Arizona Cabin Rentals
In Arizona, we’re lucky to have relatively quick access to a wide variety of scenic options for outdoor enjoyment. From low Sonoran Desert, to high juniper studded mountains, those looking for adventure surely have options within the Grand Canyon State. These options transcend into just how each of us likes to enjoy these beautiful outdoor settings…Will you camp, or take advantage of our Arizona Cabin Rentals?
Arizona’s best cabin rentals are strategically located within several of your Arizona State Parks and offer amenities that make it easier to focus on nature, not accommodations. There are currently eight Arizona State Parks that offer cabin rentals, and the newest additions are at Lake Havasu, Lost Dutchman and Patagonia Lake state parks! Take a look below and choose which beautiful Arizona location is best for your cabin rental experience. Please check individual parks for pet policies.
Jump To: Alamo Lake | Dead Horse Ranch | Kartchner Caverns | Lake Havasu | Lyman Lake | Roper Lake | Lost Dutchman | Patagonia Lake
Alamo Lake Cabin Rentals
Alamo Lake State Park offers four rental cabins that overlook Alamo Lake and the surrounding desert. Each cabin features a covered wood porch and comfortable features. Cabins are furnished with two single, bunk style beds with mattresses (four beds total), one table, four chairs, electricity, two ceiling fans, lights, heat/air conditioning, and a lockable door. Campers must supply their own linens.
Rental cabins are accessible by car and RV and equipped with water and electric hook-ups outside. A picnic table, fire ring & charcoal grill make for a well-equipped outdoor setting. Cabins sleep up to four people, with a maximum capacity of six people. Restrooms and showers are within walking distance.
Alamo Lake cabin rentals are a popular choice for visitors that enjoy the water recreation this park is famous for. Did you know that Alamo Lake is Arizona's premier bass and crappie fishery? Anglers come from near and far to experience the great fishing of this Arizona destination first hand. The wide open waters are also revered by water skiers and boaters that enjoy plenty of room in which to participate in their form of water recreation.
Dead Horse Ranch Cabin Rentals
Comfortable camping cabins on the Verde River at Dead Horse Ranch State Park are tucked away from the other campgrounds for an ideal getaway for a weekend or a week! The cabins are variably furnished with a full-size bed, a bunk bed, table & chairs, dresser-drawer, ceiling fan with overhead light, and electricity. All cabins are complete with heat, AC, and stunning central Arizona atmosphere.
Campers must supply their own linens or sleeping bags and pillows. Each cabin has a barbecue grill and picnic table outside, plus a small individual fire ring. Shower facilities are only a short walk from all of the cabin and there is a shared ramada with barbecues and electricity that can also be shared by cabin guests.
The numerous trails and other Arizona State Parks in the area make Dead Horse Ranch a great central hub as you explore this beautiful and exciting part of Arizona. By renting a cabin, you can leave to each of the other exciting destinations in the area with peace of mind that your cozy cottage will be awaiting your arrival once the day is done, and you're ready to relax.
Kartchner Caverns Cabin Rentals
Experience all the fun of camping with a little more comfort and a little less hassle. Cabins at Kartchner Caverns State Park provide a perfect destination for family looking for a camping experience without the need for an RV or tent.
The cabins are located in the beautiful Sonoran desert of Kartchner Caverns State Park at the base of the Whetstone Mountains. Cabins are close to hiking trails and walking distance from the Discovery Center, caves, and other park amenities. Cabin guests provide their own linens or sleeping bags and pillows. Included: A queen bed, two twin bunk beds (sleeps six), electricity and AC/heating, microwave and mini fridge. Restrooms and showers are within walking distance. Everything you could possibly need in any of our Arizona cabin rentals right here in the gorgeous Southern Arizona desert!
There's a lot to explore at this southern Arizona destination. By renting a cabin, you will have a great spot to relax after enjoying one or both of the cave tours, hitting the trails, and learning at the park Discovery Center. Southern Arizona cabin rentals are few and far between, but Kartchner Caverns gives area visitors a great option while in the area.
Lake Havasu Cabin Rentals
Lake Havasu, Arizona
Right on the shores of the lake, you can enjoy the beauty of the park from one of 13 new camping cabins! Lake Havasu State Park is the latest park to add comfortable indoor camping options for visitors. The cabins have lakefront access and great views, as well as a queen-sized bed, two sets of bunk beds, table and chairs, ceiling fan with overhead light, and electricity. Cabins also have heating and air-conditioning! Each cabin also has a barbecue and picnic table outside, plus an individual fire ring. Brand-new family-style shower facilities are only a short walk from all of the cabins, making it a perfect way to experience the Colorado River.
