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Phoenix RV Rentals

Are you planning to go on a road trip through Phoenix? VroomVroomVroom can help you find the perfect RV rental. We compare motorhome rental deals from major brands so you can secure a vehicle that best suits your budget and needs. Whether you need a spacious RV or a small camper, you can easily find it in our list. Do you prefer a smaller vehicle that can still fit the whole gang like an SUV or van? Start comparing rental cars in Phoenix now.

Location Overview

Phoenix is the capital of Arizona and welcomes year-round sunny skies and warm weather.Whether the palm trees lining the throughway are domestic or imported, Phoenix delivers heart-pounding entertainment to the journey-conscious movers and shakers. Hearty mountains, robust deserts, and lofty hillsides make Phoenix one of the greatest destinations. It is a memorable experience for the sixth largest city in the nation. Hop in an RV rental and see the city from the Heard Museum, the Phoenix Zoo, the Arizona Science Center or climb Camelback Mountain.

Is it your first time to rent an RV in the United States? Take time to read our rental information page for some important details.

Some of our favorite things to do year-round in Phoenix are:

Summer (June, July, August): Escape the desert sun and venture to Phoenix’s famed Desert Botanical Garden by night during their flashlight tours. For the sports buff, it is a summer of sport where you can catch the Arizona Diamondbacks (baseball), Phoenix Rising FC (football/soccer) or Phoenix Mercury (basketball) in action. Take your adventuring water-level and kayak across Saguaro Lake.

Fall (September, October, November): Enjoy the Arizona State Fair and if you dare the 150-foot Ferris wheel or eat your weight in tacos at the annual Arizona Taco Festival (October). If you’re sartorially-minded Phoenix Fashion Week sashays into town in October before the NASCARs speed into town in November.

Winter (December, January, February): The temperatures might stay above freezing but that doesn’t mean you miss out on ice skating. Take a lap or two around a real ice rink in Downtown Phoenix under the lights of the Christmas tree or stroll 16-blocks of Historic Downtown Glendale illuminated by 1.6 million lights. Of course, if you’re looking for a unique experience saddle up for the Scottsdale Arabian Horse Show (February) or Arizona Renaissance Festival (February and March).

Spring (March, April, May): From Pride to film and food festivals - there’s plenty to see and do in Spring. There’s music festivals like M3F Fest and Innings Festival, and when you’ve finished hearing your favourite tunes, the sun is shining for you to dive into a nearby swimming pool. Of course, a visit to Phoenix in the spring wouldn’t be complete without a stop to the Sonoran Desert to see the wildflowers and cacti in full bloom.

Year-Round: Hike, bike or kayak the Sonoran Desert and for the perfect ‘insta-photo’ hike Camelback mountain for a 1,200 feet elevated view over the city. Visit the Desert Botanical Garden and its 50-acres of arid plants. Architecture fans won’t want to miss a tour of Taliesin West, the winter home of Frank Lloyd Wright. For family-friendly fun, plan a day at the Phoenix Zoo, Art Museum or a wander down Roosevelt Row for its interactive art displays.

Recommended RV Parks and Campgrounds in Phoenix

Desert's Edge RV is a 23-minute drive from downtown Phoenix and offers personal site escorts, motorhome rental supplies, storage, showers, and laundry facilities on the park grounds. Pull-throughs are on-site and are ready for planned or unplanned visits. They provide extended stays or monthly and seasonal adventures. Stay at the Purple Park overnight and choose from sites queued by size and location. Economy sites are fitted for smaller rigs or a single vehicle. Premium and Premium Deluxe sites can accommodate big rigs and two vehicles easily. Water, sewer, and electricity are available along with Wi-Fi. Friendly pets are also welcome at this campervan rental park off Interstate Highway-17 at 2398 W. Williams Drive.

Phoenix Metro RV Park welcomes travelers with an age of 55 and up. Located at 22701 N Black Canyon Highway, the park provides billiards and shuffleboard tournaments, water exercise, and potlucks. Stay with a motorhome rental and take a group outing to the casinos, enjoy a social hour on the grounds, or sign up for Bingo or Slingo. The park features 310 sites with full hookups, a swimming pool, blood pressure check availability, and a spa: a "Home away from home" destination.

The Hospitality RV Park provides on-site service and ample motorhome rental entertainment. The park is a mainstay of horse lovers and spirits with a love for the outdoors. Stables for horses are on the park grounds but are separate from the hookup areas for safety and relaxation. ATVs are welcome and exploration of the Hassayampa River and outdoor terrain are available to all. Pull-throughs are available but limited. The RV rental park provides up to 100 horse stalls: horse pens are 12 x 24 or 16 x 16. Revel in the freedom to roam the Southwest at 51802 U.S. Highway 60 89 in Wickenburg, Arizona.

Featured Attractions in Phoenix

The Heard Museum entertains with six to eight new exhibitions each year. Celebrating a vast collection of art from American Indians and regional creativity, the Phoenix, AZ museum presents 10 original gallery exhibits. A second Heard Museum in North Scottsdale presents two additional galleries: one gallery featuring new exhibitions twice a year. Uncover the history of American Indian artistry and the artwork that reflects the heart of diverse cultures.

Desert Botanical Garden is the quintessential desert experience for travellers. With more than 140 acres and 50,000 plant displays this is the destination to explore and learn about the beauty of the desert. Whether you are joining one of their many events or workshops, or just simply visiting to roam the grounds, there is plenty to explore. The Garden is easy to access located in Papago Park just a 16-minute drive from Downtown.

Mint Restaurant & Ultra Lounge at 7373 E. Camelback Road caters to a hip crowd with half restaurant/half uber-lounge extravagance. "The Mint" was named after its predecessor--a bank. The lounge restaurant stretches across a 7,000-foot interior and has ground space of Hollywood-Regency architectural design. Its signature feature is the bank's vault door, which remains part of the lounge decor. Explore the sounds thrumming to beats of pop and house music. Make friends and experience pan-Asian delicacies, booth seating, fireplaces, a 30-foot bar, and a champagne bar in the co-ed bathroom.

FAQs About Renting an RV in Phoenix

How old do you have to be to rent an RV in Phoenix?

You must be 25 years old or over to rent an RV in Phoenix. However, some providers may rent to those drivers that are 21 and over. Find more information here.

What if I am late in returning the vehicle in Phoenix?

Returning your RV than your scheduled time will incur a late fee. If you know that you’ll be running late, make sure to inform your RV provider.

Where are the best places to camp near Phoenix?

There are plenty of places to camp or stay with your RV near Phoenix including Deserts Edge RV Park, Desert Shadows RV Resort and Covered Wagon RV Park.