Arizona - Tucson
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Arizona - Tucson
3 Campers Found

The best campervan rentals near Tucson, AZ

The Sonoran Desert is famous for dramatic beauty, like views of spectacular cactus species including the giant saguaro, an enduring symbol of the American Southwest. It’s the perfect area for a campervan rental vacation.

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2021 Entegra Coach Ethos Luxury Van with All the Amenities!

Entegra Ethos

High Top in Gilbert

Sleeps2
Seats4
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$269/ night
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2021 Entegra Coach Ethos Luxury Camper Van

Entegra Ethos

High Top in Gilbert

Sleeps2
Seats4
100%
$269/ night
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“Four Peaks” Mercedes Camper Van- Great for family adventures! Luxury C

Mercedes Benz Sprinter 144"

High Top in Tempe

Sleeps4
Seats4
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$225/ night

Tuscon has Old West roots that recall guest ranches, horseback rides, and cattle drives, but you’ll also find yourself smack-dab in a hub of spas, resort hotels, and championship golf courses. Find a campervan rental and explore Saguaro National Park during your stay.


We recommend a campervan rental trip to Oro Valley and the Santa Catalina State Park. Landscapes can range from sandy desert speckled with cacti to impressive groves of aspen and pine, making hiking an all-season sport. There are more than 2,700 climbing routes, ranging from single pitch clip-ups to multi-pitch traditional routes. 

Tucson Fun Facts

Cyclists should consider dropping by on the last Saturday before Thanksgiving for El Tour de Tucson, Arizona's largest and longest-running cycling event. The series of races attract more than 9000 bike enthusiasts per year and usually raises about $2 million for local charities.

Saguaro, an icon of Southwest USA can take up to 7 years to reach 5” tall. It will reach 6’ at about 50+ years of age, its first branch around 75 years, and full maturity height of up to 45’ at 175+ years.

Towering above the downtown, Sentinel Peak, with its dark base is how the area got its name. The native Tohono O’odham people called this landmark Ts-iuk-shan, which is a corruption of their word for “black base.” Spaniards later turned Ts-iuk-shan into Tucson.

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