There are tons of activities and fun at Lake Havasu State Park all year long, so take advantage of the gorgeous cabins and set yourself up for a weekend of relaxing, boating, fishing, or hiking. This hotspot along the river is a popular destination, and the cabins add another option for the memories.
Lyman Lake Cabin Rentals
St. Johns, Arizona
Eight rental cabins are available by reservation, all with beautiful views of this northeastern park. Each beautiful cabin has a panoramic view of Lyman Lake with covered porches and comfortable features. Enjoy beautiful Northern Arizona sunsets above the lake from one of Arizona's best cabin rentals!
Cabins are furnished with two to four single, bunk-style beds with mattresses, a table or bar counter, four chairs, electricity, light, heat, air conditioning, and a lockable door. Visitors must supply their own linens. Cabins are accessible by car or RV and come equipped with water and electric hook-ups outside. Picnic tables and charcoal grills make for a well-furnished outdoor setting. Restrooms and showers are within walking distance. Cabins sleep up to four people, with a maximum capacity of six people.
Lyman Lake is perfectly set-up for each of the eight cabin rentals. Enjoy hiking the local trails and taking a step back in time to learn about the many petroglyphs in the area. Lake enthusiasts can enjoy water skiing, and boating the large lake. Anglers have options here with many species of sportfish available. After being so active, it's nice to come "home" and relax in your Arizona State Park rental cabin.
Roper Lake Cabin Rentals
Eight cabins line the lake at Roper Lake State Park offering lots of recreational opportunities. Cabins at Roper Lake are variably furnished with bunk beds with mattresses and/or full-size beds with mattress. The cabins are outfitted with electricity and air-conditioning/heating and are placed within view of the amazing southern Arizona scenery this park is known for.
Please note that open flame (candles and stove burners) are not permitted in the cabins. Picnic tables and charcoal grills make for a well-equipped outdoor setting. Have dinner with a view each and every night of your visit! Restrooms and showers are within walking distance, and these beautiful cabins are available year-round.
This southeastern Arizona oasis is home to numerous bird and animal species, and gives visitors plenty of trail options in which to observe them. The lake contains a variety of sportfish species, although the largemouth bass population is robust and known locally for containing trophy fish! The lake is just steps outside the door, so your dinner may be waiting.
Lost Dutchman Cabin Rentals
Apache Junction, Arizona
Situated at the base of the historic, even mystical Superstition Mountains, these brand new cabin rentals provide world class sonoran desert views and are loaded with great amenities. Enjoy the park year-round and use your cabin rental as a central hub for your desert adventures.
Five two-three room cabins are available, all with beautiful views of the Superstition Mountains and surrounding Sonoran Desert landscape. These cabins make an ideal getaway for any weekend, weekday — or even a week. The cabins are furnished with a queen-sized bed, two sets of bunk beds, table and chairs, ceiling fan with overhead light, and electricity. Cabins also have heating and air-conditioning!
Experience everything that central Arizona has to offer and use your cabin rental as "home base" while you're out exploring the Sonoran Desert, and all of the amazing, super-adaptable plants and animals that call this unique ecosystem home.
Patagonia Lake Cabin Rentals
With a commanding view of this beautiful state park, the Patagonia Lake cabin rentals give visitors a home base for their southern Arizona adventures! Relax after a busy day of exploration while watching the sun go down behind beautiful Patagonia Lake.
The cabins are furnished with a queen-sized bed, two sets of bunk beds, table and chairs, mini-fridge, microwave, ceiling fan with overhead light, and electricity. Cabins also have heating and air-conditioning! Seven two-three room cabin rentals are available with beautiful views of the lake. The cabins are on the southeast end of the lake, which makes for a very scenic setting!
Truly great Arizona cabin rentals are available within several of your state parks, the new additions located within this southern Arizona oasis will add to the list very nicely! Enjoy the variety of birds and animals that frequent the area, take adventures, play hard, and rest easy in a cabin! Retire each night to the comfort of your cabin by the lake while recollecting your new memories.
To view the cancellation policy, and other terms and conditions see Reservation Terms & Conditions.
Donate to Arizona State Parks
Arizona’s state park system does not receive General Fund monies that the state generates through taxes. As a self-sustaining agency, it is vital to receive public support for ongoing costs and upgrades to the park system you enjoy.
How will your donation be used?
- Improvement projects like playgrounds, restrooms, and other infrastructure to improve park experiences
- Repairs to existing buildings and structures within the parks, including historic structures.
- Trail maintenance and construction
- Organized clean-ups throughout Arizona
- Park operational costs, including supplies and equipment to maintain the park.
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