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The vibrant capital city of the state of Arizona, Phoenix is an extremely popular tourist destination due to its close proximity to the famous Grand Canyon, surrounding desert, national monuments and national parks. Driving is the best way to explore the state and other states close by.

Most travellers choose to explore by hiring a recreational vehicle or a smaller camping car, allowing them to get lost in the desert, mountains and Indian reserves. The choice of RVs for hire is excellent, with adequate campgrounds to ensure a pleasant journey.

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Recommended Campervan Drives in Phoenix

Grand Canyon National Park:

this is one of the most visited attractions in the country and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. See wildlife, villages, Indian reserves and the Grand Canyon. On route stop in the beautiful town of Sedona and rest at the Rancho Sedona RV Park before continuing into the park. Here stay at Trailer Village and Jacob Lake Campground.

Navajo Nation:

is located in Arizona, New Mexico and Utah and is home to the Monument Valley Navajo Park, Navajo Nation Museum and Canyon de Chelly National Monument. There are plenty of camps to stay in, including Goulding’s Lodge Campground and Camp Asaayi Campground among others.

Rocky Mountains:

from Washington to all of the big cities in the region. Explore the Baltimore Harbor, wander around the Wilmington waterfront, visit Philadelphia’s Washington square and end in the famous metropolis New York City. There are plenty of camping car camps along the way such as Lums Pond State Park and Winding River Campground among others.

Driving Tips
Road network:

The city is well served by numerous federal and state roads, all which are in excellent condition.

Speed limits:

Urban roads: 55mph unless in a school zone
Provincial roads: 65mph
National roads and motorways: 55-75mph

Alcohol limits:

0.8 per cent, ignition interlock device used and fines given.

Safety:

the state of Arizona has plenty of speed cameras set up so watch your limit. Driving is on the right-hand side, and extra caution should be taken in the mountains.

Compare Motorhome Hire in Phoenix

Compare Recreational Vehicles here to get the best deals, with vehicles offered by trusted suppliers such as Compass, Pure and Cruise America. Everything from a two-berth compact to a large Vans with slide-out that can sleep up to eight is available.


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