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RV Rental Locations in Phoenix

Cruise America – Phoenix

Cruise America 11 W Hampton Ave, Mesa, AZ

El Monte / Anthem RV and Boat – Phoenix

El Monte / Anthem RV and Boat 44019 N Black Canyon Hwy, Phoenix, AZ

Sunshine – Phoenix

Sunshine 44019 N Black Canyon Hwy, Phoenix, AZ

RV Rentals in Phoenix

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Class A 32′ With Slide Sunshine Economy

RV Model 41-AS32E

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Class C 25′ Economy Sunshine

RV Model 41-C25E

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Class C 28′ Sunshine Economy

RV Model 41-C28E

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Class C 25′ With Slide Sunshine

RV Model 41-CS25E

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  • Sleeps 4

Class C 30′ With Slide Sunshine Economy

RV Model 41-CS30E

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Compact RV 19 ft

RV Model Cruise C19

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Class C 25′

RV Model Cruise C25

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Class C 30′

RV Model Cruise C30

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T17 Truck & Camper

RV Model Cruise T17

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Class A 34′ With Slide

RV Model El Monte A34

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Class A 35′ With Slide

RV Model El Monte A35

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Class C 22′

RV Model El Monte C22

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Class C 25′

RV Model El Monte C25

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Class C 28′

RV Model El Monte C28

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Class C 31′ With Slide

RV Model El Monte C31

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If you are a fan of race cars, Phoenix International Raceway offers a fast-paced, exciting experience for everyone. Getting Nascar tickets is one thing, but getting to be on the infield as the race is going on around you is something that every race fan should get to do. If you rent a Phoenix RV rental from USA RV Rentals, you will get to experience the camaraderie as you attend the cookouts, parties, games, and other activities that are sometimes associated with the raceways. Our Phoenix RV rentals will allow you to be in the middle of all the action while still having all the comforts of home. Motorhomes and camping spots book out well in advance so make sure you plan ahead to make the most of your RV and Raceway experience. Feel the thrill of the race with a Phoenix RV rental.

Frequently Asked Questions

Do you have RV rental companies near Phoenix?

Yes, there are three RV rental locations in the Phoenix area. Some of the locations will pick you up from the airport or airport hotels. Please see the terms and conditions or contact our reservation associates for more information.

How much does it cost to rent an RV in Phoenix?

Prices fluctuate based on season, location, and availability similar to airline prices. In general, the earlier you book, the lower the price. On average you can expect to pay between $40 and $150 per night for a small RV and $60 to $300 for a larger RV.

Can I get a pet-friendly RV rental in Phoenix?

Yes, it is possible to bring your pet with you in your RV rental. Always check the terms and conditions or talk to one of our staff to make sure your pet is welcome.

How many people can sleep in an RV?

The number of people that can sleep in an RV varies by model. Some of the smaller camper vans only sleep two people. Larger RVs can sleep up to 8 people.

Places to Eat in Phoenix

The Melting Pot – This restaurant serves everything fondue. Melted cheese, chocolate, and broth are served with tapa style dishes. 3626 E Ray Rd, Phoenix, Arizona.

Taco Guild Gastropub – Mexican food and craft beer served in a pub that has been converted from an old church. 546 E Osborn Rd, Phoenix, Arizona.

Rustler’s Rooste – This country-themed steakhouse has breathtaking views of the landscape and live country bands for entertainment. 8383 S 48th St, Phoenix, Arizona.

MacAlpine’s Diner & Soda Fountain – A 1920’s themed diner with retro food and drinks such as flavored sodas, floats, and milkshakes. 2303 N 7th St, Phoenix, Arizona.

Chelsea’s Kitchen – Tacos, burgers, fish, and salads are a little of what you will find at this eatery, and the location of the patio overlooking the canal can’t be beat. 5040 N 40th St, Phoenix, Arizona.

