator N.C. Wyeth's western themed work. The museum store features a variety of Wells Fargo branded gifts, collectibles and apparel. Tours are available with advance reservations and admission is always free.

Musical Instrument Museum

MIM offers a shared experience of the history of musical instruments throughout the world. The 200,000 square-foot space is bright and open, providing guests with a warm and comfortable environment. Guests are introduced to MIM through the Orientation Gallery on the first floor showcasing the artistry, diversity, and movement of musical instruments from around the world. On the second floor, guests can venture into different regions of the world to discover the complete orchestra of a Chinese opera, a big-band jazz ensemble, or all the instruments of a mariachi band, among others. The collection includes instruments from around two hundred countries and territories in the world. Some larger countries such as India, China, Russia, the United States, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, and others have multiple displays with subsections for different types of ethnic, folk, and tribal music. The instruments have both historic and artistic merit and many are more than fifty years old. MIM’s goal is to acquire instruments that have been used for folk and tribal occasions wherever possible.

Campgrounds and RV Parks near Phoenix


Desert Shadows Travel Trailer

beautiful, well manicured RV park

This beautiful, well manicured R.V and Park Model resort is located in North Phoenix, just off of I-17. With 638 spaces this resort offers everything you could want, whether you’re simply looking for a short term stay or permenant home in beautiful Phoenix! While the resort itself is a tranquil, friendly place to stay, it is located close to everything you need in Phoenix, including many golf courses, shopping malls, grocery stores, banks, restaurants and entertainment. However, with our friendly staff, extensive amenities and social director you may never want to leave the resort!

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Phoenix Metro Rv Park

310 ample sites with full hookups, swimming pool and spa

Welcome to Phoenix Metro RV Park, an age 55+ RV Park in Phoenix, Arizona. We invite you to explore our Website to learn more about our unique park, designed to meet the needs of today's 55+ Rver looking for a full service "home away from home." Escape to our gorgeous, desert/mountainous northwest Phoenix setting and enjoy spectacular Phoenix sunrises and sunsets; palm, citrus and shade trees; our convenient location along the North Black Canyon Highway (I-17), with ample shopping and dining just 5 minutes from the park and our moderate Phoenix Weather.

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