Top 10 RV Parks Near Flagstaff, AZ

Top 5 reasons why it is a fun place to visit:

  1. Check out the Walnut Canyon National Monument
  2. Visit the Lowell Observatory
  3. See the Sunset Crater Volcano National Monument
  4. Spend the day at the Arizona Snowbowl
  5. Take a tour at the Riordan Mansion State Historic Park

List of top 10 RV Parks in the Flagstaff, AZ area:

(Disclaimer: information is a compilation of researched info as published online and does not necessarily reflect the experience or opinion of the author)

The RV parks have been ranked and are listed from “Most Recommended” to “Least Recommended” based on reviews, feedback, amenities, and preference. Cost was not the primary ranking driver. Please note that weekend RV families with children might have different needs than full-time RV “snowbirds”.

Flagstaff

1. J&H RV Park

J&H RV Park

Address: 7901 N Hwy 89, Flagstaff AZ, 86004
Phone: (928)-526-1829
Email: [email protected]
Hours: 8:00 AM-5:00 PM
Website: flagstaffrvparks.com
Specs
Pricing: $71.72/daily, $390/weekly (discounts available), seasonal rates available (call office)
Total RV sites: 52
Hookups: full (30/50, water, sewer)
Pool/Hot tub: No
Showers: Yes 
Pets Allowed: Yes 
Wi-Fi: Yes 

This smaller park strives to provide an intimate and cozy stay for either a few days or even extended stays. It is close to everything Flagstaff has to offer.

J&H RV Park

What makes this park unique?

Open from April 24 to October 20, this park is age-restricted and the only non-smoking park in all of Flagstaff. It’s at over 7000 ft elevation and received the “National RV Park of the Year” award in the past.

What we like about it
  • Clubhouse
  • Laundry
  • Gift shop
  • Picnic tables
  • TV/Library room
  • RV supplies
  • Quiet
  • Book swaps
  • Horseshoes
  • Mini store
  • Potluck patio
Drawbacks
  • 55+ community (secondary guest age 30+)
  • No tents
  • No motorcycles

2. Ashurst Lake Campground

Ashurst Lake Campground

Address: 35°01’10.1″N 111°24’31.1″W, directions: Drive south 19 miles from Flagstaff on Forest Highway 3 (Lake Mary Road) then east about 4 miles on Forest Road 82E.
Phone: (928)-526-0866
Hours: 9:00 AM-5:00 PM
Website: www.fs.usda.gov
Specs
Pricing: $20/daily (up to 14 days sequentially, no more than 30 days/year), seniors get 50% off
Total RV sites: 25
Hookups: none
Pool/Hot tub: No
Showers: No
Pets Allowed: Yes 
Wi-Fi: No

According to their Website, “(g)ood fishing and excellent views of the San Francisco Peaks characterize these two lakeside campgrounds. Ashurst Lake is stocked with trout, bass, and channel catfish, and boasts enough wind for windsurfing.

Both campgrounds hug the lakeshore with campsites huddled in a picturesque stand of gnarly old juniper trees and pinyon pines. One of Ashurst Lake’s most notable characteristics is its ability to hold a high-water level in drought years. That can be very important here in northern Arizona where less resilient lakes sometimes dry up.

In addition to fishing and board sailing, the lake offers excellent opportunities for birdwatching during the spring waterfowl migration. For a special treat look for white-faced ibises grazing in the shallows along with the cinnamon teal, pintails and other ducks. Bald eagles and osprey can also be seen in the area, along with a number of species of hawks and songbirds.” (Source: Coconino National Forest – Ashurst Lake Campgrounds (usda.gov))

What makes this park unique?

This park is seasonal, from April 30 to October 11. Their website describes the campground this way: “(a) graveled road to the lake and graveled road that surrounds most of the lake provides convenient access for most passenger vehicles and bicycles. Rustic gravel and “two-track” roads in the area offer some great opportunities to mountain bike or walk out into the surrounding juniper/ponderosa mixed forest for some wildlife viewing and open spaces. The San Francisco Peaks stand majestically on the horizon providing a grand display of Arizona’s volcanic past.” (Source: Coconino National Forest – Ashurst Lake Campgrounds (usda.gov)). Running generators from 10 PM to 6 AM is not permitted.

What we like about it
  • Price
  • Drinking water
  • Vault toilets
  • Fishing
  • Windsurfing
  • Wildlife watching (esp. raptors)
Drawbacks
  • None

3. Camp Navajo RV Park

Camp Navajo RV Park

Address: 1 Hughes Way, Bellemont AZ 86001
Phone: (928)-699-8866
Email: [email protected]
Hours: 8:00 AM-5:00 PM
Website: U.S. Military Campgrounds and RV Parks – Pine View RV Park
Specs
Pricing: $20-22/daily
Total RV sites: 14
Hookups: full (30/50, water, sewer)
Pool/Hot tub: No
Showers: Yes 
Pets Allowed: Yes 
Wi-Fi: Yes 

This is a military campground, which requires military or DoD ID to access. It is at 7,100 feet elevation on the National Guard Base at Bellemont.

Camp Navajo RV Park

What makes this park unique?

