There are many Arizona State Parks. If traveling through with a travel trailer, you will want one with an RV campground. There are several in this beautiful state.
I have broken them down by regions. You may need to call ahead to ensure an open site before you begin your route.
A reservation is always the best to lock in your site, but sometimes, there are openings that are not available for reservation.
If you plan to travel in Arizona, this State is a very dry State.
It doesn't get a lot of rain, so some of the campgrounds are limited on burning firewood.
Take note of the rules and regulations of the campground and be sure to obey them.
Kartchner Caverns State Park
60 campsites - cave tours
Roper Lake State Park
Alamo Lake State Park
(928) 669-2088 - 250
Campsites, excellent bass fishing, waterskiing, swimming
Campfires and smoking in designed areas only
Buckskin Mountain State Park & River Island
Lake Havasu State Park
Dead Horse Ranch State Park
(928) 634-5283 Cottonwood
150 campsites - fishing, boating (non-motorized), hiking, mountain biking, horseback riding, guided trail rides
Campfires in designated fire rings.
Fool Hollow Lake Recreation Area
92 hookup sites, 31 campsites, great fishing and swimming
Fire restrictions during windy days. Call ahead regarding campfires
Lyman Lake State Park
61 campsites & 4 yurts / 4 cabins, fishing, waterskiing
Campfires in cement fire rings and smoking in vehicles
No smoking while hiking.