Situated in Coconino County in the north-central part of the state, Flagstaff is one of Arizona's most visited cities due to its prime location near the Colorado Plateau and the San Francisco Peaks. The highest point in the state, Humphreys Peak, is just 10 miles away, and Mount Elden is right nearby as well, along with a ponderosa pine forest and several great natural areas to explore and enjoy.


1.Flagstaff RV Parks

Flagstaff RV Parks
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This means that Flagstaff is a super spot for nature lovers and outdoor enthusiasts, with activities like hiking, camping, climbing, and mountain biking very popular in this area, which is also only 75 miles away from the Grand Canyon National Park. Some of the local attractions you might like to check out on your next trip to Flagstaff include the Sunset Crater Volcano National Monument, Wupatki National Monument, Oak Creek Canyon, and Walnut Canyon National Monument.

The city itself is home to around 70,000 people and is a common stop for RV tours and road trips along Route 66, as well as being home to lots of museums, observatories, scientific institutions, and Northern Arizona University. If you're visiting Flagstaff in an RV, you can take your pick from the many great RV parks in and around the city. Read on for in-depth overviews and contact details for the top RV parks in Flagstaff.

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2.Black Barts RV Park

Black Barts RV Park
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One of the best rated RV parks in the Flagstaff area, Black Barts RV Park is in a great location and really stands out for its excellent RV site rates and facilities. Daily rates start at just $40 at this Flagstaff RV park, making it a great option for people on a budget, and if you're looking for a long-term stay, you can set up at Black Barts for a month for just $575. Discounts are also available to members of the military and AAA, as well as seniors and students.

There are nearly 200 individual spaces available at this RV park with standard facilities including water and power. The site is also home to its own general store selling all the supplies and provisions you need to enjoy a great stay. Not only that, but Black Barts RV Park is also right by the Black Barts Steakhouse, Saloon, and Musical Revue. Operating in the area for more than three decades now, this steakhouse is a super spot to enjoy a great meal and a lively atmosphere.

2760 E Butler Ave, Flagstaff, AZ 86004, Phone: 928-774-1912

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3.Woody Mountain Campground

Woody Mountain Campground
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If you're heading out to Flagstaff to do some wilderness exploration and classic camping activities like hiking and biking, the Woody Mountain Campground is a great place to pull up in your RV. Featuring very affordable rates and convenient access to both downtown Flagstaff and lots of local nature trails and hiking routes, this RV park offers something to please every single guest.

The maximum AMP at this RV park is 30, so it won't suit every model of RV, but there are pull-through, partial hook-up, and full hook-up sites, as well as tent sites. The RV park also offers high speed internet access to all guests, as well as a dump station, water station, laundry area, bathhouse with toilets and showers, and a charming general store selling everything from a cup of morning coffee to tasty snacks for your hiking expeditions.

2727 W Rte 66, Flagstaff, AZ 86001, Phone: 928-774-7727

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4.Flagstaff KOA

Flagstaff KOA
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Kampgrounds of America is one of the biggest and best names in the business when it comes to camping and RV parks, and there's an excellent KOA location right in Flagstaff. The Flagstaff KOA campground and RV park is nicely located right off US-89 and is open all year long. Featuring big rig-friendly sites, as well as cabins, teepees, and tent sites, this RV park has everything you need to have a great time.

High speed Wi-Fi is provided all around the park, and you can get cable TV in your RV as well to go along with the standard services of water and power. All kinds of fun activities are organized at this RV park and campground on a regular basis include barrel train rides for youngsters, family game nights, movie nights, and more. The park is only a short drive away from the nearby Flagstaff Aquaplex water park and features some super amenities like a communal kitchen, grocery store, bike rentals, laundry facilities, restrooms, and more.

5803 North, US-89, Flagstaff, AZ 86004, Phone: 928-526-9926

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5.J & H RV Park

J & H RV Park
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One of the most popular RV parks in the Flagstaff area, J & H RV Park really stands out above the competition for the cleanliness of its facilities, the beauty of its location, and the excellent customer service provided by its professional and friendly staff. Located on US-89, this RV park is a lovely location for both short- and long-term stays. It's an age restricted RV park and is also non-smoking in order to provide a quiet, clean, calm environment for all guests.

If you're looking for a relaxing place to spend some time with a cozy atmosphere and warm welcome guaranteed, J & H RV Park is a great choice. All sites are fitted out with wireless internet, and there's a long list of amenities at this RV park including showers, laundry facilities, picnic tables, restrooms, a gift shop, a TV area, a reading library, a book swap program, an outdoor fireplace area, horseshoes, RV supplies, and a mini-mart for all your essentials.

7901 US-89, Flagstaff, AZ 86004, Phone: 928-526-1829

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4 Best Flagstaff RV Parks