Those who live an RV lifestyle generally enjoy a slower pace with more freedom, but it comes with important considerations. Along with mindful budgeting, you need to consider how to receive mail while RVing. For short trips, this isn’t as much of a concern.
In the sunny southwest is the town of Buckeye, Arizona. Though a western suburb of Phoenix, Buckeye is better known for its outdoor activities. From massive mountain parks to zoos and golf courses, there are plenty of things to do in Buckeye.
Rocking, rolling, and ready for the future, Palm Creek Resort & Residences is celebrating its new makeover. Everything you already love about Palm Creek is still there, but with a fresh style that reflects our commitment to quality and excellence.
One of Arizona’s most stunning sights is a landscape of desert wildflowers. From small buds to large cacti blooms, the flowers are a spring staple in the Grand Canyon State. Several of the best spots for sighting these colorful plants are near our Arizona RV resorts.
Spring may not be in the air quite yet, but it's nearly time for baseball spring training! During this exciting time of year, we get a small taste of what’s to come with Major League Baseball teams gearing up for America’s favorite pastime.
The holidays are over, but snowbird season is just beginning. This time of year, thousands of RVers head south and west to find sunshine and warmer weather. For those snowbirds in Arizona, we’ve rounded up seven of the best attractions.
Sit back, relax, and get ready for the Southwest vacation of your dreams! Leaf Verde RV Resort is situated in Buckeye, Arizona, just outside of Phoenix. With a view dominated by towering purple mountains, Leaf Verde is an oasis for desert travelers.
A stay in the sun is just what you need this winter. Visit the Grand Canyon State and vacation at Palm Creek Golf & RV Resort. Our active 55+ resort offers community living and a gorgeous 18-hole golf course. What’s more, you can enjoy mountain views, multiple pools, and championship pickleball courts.
When the temperatures start dropping and the flurries begin flying, snowbirds get ready to hit the road. In search of sunny skies and warmer weather, individuals from all across the U.S. and Canada make it their mission to find great snowbird destinations.