Hula’s Modern Tiki – This Polynesian restaurant serves brunch, lunch, and dinner in a tiki styled setting. 4700 N Central Ave # 122, Phoenix, Arizona.

Bonus Round – This pub offers free an arcade, board games, comedy, and trivia nights to accompany a rotating local beer selection and tasty food. 24 W Camelback Rd, Phoenix, Arizona.

True Food Kitchen – This is an eco/green mini-chain serving food from farm to table. This health-conscious fare includes vegan options, desserts, and cocktails. 2502 E Camelback Rd Suite 135, Phoenix, Arizona.

The Teapot – A great little spot to get breakfast or brunch items such as coffee, pastries, and sandwiches in a house built in 1906. Your kids will love the outdoor play area! 818 N 5th Ave, Phoenix, Arizona.

Angry Crab Shack – Fresh build-your-own seafood bowls and BBQ plates or sandwiches make this joint a popular choice. 2808 E Indian School Rd, Phoenix, Arizona.

Valle Luna Mexican Restaurant – Sonoran-style food served in a darker setting with a great happy hour menu. 3336 W Bell Rd, Phoenix, Arizona.

Vovomeena – A creative breakfast and brunch counter service restaurant with a patio. 1515 7th Ave #170, Phoenix, Arizona.

Fuego Bistro – A small, bright restaurant and bar serving Latin American food with a patio and live music. 713 E Palo Verde Dr, Phoenix, Arizona.

Grassroots Kitchen & Tap – Southern American fare that is thoughtfully sourced and all made from scratch. 2119 E Camelback Rd, Phoenix, Arizona.

Hana Japanese Eatery – Serving quality sushi and other Japanese favorites at this family-run BYOB (beer, wine, and sake) restaurant. 5524 N 7th Ave, Phoenix, Arizona.

Places to Camp Around Phoenix

North Phoenix Campground – A clean friendly RV park near stores and restaurants with a pool and a hot tub. 2550 W Louise Dr, Phoenix, Arizona.

Cave Creek Regional Park – A campground surrounded by hiking/biking trails in the beautiful desert. 37019 N Lava Ln, Cave Creek, Arizona.

Desert Shadows RV Resort – Conveniently located close to golf courses, malls, stores, restaurants, and entertainment. 19203 N 29th Ave, Phoenix, Arizona.

Desert’s Edge RV Park – This spacious RV park has a pool, hot tub, and fitness room. 22623 N Black Canyon Hwy, Phoenix, Arizona.

Covered Wagon RV Park – This RV park is conveniently located close to downtown Phoenix and has a swimming pool. 6540 N Black Canyon Hwy # 53, Phoenix, Arizona.

Pioneer RV Resort – This RV resort is 55+ and offers amenities such as an indoor heated pool, card/billiards rooms, and nearby hiking trails and casinos. 36408 N Black Canyon Hwy, Phoenix, Arizona.

Desert Tortoise Campground – This well-kept campground has tranquil surroundings and lakeside campsites available. Peoria, Arizona.

Lake Pleasant Regional Park – This expansive park has well-kept facilities, hiking trails with beautiful views, and a lake for fishing and boating. 41835 N Castle Hot Springs Rd, Morristown, Arizona.

Twin Palms RV Park – This RV park has well-maintained sites and is nearby the Consolidated Canal which has miles of pathways for walking and biking. 2225 E Main St, Mesa, Arizona.

Places to Camp Around Arizona

Lost Dutchman State Park – This park is named after a gold mine that was legendary in Old West tales. The campground has access to desert hiking trails where you can see wildlife and wildflowers, and nearby there are cave tours! 6109 N Apache Trail, Apache Junction, Arizona.

Manzanita Campground – This is a creekside campground with fishing, swimming holes, hiking trails with beautiful scenery and wildlife. 5900 N State Rte 89A, Sedona, Arizona.

Lockett Meadow Campground – This hidden treasure at the end of a narrow mountain road. There are hiking trails where you can see the remnants of an extinct volcano, wildlife, and an emerald lake. Flagstaff, Arizona.

