Surrounded by miles of towering rust-colored mountains, Sedona is an ultimate RV camping destination. In addition to its incredible red rock formations, the region is also intersected by rivers, creeks, and lush canyons. A visit to Sedona doesn’t simply stop at Red Rock State Park— although that is the star attraction. Its proximity to the Coconino National Forest means you can camp beneath the stars one night and in forest wilderness the next.
Although the nature surrounding Sedona is stellar, there’s more to do in the city. Sedona itself is a rich meld of South-Western and Mexican cultures. From its Latin architecture and cuisine to its fine wine and dining, Sedona is a one stop shop for culture and entertainment.
Plus, you may have heard of the spas— who says desert living has to be rugged?
To experience all that the city has to offer, RVnGO has lined up 10 amazing and affordable RV rentals near Sedona, Arizona.
Top 10 RV Rentals Near Sedona
The 2018 Thor Four Winds is built with sleeping arrangements in mind. The Class C RV can sleep up to eight people in its bunks, sleeper sofa, and private queen bed. The master bedroom offers plenty of storage space with a small flatscreen to boot. The kitchen is small but well appointed.
Outside, there is an awning and outdoor tv for entertaining convenience. The Four Winds is equipped with slideouts for additional space.
You can offroad in luxury with all of the perks that the 2016 Forest River FR3 has to offer! Eight people can sleep comfortably in the 34 ft Class C in a king bed and numerous bunks. The RV features a 5500w generator, plus two 18,000 BTU air conditioners located in the front and rear to keep cool in the Arizona heat. The FR3 is a perfect RV for boondocking or camping at places without full electric hookups.
The 2016 model also features an outdoor shower, plus four tvs for ultimate entertainment on the road
The mighty 2018 Nexus Maybach clocks in at 38 ft to deliver a spacious camping retreat on wheels. The living area is open and airy, with a sleeper sofa across from the kitchen beside a small dinette. Two bunks with privacy curtains separate the living area from the master bedroom in the back. There, you’ll find a king bed with its own private bathroom, in addition to the small powder room in the middle of the RV.
Outside of the Maybach, dual awnings stretch out to offer maximum shade from the Arizona sun.
Perfect for small families or couples on the road, the 2020 Coachmen 260DS is compact at 28 ft without sacrificing design. The Class C RV sleeps 5-6 people comfortably and features a large wraparound dining booth to seat everyone. Coachmen’s 2020 model offers an outdoor shower, two tvs, and a generator for boondocking opportunities!
If you’re looking to travel with dirt bikes or motorcycles, we highly recommend the 2019 Genesis Supreme 19SS. The toy hauler offers a good sized garage space for small vehicles, plus a living area for six people. The layout features a convertible dinette, small kitchen and bathroom, one queen bed, and one double.
Forest River’s 2017 Cherokee Gray Wolf model is designed to impress. The brightly lit travel trailer has a sleek modern decor that can sleep up to 10 people. A large dinette can seat a big group of people, with a full size refrigerator adjacent for stocking up on food supplies. The trailer has two entrances, including one from the main bathroom for convenience.
Outside of the RV is an outdoor shower and large awning lined with LED lights, plus an outdoor stove top!
If you’re looking to entertain during your trip, the 2020 Jayco White Hawk has your back. The open concept living and dining area offers two couches, plus a large kitchen with an island and double sink for all your hosting needs! A large flatscreen and electric fireplace are perfect to curl up next to with the family on Sedona nights.
The trailer comes with sway bars for easy towing, plus two propane tanks for your trip. A 9500w generator is available for an additional fee.
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Ideal for couples or lone rangers, the Outback model is darling and easy to tow. The 13 ft trailer fits a queen size bed, air conditioner, small flatscreen, and storage into its compact size. At the rear of the trailer, an outdoor kitchen and storage space offers a small sink and stovetop, plus counter space.
The Outback comes with camping supplies like bug spray, a YETI cooler, cookware, folding chairs, and more!
Set up and delivery are available for the 2019 Gulf Stream Conquest. The Class C RV sleeps up to five people in an easy to navigate 25 ft. The design features a privacy curtain for the queen bed in the rear, and an airy and spacious living area.
Standouts are the full sized stove and oven, with lots of pantry space for cooking supplies on your vacation!
The 2014 Heartland Cyclone is a showstopping tiny house on wheels! The fifth wheel packs a huge punch in spacious living with three slide outs, and also doubles as a toy hauler. Up to seven people can sleep in the bunks and queen beds. The main living space features an extra long leather couch with multiple dining tables, plus a large flatscreen with electric fireplace. The kitchen is equipped with granite countertops and full size appliances.
However, the real star are the numerous windows and sliding glass doors that allow the outside in to truly immerse yourself in nature. The Cyclone is wheelchair accessible!
Things To Do In Sedona
Oak Creek Canyon
Desert mountains merge with green forest trails at Oak Creek Canyon. The vast wilderness of the Coconino National Forest can be accessed just south of Flagstaff. Sweeping formations of smooth, curved rock overlooking babbling creeks are just a day trip away from Sedona!
Visit A Spa
Sedona is home to numerous luxury spas to rejuvenate the mind and body after time spent in the desert. Many even offer outdoor lounges with jaw dropping views of the red rocks in the distance. If you’re looking for upscale scenery and pools, check out Amara Resort and Spa or Mii Amo. For more casual digs, visit NAMTI Spa or Blue Sage Day Spa.
Red Rock State Park
The striking red hues of the formations at Red Rock State Park against clear blue skies are an American pilgrimage for any camper. Among the famous places to hike are the soaring summits of Cathedral Rock and Devil’s Bridge for out of this world views.
Montezuma Castle National Monument
From Route 17, south of Sedona, you can stop off at an incredible piece of natural history. Montezuma Castle National Monument is a preserved cliffside dwelling that was once home to the Singua people. Here, you can visit the ruins of a 12th century village in the plains and atop the mountain face.
Red Rock Balloons
For adventurers, Red Rock Balloons offers guests the view of a lifetime. You can take in the sunrise over Sedona from a hot air balloon on its “aerial nature walk.” Tours last around 1 ½ hours, and include a commemorative toast upon landing in celebration of the event.