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Arizona’s Antelope Canyon: Where the “Slots” Always Pay

With Las Vegas less than two hours from Kingman, travelers to Arizona may think the slots in Sin City are a great reason to visit the area. But savvy visitors know where the “slots” always pay—Arizona’s Antelope Canyon. Antelope Canyon is a phenomenal natural wonder in the Lake Powell area—a decent day trip from Kingman …

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Trim the Tree with Ten Terrific Travel Tools

Whether you’re marveling at the spectacular colors of the Painted Desert, cozying together with a warm blanket and cocoa while watching the sunrise over the Grand Canyon, or making s’mores around a comfortable fire at Zuni Village RV Park—there’s a plethora of reasons to be a fan of camping in Arizona. If searching for the …

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Guns, Ghosts, and Graves: The Haunted History of Two Guns, Arizona

The air is thick with history and haunts at this Arizona ghost town, an easy day trip from Kingman and Zuni Village RV Park. From an Apache “death cave” to curses, it’s murder and madness with some supernatural thrown in for good measure. Crumbling ruins form the skeletal remains of what was once a thriving …

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Bearizona: A Wildlife Experience and a “Beary” Good Time

It’s time to get wild on your next visit to Kingman, Arizona and Zuni Village RV Park! With a quick jaunt east toward Flagstaff, you can enjoy a 160-acre drive through the picturesque Kaibab National Forest and view North American animals in natural habitats at Bearizona Wildlife Park. Or meander at your leisure on the …

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Fairytales Do Come True: Arizona’s Castle in the Cliffs

If you’re looking for a vacation experience that will make you feel like royalty, you must visit Montezuma’s Castle, a ruddy, architectural wonder carved into the cliffs of Camp Verde, Arizona. Coupled with a quick jaunt to nearby Montezuma’s Well, this National Parks Registry site is only a day trip from Kingman and the Zuni …

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Light Up Your Life: Creative Outdoor Lighting Choices for Your Campsite

 The flickering evening glow from a campsite has always been one of the unique details about camping that makes it a truly magical experience. From s’mores around a crackling campfire to the twinkle of delicate fairy lights, choosing the right lighting is just as much a part of the camping experience as where you choose …

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Throwing in the Towel: An Unexpected RV Life Hack to Make Packing Easier

Ah. Spring is blooming. Summer beckons from the horizon. While many RV travelers are looking forward to getting back out on the road again to enjoy the wide open vistas of places like Kingman, Arizona, there’s one thing many travelers would rather avoid… packing. Even with the amenities and convenience well-appointed campgrounds like Zuni Village …

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Arizona’s Lost World: Fossils, Formations, and Fine Dining in Grand Canyon

Lights! Camera! Action! Okay. So, Kingman, Arizona may not be exactly Hollywood, but in nearby Peach Springs, get ready to cast yourself in a Spielberg-worthy adventure 345 million years in the making. Visitors to Zuni RV Village Campground never have to « dig deep » to find unique experiences. In less than an hour’s drive, …

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