Cave Springs Campground – This popular campground has famous red rock cliffs, a stream stocked with trout, hiking trails, and swimming. AZ-89A, Sedona, Arizona.

Christopher Creek – This quiet campground is set beside a creek with trails running along it. There is also a recreational lake nearby for boating surrounded by hiking trails. Highway 260, Payson, Arizona.

Aspen Campground – This well kept, spacious campground has a lake stocked with trout and beautiful hiking trails with lots of wildlife. Payson, Arizona.

Arizona High Country Campground – At this quiet campground you can enjoy activities like fishing at nearby lakes, or hiking, ATVing, and four-wheeling on all of the surrounding trails. 5064 Sawmill Rd, Show Low, Arizona.

Wahweap RV & Campground – This is a very clean campground with campsites overlooking Lake Powell. Activities include fishing, hiking, powerboat, and watercraft rentals, and golfing nearby. Lake Shore Dr, Page, Arizona.

Payson Campground & RV Resort – This park is close to town but still spacious and secluded. There are mountain biking/hiking trails nearby, golfing, fishing, watersports, and wildlife sightseeing. 808 AZ-260, Payson, Arizona.

Catalina State Park – This campground has very well maintained facilities and is surrounded by beautiful hiking trails suitable for all levels. 11570 N Oracle Rd, Tucson, Arizona.

North Rim Campground – This beautiful campground has spacious campsites and is filled with trees. There are easy walking trails as well as more challenging hikes. North Rim, Arizona.

Canyon Point Campground – This campground is in a heavily wooded location and just five miles from a lake with fishing, swimming, boating, and hiking. 260 Highway, Forest Lakes Estates, Arizona.

Ten X Campground – This campground has spacious and private sites, an easy nature hike, and is only a short drive from the Grand Canyon. Grand Canyon Village, Arizona.

Verde Valley RV & Camping Resort – This campground is surrounded by desert and mountain views. There are hiking trails around the campground and nearby attractions include wine tasting, river kayaking, and a ghost town to explore. 6400 E Thousand Trails Rd, Cottonwood, Arizona.

Burnt Corral Campground – The large campsites and the riverside options are a highlight of this campground. Enjoy hiking through the scenic desert landscape or swimming and fishing in the river. 3547 State Hwy 88, Roosevelt, Arizona.


Where to pick up the Essentials in Phoenix

Misha’s Russian & European Food Market – This is a small European market where you can find, fish, baked goods, kosher items, and Russian items. 814 East Union Hills Drive C-4, Phoenix, Arizona.

Baiz Market Place – An authentic Middle Eastern marketplace with a baker, halal butcher, produce, and casual dining area. 523 N 20th St, Phoenix, Arizona.

Sprouts Farmer’s Market – A chain grocery store offering natural and organic health food options. 8040 N 19th Ave, Phoenix, Arizona.

El Rancho Market – A Mexican grocery store that also serves hot food and fresh juice. 8901 N 19th Ave, Phoenix, Arizona.

Seoul Market – A market that offers a lot of Korean foods, fresh seafood, and fresh produce. 8935 N 43rd Ave, Phoenix, Arizona.

New Tokyo Food Market – An exclusively Japanese grocery store that also offers snacks, sake, and beer. 3435 W Northern Ave, Phoenix, Arizona.

Los Altos Ranch Market – A very large supermarket with different departments including prepared foods, butcher, produce, fishmonger, and cheesemaker. 1602 E Roosevelt St, Phoenix, Arizona.

Food State Market – A locally owned and operated market. 3202 E Broadway Rd, Phoenix, Arizona.

88 International Market – An Asian market offering imported goods, produce, meat, and seafood. 3557 W Dunlap Ave, Phoenix, Arizona.

Open Air Market – Shop produce from local farmers or goods from food makers at an outside market. Open Wednesdays and weekends seasonally. 721 N Central Ave, Phoenix, Arizona.

