Arizona is a desert area which means it is a popular tourist area during the winter months because of the warm weather. RV rental/golfing vacations are common in Arizona because golfing is a year-round sport. There is an amazing array of historical artifacts throughout Arizona which can be found in the State and National Parks. Take your Arizona RV rental to some Native American historic sites and many places made popular by the Wild West era, such as Tombstone and the OK Coral. For more sightseeing fun with your Arizona RV rental, visit Boot Hill and the Birdcage Theatre.
If you’re looking for a Phoenix RV rental, you should know that Phoenix is the largest city in the southwest and can get very hot. The most fascinating thing about Phoenix is that it is surrounded by a massive landscape of the untouched desert. There is an active art scene and a bustling economy. Phoenix has grown rapidly and is now adjoined to Mesa, Scottsdale, and Tempe, which are now referred to as the “Valley of the Sun”. Once you’re ready to travel some more, take your Arizona RV rental to Scottsdale. Scottsdale is a tourist hotspot where you will find local artists selling their wide varieties of art (metal works, pottery, paintings, jewelry, etc.).
For a slightly cooler climate, you may want to drive your Arizona RV rental to Tucson. Tucson is surrounded by canyons, cliffs, deserts, cacti, and an extremely diverse bird population. Tucson is Arizona’s second-largest city.
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