Smith & Stone, during their RVing adventures, were surprised to find wonderful, little-known sites to see in Arizona. The question is, "Where can RVers stay near these attractions? This is how the RV Park Series got started. RV Arizona is like having two books in one. RV Arizona is a guidebook that reveals the hidden attractions of Arizona and it’s a directory of where to stay in your RV.
Authors Smith & Stone wanted to show off Arizona to the world! To write about the many hidden treasures found in each county! Gems like the delicious, refreshing homemade root beer at Mr. Ds Diner in Kingman, Arizona, off Route 66. Treasures like hiking around Lynx Lake in Prescott to catch a glimpse of the eagles during nesting season or riding the Camp Verde train through the untouched landscapes of valleys and mountains. How about the welcoming cool, refreshing night breeze that caresses your face while camping in the Flagstaff pines?
Don't have an RV, or have you ever wondered what it is like to stay in an RV? No problem, RV Arizona can guide travelers to RV parks that offer stationary RV rigs already set up for an actual glamping experience. RV Arizona provides helpful information about rig size limitations, electrical and sewer hookups, the availability of laundry services, Wi-Fi, games for the family, swimming pools, showers, etc., all here. And of course, contact phone numbers, addresses, and websites are included.