Uptown Farmers’ Market – A year-round farmers market with fruits and veggies from local farmers, grass-fed beef from local ranchers, fresh fish and other seafood, as well as food trucks and gift items. 5757 N Central Ave, Phoenix, Arizona.

Roadrunner Park Farmers Market – A great place to find fresh, organic produce, meats, bread, and local honey. Open Saturdays. 3502 E Cactus Rd, Phoenix, Arizona.

Ahwatukee Farmers Market – Prepared foods, fresh produce, honey, local meats, and eggs are found here. Open Sundays year-round. 4700 Warner Rd, Phoenix, Arizona.

La Grande Orange Grocery & Pizzeria – Great breakfasts, creative pizzeria, delicious bakery, cafe, and grocery store all in one in a chic location. 4410 N 40th St, Phoenix, Arizona.

Things to do in Phoenix

Pueblo Grande Ruin – A pre-Columbian Archeological site with ruins inhabited by the Hohokam people. They are trails, irrigation canals, and an indoor gallery. 4619 E Washington St, Phoenix, Arizona.

Musical Instrument Museum – A large museum filled with different instruments from all over the world with a restaurant attached. An audio tour is included with the price of admission. 4725 E Mayo Blvd, Phoenix, Arizona.

Heard Museum – A private museum featuring American-Indian art and culture. 2301 N Central Ave, Phoenix, Arizona.

Hall of Flame Fire Museum – A museum showcasing fire fighting equipment over a hundred years all over the world. Kids can sit behind the wheel and try on mock firefighters’ gear. 6101 E Van Buren St, Phoenix, Arizona.

Desert Botanical Garden – A 140-acre desert garden filled with massive cacti, a butterfly pavilion, and a restaurant. 1201 N Galvin Pkwy, Phoenix, Arizona.

Phoenix Art Museum – This is the southwest’s largest visual arts museum. It holds art from all over the world and spanning from present-day to the renaissance. 1625 N Central Ave, Phoenix, Arizona.

Arizona Challenger Space Center – This space center is filled with exhibits, a wind tunnel, and a flight simulator and is great for older kids and adults. 9617 N Metro Pkwy W STE 2214, Phoenix, Arizona.

Arizona State Capitol – Free guided tours are offered through the old state house chambers and the governor’s office. Artifacts recovered from the USS Arizona shipwreck are on display. 1700 W Washington, Phoenix, Arizona.

Things to do with Kids in Phoenix

Arizona Science Center – This science museum has hundreds of hands-on exhibits, live demonstrations, and IMAX theatre, and a planetarium. Kids will have fun playing with all of the exhibits and learn something new. 600 E Washington St, Phoenix, Arizona.

Enchanted Island Amusement Park – This park is perfect for families with kids ages around 2-6. There are rides, a train, a carousel, a concession, games, paddle boats, and a splash pad. 1202 W Encanto Blvd, Phoenix, Arizona.

Castles N’ Coasters – A family-friendly amusement center filled with thrill rides, games, mini-golf, roller coasters, go-karts, and an arcade. 9445 N Metro Pkwy E, Phoenix, Arizona.

LEGOLAND Discovery Center – Spend the day exploring this lego playland. There are rides, 4D movies, exhibits, and a lego factory tour. 5000 S Arizona Mills Cir #135, Tempe, Arizona.

Big Surf – A large outdoor water park with the first wave pool ever in the United States. There are water slides and a nice grassy area to sit down or eat. 1500 N McClintock Dr, Tempe, Arizona.

The Play Factory – An indoor play place for younger kids including a rockwall, jungle gym, bounce house, and cafe. 21001 N Tatum Blvd #38-1335, Phoenix, Arizona.

Children’s Museum of Phoenix – A museum for children up to age 10 with over 300 interactive play areas. 215 N 7th St, Phoenix, Arizona.

