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Roamly greets Arizona

Here at Roamly, we are overjoyed to be bringing our full suite of RV insurance policies to the beautiful state of Arizona! With gorgeous scenery anywhere you look, Arizona is one of the top states in the country for RV travel. To keep you happy and healthy out on the road, we hope to provide you with top-of-the-line RV insurance for your Arizona adventures. 

Our RV insurance policy offerings cover everything you could need while driving through Arizona. This ranges from general liability coverage to our full-timer’s policy, which covers those who’ve decided to make their RV their home. Your time in Arizona should be spent absorbing glorious natural landscapes and discovering parts of the world you’ve never seen before and not worrying about how you’ll pay for some sudden accident! Roamly’s policies will help you pay for any accidents or mishaps that you might encounter in your travels, allowing you to rest easy and have the incredible experience that you should.


No two Arizona RV trips are the same— and neither is the insurance to go with it! Get a quote from Roamly based on your location, your RV, and more. 

Horseshoe Bend, Arizona

Horseshoe Bend, Arizona

Why Roamly loves Arizona

RVing is an absolute dream in Arizona— and we’re excited to tell you why! 

Arizona’s geography is more diverse than most people think, which is a major advantage for RV lovers looking to see new landscapes. If you stick to the southern parts of Arizona, you can expect to bask in the sunny desert climate that’s often associated with the state. You can choose to soak up the sun there, or, if you’d rather, you can have a completely different adventure in the northernmost parts of the state. Here, you’ll find mountain ranges, huge forests, and steep canyons. 

Climate also varies depending on where you are. In the south, you can expect blistering summer temperatures during the day. It’s important to be well prepared for the heat if you plan to explore the vast deserts and canyons here. On the other hand, the northern parts and higher altitudes of Arizona experience more moderate temperatures and are prone to getting heavy snowfall in the winter months. With arid deserts and plentiful winter snow being contained in the same state, this is a great place to explore the world in your RV.


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Arizona was the last state in the Southwest to become a state following the Mexican-American War and the Gadsden Purchase. Life and the economy in Arizona boomed in the following century as more people moved in and major cities like Phoenix and Tucson became suburban hubs. Today, the state’s population is over 7 million people, and the economy is more robust than ever before.

Government, health care, and transportation industries are still the largest pieces of Arizona’s economy, but food service and financial services have become increasingly large in recent decades. Copper mining is another important component of Arizona’s economy and remains a mainstay of its exports. The state has come a long way from its origins relying on cattle, cotton, and citrus production. 

Grand Canyon National Park

Grand Canyon National Park

Arizona and the tourism industry

It should come as no surprise that a beautiful state full of so many natural wonders like Arizona has a major tourism industry. Grand Canyon National Park, hailed as one of the seven wonders of the world, has drawn many a crowd for decades on end. 

And although Arizona is widely famous for the Grand Canyon, its plethora of other natural landscapes has given it a reputation as the ultimate travel destination for any would-be explorers and adventurers. There’s so much to see and do for people from all walks of life, whether you’d prefer to hike up a mountain trail or explore a bustling city. 


Wondering where you should take your RV next? Check out our list of most popular National Parks for RVers to get in on the action.

This versatility is part of what makes Arizona perfect for RV traveling. You can spend a day in the city treating yourself to a spa or a shopping spree and find yourself deep in an enchanting forest by the next afternoon. Visitors congregate from all over the world in Arizona because it contains sights and experiences unlike any other. 

Other state beauties include the Arizona Snowbowl, which offers excellent skiing, the White Mesa Arch, a rock structure in Navajo lands that’s perfect for stargazing, and Lake Havasu State Park with its sunny white-sand beaches, to name a few. 

On top of being such a gorgeous place, Arizona is rich in culture as well. The Phoenix Art Museum should be a huge pull for any art enthusiasts out there and is said to display more visual art than any other exhibit in the southwestern United States. Arizona’s red rocks and arid climate in parts of the state have also drawn attention from filmmakers and musicians. Many Westerns have been shot here and numerous country singers have paid tribute to the great state’s glory. 

Sports lovers have plenty to enjoy in Arizona as well! Multiple Super Bowls have been hosted at the State Farm Stadium (with another tentatively scheduled for 2023), and the PGA Tour and NASCAR both make frequent stops in Arizona. 

Page, Arizona at Night

Page, Arizona at Night

Adventure with Roamly in Arizona

It’s clear that Arizona is ripe for all sorts of grand adventure, but with any great adventure comes inherent risk, as well. That’s why we want to set you up with all the coverage you need to minimize risk and maximize fun on your trip. 

There isn’t an RV insurance company quite like Roamly in Arizona, with our policies protecting you from all sorts of accidents that could happen— all at a low cost. Our collision coverage will help guard you in transitioning from the southern desert to the ice-slick roads in the north, and our full-timers’ policy is perfect for anyone looking to stick it out in Arizona for the long haul. 

Liability coverage is required at minimum to legally drive your RV in Arizona, but why stop there? You should take advantage of all the state has to offer without worrying about paying out of pocket if something happens while you travel. Our suite of well-rounded RV insurance policies will cover you in practically any situation, and with savings of up to 25%, it’s a deal you can’t beat. Let Roamly help make your Arizona vacation the trip of a lifetime.

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