Recommended RV parks and campgrounds near PhoenixDesert's Edge RV
, "The Purple Park," offers personal site escorts, motorhome rental supplies, storage, showers, and laundry facilities on the park grounds. True to its name, Desert's Edge RV presents purple tinted features throughout the park. 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 PhoenixThe 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.
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.