This is a very safe, quiet, small campground. Sites are quite large and varied, with some back-in sites and some pull through sites.

What we like about it
  • Surroundings
  • Toilets
  • Group area
  • Grill
  • RV storage
  • Laundry
Drawbacks
  • Check or cash only
  • No reservations allowed
  • Open May-October only
  • 14-day stay limit

4. Lodge 2291 Campground

Lodge 2291 Campground

Address: 110 Airport Road, Sedona AZ, 86336
Phone: (928)-282-3030
Hours: 8:00 AM-5:00 PM
Website: www.elks.org
Specs
Pricing: $30/daily (max 14 days)
Total RV sites: 7
Hookups: partial (30/20 Amp electric and water only)
Pool/Hot tub: No
Showers: Yes 
Pets Allowed: Yes 
Wi-Fi: No

This is an Elks Lodge that requires membership to stay there. It’s an incredible location and value, with easy access to everything that Sedona has to offer. This Lodge is about 1 hour drive to Flagstaff.

What makes this park unique?
This Lodge has a lodge room with capacity of 100 and breathtaking Sedona views as a backdrop. This place is a perfect venue for weddings or anniversaries. The sites offer an incredible view of Sedona’s rock formations.

What we like about it
  • Lodge room
  • Incredible views
  • Amazing price for Sedona
Drawbacks
  • Some road and airport noise
  • Membership required

5. Rancho Sedona RV Park

Rancho Sedona RV Park

Address: 135 Bear Wallow Ln, Sedona, AZ 86336
Phone: (928)-282-7255
Hours: 9:00 AM- 5:00 PM
Website: ranchosedona.com
Specs
Pricing: $51-114/daily, $850/monthly (electric is separate), (based on site selection, discounts available)
Total RV sites: 84
Hookups: full (30/50, water, sewer)
Pool/Hot tub: Yes 
Showers: Yes 
Pets Allowed: Yes 
Wi-Fi: Yes 

The campground is surrounded by sycamore and cottonwood trees and Oak Creek is flowing nearby. This park is in Sedona, close to shopping and restaurants, is voted best park in Sedona by many visitors. It is booked out months in advance.

Rancho Sedona RV Park

What makes this park unique?

This park is in Sedona and has a tranquil and easygoing vibe. One can enjoy swimming in the creek in the summer and relaxing by the firepit in the evening. There is an adult-only monthly site section at this park for snowbirds and longer-term visitors.

What we like about it
  • Mountain biking
  • Hiking
  • Trout fishing
  • Volleyball
  • Laundry
  • Cable TV
  • Tetherball
  • BBQ pit
  • Reflection pit
  • Mail delivery available to longer-term visitors
Drawbacks
  • Pricey
  • Some areas are “adults-only” (might not be a family-friendly park)

6. Rio Verde RV Park

Rio Verde RV Park

Address: 3420 E State Rte. 89A, Cottonwood, AZ 86326
Phone: (928)-634-5990
Hours: 9:00 AM-4:30 PM
Website: www.rioverdervpark.com
Specs
Pricing: $48-62/daily, $239-288/weekly (depending on site selection), call for seasonal rates and discounts
Total RV sites: 76
Hookups: full (30/50, water, sewer)
Pool/Hot tub: No 
Showers: Yes 
Pets Allowed: Yes 
Wi-Fi: Yes 

This small-town intimate RV park is referred to as “The Gateway to Sedona” and is a 30-acre plot with juniper, pine and cottonwood trees and much other flora and fauna.

Rio Verde RV Park

What makes this park unique?

Located 15 minutes South of Sedona, this park’s landscape is relaxing and lush, with mature trees providing shade at each site, as well as cement patios and level sites for a comfortable stay. There are also tiny homes on site that can be booked, and the RV park is conducive to rallies and large get-togethers. Max RV length is 42 ft.

What we like about it
  • Large dog run area
  • Propane service
  • Desert trail to Indian Ruins
  • ECO Learning Center
  • Some sites on the Verde River
  • Laundry
  • Fishing
  • Picnic tables
Drawbacks
  • None

7. Pinegrove Campground

Pinegrove Campground

Address: 35° 1′ 48.0000″ N 111° 27′ 47.9999″ W
Phone: N/A
Hours: 8:00 AM-4:00 PM
Website: www.recreation.gov
Specs
Pricing: $26/daily
Total RV sites: 46
Hookups: none
Pool/Hot tub: No 
Showers: Yes 
Pets Allowed: Yes 
Wi-Fi: No 

Pinegrove Campground sits in the lush Coconino National Forest of northern Arizona, offering visitors countless recreation opportunities set in a stunning landscape. This campground is about 20 miles away from Flagstaff. According to recreation.gov, “Coconino National Forest’s 1.8 million acres offer clear lakes, red rock cliffs, desert basins and canopies of pine trees. The lakes around these forested campgrounds are used as a stopover for migrating waterfowl, a wintering site for rare bald eagles and a feeding ground for resident ospreys. The area is also home to a considerable number of elk and mule deer.”

Pinegrove Campground

What makes this park unique?

