Sedona Campgrounds & RV Parks


Sedona, Arizona camping and RV parks let you spend a few nights under the Sedona night sky, or make Sedona a favorite stop on a cross-country trip in your RV. Let the kids enjoy gooey s'mores, share a campfire, and tell ghost stories. Enjoy a little stargazing, fishing, and boating or just relax and take in the scenery. One of the favorite things to do in Sedona, AZ is camping along Oak Creek, therefor, camping spots go quickly during the summer months. A few Sedona camping and RV parks offer amenities such as hookups, showers, restrooms and fresh water. If these are important to your outdoor comfort, make sure to double check which facilities offer your required amenities and call for reservations if required or during peak season.

1. Lo Lo Mai Springs

Secluded camping, RV, and cabin sites with a mile frontage on the banks of famous Oak Creek. This 27 acre tree shaded resort is located 8 mi...  More
  • (928) 634-4700
  • Lo-Lo-Mai Springs Campground
  • 11505 E Lolo Mai Rd, Co
  • $37.00 - $149.00

2. Rancho Sedona RV Park

The peaceful, tranquil setting at Rancho Sedona is unrivaled. Rancho Sedona is fully shaded by grand Sycamore and Cottonwood trees and is i...  More
  • (928) 282-7255
  • 135 Bear Wallow Lane
  • Sedona, AZ
  • 86336

BEST SEDONA DAY HIKES

Experience Sedona up close by hiking through the red walled canyons or up to a vortex point on a hilltop. It's even more beautiful than you imagined.
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HIDDEN SEDONA - THINGS YOU MIGHT MISS IF YOU'RE NOT LOOKING

From blackberry picking along Oak Creek Canyon and adventure hikes, to quiet, tucked away lunch patios; Hidden Sedona is the best of Sedona.
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GET OUTDOORS

Rent a jeep for the day or have someone guide you on a jeep tour! Experience why this is the favorite modern Wild West Sedona adventure.
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SEDONA CABINS & BED AND BREAKFASTS

Sedona cabins along Oak Creek and bed & breakfasts hidden at the foothills of the red rocks are the perfect escape for your Sedona, AZ vacation. Where to Stay in Sedona »