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See the best of Arizona with a Phoenix RV rental

Pick up an RV rental in Phoenix and start your Arizona adventure in the Valley of the Sun. Surrounded by mountains and desert landscapes, Phoenix offers myriad recreational and sightseeing opportunities. You can also kick back and enjoy a bit of resort luxury, sample authentic Southern-style and Mexican cuisine, and dabble in some golf and gaming. Beyond the urban delights, Arizona has much to offer the intrepid traveller, including the Grand Canyon National Park just a few hours away. Get a deal on Phoenix RV rental and GoSee it all.  

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RV Rental Phoenix AZ - Tips for the savvy traveller 

Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport is the main commercial airport to serve the region and is just 3.7 miles from Downtown. Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport is a smaller airport about 35 miles outside of town and offers limited flights. RV rental depots are dotted around the city. Check the pick up terms on the individual listings when comparing RV offers, and ensure your travel plans match up to their business hours. Always confirm your plans directly with the depot and keep them informed of any delays.  

Trusted suppliers of RV Rentals in Phoenix AZ

Here are some of the big company names in American rentals where you can rent the perfect RV for your Phoenix AZ trip.

Cruise America

Located at 11 West Hampton Ave, Mesa, the Cruise America RV rental depot is only a 20-minute shuttle/taxi ride away from Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport. Their experienced team will give you more information about the local area and what Phoenix has to offer.

Escape RV Rentals

Escape RV Rentals is a family-owned business based out of the Northwest Valley. Located at 1626 E Jefferson St, it was opened in 2018 originally renting boats and UTV's, but eventually decided to offer RV rental AZ. Their RVs/travel trailers with enough RV storage have a 2 day minimum on rentals.

Expedition Motorhomes

Depots all over America are indicative of how trusted the Expedition Motorhomes brand is. Catering to both local and international customers, the company prides itself on a professional service and an outstanding fleet of vehicles. They carry a wide variety of the latest and greatest motor homes and travel trailers.

A road leading into mountains in the desert.

Some planning tips for RV Rentals Phoenix

  • Phoenix is a desert territory, known for its hot and dry weather and a lack of shade. Ensure you always have extra water on hand, particularly in remote areas. The skies are clear 59% of the time. Make sure to bring water and sunscreen and have an air-conditioning unit that works when travelling in your RV between February and September, as this is the hottest time in Phoenix.

  • RV campgrounds in Phoenix are open year-round, thanks to the mild winters. Most individual campsites have a barbecue grill, fire rig, and picnic table. You can enjoy Covered Wagon RV Park, which is very close to the city center yet not far away from natural attractions such as Phoenix Mountain Preserve and Camelback Mountain. The North Phoenix RV Parks and Campground is modern and well-liked by both vacationers and extended-stay RV owners/travellers alike. 

  • Phoenix is near several National and State Parks and nature preserves where public camping is permitted. Lost Dutchman State Park should be included on your list as it also provides some prime hiking opportunities. Dead Horse Ranch State Park, less than two hours north of Phoenix, has 127 campsites for RVs and tents. Tonto National Forest has over 30 sites, most with no electricity or water hook-ups, however, there are coin-operated showers and toilets in some areas.

  • If you’re under 55 or you are travelling with your pets or kids, finding a camping ground in Phoenix can be a chore. A great and popular option would be Desert’s Edge, offering campers with clean and well-kept facilities. Also known also as the Purple Park, Desert’s Edge is located only minutes away from downtown Phoenix and accommodates short- or long-term stays. Ask for a site away from the highway.  

  • Be sure to pack a first-aid kit. You'll never know when minor accidents can happen during your Phoenix RV trips.

  • Over the years, Phoenix has grown and swallowed smaller neighbouring cities in its path, merging with Old Town Scottsdale, Glendale, Peoria, Tempe, Mesa, Chandler, Gilbert, and Cave Creek – this formed the Greater Metropolitan Phoenix area. Looks like it's a big city with great outdoors to explore in your rental RVs.

  • Phoenix is known as a retirement spot, which can explain the 55+ limit on many of the camping grounds and RV parks. Phoenicians are one of two kinds of locals – natives or non-natives. Natives tend to be optimistic, relaxed, and very open. The rest come in so many shapes and sizes, so be sure you know how to properly deal with them.

  • Want to discover more of the USA? One way rentals to other cities are possible. Pick up your vehicle in Phoenix, Arizona and continue your RV rental tour in Los Angeles, Denver, or Las Vegas. The choice is yours!

Phoenix township with hills in the background.

Stay local and see what Phoenix has to offer

Phoenix is centrally located in Arizona and sits on the banks of the Salt River. This sprawling state capital is known for abundant annual sunshine, fabulous resorts and vibrant nightlife.  

Desert Botanical Garden

This will wow you with an extensive range of cacti and desert plants. Sitting in a 50-acre land, this almost alien garden is home to 139 rare and endangered plant species.  