Butterfly Wonderland – An indoor interactive rainforest habitat hosting butterflies as well as reptiles, insects, fish, and bees. 9500 East Vía de Ventura, Scottsdale, Arizona.

Wet’n’Wild Phoenix – This 35-acre water park is the biggest theme park in the state. Attractions include a lazy river, slides, and play areas. 4243 W Pinnacle Peak Rd, Glendale, Arizona.

Phoenix Zoo – This zoo contains 2.5 miles of walking trails around lions, tigers, and elephants. Enjoy a train ride or the children’s area and a petting zoo. 455 N Galvin Pkwy, Phoenix, Arizona.

Hole-in-the-Rock – A natural rock formation created by erosion carving out the sandstone. A beautiful place to hike and explore the cave-like holes in the rock. 625 N Galvin Pkwy, Phoenix, Arizona.

Sea Life Arizona – This is an interactive aquarium with touch-pools, and an ocean tunnel featuring thousands of creatures. 5000 S Arizona Mills Cir #145, Tempe, Arizona.

OdySea Aquarium – This is the largest aquarium in the southwest and holds dolphins, penguins, sharks, and thousands of other marine creatures. There are touch-pools, and a 3D movie to top it off. 9500 East Vía de Ventura A-100, Scottsdale, Arizona.

McCormick-Stillman Railroad Park – This is the perfect park for every train lover. It features a ridable miniature railway complete with tunnels and tressel’s, a restored merry-go-round from the 1950s, and a southwestern themed playground. 7301 E Indian Bend Rd, Scottsdale, Arizona.

Places to rent an RV in Phoenix

Serving: New River, Carefree, Paradise Valley, Scottsdale, Tempe, Mesa, Guadalupe, Gilbert, Chandler, Komatke, Tolleson, Goodyear, Litchfield Park, Peoria, Glendale, Surprise, Sun City West, Wittman and Buckeye.

Places to fly in and out in the Phoenix area

Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport- 3400 E Sky Harbor Blvd, Phoenix, Arizona.

Sky Harbor Airport- 1805 E Sky Harbor Cir S, Phoenix, Arizona.

Phoenix Goodyear Airport- 1658 S Litchfield Rd, Goodyear, Arizona.

Scottsdale Airport- 15000 N Airport Dr, Scottsdale, Arizona.

Phoenix Deer Valley Airport- 702 W Deer Valley Rd, Phoenix, Arizona.

Phoenix RV Rentals serving the local area

Cruise America RV Rentals- 11 West Hampton Ave, Mesa Phoenix Arizona.

Best Time RV Rentals – 1426 W Broadway Rd, Mesa Phoenix Arizona.

Escape Camper Vans – 136 South 40th Place, Mesa Phoenix Arizona.

Places to Shop in Phoenix

Curious Nature – This unique shop is filled with preserved insects, skulls and bones, taxidermy, botanicals, stones, and jewelry for any collection while still maintaining a bright and cheerful vibe. 5032 N Central Ave, Phoenix, Arizona.

Brass Armadillo Antique Mall – An antique mall with dozens of dealers and booths featuring antiques, collectibles, and repurposed items. 12419 N 28th Dr, Phoenix, Arizona.

Whozitz and Whatzitz Unique Gifts and Cards – A variety of novelty items, locally made items, and funny/touching cards. 3184 E Indian School Rd, Phoenix, Arizona.

Paradise Valley Mall – A shopping complex complete with a cinema, food court, carousel, and children’s area. 4568 E Cactus Rd, Phoenix, Arizona.

Shops at Norterra – A street that conveniently has a movie theatre, great restaurants, and many stores located together. 2460 W Happy Valley Rd, Phoenix, Arizona.

Biltmore Fashion Park – A high-end shopping center in a beautifully landscaped outdoor setting. 2502 E Camelback Rd, Phoenix, Arizona.

Phoenix Premium Outlets – An open-aired outlet mall. 4976 Premium Outlets Way, Chandler, Arizona.