The park offers a nature retreat, a quiet getaway from the Arizona summer heat and the busyness of the city life. The season is April 29-October 9. Max RV length depends on site, with max length of 42 ft on the largest site.

What we like about it
  • Coin-operated showers
  • Picnic tables
  • Campfire rings
  • BBQ
  • Drinking water
  • Flush toilets
Drawbacks
  • None

8. Munds Park RV Resort

Munds Park RV Resort

Address: 17550 Munds Ranch Rd, Munds Park, AZ 86017
Phone: (928)-286-1309
Email: [email protected]
Hours: 9:00 AM-5:00 PM
Website: mundsparkrv.com
Specs
Pricing: $48 (electric and water only) or $54 (FHU)/daily, Storage rate $110/month, seasonal rates available $3,330-3,950 (based on phase)
Total RV sites: 265 total, with 29 daily pull-through sites
Hookups: full (30/50, water, sewer) and electric/water only
Pool/Hot tub: Yes 
Showers: Yes 
Pets Allowed: Yes 
Wi-Fi: Yes 

Open from April 1 to October 30, this park has different long-term rent phases with different amenities based on price. One can keep the RV there for the season and travel or come up from the Phoenix area for the weekend.

Munds Park RV Resort

What makes this park unique?

This park borders on the Coconino National Forest and has over 400 mature trees provided shade to the sites. All daily spots are pull-throughs, but the park really specializes on long-term tenants that live in three different phase zones with different amenity packages, making it a perfect snowbird location. This park is close to Sedona and Flagstaff.

What we like about it
  • Restaurant and bar on property
  • Off-road trails
  • Pool tables
  • Laundry
  • Cable TV
  • Well water
  • Rec hall (live dance, bingo etc.)
  • Fitness center
  • General store
Drawbacks
  • More geared toward snowbirds and long-term tenants/regulars

9. Woody Mountain Campground and RV Park

Woody Mountain Campground and RV Park

Address: 2727 W Route 66, Flagstaff AZ, 86001
Phone: (928)-774-7727
Email: [email protected]
Hours: 8:00 AM- 5:00 PM
Website: woody-mtn.com
Specs
Pricing: $40-65/daily (based on site and season), $1,200-1,700/month (based on site and season), long-term stay discount available (call office)
Total RV sites: approx. 177
Hookups: full (30/50, water, sewer) or partial (with freshwater fill up and dump station on site)
Pool/Hot tub: No 
Showers: Yes 
Pets Allowed: Yes 
Wi-Fi: Yes 

Established in 1968, this RV park is a fixture of Flagstaff. Going along with the lumberjack vibe of the city, this park has a rugged feel, yet all the modern amenities that make it easy to stay awhile. With hiking trails on site, once can either walk the dogs or take a stroll in the woods and rest at one of several self-reflection areas.

Woody Mountain Campground and RV Park

What makes this park unique?

Located among the pines right off the historic Route 66, this park is an incredible getaway where one can experience the relaxing surroundings while being close to downtown Flagstaff. The RV Park also recently remodeled their bathrooms and laundry rooms.

What we like about it
  • Laundry
  • General store
  • Restaurant
  • Playground
  • Trails
  • Dog parks
  • RV storage
Drawbacks
  • A bit pricey

10. Lo Lo Mai Spring Outdoor Resort

Lo Lo Mai Spring Outdoor Resort

Address: 11505 E Lolo Mai Rd, Cornville, AZ 86325
Phone: (877)-570-2267
Hours: 8:00 AM-5:00 PM
Website: Voyager RV Resort
Specs
Pricing: $59-85/daily
Total RV sites: approx. 60
Hookups: full (30 or 50, water, sewer)
Pool/Hot tub: unknown
Showers: Yes 
Pets Allowed: Yes 
Wi-Fi: unknown

Surrounded by sycamores and cottonwoods, this park is about ¾ mile away from Oak Creek and just minutes away from Sedona.

Voyager Resort and RV Park

What makes this park unique?

As unincorporated community, Cornville operates on its own set of rules when it comes to government mandates etc. so this community is very laid back and goes by the “live and let live” rule. Most sites have 30 Amp hookups, and the sites are surrounded by trees and nature, with a bubbling creek nearby.

Max motorhome length is 40 ft and max trailer length is 36 ft

What we like about it
  • Horseshoes
  • Clubhouse
  • Swings
  • Convenience store
  • Shuffleboard
  • Fishing
  • Free DVD library
Drawbacks
  • Bad/no phone reception
  • Pricey
  • Outdated
  • Hookups need to be laid out better

TIPS TO GET TO FLAGSTAFF,

When traveling to Flagstaff, there are two interstates that one can take: I-40 goes from West to East and the I-17 comes from the South when traveling to Flagstaff from the Phoenix area. The US-89 and US-180 that are connecting to Flagstaff when traveling from the North (and the US-89A from the South) are not the best choice for large RVs, but they can be used to access RV parks in the vicinity. It is important to know that traveling even with a travel trailer through downtown Flagstaff can be very challenging due to the narrow roads and short turning lanes, as well as heavy traffic and somewhat difficult road layout. It is advisable to use an RV GPS to get the best route to the campground of choice.

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