Stretching across both Coconino and Yavapai counties in the central part of Arizona, Sedona is one of the most visited cities in the state due to its many unique rock formations. Named after Sedona Arabella Miller Schnebly, wife of Sedona's first postmaster, this city was founded back in 1902 and is home to a little over 10,000 people. It stretches out to cover a little more than 19 square miles of land and is a popular place for all kinds of outdoor recreation.


1.Sedona RV Parks

Sedona RV Parks
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Sedona is a quiet, sleepy town with a lot of unique attractions like the Chapel of the Holy Cross and nearby Red Rock State Park. The city itself is filled with shops, spas, and a thriving art district, offering a lot of different opportunities for all visitors. Whether you're roaming the city streets or hiking along the local trails, Sedona is a great place to visit and there are lots of highly rated RV parks and campgrounds all around the city. Read on to learn more details about the best RV parks in Sedona.

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2.Rancho Sedona RV Park

Rancho Sedona RV Park
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Located right in the heart of Sedona, Rancho Sedona RV Park is arguably the best option for RV trips into this little Arizona city. It's in a perfect spot, minutes away from all of the main attractions and points of interest that have made the city such a popular spot, and sits on the banks of the beautiful Oak Creek. Surrounded by trees, unique rock formations, and wonderful wildlife, this Sedona RV park has so much to offer and has enjoyed rave reviews from past guests.

Only a short distance from local rock formations like Airport Mesa and Snoopy Rock, this RV park is perfect for people who want to get out and stay active on the hiking, biking, and climbing trails of the local area. There are more than 80 RV sites at this park, some of which offer views over Oak Creek. On-site amenities include adults-only areas, mail boxes, ice machines, fire pits, BBQs, tetherball, volleyball, horseshore pits, a pet run, restrooms, showers, and laundry facilities.

135 Bear Wallow Ln, Sedona, AZ 86336, Phone: 928-282-7255

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3.Oak Creek Mobilodge

Oak Creek Mobilodge
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Just beside the running waters of Oak Creek, the Oak Creek Mobilodge and RV Park is conveniently located in the southern part of Sedona, just off AZ-179. Nightly rates at this RV park start as low as $55, making it one of the best value offerings in the local area, and the whole park is surrounded by gorgeous Sycamore and Cottonwood trees, perfect for shady picnics and soothing sessions of birdwatching. Some of Sedona's best eateries and shops are only a short journey away, and the RV park is fully served by a local shuttle bus that can take you to various attractions, golf courses, and other points of interest all around Sedona.

If you prefer to stay on foot, plenty of good hiking and biking trails are found just outside the RV park, and there are lots of good fishing spots to be found along the creek as well. This RV park features pull-thru RV sites that can cater to RVs up to 36 feet in length. It's a pet friendly site, as long as you keep all dogs on leashes, and offers 20, 30, and 50 amp power at each of its RV spaces. This is a simple RV park in a natural location, so the owners didn't spoil it with lots of unnecessary amenities and features like swimming pools and spas. You'll find only the basics here like laundry machines and restrooms, but that's all you really need, with the beauty of nature surrounding the park on all sides and offering countless recreation opportunities for guests of all ages.

1156 AZ-179, Sedona, AZ 86336, Phone: 928-282-7701

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4.Chavez Crossing Group Campground

Chavez Crossing Group Campground
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Located out to the west of Sedona, Chavez Crossing Group Campground is another interesting option for RV travelers in this area. It's important to note, however, that Chavez Crossing Group Campground only caters to relatively small RVs. Due to the nature of the terrain in this area, big rigs won't be able to park here, but if you only have a small to mid-sized RV, you can definitely find a spot at Chavez Crossing Group Campground. Surrounded by luxury residences and golf courses, along with stunning mountain and forest views, this campground and RV park is a simple location without any fancy amenities or features.

Chavez Crossing Group Campground is a place to relax and feel at one with nature, far from the bright lights and loud noises of city life. There are so many good hiking and biking trails in the area, as well as some super swimming and fishing holes just waiting to be discovered, so you'll always have something fun to do and magical memories to make with your fellow travelers. The RV sites and tent sites at this RV park are surrounded by Sycamores and Cypress trees, and the park itself is home to simple amenities and facilities like toilets, drinking water fountains, and lovely picnic tables where you can sit and watch the changing colors of the sky as the sun rises and sets each day.

Oak Creek Cliff Dr, Sedona, AZ 86336, Phone: 877-444-6777

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3 Best Sedona RV Parks