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Arizona is a fantastic state to explore through self-drive, as it is home to the Grand Canyon, Monument Valley and the Petrified Forest National Park. There are a number of comfortable campsites across the state, making touring by van highly recommended, and the Recreational Vehicle selection is good ranging from small camper cars to large slide out homes.

Arizona has always been a popular destination thanks to its phenomenal natural beauty. It often attracts those wishing to explore on their own, and an RV is a fantastic way to do this. Driving is the easiest way to explore all the wonderful desert scenery, the mountains and the numerous monuments scattered throughout the state.

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Driving a RV in Arizona

The Grand Canyon:

known for its jaw-dropping landscapes and fantastic wildlife, this is the most visited site in the state. Great for hiking, white water rafting and taking amazing photographs. Most visitors enter via Phoenix and stay in campgrounds such as Desert View Campground, Trailer Village and North Rim Campground.

South Central Arizona:

from Tuscan, visit sites such as Sabino Canyon, Saguaro National Park, Mount Lemmon and the Casa Grande Ruins. This area can easily be explored from Gilbert Ray Campground and Molino Basin Campground, among others.

Historic Route 66:

is one of the country‚Äôs most famous highways. This scenic drive will take you through the Tonto National Forest, to the edge of the San Francisco Peaks, past the Barringer Meteor Crater and to the Petrified Forest National Park. Rest at Black Barts Camping Van Park, Lockett Meadow Campground or the Homolavi Ruins State Park Campground.

Driving in Arizona

Road network:

an excellent set of highways pass through the state, ensuring all major attractions are easily accessible. There are a number of petrol stations along all routes.

Speed limits:

Urban roads: 25mph unless specifiedProvincial roads: 55 to 65mphNational roads and motorways: 75mph

Alcohol limits:

0.08 per cent, high fines and possible imprisonment for violators.


driving is on the right-hand side and roads are in great condition. Beware of dust storms, heavy rainfall and possible high winds. Emergency response is excellent.

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We have researched and put together a list of the lowest rates on camping vans in the state, available through a number of leading companies such as Expedition Motor Homes, Compass and Moturis RV Rentals. Choose between VW campervans through to Class C RVs able to sleep six people.