Pet Friendly Mobile Homes in Parks Mesa, AZ


Mesa is 20 miles east of Phoenix, AZ, and is bordered by Tempe on the west and the Salt River Pima Maricopa Indian community on the north. It is the third-largest city in Arizona and a popular retirement and winter resident area because of its warm weather throughout the year. Traveling to Mesa can be an adventure, but leaving a favorite pet behind can be nerve wracking. There are many pet friendly RV parks in Mesa.

Silver Spur Ranch RV

  • This RV park is located just off US-60, about 32 miles from Phoenix, and sits at an elevation of 1,241 feet above sea level. The park can accommodate 60 full RV hookups and has electric connections in both 30 amp and 50 amp. All RV lots have either a gravel or paved entrance and are shaded by trees. They can accommodate 5th wheels, motor homes, slide outs or travel trailers. The park is open year-round with office hours form 8 to 5, and pets are welcome.

Cherokee Village

  • Made for people aged 55 and older, this is a beautiful pet-friendly RV park, located between Mesa and Apache Junction, AZ. This RV park is near shopping areas, restaurants, golf clubs and museums. Residents either live here full-time, part-time or spend the winter. Home rentals are available for both short- and long-term.

Cielo Grande

  • Lined with palm and citrus trees, this small RV park is located in a quiet area of Mesa, Arizona. Its restive ambiance is ideal for members of the 55+ community and their pets. It is located close to important shopping areas, cultural centers, and medical facilities, making it a central location for both full- and part-time residents. Office hours are from 9 to 4 Monday through Friday.

Desert Vista RV Resort

  • Located within the newer adult RV communities in Mesa, yet set off in the quiet area of the city, this is a small pet friendly RV park with spacious sites and many planned adult social activities. The park is clean and set within the desert landscaped scenery and mountains, and views of the exquisite Arizona sunset.


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