RV Parks

Flagstaff offers several RV parks and campgrounds, many of which are age-restricted to adults 55+, making these RV parks and campgrounds as much a resort living community as they are an overnight spot for a cross-country road tour. Whether you're looking to spend 2 nights or over 200 nights in one of these RV parks or campgrounds this year, be sure to ask if the campground fits your needs with regard to age restriction.

Black Bart's RV Park

2760 East Butler Ave (I-40 and Butler Avenue)
(928) 774-1912

174 pull-through RV spaces with full hook-ups

Open year-round


  • Pull through sites
  • Market and General Store
  • RV Supplies Available
  • Restroom Facilities and Showers
  • Laundry Room
  • Antique
  • Restaurant (adjacent building)
  • Modem Line Available
  • Credit Cards Accepted - Master Card, Visa, Discover

KOA Kampground - Flagstaff

5803 North Hwy-89 (US 89 and Smokerise Drive)
(928) 526-9926

Pull through RV spaces, Tent sties, Cabins (One-room Kabins)

Open year-round


  • Maximum Length Pull Through - 55 feet
  • 50 Amp Service Available
  • Cable TV (available with charge - The Value Kard Rewards Discount does not apply to the Cable TV charge)
  • Pavilion/Meeting Room Available
  • Free Wireless Internet Available
  • LP Gas (available with charge)
  • Business Center with internet, printing, mailing, and fax service (available with charge, internet usage free)
  • Kamp Kitchen for Breakfast (May - October) (available with charge)
  • Fully stocked store with groceries, souveniers, and RV supplies and the New "Going Green" selection of Organic foods, reusable items, and post consumer recyclable items.
  • Complimentary Morning Coffee
  • French Press Coffee Bar with Fresh Beans you grind! (available with charge)
  • Full on-site Recycling (glass, paper, plastic, batteries, propane cylinders, electronic equipment)

Woody Mountain Campground & RV Park

2727 West Route 66 (Exit 191 off I-40)Flagstaff, AZ 86001


Open year-round


  • Large, Tree-Shaded Sites in a natural setting
  • General Store
  • Sandwich Shoppe
  • Playground
  • Horseshoes
  • Bath Houses & Hot Showers
  • Laundry Rooms
  • Tent Sites
  • Large Pull-Thru's
  • Full Hookups 30 amp
  • Family Owned and Operated
  • Reservations Recommended
  • Pet Restrictions (max. 2 pets)
  • Monthly RV sites
  • RV storage
  • Wi-Fi (internet Cafe)
  • Book Exchange
  • No Wood burning or campfires
  • Charcoal briquette or gas grill/stove only

J & H RV Park

7901 North Hwy 89 (US 89 and 1 mile north of Camp Townsend Wynona Road)
(928) 526-1829

Senior-oriented; Children under 16 must be accompanied by an adult when outside the RV

50 RV spaces with full hook-ups

Open April 22 - October 15


  • Free Cable TV (all sites)
  • Free Wireless Internet (all sites)
  • Laundry
  • Showers
  • Gift Shop
  • 20/30/50 Amps
  • Picnic Tables
  • Clean Restrooms
  • TV/Library Room
  • 50 Full Hook-up Sites
  • No freeway, railroad or airport noise!
  • Free nightly video on the Big-Screen TV
  • Free Coffee at 7 a.m. Daily
  • Paper Back Book Swap
  • Free Local Phone Calls
  • Outdoor Group Fireplace
  • RV Supplies
  • Horseshoes
  • Car Rentals
  • Pickle Ball
  • Mini-Store
  • Hot Tub

Meteor Crater RV Park

Off I-40 at Exit 233 (35 miles east of Flagstaff)
(928) 289-4002

71 pull-through RV spaces with full hook-ups

Open year-round


  • Private individual restroom and shower facilities
  • Designated handicap accessible restroom/showers
  • Park-wide wireless Internet access
  • Recreation room
  • Laundry
  • Country store
  • Mobil gas station
  • Mexican restaurant

Munds Park RV Resort

17550 Munds Ranch Road (I-17 and exit 322, 14 miles south of Flagstaff)
(928) 286-1309

370 RV spaces (37 pull-through; 342 double-slide outs, 335 with full hook-ups)

Open April 1 - November 1

  • Easy On/Off from Freeway (I-17)
  • Heated Pool/Spa
  • Complete General Store
  • Two Laundromats
  • Picnic Tables
  • RV Supplies
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Cable TV
  • Telephone (Phase II & III)
  • 30/50 amp service
  • Borders the Coconino Natl. Forest
  • 6700 Foot Elevation
  • Tall Pines / 400+ Shade Trees
  • Game Room
  • Banquet Hall
  • Fitness Room
  • Deluxe Lounge with Big Screen TV, Fireplace & Deck
  • Playground
  • RV Storage Area
  • LP available
  • Planned Activities
  • Mountain Biking & Hiking Trails
  • Clean Restrooms
  • Hot Showers
  • Horseshoes
  • Dump Station

Mormon Lake Lodge RV Park and Campground

Main Street, Mormon Lake (Lake Mary Hwy 21 miles south of Flagstaff to Mormon Lake turnoff - 7 miles to Lodge)
(928) 354-2477

74 pull-through spaces with full hook-ups, Tent sites

Open year-round

  • Full hook-ups with electricity, sewer and water
  • Pull-through spaces
  • Restrooms with coin operated showers and laundry
  • All weather surface parking sites
  • Pets on leash are allowed
  • Some campsites have phone service seasonally
  • Gas Station, Country Store and On-site Post Office
  • Mormon Lake Steakhouse and Saloon
  • Kid's Activities
  • Playground nearby
  • Kid's Petting Zoo (seasonal)
  • Basketball, Horsehoes & Volleyball
  • Jungle Gym
  • Kid's Trout Pond

Camping in your RV or Motorhome

The following Coconino National Park camping areas permit RVs and motorhomes at these campgrounds. None of the campsites have utility hookups and greywater must be properly disposed of at a designated dump station.

  • Bonito - Motor homes and trailers under 42' are permitted
  • Canyon Vista - Motor homes and trailers under 22' permitted
  • Dairy Springs - Small motor homes up to 35' are permitted
  • Double Springs - Small motor homes up to 35' are permitted
  • Lake View - Small motor homes are permitted; RVs and trailers under 28 feet can be accommodated in some sites
  • Pinegrove - Trailers up to 33' and motor homes (up to 45') are permitted


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