Are you getting a jump start planning for spring break? Maybe you’ve really got it together and are even putting together details for your summer vacation? Good for you! Planning ahead for any vacation certainly pays off! If you have your sights set on traveling to Arizona, why not check out these top picks from our staff at Sand Highway RV Rentals of Sun City, AZ.
1. Grand Canyon
If you’ve never been to the Grand Canyon, we suggest that you start here. While you may be thinking “But everyone goes to the Grand Canyon…”, you may be right—but there’s a good reason. We simply cannot oversell the beauty that is the Grand Canyon. It’s a sight meant to be seen in person, so you need to make plans to do it at least once in your life. Plus, the area has a ton of great camping options and opportunities for outdoor recreation.
2. Imperial Sand Dunes
Located not far from Sun City, AZ, the Imperial Sand Dunes (ISD) Recreation Area is a favorite destination for people who enjoy outdoor recreation, especially off-road vehicles. ISD, with its 40 miles of desert-like landscape, stands in stark contrast to other areas of Arizona. It’s silky sands make it a perfect place to stay and play for a while. Note that in addition to booking an RV from us, you can also add on an ATV rental for even more fun at the dunes.
3. Lake Pleasant
Are lazy days boating on the lake a little more your vacation style? Then take a look at Lake Pleasant. It’s the largest lake near the greater Phoenix area and is a beautiful setting for a getaway. You can enjoy mountain desert views, swimming, fishing, and much more.
It’s amazing how one state can have such diverse camping and recreation activities, which is why we love Arizona. As you plan your trip to our great state, don’t forget to book your RV rental. Our fleet of motorhomes and travel trailers will meet your needs and help you stay within your vacation budget. You may even be able to add on that boat rental. To find out more or to reserve your rentals, contact Sand Highway today at (602) 730-4505.
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