It is the coolest thing to own a recreational vehicle because you can travel around the country with all the necessary things in your vehicle. The hardest part comes when you want to stay someplace for more than a night!
Why is that? Every state has its rules and regulations and these rules are also implied when it comes to recreational vehicles and trailers. You cannot just simply park it anywhere you want, especially inside a residential area. It is against the rules of the state of Arizona to park your RV in the middle of a residential area or anywhere inside the city randomly.
Where can you park your RV? There are certain RV campsites and RV parking lots which are legal in the states and have basic facilities as well. The RV owner has to pay per night or per month to park his vehicle there. The charges of these campsites and parking lots are way higher as compared to the parking charges of cars.
For example, on average you have to pay $40-$49 per night and $780 and $1,000 monthly depending upon the model of your recreational vehicle. The rates may vary if you have Class A’s (around 30-40 ft), Class C’s (around 20-30 ft) or Class B’s (extended vans) recreational vehicle types. The bigger your RV, the more rent you have to pay! Best RV campsites and parking lots: We have selected one of the best RV campsites in Phoenix where you can park, do whatever you want to do and even get your RV detailing from us by giving us a call. We will always be there at your campsite with our RV cleaning services in Phoenix.
Leaf Verde RV Resort
Desert Shadows RV Resort
Phoenix Metro RV Park
Pueblo El Mirage RV & Golf Resort
Good Life RV Resort
Val Vista Village RV Resort
Sunflower RV Resort
Mesa Regal RV Resort
Pioneer RV Resort
Royal Palm RV Resort
These RV campsites and parking areas are equipped with all the necessary utilities so that your stay can be comfortable. A lot of RV owners live there for months mostly when the season is on (RV campsites are available for certain months only). It’s a great way to meet new people and make new friends while exploring the city.
Tips to get free or cheaper RV parking!
You can always get a free overnight RV parking in the parking area of Wal-Mart as per their policy.
You can get a free RV parking for a night in those restaurants which gives an overnight free parking perk to their customers. Even if some restaurant owners don’t have this policy, you can always be nice and ask for it.
You can pay a homeowner rent to get parking in his yard. The recent rule allows you to live 5 days in a row and leave the place else you could be fined heavily.