RV Parks in Flagstaff, AZ

RV Parks in Flagstaff, AZ
Flagstaff, Arizona is home to several RV parks that provide a place to come home to after spending the day exploring the mountains and canyons of the national forests, parks and monuments that surround the city. Inside the city limits, the 6.2-mile Oldham Trail meanders through a forested area populated by boulders created by ancient erupting volcanoes. The 23.6-mile Walnut Canyon bike trail runs along the north edge of Walnut Canyon, which is less than a half hour from Flagstaff. North of town is the Arizona Snowbowl, which offers 2,300 feet of vertical slope for skiers.

Kit Carson RV Park

Named after one of the most important figures in the early settlement of the far west, Kit Carson RV park is home to 260 spaces, although only 20 are full-hookup sites. There are also 20 pull-through spaces. Facilities include bathrooms, showers, laundry, library and RV storage. Just a couple of miles from Kit Carson RV Park is the Arizona Trail on the Walnut Canyon rim, a 13.6-mile path that offers relics of the Sinagua people who lived in the area 3,000 years ago. The less adventurous can opt for the paved nature trail near the visitor center.

Kit Carson RV Park
2101 Old Route 66
Flagstaff, AZ 86001
(928) 774-6993
kitcarsonrv.com

J&H RV Park

Maintained gravel roads lead visitors to 50 full-hookup sites (30/50 amp) inside J&H RV Park. This Flagstaff RV park has room for slide-outs and nearly half are pull-through sites. Facilities include bathrooms, showers, laundry, video rentals, library and an enclosed dog run. The 7.6-mile Elden Mountain Loop hiking trail is just a few minutes north of the RV park. The Rocky Ridge Trail draws visitors who are looking for an easy trail to hit when time is short.

J&H RV Park
7901 N. US 89
Flagstaff, AZ 86004
(928) 526-1829
flagstaffrvparks.com

Black Bart's RV Park

Black Bart's RV park is home to 174 pull-through sites of which 124 offer full hookup including 30/50 amp electricity. The RV park operation is an offshoot of the property's main business: a steakhouse, saloon and musical revue that is designed to take guests back to the Wild West days of this Arizona city. Adding to the historical feeling of Black Bart's is an antique mall that spans 6,000 square feet. A few miles away is the Red Mountain Trail and Doney Trail on the Coconino Plateau. These are both short hikes that with elevation changes below 200 feet that lead to volcanic badlands.

Black Bart's RV Park
2760 East Butler Avenue
Flagstaff, AZ 86004
(928) 774-1912
blackbartssteakhouse.com

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Article Written By Timothy Sexton

Timothy Sexton is an award-winning author who started writing in 1994. He has written on topics ranging from politics and golf to nutrition and travel, and his work appears online for Zappos.com, Disaboom and MOJO, among others. He has also done work for "Sherlock Holmes and Philosophy." He holds a Bachelor of Arts in English from the University of West Florida.

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