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RV Rentals in Tucson, AZ

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RV Rentals in Tucson, AZ

Discover Tucson

Surrounded by the vast Sonoran desert and several sublime mountain ranges, Tucson is one of many postcard-perfect destinations in the American Southwest. With the perfect mix of Mexican and American culture and history in "Old Pueblo," you won't be short of exciting excursions to take during your trip. Step back in time to the Wild West at historic attractions like the San Xavier del Bac Mission and Old Tucson. You'll also have plenty of opportunities to top up your tan, with over 350 days of sunshine a year, making Tucson one of the country's sunniest cities. 

RV rentals in Tucson are perfect for exploring Arizona's landscape. The best time to rent an RV in Tucson is in the spring and fall, when the weather is milder and you can make the most of the great outdoors.

Things to Do in Tucson

Things to Do in Tucson

Whether you're looking for an outdoor adventure or a fun family vacation, you'll find it in Tucson. History buffs will love touring the 18th-century San Xavier del Bac Mission, the oldest European building in Arizona. Or, take to the skies at the Pima Air and Space Museum, which is home to approximately 300 aircraft, including bombers used by the U.S. Army during World War II. You won't have any trouble visiting these top attractions during your stay, since many of the best RV campgrounds in Tucson are less than 10 miles away.

Campers looking to escape the city and get back in touch with nature should plan an excursion to the Saguaro National Park. Split into two sections to the east and west of Tucson, Saguaro National Park encompasses over 90,000 acres of Sonoran Desert, as well as the Rincon and Tucson Mountains. Plan a hike through the park and stop to admire the towering saguaro cactus, or trek up Wasson Peak for glorious panoramas of the surrounding countryside. Hikes will vary quite a bit in terms of length and difficulty, so remember to choose the right trail for your fitness level.

Be sure to bring along your binoculars to spot some local bird species, including greater roadrunners, Gila woodpeckers, and northern goshawks.

RV Campgrounds in Tucson

RV Campgrounds in Tucson

Park up at a Tucson RV Campground and enjoy a night stargazing under one of the darkest skies in America. Rincon Country West RV Resort is among the most popular campgrounds in the city. Located just 5 minutes south of downtown, Rincon Country West RV Resort provides access to some of Tucson's best attractions, like the Pima Air and Space Museum and San Xavier del Bac Mission. You'll find hundreds of all-weather sites with full hookups at this RV park, as well as plenty of onsite entertainment, including a swimming pool and a games room.

An excellent alternative to Rincon Country West RV Resort is Far Horizons RV Resort. Located in eastern Tucson, this RV park offers idyllic mountain views and plenty of activities to keep your crew occupied. Park your RV at a full-hookup site, then head down to the pool to beat the summer heat. On cooler days, feel free to check out the hot tub and sauna or explore the nearby nature trails

Planning a trip to Tucson with your canine compadre? Book a stay at the Tucson/Lazydays KOA. This pet-friendly KOA offers pup playgrounds at designated campsites so your dog can stretch their legs after being cooped up in the camper. The Tucson/Lazydays KOA doesn't skimp on activities for humans, either. Make a splash at one of the two onsite swimming pools, or improve your short game on the putting green. Each site comes with full hookups, and some provide pull-through access for big rigs.

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