This Old Fashioned General Store In Arizona Is Also An RV Park, And It's The Perfect Pit Stop
If you’ve always wanted to embark on a Route 66 road trip, the Historic Route 66 General Store in Arizona definitely makes it easier. Both a general store and an RV campground, this quirky pit stop has everything weary travelers need to re-up for the next leg of their journey. It’s one of the best RV campgrounds in Arizona because it’s not just a campground – it’s an all-in-one destination for when you’re hitting the road. Whether you’re driving a rented RV or taking your beloved motor home on the road, this is one old-school campground you won’t want to miss.
Seligman’s historic general store and campground have long been a popular destination for road-trippers, so take a look at this video tour by RVerTV.
Visit the Historic Route 66 General Store Facebook page for more information, including current hours and nightly rates for the Route 66 Campground.
Have you ever been to the Historic Route 66 General Store in Arizona? If so, we’d love to hear all about your experience at one of the most unique RV campgrounds in Arizona. Tell us in the comments! Don’t forget to check out our previous article for a retro diner to check out while you’re in town! If you’re planning your own RV getaway, make sure to check out Only In Your State’s ultimate prep checklist, and visit RV Share to find the perfect RV!
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- Three Dunes Campground is one of the most unique campgrounds in Arizona, thanks to its stunning setting. Located on the grounds of Cattail Cove State Park, it's an all-year camping destination that features thirty-two campgrounds in total. They can all only be accessed by boat, and the signature campground has gorgeous access to the water on a pristine beach. Best of all, the total overnight fee is only around $20 a day.
- Verde Ranch RV Resort in Camp Verde isn't just a campground - it's a full-fledged vacation destination with 389 full hook-up RV sites and 16 luxury cabins. The campground has an outdoor pool, hot tubs, and a wacky splash pad for the youngest kids to get soaked during the hot summer months. If you love Pickleball, you'll be in heaven here - there is a large court. The grounds even have a dog park for Fido to get in on the fun.
- Mather Campground is often called the Disneyland of Arizona campgrounds, and it's not hard to see why. Not far from the Grand Canyon, it has 327 available sites with lots of space. Each site includes a campfire ring for cookouts, The views are stunning, and you'll often get a glimpse of wildlife in the area. This is a great place for longer-term stays as well, with amenities like a laundry room on the grounds.