Campgrounds and RV Parks Around Flagstaff, Arizona
As we head into the fall season there is still much camping and RV traveling to do in northern Arizona. The daytime temperatures are still warm but the evenings are cooling down a bit. Around Flagstaff, there are many locations to sleep on the ground in a camp site or in the comfort of your RV. Please practice the ethics of Leave No Trace. If you take it in.. take it out. Be sure you are equipped to handle the expected weather conditions. Do not leave yourself short of food and water and warm clothes for overnights. You must check the fire conditions for the area you are entering.
There is a good selection of Flagstaff RV parks and in the surrounding areas. Most offer many conveniences to make your stay pleasant. Each has it’s own policies to follow so be sure you check those before you hook up.
Kaibab Camper Village-RV Park and Campground by Grand Canyon North Rim
Kaibab Camper Village, located in the tall pines, is the closest RV park with full hook-ups to the North Rim of Grand Canyon National Park. It is one mile southwest of Jacob Lake Inn on Forest Road 461. It has RV and tent sites, one cabin style motel room, hot showers, toilets, laundry facilities, picnic tables, fire rings, cooking grills, gift shop, country store and courtesy modem. Nearby is horseback riding, hiking trails, and a restored historic ranger cabin. Reservations recommended. 928-643-7804
At 6900 feet, this campground is 18 miles northeast of Flagstaff off Hwy 89 very close to Wupatki National Monument and Sunset Crater. This campground is near past volcanic activity and stone age dwellings of a civilization past. You will take FR 545 off Hwy 89 to a facility that has 44 single sites. There are tables, fire rings and cooking grills, drinking water, toilets but no utility hookups. There are fees involved at $15.00 per night. It closes on October 15th. Get more information at 928-526-0866.
Camping/Lockett Meadow Campground
Located amongst aspen groves, Lockett Meadow shows off the east side of the San Francisco Peaks at their best. Animal live and vegetation abound. At 8600 feet, the head of the Inner Basin Trail begins here as well. Head northeast out of Flagstaff on Hwy 89 to
J and H RV Park
Out in northeast Flagstaff on HWY 89, this RV park provides you with a complete list of amenities to make your stay very comfortable. Wireless internet, laundry, showers, clean restrooms, free coffee in the morning, RV supplies, a mini-store, exercise room and other features. In the past the park has earned the “National RV Park of The Year” award.
Mormon Lake Lodge RV Park & Campground
This facility combines both accommodations for you. There are full hook up with water, sewer and electricity, showers, restrooms, laundry, gas station, nearby Steakhouse and Saloon, country store and a post office. Mormon Lake Lodge is about 45 minutes southeast of Flagstaff. Then there are dry tent sites, camping areas and RV/Tent site combo areas.
Black Barts RV Park
Here is large facility that is just off I-40 in Flagstaff. Plenty of amenities including pull through sites, General Store and Market, RV Supplies, showers and restrooms, laundry, a fun restaurant, antique store and more.
Kit Carson RV Park
This RV park resides in the pines in west Flagstaff on old Route 66. It’s a large park with plenty of spaces. From this location you are close to many scenic attractions.
Another combo location, camping or RV sites available. Pull through sites are here, cable, utilities, wireless internet, LP gas, snack bar, pet friendly, laundry, extend patio sites and the usual KOA amenties. This KOA is in northeast Flagstaff on north Hwy 89
Just east of Flagstaff on I-40 in the high prairie is the location for this facility. This RV park has pull through spaces, restrooms and showers, a recreation room, gas station, country store, Subway sandwich shop and more.