SOURCE: Arizona Camping Club

Arizona Camping Club's Self-Guided Camping Trips in Arizona

January 17, 2011 11:28 ET

Arizona Self-Guided Camping Trips Provide Cost-Effective, Pristine Group and Family Vacations to Arizona's Grand Canyons, Sedona's Red Rocks and Flagstaff's National Forests

Self-Guided Camping Trips Make It Easy to Plan Trips for Families and Large Groups to Go Hiking, Backpacking, ATV Riding, Horseback Riding, Kayaking and Fishing at Arizona's Best Campgrounds

PHOENIX, AZ--(Marketwire - January 17, 2011) - Planning a trip to Arizona? Looking for a free group or family campground to visit? If so, you are not alone. According to the Arizona Office of Tourism more than 35.3 million travelers visit Arizona each year to tour popular spots such as the North Rim of the Grand Canyon, Lake Powell in Glen Canyon, Oak Creek Canyon in Sedona and the mountaintop lakes along the Mogollon Rim in the Coconino National Forest near Flagstaff.

To find the best camping spots in Arizona, many campers are turning to the Arizona Camping Club (ACC) (http://www.arizonacampingclub.com) and Lower Gear (http://www.lowergear.com) for expert advice to help them plan custom-tailored "Arizona Self-Guided Camping Trips." The ACC provides expert camping consultants to help campers plan trips throughout Arizona and Lower Gear supplies all the rental camping gear.

The ACC's camping consultants work closely with families and large group organizers such as tour guides, travel agents, scout leaders, youth ministers, field-trip planners and corporate team building event planners to make it as easy as possible to plan a first-class camping trip.

The ACC camping consultants listen carefully to each group's camping needs, skill levels, and equipment rental requirements. Next, they research, organize and build a customized self-guided travel itinerary, a suggested food menu, a recommended outdoor adventure activity list and the exact driving directions to the campsite, complete with GPS coordinates for every turn.

The ACC makes it very easy for organizers to manage camping events online and communicate important trip details. Once a camping trip's itinerary has been finalized it can be posted to an online event calendar so that friends, families, parents and group members can review the trip details and pay online with a credit card.

Organizers can keep track of payments, edit event details and automatically send updates such as weather forecasts or final travel directions to all team leaders or the entire camping group.

No camping gear? No problem. Lower Gear rents a wide variety of camping gear including backpacks, tents, sleeping bags, sleeping pads, cooking equipment, GPS units, hot shower tents, portable bathrooms, and other camping gear that make camping trips a comfortable experience.

Need a little more adrenalin? Consider renting ATVs, dirt bikes, rhinos, kayaks, canoes, RVs, toy haulers, jet skis or a pontoon fishing boat to add a little extra excitement.

Looking for something unique? A favorite item for many large groups has been camping in authentic Indian tipis (teepees), which can sleep up to 10 adults or sit up to 20 people in circle around the warm glow of a campfire.

Call 602-326-0940 or visit these links:

1. http://www.meetup.com/arizona-camping-trips/pages/Best_Places_to_Camp_in_Arizona/
2. http://www.meetup.com/arizona-camping-trips/pages/Arizona_Self-Guided_Camping_Trips/
3. http://www.meetup.com/arizona-camping-trips/pages/Arizona_Indian_Tipi_Camping_Trips/

Contact Information

  • Contact:
    Robert Hoskins
    (602) 326-0940