Welcome to the AZ ARVC Membership Site!

Do you own an RV Park or Campground in Arizona?

If so, you should seriously consider joining the Arizona ARVC Association!

Our association includes senior resorts, remote campgrounds and family friendly RV Parks. Kick back on vacation as a knowledgeable and friendly staff takes care of your lodging needs and discover all the sites, services and events you want to explore.

Upcoming Legislation (May 2021)

Anti-Taxation Campaign:

The U.S. Senate is about to consider legislation that includes proposed taxation issues that could be detrimental to small businesses—including RV parks and campgrounds.

The legislation proposes raising the top capital gains rate to 39.6 percent and eliminating the stepped-up basis for inheritance, both of which could force the next generation of business owners to downsize or even sell their business just to pay the tax bill.

Letter to Senator Sinema:

Ever heard the song Stuck In The Middle With You by Stealers Wheel? It was a popular song in 1973, but today it could have been written about the two of us—you in the unenviable middle on several political issues and we, the hundreds of Arizonan private RV park, campground and glamping business owners, right there with you.

As small business owners we stand for lower taxation of private enterprises, along with the millions of campers who stay at our parks each year and do not want to see these cost burdens passed through to them. We hope you are with us.

We are mostly legacy businesses, going back 30, 40, even 50 years. You may know or have even stayed with one or more of us in the past. We represent the great outdoors, where people hike, bike and sleep under the stars and make memories that will last a lifetime. All we want is a chance to keep our businesses afloat, without being taxed to oblivion under the proposals soon to come through the Senate.

What is AZ ARVC?

Besides promoting RV Parks and Campgrounds in Arizona, AZ ARVC is engaged in protecting the rights of RVers and Campers and preserving their ability to continue to enjoy the great outdoors along with making certain that winter visitors have an easily accessible place to miss those cold winter months by staying in Sunny Arizona!