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RV Guide to Camping in Arizona State Parks is a nonfiction travel book written by Jacquelyn Brochman. Brochman is an avid camper who enjoys taking her travel trailer to state parks across the country. Arizona’s state parks are divided by their regional location within the state. There’s a map at the beginning of the book which shows all four regions and the fifteen state parks with their locations and nearby major highways. An at-a-glance table gives the number of spaces available, types and max length of sites, elevation, and whether wi-fi, satellite or cellular service is available for each park. The parks are listed alphabetically within each region. For each park, there are links for the park’s website, a campground map, weather information and a link for placing reservations. Brochman describes each park, gives directions to it, discusses optimal times to visit and gives a brief history of the area. Activities and events are also listed, as are comments made by campers. Brochman describes any camp stores and local services available.
I am also an avid camper and was pleased to discover Jacquelyn Brochman’s RV Guide to Camping in Arizona State Parks. The statewide map helped me plan out future camping trips, and the information given about each of the parks helped me optimally refine my plans. I especially loved the fact that the author gives you links to see each campsite in full color before you make that reservation. She also shades the sites that campers liked the best, and shares warnings such as noise, proximity to sewage and other unpleasantness. As someone who travels with canine companions, I appreciated learning about each park’s policies on access to beaches and the presence of dog runs within the parks. This book is chock-full of information about Arizona’s state parks, their history and the wildlife that one may encounter, and the extensive set of links will eliminate surprises and give readers even more ideas on how to enjoy their camping trip. RV Guide to Camping in Arizona State Parks is most highly recommended.