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Experience a Canyon Full of the Best Activities at the Grand Canyon

Looking for the best activities available at the Grand Canyon? We have enough to fill a canyon. From natural splendor to historic sites, Arizona’s wonderous Grand Canyon makes it onto most visitors’ bucket lists, as well it should. Measured by the length of the Colorado River, the body of water that cuts through the near- […]

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Top 5 Tips for a Long-Term RV Stay: Common Sense and Comfort for RV Camping

If you have joined the ever-growing roster of long-term Rvers, and/or are looking at calling the open road your home, this is for you. Here are our top five tips to make your campsite a happy and comfortable home, while keeping you ready to move out when the wind blows right. Besides finding the perfect

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Light Up Your Holidays with a Stay at One of the Best RV Parks in Kingman

After a long haul on the open road, nothing can brighten your holiday more than a friendly smile, courteous staff, and a clean and comfortable place to park your RV—except maybe some Christmas lights! If you’re traveling in Arizona this holiday season, you don’t have to wait for Santa to put a present under the

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Thanksgiving Around Kingman, Arizona: Let’s Talk Turkey

November is here and that means it’s turkey time; a time when visitors may be looking for ways to celebrate Thanksgiving around Kingman, Arizona. From turkey trots to festive feasts, Zuni Village and RV Campground has rounded up the top five Thanksgiving events in and around the area. Park your RV in our clean, well-appointed

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Get “Petrified” This October With Arizona’s Fossilized Forests (but Don’t Be Scared of Monthly RV Rates)

Instead of ghosts and goblins this year, get “petrified” in a whole new way with Arizona’s fossilized forests—but don’t let monthly RV rates scare you away. Zuni Village RV Park has some great prices for travelers that are a real “treat” this spooky season. Longer stays allow you to hit all the popular haunts in

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Taking It Easy in Winslow, Arizona with the Annual Standin’ On the Corner Park Festival

If you’ve traded out your flatbed Ford for an RV and head out to the Zuni Village and RV Campground, don’t miss the chance to really channel your inner Eagle in nearby Winslow, Arizona at the annual Standin’ On the Corner Park Festival. Located just three hours from Kingman, the festival draws thousands of visitors.

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Round-Up Some Fun in Arizona: The World’s Longest Continuous Rodeo

Follow the herd to Payson, Arizona to experience roping contests, bull riding, and some good old-fashioned “clowning around” as real-life cowboys round up abundant fun at the Payson Rodeo Grounds. If you’re visiting Kingman and the Zuni Village and RV Park this August and want to experience a day trip with a truly western flair,

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A Picture Is Worth a Thousand Words: Flagstaff’s Picture Canyon

If archaeology is your jam, get ready to get your Indiana Jones on at Flagstaff’s Picture Canyon where the pictures say a thousand words. Flagstaff’s Picture Canyon is an important archaeological site, not just for scientists, but for visitors, too. Visitors to the site can view the numerous petroglyphs etched by the Northern Sinagua people.

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Going Batty: Arizona’s Mexican Free-Tailed Bats

Every year, Arizona welcomes thousands of visitors—including the Caped Crusader. Okay, so maybe not Batman, per se, but between May and September each year, nearly 20,000 Mexican Free-Tail bats flock to the Copper State. They fill the evening sky with the iconic symbol of Gotham’s famous superhero. If you’re a wildlife enthusiast or just looking

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