7 Best Pop-Up Camper Rentals In Arizona, USA - Updated 2021

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Anne Marie
Anne Marie 

Arizona is one of the most stunning states in the United States. It has a great diversity of terrains and environments, ranging from deserts to mountains to large cities. Arizona is also home to some of the world’s best natural wonders, including the Grand Canyon. However, this isn’t the only attraction the state has to offer–you can also find the iconic red sandstone buttes at Monument Valley and large cacti at Saguaro Natural Park. Arizona is a big state, and with so many natural wonders to see your best bet is to take a road trip. However, it’s even better to stay out in nature by renting a pop-up camper which you can tow behind your car. If you’re new to renting a trailer, read on for our seven best pop-up camper rentals in Arizona!

1. Spacious yet light pop-up camper (from USD 60)

This pop-up camper model is the lightest on the market, weighing 1600 lbs (725 kg). It’s a breeze to tow around and connects easily to your vehicle! Though it’s light, this camper is spacious inside, with room for six guests on a queen bed, full bed, and twin bed. There is also a kitchen sink for washing up and a stovetop and mini-fridge for cooking simple meals. There’s even a heater so you don’t get cold at night!

2017 Palomino Tent Campers 10ST, RV Rental in Apache Junction, AZ
Apache Junction
2 reviews

2. Four-season camper for year-round adventuring (from USD 65)

Arizona is beautiful in all seasons, so you shouldn’t have to plan your camping around the weather. This pop-up camper is fully equipped for year-round camping, with lots of options to keep you warm. The camper comes with a propane heater and two full-beds that can be plugged in for extra warmth. If you’re traveling in the height of the summer, the camper also has features to keep you cool, like air conditioning and windows that unzip to let in breezes through the screens. The owners of this rental also offer a complimentary snack basket, so you can enjoy some food and drinks on your first night under the stars!

2009 Rockwood Rockwood Freedom TE, RV Rental in Gilbert, AZ
6 reviews

3. The perfect addition to any campsite (from USD 80)

When you’re staying in close quarters like a pop-up camper, it’s important to maximize space. One way to do this is by making the most of the campsite where you park. This camper lends itself to a campsite, with an awning where you can set up chairs and cooking equipment, and even an outdoor shower where you can rinse off! There’s even a hot water heater so you can take your time getting clean. Inside, the camper is stylish and spacious, with room for up to six guests.

2007 Jayco 1008, RV Rental in Upper Santan Village, AZ
1 review

4. Cozy camper with great reviews (from USD 60)

When you’re renting a camper, not only do you want a quality vehicle, but you also need to rent from an owner who is easy to work with. Many of the reviews of this rental praise the owners of this pop-up camper! They are described as communicative, friendly, and generous. They provide lots of instructions on how to set up the camper and use its great amenities, like a sink, refrigerator, and gas stove, and even heated beds for cold nights.

2003 Forest River RV Rockwood Freedom LTD Series 1640LTD, RV Rental inFacebook IconInstagram IconYoutube IconTwitter IconWhite Badge
6 reviews

5. Deliver this trailer right to your campsite! (from USD 85)

If you’re a first-time camper, you might be wary of towing a pop-up camper behind your vehicle. If you happen to be camping near Parks, AZ, you’re in luck, because the owner of this camper will deliver it right to your campsite! All you have to do is settle into this spacious trailer, which has perks like an outdoor shower and even a small indoor toilet. If you’re traveling beyond Parks, you can tow the trailer and the owner will helpfully provide a demonstration of how to set it up before you leave.

2014 Forest River RV Flagstaff MAC LTD Series 228D, RV Rental inFacebook IconInstagram IconYoutube IconTwitter IconWhite Badge
4 reviews

6. Well-maintained camper with great amenities (from USD 100)

Enjoy the comforts of home while sleeping out in the wilderness! This well-maintained camper is a great pick for couples or families. It has room for up to six guests. The kitchen has a refrigerator, stove, and even a microwave. If you need a little space or quiet time, there is an awning that can extend to create shade outside. There’s even an indoor bathroom that includes a shower and toilet, so you don’t have to make any late-night trips around the campsite.

2007 Forest River RV Flagstaff High Wall HW25ST, RV Rental in Peoria,Facebook IconInstagram IconYoutube IconTwitter IconWhite Badge
6 reviews

7. Spacious camper perfect for groups (from USD 85)

With three king-sized beds, this camper is almost as spacious as many hotel suites! There is enough room for up to six guests and kitchen and bathroom amenities that will keep everyone comfortable. The owner of this rental offers rental periods for up to a year, so if you have the time you could spend many months touring the American Southwest!

2005 Fleetwood Sequioa 2005 2005, RV Rental in Sun City West, AZ
6 reviews

Touring through the Grand Canyon State

There is nothing more American than a good old-fashioned road trip. Take it one step further by towing your accommodation along too by renting one of these pop-up campers. You’ll feel even more connected to the stunning landscapes that you’ll witness by sleeping out under the stars. There is no better way to be out in nature while still having some of the comforts of home.

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Anne-Marie works in publishing by day and aspires to travel as much as she can. While she has not yet seen the whole world, she's eager to learn and write about it!

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