Outlets at Anthem – Not only does this mall have some great deals but you may also see America’s largest Christmas tree. 4250 W Anthem Way, Phoenix, Arizona.

Desert Ridge Marketplace – This is a very family-friendly, outdoor shopping mall with a movie theatre, live music, a play area, and a splash pad. 21001 N Tatum Blvd, Phoenix, Arizona.

Places to Stay in Phoenix

Drury Inn & Suites Phoenix Airport- 3333 E University Dr, Phoenix, Arizona.

Americas Best Value Inn- Downtown Phoenix- 424 W Van Buren St, Phoenix, Arizona.

Best Western InnSuites Phoenix Hotel & Suites- 1615 E Northern Ave, Phoenix, Arizona.

The Westin Phoenix Downtown- 333 N Central Ave, Phoenix, Arizona.

Kimpton Hotel Palomar Phoenix- 2 E Jefferson St, Phoenix, Arizona.

Arizona Grand Resort & Spa- 8000 Arizona Grand Pkwy, Phoenix, Arizona.

The Clarendon Hotel and Spa- 401 W Clarendon Ave, Phoenix, Arizona.

Crossland Phoenix- Metro- 2102 W Dunlap Ave, Phoenix, Arizona.

Hilton Garden Inn Phoenix Downtown- 15 E Monroe St, Phoenix, Arizona.

Best Western Airport Inn- 2425 S 24th St, Phoenix, Arizona.

Red Roof PLUS+ Phoenix West- 5215 W Willetta St, Phoenix, Arizona.

GreenTree Inn & Suites- 4234 S 48th St, Phoenix, Arizona.

SpringHill Suites by Marriott- 802 E Van Buren St, Phoenix, Arizona.

Renaissance Phoenix Downtown- 100 N 1st St, Phoenix, Arizona.

Hyatt Place Phoenix-North- 0838 N 25th Ave, Phoenix, Arizona.

Candlewood Suites- 11411 N Black Canyon Hwy, Phoenix, Arizona.

Happy Valley House- 28250 N 32nd Ln, Phoenix, Arizona.

Full Circle Ranch Bed & Breakfast Inn- 40205 N 26th St, Cave Creek, Arizona.

Gaslight Inn- 5747 W Glendale Ave, Glendale, Arizona.

ZenYard Inn- 830 E Maryland Ave, Phoenix, Arizona.

Budget Inn- 5259 W McDowell Rd, Phoenix, Arizona.

La Quinta Inn & Suites- 4929 W McDowell Rd, Phoenix, Arizona.

Country Inn & Suites by Radisson- 7400, 4702 E University Dr, Phoenix, Arizona.

WoodSpring Suites- 8808 N Black Canyon Hwy, Phoenix, Arizona.

Homewood Suites by Hilton- 7373 W Detroit St, Chandler, Arizona.

TownePlace Suites by Marriott- 9425 N Black Canyon Hwy, Phoenix, Arizona.

Annual Events in Phoenix

Arizona State Fair – This state fair was first held in 1884 and is full of games, rides, prizes, barn animal attractions, and beautiful lights after the sun goes down. This annual fair takes place most of the month of October every year and is located at the Arizona state fairgrounds. 1826 W McDowell Rd, Phoenix, Arizona.

Scottsdale Culinary Festival – A chance to celebrate great local food, beverages, and bands. You can watch chef demos, enjoy the wine garden, or spend time with your kids in the family zone. This event takes place from April 14- April 15. 7375 E 2nd St, Scottsdale, Arizona.

Parada Del Sol Trails End Festival – Watch a parade of horse-drawn carriages, wagons, stagecoaches, and mounted riders. Afterward, stick around to watch the streets transform into a western festival complete with bands, Aztec and Folklorico dancers, children’s zones, petting animals, and horse rides. This festival takes place on February 18 in Scottsdale, Arizona.

