Arizona 55+ Communities Offering RV Parking

There are several age-restricted communities in Arizona with ample RV parking.

There are a number of communities in Arizona that have their own RV parking facilities. Some communities have regulations that restrict the length of time that you can park an RV in your driveway, and as most garages aren’t big enough to accommodate such vehicles, you need to find a community where RV parking won’t be a problem. 

Many people look to retirement in Arizona because of the climate. Spring and fall are perfect times to be there, and winters are usually mild. Summers are different, however, with temperatures climbing into the 100s for several days at a time, and there are spectacular and heavy thunderstorms.

People deal with this in different ways. Snowbirds hold on to their other residence and head back there for the summer. Some people sit it out, while others jump into their RVs and head off on a road trip. If that sounds like you, then these are some of the Arizona communities we’ve found which have their own RV parking or RV storage facilities.

Sun City WestSun City West, AZ

Low $100s – High $600s

The Sun City communities, like Sun City West, are a good place to start when searching for Arizona communities with RV parking. This large community for the 55+ active adult has 16,900 homes and provides RV storage facilities as a part of its numerous amenities. These include a hospital, nine golf courses, nine restaurants, and 18 places of worship.

Sun City West is near the city of Surprise and about a 40-minute drive northwest of Downtown Phoenix. The 30,000-acre White Tank Mountain Regional Park is a 25-minute drive away. It has forty sites for camping and RV parking.

Homes here start at 761 square feet with one bedroom, one bathroom, and a one-and-a-half-car garage. There are dozens of models available, the largest being 4,651 square feet with three bedrooms, three bathrooms, and a two-and-a-half-car garage.

Click here to request more information about Sun City West.

Sun City GrandSurprise, AZ

Low $200s – Mid $800s

Sun City Grand is another Del Webb Sun City community offering RV parking. Other amenities at this 45+ active adult community of 9,802 homes include four golf courses, fishing lakes, an outdoor amphitheater, tennis courts, and pickleball courts.

Sun City Grand is in the city of Surprise, and a few minutes west of Sun City West. It’s also a 40-minute drive from Downtown Phoenix, and a few minutes closer to the White Tank Mountain Regional Park with its nature center and trails for hiking, biking, and horseback riding. The park’s RV sites can accommodate vehicles up to 45’ long. 

Homes at Sun City Grand start in the low $200s, and the smallest models are condos of 427 square feet with one bedroom, one bathroom, and a one-car garage. There are a few dozen models with the largest offering 3,388 square feet. These homes have three bedrooms, a den, two-and-a-half bathrooms, and a two-and-a-half-car garage.

Click here to request more information about Sun City Grand.

PebbleCreekGoodyear, AZ

Low $200s – Low $900s

Built by Robson, PebbleCreek is a gated community of 6,200 homes for the 45+ active adult. In addition to RV parking, the community amenities include two golf courses, two restaurants, and five pools, including one for visiting grandkids. 

PebbleCreek is about a 30-minute drive due west of Downtown Phoenix in the suburb of Goodyear, which has a growing population of roughly 80,000. It’s only a 15-minute drive from the Skyline Regional Park, an 8,700-acre mountain preserve with seven campsites that all offer RV parking. 

The smallest models at PebbleCreek have 1,272 square feet of space with two bedrooms, two bathrooms, and a two-car garage. The largest homes have 3,408 square feet and offer five bedrooms, three bathrooms, and a three-car garage. 

Click here to request more information about Pebblecreek.

Vista View ResortSierra Vista, AZ

Below $100K – Mid $100s

Vista View Resort is an Arizona community that offers both RV parking and RV storage. Its other amenities include a clubhouse, a fitness center, an outdoor pool and spa, a library, and hiking and biking trails. It’s a gated community of 355 single-family homes for the 55+ active adult. 

The community is on the eastern edge of Sierra Vista, a ten-minute drive from downtown. Sierra Vista has a population of about 45,000, and it’s a 20-minute drive southwest of the old western town Tombstone. It’s also surrounded by Arizona desert and mountains.

There are nine models to choose from at Vista View Resort. These start at 1,088 square feet with one bedroom, a den, one-and-a-half bathrooms, and a two-car garage. The largest homes have 1,865 square feet with three bedrooms, two bathrooms, and a two-car garage. 

Click here to request more information about Vista View Resort.

Westbrook VillagePeoria, AZ

Mid $100S – High $400s

Westbrook Village includes RV parking as one of its amenities. This community has 3,910 homes for the younger 40+ active adult. Its other amenities include two clubhouses, a Fine Arts and Learning Center, two golf courses, two restaurants, two outdoor pools, a ballroom, a fitness center, and sports facilities including tennis and bocce. 

Westbrook Village is in Peoria, a suburb of Phoenix with about 170,000 residents. The community is just over a ten-minute drive from the center of Peoria and a 30-minute drive from Downtown Phoenix. The hiking trails of the Peoria West Wing Mountain Preserve are a little over ten minutes away.

The smallest models here are condos of just under 1,000 square feet. Most condos have two bedrooms, two or two-and-a-half bathrooms, and a balcony or patio. The largest homes have 2,578 square feet with two bedrooms, a den, two bathrooms, and a three-car garage.

Click here to request more information about Westbrook Village. 

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