The southwest is a beautiful country. It is known for the red rock landscapes, rugged mountain ranges, arid deserts and natural wonders such as the grand canyon. This region has some amazing animals that have adapted to the climate of hot dry, which dominates most of the region. It is an area where snowbirds like to fly. And, a great place to take an RV. The natural beauty of this area is simply breathtaking. So, let’s take a look at some of the best RV Camping destinations in the Southwest, in no particular order.
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- Princess Campground
- The Springs at Borrego RV Resort
- Wahweap Campground & RV Park
- American RV Resort
- Brazos Valley RV Park
- Boulder Beach Campground (Lake Mead National Recreation Area)
- Carson National Forest Columbine Campground, Questa, NM
- Angel Fire RV Resort
- Trailer Village RV Park
- Twin Fountain RV Resort
If cell phone service is a must, the Princess campground might not to for you. It is close to Kings Canyon, Hume Lake, Crystal Cave and Boyden Caverns to name a few. It has restrooms and sinks for brushing your teeth and washing your hair. They are approx. $30/night, give or take and do charge for their dumping stations. It is situated by Sequoia national forest. It has three campground loops and is located near Indian basin Meadow and Creek. There are Campfire chats and guided hikes most weekends. Just a beautiful area indeed.
The Springs at Borrego RV Resort
~Borrego Springs, CA
This resort has a 5-star review all over the internet. And, for good reason. The amenity list is long for this one, but the price reflects it’s amenities as well. This resort will run at approx. $100 a night with full hook up. The lots are large and spacious with pull through as an option. They have multiple clean and nice personal shower rooms. These rooms are all to yourself. A nice pool and some small hot springs as well. And so much more.
Wahweap Campground & RV Park
This campground is located inside the Glen Canyon National Recreation Center, so you will have to pay the fee to get in. The national parks pass is $30. The camping fee is approx. $50 a night. This campground is located right next to Lake Powell. It is a very spacious campsites for RV’s and tenters. And, the facilities are reported as some of the cleanest campers have seen.
American RV Resort
If you haven’t seen Albuquerque, this is a great way to do it. American RV Resort has nice cell phone access and a town full of great adventures. They have great wifi, so this is a great RV park for those that need to work while gone. Getting the best of both worlds. They have a $50/night fee and offer spacious lots with continental breakfast. And, the staff is over the top helpful.
Brazos Valley RV Park
Located in Texas and affordable at $50/day for two cars. Offers Wifi and Cell phone service, so another great option for those that have to take their work with them. It has nice concrete pads and grassy areas and is very new and remodeled. It is located off the beaten path, so having that second car would come in handy. Nice pool and fire pits to keep the kids entertained and busy. There are not a lot of tourist attractions around this campground, making it more of a quiet style of camping.
Boulder Beach Campground (Lake Mead National Recreation Area)
~Boulder City NV
This campground is located inside the National Recreation Area in Boulder City. This park will run you approx. $20 a night but there are no water or electrical hookups. There are bathrooms but no showers. The grounds are kept quite clean and the view of Lake Mead is amazing. They have done some recent upgrades.
Carson National Forest Columbine Campground, Questa, NM
This is a nice campground for those that don’t mind not having a full hook up. They charge only $18 to camp and offer toilet facilities but no showers. It is a great place to hike and fish. Or just to be one with nature. This is right around the corner of Red River. And, some nice shade with some streams through parts of the campground.
Angel Fire RV Resort
~Angel Fire, NM
As a small ski town, Angel Fire, NM is on some people’s destination list. This beautiful RV resort is in a gated community, it has an office, small store, laundry and more. This RV park will run you around $90/night but has so many amenities. There are pickleball courses, activities planned, horseshoes and more. This is truly a resort-style feel to it.
Trailer Village RV Park
~Grand Canyon National Park South Rim, AZ
This is a beautiful year around the park that offers full hook up for your RV. They have many pull-through sites as well. And, the site will run you about $51/ night but they have packages for the cannon as well. See breathtaking views of the cannon for the South Rim.
Twin Fountain RV Resort
~Oklahoma City, OK
Here you have a premier RV park that offers so many amenities that you can find something to do within the park without leaving. However, if you want to explore the local area, that is entirely possible as well. There are many things to do in Oklahoma City and the price is only $60/ night at this park. this place offers cell phone reception, Wi-fi, and full hookups to name a few.