Northern Arizona (West & Flagstaff)

From the eastern border with New Mexico to the western border with California, and from the Utah border in the north to almost halfway down to Mexico, this is the largest geographic region in Arizona. Northern Arizona boasts some of the most wildly beautiful scenery and awe-inspiring natural tourist destinations.

Flagstaff is the largest city in this area and is considered the hub of Northern Arizona. Home of Northern Arizona University, the renowned Lowell Observatory, a diverse arts community and breathtaking mountain scenery, Flagstaff has something for everyone. The Grand Canyon is just 80 miles northwest; Sunset Crater/ Wupatki National Monument is just 15 miles north on Highway 89; the Meteor Crater, Petrified Forest and Painted Desert attractions are all east on I-40. A day spent at the red rocks of Oak Creek and Sedona will renew and inspire.

Prescott, the original capital city of Arizona has old world charm, and nearby Jerome is a haven for artists and galleries. The northeast corner of Arizona is Navaho and Hopi reservation land. In the far northeast, visit Four Corners Monument, where Arizona, New Mexico, Utah and Colorado all meet. On your way there, make sure to stop and admire the Indian ruins of Canyon de Chelly and speculate about what might have happened to the mysteriously vanished Anasazai Indians.

Listings


Zane Grey RV Park

4500 E. Hwy. 260, Camp Verde, AZ, 86322

TELEPHONE: 928-567-4320 TOLL-FREE: 800-235-0608

Elev. 3200 ft. Good interior, gravel roads. Large,
mature trees. Handicap access. Pet restrictions. No tents. SITES: 57 full
hookups (30/50 amp), gravel, some shaded, 10 pull-thrus, back-ins (30×50), big
rig sites, Wi-Fi. FAC: Restrooms, showers, security, public phone, modem
hookups, laundry, limited RV supplies, LP gas,. REC: Spa, birding, fishing, hiking,
stream. GS. From Jct of I-17 & Hwy. 260 (exit 287), E. 8.5 mi. on Hwy 260 to
Clear Creek Bridge (L). Fac: 4W, Rec: 3W