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RV Parks and Campgrounds

Prescott offers several RV parks and campgrounds, many of which are age-restricted to adults 55+, making these RV parks and campgrounds as much a resort living community as they are an overnight spot for a cross-country road tour.  Whether you're looking to spend 2 nights or over 200 nights in one of these RV parks or campgrounds this year, be sure to ask if the campground fits your needs with regard to age restriction.

 

Point of Rocks Campground

3025 N Hwy 89 (AZ-89 north of Willow Lake Park Road)

96 RV sites with full hook-ups

Open year-round

Services:

  • Granite rock formations
  • Pinon pines or cottonwood trees on most sites
  • Large level spaces with full hookups
  • Quiet, adult oriented
  • Very clean restrooms
  • Laundry room
  • Four miles north of Prescott
  • Daily and weekly rates
  • Good Sam discount available
  • Family owned and operated

 

Orchard Ranch Resort

11250 E State Route 69, Dewey (14 miles east of Prescott)

Pull-through RV sites with full hook-ups

55+ adults only

Open year-round

Services:

  • Full Hook-up RV Pull-thru Shaded Sites
  • Laundry Room
  • Salon
  • Card Rooms
  • Library/TV Room
  • Horse Shoes
  • Roundhouse Dining Room
  • Pool/Spa
  • Exercise Facility
  • Pavilion
  • Putting Green
  • Sharlot Hall Kiosk & Cabin
  • Beautiful Tree Lined Street

 

Pine Lawn Ranch Mobile Home and RV Park

910 West Gurley Street, Prescott (1 mile west of Courthouse Square)

55+ adult resident community (Age restriction does not apply to overnight or weekly RV guests)

Open year-round

Services:

  • Cool wooded park like setting with shade and greenery
  • Stunning rock formations
  • Spacious lots and open space
  • Paved streets
  • Seasonal Creek
  • Daily, weekly, monthly and seasonal rates for RVs
  • Pets accepted (restrictions apply)
  • Laundromats and shopping located nearby

 

Lakeside Apartments and RV Village

3080 N Hwy 89 (AZ-89 north of Willow Lake Park Road)

30 RV sites

Adult community

Open year-round

Services:

  • All utilities paid
  • Basic Cable paid
  • Showers
  • Laundry Room
  • 5 minutes to shopping, the VA Center, and Downtown Prescott
  • Within a short walking distance to 2 lakes
  • Storage Units available
  • Pet Friendly
  • Pinic tables at each RV site
  • Common area with picnic tables and grills
  • Clubhouse with pool table, arcade style games, TV
  • On site managers
  • Family owned and operated
  • Well established
  • Adults only
  • Clean, drug-free environment
     

Written by: Christina Hecht

Driving Directions

Prescott driving directionsNeed driving directions to Prescott from Phoenix, Las Vegas, and other cities nearby? Our handy directions will get you here. Prescott is ideally located in central Arizona at the intersection of two major state routes – Highway 69 and Highway 89. It’s also fewer than 90 miles from I-10 and I-40, two coast-to-coast interstates. And once you’re in Prescott, you’ll experience the Gateway to Northern Arizona. Within just a couple hours driving time, Prescott visitors can find themselves in Jerome, wine country, Sedona, or the Grand Canyon. Prescott is the perfect central Arizona location from which to venture out, and we're sure you'll always want to find the road back.

Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions FAQs and visitor informationDo you have some questions about Prescott, Arizona? Curious about the history of Prescott? Wondering what Prescott is like today? Do you need directions or a map of the area? We’ve got answers on every topic from Whiskey Row to where to go; from what to pack to weather facts. You’ll find answers you can use when researching your next vacation or your next change-of-address. Prescott.com, THE online resource for Prescott visitors and locals, has put together a full list of Frequently Asked Questions and answers about Prescott, Arizona. We hope they'll help you plan a nice long visit to Prescott soon, or even entice you to make Prescott your next hometown.

All Things to Do in Prescott

Things to do in PrescottYou probably don't need help finding things to do in Prescott; there's a ton to do! Nevertheless, we can help you narrow down the list to fit into your perfect Prescott vacation. Looking for family friendly attractions that kids and adults will both love? Or maybe a winery tour, a casino and some grown-up fun is more your style. Whether you want to go for outdoor adventures, embark on an area tour, horseback riding, or golf, the best things to do in Prescott are at your fingertips. Enjoy Prescott attractions like art galleries and museums and historical sites, entertainment and nightlife on Whiskey Row and beyond and dozens of other Prescott attractions.

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