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J and H RV Park, Flagstaff
The J and H RV Park is located in the foothills above Flagstaff. Visitors to the RV Park will enjoy plenty of onsite amenities, including golf, fishing, wi-fi, a hot tub and more. J and H RV Park is located nearby some of Arizona's top sights, including the Grand Canyon, Sunset Crater Volcano National Monument, and even Montezuma Castle National Monument. Visitors can enjoy all of the history, recreation and beauty to be found in the region. J and H RV Park also has a convenient online reservation system, which visitors can use to secure their spot at this excellent park. Check availability.
Distant Drums RV Resort, Camp Verde
Located in Northern Arizona, in beautiful Camp Verde Valley, the Distant Drums RV Resort is an excellent destination to enjoy the state. This resort has a heated pool, a Jacuzzi, game room and more. The Montezuma Castle National Monument is nearby, as well as many other destinations. Visitors should be sure to take advantage of the easy online reservation system. Check availability.
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Grand Canyon National Park
One of the most amazing natural wonders you may ever see, the Grand Canyon is a true must-see canyon destination. The enormous canyon at its widest is 18 miles wide and at its deepest is a mile deep. During the summer months both the South and North Rim are open. The South Rim is busier, but the lodges and other sights along this side are worth the time to explore. The North Rim is much more rural, and offers some great backcountry options. The Desert View Drive is a great car tour option, the 26 miles of road travel between the Grand Canyon Village and the parks east entrance. You can enjoy hiking, Mule trips, scenic drives, and for those that planned well in advance rafting trips on the Colorado River through the inspiring vistas of the Grand Canyon.
Sunset Crater Volcano National Monument
This park protects the remnants of a series of volcanic eruptions that occurred sometime around 1000. Visitors to this park can enjoy the lava flows, the cinders and much more. In addition, you can enjoy seeing how the flora and fauna return to the landscape. Now, you can enjoy the flowers, wildlife and much more.
Canyon de Chelly National Monument
The Canyon de Chelly National Monument is one of Arizona's true gems.Visitors will discover a vast amount of information about the landscape that has been one of the longest continually inhabited in North America. The monument preserves rock art, artifacts, architecture and much more. Canyon de Chelly also has a living community of Navajo people.
Saguaro National Park
Saguaro National Park is dedicated to the preservation of the stunning Saguaro cactus. The amazing, towering cactus only grows in a select part of the world. Visitors to the Saguaro National Park will have the opportunity to see much more than just the Saguaro. There are guided programs and many opportunities for recreation within the park. Saguaro National Park is an especially good location for wilderness hiking.
Montezuma Castle National Monument
Montezuma Castle National Monument allows visitors to see and explore one of the best examples of cliff dwellings on the continent. There is a loop, that all visitors can enjoy, which passes around Montezuma's Castle and is a great self-guided tour. In addition, for those that want a longer program, the park rangers offer daily programs to learn about the amazing cliff dwelling