8. Phoenix, Arizona
The capital of the southwestern U.S. state of Arizona, Phoenix has a lot of things to offer. From its official pride festival which has been held for 40 years, the 825-metre Camelback Mountain to Papago Park, which is basically 1,500 acres of desert landscape across Phoenix and Tempe containing golf courses, trails, seven acres of stocked fishing lagoons, picnic areas, sports facilities, rugged hills, and sandstone formations.
Pro tip: You should see the beauty of Phoenix from your RV. You can stay at the award-winning Desert’s Edge RV Village, which actually offers a pool, a game room, and a fitness center. The whole point of visiting Phoenix is to spend more time in nature, so make sure you’ll check Tempe Town Lake and Piestewa Peak.