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Rent a motorhome in Arizona

Tour Arizona's deep canyons and deserts in a camper van

Arizona’s abundance of iconic natural and man-made attractions is incomparable and includes Monument Valley, the Hoover Dam and the Grand Canyon. It seems that wherever you go while travelling across the state, there’s no shortage of beautiful things to see and do.

With Route 66 running right through it, it should come as no surprise that travelling by RV is the best way to explore it all. Arizona’s warm climate and stretches of open road through sandstone masterpieces lend themselves to a desert road trip like no other.

Whether travelling solo or with your family or friends, you can benefit from a camper van rental on your next holiday in Arizona. Discover RV rentals that will give you the freedom to travel at your own pace by visiting motorhomebookers.com.

Top 5 facts about Arizona

  1. Phoenix, the capital of Arizona, is considered the hottest city in the US, with an average high temperature of over 100 degrees Fahrenheit.
  2. Contrary to popular belief, despite its typically warm climate, Arizona gets just under five inches of snow per year during its coldest months.
  3. The Grand Canyon is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the US and the fourth most visited national park in the country, with 5.9 million visitors yearly.
  4. The Sonoran Desert, which covers part of Arizona, is the only place on Earth where the iconic saguaro cactus grows.
  5. According to the World Meteorological Society, Yuma, Arizona, is the sunniest place on Earth, with more than 4,000 sunlight hours per year.

These highlights await you when you visit Arizona with a motorhome

Commonly cited as one of the “Seven Wonders of the World”, The Grand Canyon is possibly the most popular natural attraction in the US. The canyon was shaped by the Colorado River, but the best views come from the South Rim in Arizona’s Grand Canyon National Park, which can be visited by motorhome, thanks to its numerous RV campgrounds.

Like the Grand Canyon, The Hoover Dam is a popular US tourist attraction. Unlike the naturally occurring canyon, however, The Hoover Dam is one of the largest man-made structures in the world and a feat of engineering. Located on the border between Arizona and Nevada, the dam is over 700 feet high and 1,200 feet long.

Outside of the city of Sedona, you’ll find Red Rock State Park. This nature preserve, which features a red sandstone canyon, serves as an environmental education facility and provides stunning views of Cathedral Rock and Mogollon Rim. With plenty of designated trails and guided hikes, you can park up and easily explore the park on foot.

The cities in Arizona you should visit with your camper van!

Surrounded by one of the largest pine forests on Earth, Flagstaff is located along the world-famous Route 66, making a motorhome holiday through this city a no-brainer. With historic architecture and classic roadside attractions that have maintained their Americana aesthetic, Flagstaff is a perfect stopover when road-tripping across Arizona. It’s also just a 90-minute drive to Grand Canyon National Park.

No trip to Arizona would be complete without visiting the state’s capital, Phoenix. As one of America’s largest cities, you’ll find plenty to see and do, from dining at first-rate restaurants to exploring the history of the state at the Heard Museum. To get a better look at the city, you can hike to the summit of Camelback Mountain for panoramic views.

Southeast of Phoenix, you’ll find the historic city of Tombstone. Best known as the location of the Gunfight at the O.K. Corral, taking a day trip here is like visiting an Old West theme park. Parts of Allen Street are closed to motor traffic, which helps preserve its authentic feel, and you can even take in performances from actors dressed in cowboy garb.

Camper van hire: Useful information for a trip through Arizona

To rent a motorhome in Arizona, generally speaking, you must be between the ages of 21 and 25 years old and have a valid driver’s licence. You’ll also need a major credit card to qualify for a rental.

Motorhome rentals can be found in most large US cities, including Phoenix, Arizona. To find out where you can pick up and drop off your RV rental, visit motorhomebookers.com for a complete list of cities in Europe, the USA, Canada, Australia, New Zealand and Africa.

Rent a motorhome now and discover Arizona

Brimming with panoramic canyon views, iconic desert landscapes and world wonders, Arizona offers breathtaking roadside scenery. With so much for visitors to see and experience, Arizona caters to all travellers, especially those travelling by motorhome.

With plenty of RV campgrounds across the state, you’ll always be close to something amazing no matter where you stay. Even just hitting the open road will provide you with majestic views of sandstone monuments, saguaro cacti and watercoloured sunsets.

To get out into nature and explore The Grand Canyon State for yourself, there’s no better way than by renting a motorhome. If you want to learn more about how you can see Arizona in a camper van, visit motorhomebookers.com to find a list of vehicle models and flexible dates and attractive rates for your next holiday.

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During this motorhome trip, you will first travel along the Pacific coast of Southern California to San Diego and then, moving inland up to Phoenix, Arizona. From Phoenix, the route will lead you through stunning national parks and natural highlights in the west of the United States.

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