RVing through the Southwest is one of the greatest road trips you can take. When traveling through Arizona you can see the only place on Earth where Saguaro Cacti grow. You can head over to the Grand Canyon and take in one of the greatest wonders of the world. In New Mexico you can eat some of the best Mexican food while enjoying the sunset over Santa Fe. There are some incredible RV campsites in the Southwest that you shouldn’t miss.
North Rim Campground at the Grand Canyon
You can not go wrong with reserving a space at the North Rim Campground at the Grand Canyon. This campsite is just two miles from where you take the path down a very difficult 14.2 mile trail at Bright Angel Point. It only costs $18 to reserve a spot and $20 to get into the National Park. This campground has some of the best views of the incredible sunset that has made Arizona famous. Now, I am born and raised in Arizona, so I may be biased, but the sunsets in Arizona are to beat.
Camping Near Santa Fe, NM
You have a few choices when camping near Santa Fe and this really is going to be determined in what you like in a campground. You can’t go wrong if you like rustic and being in the middle of the forest, you should camp out in the National Forest. You get the best prices when camping in any National Forest, but you generally lack in amenities such as potable water, showers, or RV hookups. If you want a full hookup site, check out the Santa Fe KOA.
Camping Near Moab, UT
One of the most beautiful places to visit in the Southwest is in Moab, Utah. When visiting, check out the Dead Horse Point State Park. This campground is 2,000 feet above the Colorado River and has some of the most amazing panoramic views of Canyonlands National Park. You just can’t been seeing these desert buttes and pinnacles. This campground has great WiFi, can accommodate big rigs, and is an excellent spot to stay so that you can go out and experience the wonders of Moab
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