McDowell Mountains

Head 20 miles northeast to stretch your legs in this beautiful regional park. The Sunrise Trail is 4.4 miles long, rises to 1300ft and is very popular.  

Phoenix Zoo

Pick up an RV rental in Phoenix and head to the largest privately owned, non-profit zoo in the country. Get inspired by gorgeous animals and fantastic conservation efforts as you explore the renowned Phoenix Zoo.

Hit the links

In Old Town Scottsdale and Phoenix AZ, golfers have over 300 courses to choose from. Catering to all levels, there’s a tee-off for everyone in Arizona. 

Phoenix Art Museum

Located at 1625 North Central Ave., Phoenix Art Museum is the largest art museum in the southwestern United States. It offers access to visual arts and educational programs in Arizona. Book your campervan hire and discover Phoenix by visiting this museum.

Heading further afield in your RV rental Phoenix, AZ

Phoenix gives you easy access to spectacular sights and incredible displays of nature, including some of the most well-known landforms in the USA. Don’t miss the following on your Arizona RV rental tour.   

Grand Canyon

The grand canyon. Wake up to the incredible sight of sunrise over the gorge and be mesmerized by the beauty of the Grand Canyon, one of the world’s natural wonders. Park your campervan up and stay over at one of the RV campgrounds in this national park, carved over many years alongside the Colorado River.

Petrified Forest

This unique stop on your Phoenix RV rental tour will introduce you to spectacular geologic wonders and jaw-dropping views. Two visitor centers—the Painted Desert Visitor Centre and the Rainbow Forest Museum—offer educational exhibits and refreshments.  

Meteor Crater

Don’t miss this chance to marvel at the world’s best-preserved meteor impact site. An asteroid crashed into what is now central Arizona 50,000 years ago, creating this magnificent spectacle. 

Kartchner Caverns State Park

Go underground to explore this 2.5-mile cave system at the eastern base of the Whetstone Mountains. Don’t miss the “Throne Room” and the “Big Room” at this phenomenal state park.  

Joshua Tree National Park

3.5 hours west from Phoenix will bring you to this famously vast protected area in California. Hike through rugged rock formations and stark desert landscapes in this breathtaking region that straddles the Colorado and Mojave Deserts. 

Lake Pleasant Regional Park

Lake Pleasant Regional Park is a large outdoor recreation area straddling the Maricopa and Yavapai county in the northern part of the city. This park provides an oasis-style escape amid the dry, dusty, warm-weather region. Boating, fishing, and scuba diving are popular activities here.

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RV rentals Phoenix: Frequently asked questions

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How much does it cost to rent an RV in Phoenix Arizona? 

The average RV rentals in Phoenix fluctuate based on the season and availability. Your best bet is to compare current prices using the search function on this page. See rates and deals from multiple brands and compare inclusions. Do note that luxury RV rentals in Phoenix will cost significantly more than budget rentals. Longer term rentals, like weekly or monthly, offer better value than short term rentals. 

What is the most popular size RV to rent? 

Travellers choose RV size based on the number of people in their group. A general rule of thumb is to go one berth size larger than the number of people in your group to allow a little extra breathing space. 

What’s included in the RV rental? 

Phoenix RV rentals usually include standard sleeping and cooking facilities. However, other inclusions vary, so it is best to look carefully at the terms of each listing to understand your entitlements before booking.

Typically, Phoenix RV rentals do not include unlimited miles. If not, you will be able to view what is included in the base rate and the cost of the extra miles.

What are some popular services for RV rental? 

Some popular services for AZ Phoenix RV rental are roadside assistance, one-way rental, etc. Always check the listing to understand your rental inclusions, and if you are not sure, call us for assistance. 

Do RV rentals offer delivery?

Do you want your RV delivered to you? Many camper rental Phoenix suppliers offer delivery and setup services, usually for an extra fee or within a certain distance of their location. Each listing shows whether or not campervan/travel trailer delivery is an option.

Are RV rentals pet-friendly?

If you want to bring your furbabies during your rental RV trip, there are a lot of companies that offer RV rental in Phoenix that allow pets. However, you still have to double-check the listing. Be sure to see if there is an extra fee for pets before booking your motorhome rentals.

Is a one-way campervan rental possible?

Yes, one-way campervan hire is allowed by many suppliers. However, it may cost a little bit more than a return rental.  Check out our website and see available pick up and drop off points suited to your Arizona state motorhome adventure.

What do I need to bring when I collect the campervan?

If you are going to pick up your RV rental in Phoenix, you should bring the following: driving licences from all drivers, credit card, passport or I.D., and booking reference.

Is there a minimum rental period?

The minimum campervan hire length in Arizona state varies per brand and is subject to change. Be sure to double-check the terms and conditions before booking your Phoenix motorhome rental.

How old do you have to be to hire a campervan?

Generally, 25 is the minimum driver age for hiring a camper or motorhome in the United States, Drivers who are aged between 21 and 24 will often need to pay extra insurance-related charges, so check with your rental supplier to find out more.