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Stress-Free RV Camping in Yellowstone, Grand Canyon, Zion, Sedona, Arizona & More

Stress-Free RV Camping in Yellowstone, Grand Canyon, Zion, Sedona, Arizona & More

December 18, 2023

Author: Fantasy RV Tours/Monday, December 18, 2023/Categories: Travel News

U.S. national parks are known for their breathtaking beauty, diverse wildlife, and unique geological formations. They also provide an excellent opportunity for RV camping, allowing you to explore these wonders at your own pace.


However, planning an RV road trip can be daunting, especially if it's your first time. But that’s where Fantasy RV Tours comes in. As the #1 provider in professionally guided RV Caravans and Rallies, Fantasy RV Tours takes the stress out of planning an RV trip, giving you the opportunity to enjoy a relaxing, well-planned vacation. You just show up and everything is already organized for you – the campground reservations, the best destinations and excursions, and the most suitable route for RV travel.


Whether you're looking to go RV camping in Yosemite National Park or the Grand Canyon, let's explore the top destinations that can be visited out west with Fantasy RV Tours.


Western National Parks Guided RV Tour

From otherworldly slot canyons to incredible rock formations, America’s southwestern national parks are a must-visit. If you want to explore this area by RV, this 34-Day Western National Park journey is one of the best ways to do so. Keep reading to learn about each destination on this itinerary.


Grand Canyon National Park

Visiting the iconic Grand Canyon is a must for any RV traveler. This awe-inspiring natural wonder is a sight to behold, with its vast stretches of colorful rock formations, the winding Colorado River, and millions of years of geological history.


Arches National Park

Arches National Park is a treasure trove of over 2,000 natural stone arches, towering pinnacles, and other striking geological formations. Taking your RV to this national park is the best way to fully immerse yourself in the unique landscape and take advantage of the numerous hiking trails and scenic drives.


Bryce Canyon National Park

This national park in Utah is best known for its distinctive crimson hoodoos – tall, thin spires of rock that rise from the earth in a seemingly otherworldly landscape. RV camping in Bryce Canyon National Park provides easy access to hiking trails, horseback riding, and stunning viewpoints.


Canyonlands National Park

Featuring dramatic canyons, mesas, and buttes carved by the Colorado River, Canyonlands National Park is a must-see destination for RVers who love hiking trails, scenic drives, and overlooks.


Capitol Reef National Park

With its breathtaking sandstone cliffs, domes, and canyons, Capitol Reef National Park is a hidden gem in Utah's canyon country that will give you a comfortable base for exploring desert scenery and historic areas.


Mesa Verde National Park

As a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Mesa Verde National Park is famous for its ancient cliff dwellings and archaeological sites. This national park offers an opportunity to explore the fascinating history of the Ancestral Pueblo people who once called this area home.


Zion National Park

Known for its striking red-rock cliffs, waterfalls, and hanging gardens, Zion National Park boasts a stunning contrast in scenery with many hiking trails, including the famous Narrows and Angels Landing.


Four Corners

As the only place in the United States where four states meet, Four Corners is the perfect place for a photo op!


Monument Valley

Iconic and instantly recognizable, Monument Valley is a must-visit destination. While RV camping in this park, you'll experience the stunning beauty of the valley's sandstone buttes and mesas up close. You might even feel like you've stepped right into a Western film!


Antelope Slot Canyon

Antelope Slot Canyon, located in Arizona, is arguably one of the most beautiful slot canyons in the United States, offering a unique and incredibly photogenic experience. Don't forget your camera for this one!


Rocky Mountains of the West Guided RV Tour

Starting in Colorado Springs and ending in Jackson, Wyoming, this 33-Day Rocky Mountains of the West tour is perfect for those who love majestic mountains and abundant wildlife. Check out each of the incredible destinations on this tour below!


Badlands National Park

Located in South Dakota, Badlands National Park is a rugged landscape characterized by dramatic canyons, towering spires, and vast prairies. A tour of this park allows you to experience its unique geological formations while enjoying hiking, wildlife viewing, and photography.


Rocky Mountain National Park

Nestled in northern Colorado, Rocky Mountain National Park offers breathtaking views of snow-capped peaks, lush forests, and crystal-clear lakes. RV camping in this national park is the best way to explore over 200 hiking trails, spot wildlife such as elk and moose, and enjoy the crisp mountain air.


Yellowstone National Park

As America's first national park, Yellowstone is home to iconic sights such as Old Faithful, the Grand Prismatic Spring, and the Grand Canyon of Yellowstone, making this a genuine bucket-list experience. While RV camping in Yellowstone National Park, you can explore its vast wilderness, witness incredible geothermal features, and spot diverse wildlife, ensuring you don't miss anything!