Arizona Lebanese Cultural Festival – This festival provides a taste of Lebanese cuisine, culture, and folklife. Dabke dancers, singers, and live bands provide entertainment and children can play in the play center. This festival takes place on November 2- November 4. 5406 E Virginia Ave, Phoenix, Arizona.

ameriCAN™ Canned Craft Beer Festival – This festival consists of food, seminars, beer Olympics, live music, and a great brewery lineup. You have the chance to enjoy more than 250 canned craft beers. This festival takes place on April 28. 67 W Culver St, Phoenix, Arizona.

What to Expect Weather Wise in Phoenix

Phoenix has a hot desert climate with long extremely hot summers and shorter milder winters. Phoenix receives the most sunshine out of any other major city on earth with an average of 299 sunny days per year. Phoenix’s coldest month is January when the average temperature overnight is 43.4°F (6 C). In July, the warmest month, the average daytime temperature rises to 104.2°F (40 C).

Places to Leave your Pet in Phoenix

Second Home Pet Resort – These dog lovers will do a great job grooming your pooch and also offer daycare and cat boarding. 747 E Thunderbird Rd, Phoenix, Arizona.

Pet Paradise – An ultimate pet boarding experience for your dog or cat. This is an all-indoor resort with spacious, climate-controlled suits with play areas inside and outside. Training and grooming are also offered. 1675 W Happy Valley Rd, Phoenix, Arizona.

Villa La Paws on Shea – Budget-friendly prices are offered here at this dog daycare, boarding, and grooming facility. 10640 N 32nd St, Phoenix, Arizona.

Alta Vista Boarding & Grooming – This veterinarian-owned facility offers dog, cat, and exotic boarding, and dog daycare, training, and grooming. 4730 N 7th Ave, Phoenix, Arizona.

Jet Pet Resort Phoenix – Dog and cat boarding and dog training, grooming, and daycare are offered here with live pet-cams. 1625 E Osborn Rd, Phoenix, Arizona.

Bow Wow Daycare & Boarding – Dog and cat boarding and daycare for animals with special needs. 7575 N 75th Ave, Glendale, Arizona.

Foothills Pet Resort – Dog boarding and daycare with all-day play and personal attention. 1323 E Chandler Blvd, Phoenix, Arizona.

Doggie District Pet Resort & Training Center – Dog boarding, daycare, grooming, and training with indoor and outdoor play area. 12801 N Paradise Village Pkwy W, Phoenix, Arizona.

Danmar Pet Resort – Dog daycare and boarding with low prices. 1725 W Williams Dr. Suite 49, Phoenix, Arizona.

Sky Harbor Dog Boarding & Training Center – Doggy daycare and doggy bootcamp. 1633 E Rairdan Ln, Phoenix, Arizona.

Canine Country Club & Feline Inn – Air condition rooms, indoor and outdoor runs for your dog as well as an indoor and outdoor cattery. 2332 E Washington St, Phoenix, Arizona.

Places to Rent a Bicycle in Phoenix

Bike Barn – Mountain, comfort, and road bike rentals are offered so that you can hit the trails, explore scenic roads, or just cruise around town. 4112 N 36th St, Phoenix, Arizona.

Bike Masters – Full suspension and hardtail mountain bikes are offered here with an included helmet and emergency kit. 4802 E Ray Rd, Phoenix, Arizona.

Cactus Adventures – Located near the famous South Mountain Park with 50+ miles of biking trails. This store offers full suspension mountain bikes and kids bikes as well. 8000 S Arizona Grand Pkwy, Phoenix, Arizona.

Arizona Outback Adventures (AOA) – An assortment of road bikes, mountain bikes, casual bikes, and kids bikes are offered. 16447 N 91st St, Scottsdale, Arizona.

Exhale Bikes Inc – Quality road mountain, and comfort bikes are offered here as well as free maps and local train information. 2814 W Bell Rd, Phoenix, Arizona.

Grid Bike Share– Sign up on your phone to access shared bikes located all over the city. Phoenix, Arizona.

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