Grand Teton National Park

Located just south of Yellowstone, Grand Teton National Park boasts stunning mountain scenery, serene lakes, and abundant wildlife. The Grand Tetons are the perfect spot to access hiking trails, fishing spots, and wildlife viewing opportunities.


Mount Rushmore

As one of America's most iconic landmarks, Mount Rushmore is a must-visit destination for any RV road trip to South Dakota. This national monument brings you face-to-face with George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Theodore Roosevelt, and Abraham Lincoln.


Crazy Horse Memorial

Located just a short drive from Mount Rushmore, the Crazy Horse Memorial is an impressive tribute to the legendary Lakota warrior. A guided RV tour to this site will educate you on Native American history and culture while you admire the colossal sculpture in progress.


Custer State Park

With its sprawling landscapes, diverse wildlife, and outdoor recreational opportunities, Custer State Park is a popular destination for RVers in the Black Hills. You might even spot a bison, elk, or coyote while you're here!


Garden of the Gods

Located in Colorado Springs, Garden of the Gods is a stunning park known for its towering red rock formations. Enjoy hiking, rock climbing, and incredible views of the surrounding landscape.


Pikes Peak Summit

As one of Colorado's most famous peaks, Pikes Peak boasts breathtaking views and thrilling outdoor adventures. With a guided RV tour, you can experience the beauty of this iconic summit without the stress of planning your trip.


Sensational Southwest Guided RV Tour

Whether you’re a history buff or an outdoor enthusiast, this Sensational Southwest itinerary has something for everyone. Below, you’ll find the stops along this tour, ranging from Native American monuments to breathtaking canyons and valleys.


Grand Canyon National Park

The Grand Canyon is one of the most famous landmarks in the United States, with its dramatic cliffs, vibrant colors, and immense size. RV camping near the Grand Canyon is one of the best ways to take in the park's beauty at your own pace, with plenty of hiking and wildlife viewing opportunities.


Petrified Forest National Park

Located in northeastern Arizona, Petrified Forest National Park has one of the largest concentrations of petrified wood in the world. The park also features ancient petroglyphs, historical sites, and an abundance of plant and animal fossils.


Monument Valley

Straddling the border of Arizona and Utah, Monument Valley showcases some of the most striking sandstone formations in the world. The park's dramatic buttes, mesas, and spires create a truly surreal landscape that has been featured in countless movies and television shows.


Four Corners

Visit this landmark to stand in four states at once – Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico, and Utah. This unique area is surrounded by beautiful landscapes and numerous national parks, making it an ideal destination for RVing.


Aztec Ruins National Monument

Located in New Mexico, Aztec Ruins National Monument preserves the remnants of an ancient Puebloan village that dates back over 900 years. The monument features a fascinating Great House with 400 rooms, a reconstructed great kiva, and a variety of smaller structures to explore.


Montezuma Castle National Monument

Nestled in Camp Verde, Arizona, Montezuma Castle National Monument is home to one of the best-preserved cliff dwellings in North America. Built by the Sinagua people over 700 years ago, the monument offers a unique look into the lives of these ancient inhabitants.


Georgia O'Keeffe's Ghost Ranch

Situated in northern New Mexico, Ghost Ranch was the home and studio of famed artist Georgia O'Keeffe. The ranch is now a retreat center that offers educational programs, workshops, and guided tours of the stunning landscapes that inspired O'Keeffe's artwork.


Canyon de Chelly National Monument

Located in northeastern Arizona, Canyon de Chelly National Monument encompasses over 80,000 acres of stunning canyon landscapes, ancient ruins, and sacred sites of the Navajo Nation.


Bonus: Albuquerque Balloon Fiesta RV Rally

While you’re in the area, you can’t miss the Albuquerque Balloon Fiesta, a bucket list event comprised of twilight balloon glows, balloon rodeos, and colorful, balloon-filled skies. Fantasy RV Tours offers several Rallies each year, making it the easiest most hassle-free way to experience this festival!


You’ll enjoy guaranteed sites in the South RV Lot with premium amenities, so you won’t have to dry camp like other attendees! Relax with fellow RVers in the private hospitality tent where you can enjoy daily breakfast, private concerts, special meals, happy hours, and more. The RV sites and private tent are located next to “the Box,” providing you with the perfect spot to view the balloons fly and land right from your rig!


Start planning your dream RV trip to these incredible destinations today!


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