My in laws ( healthy mid 60's) are flying in to Tucson to visit my family. We have three boys, ages 2.5, 4, and 9. We plan to rent a medium sized RV And drive North for a 3 night 4 day tour. For the dayswe have, I found only ONE camping site available, at Pine Flat Campground. so we'll be parking and sleeping there. Will it be cold in mid October? I'mexpecting chilly at night, warmish by day, correct? We hope to see many ruins, with casual stops for kid friendly eating (NOT fast food) and play breaks. We will not be bringing an extra vehicle, so we need to only go places accessible to a class C RV ( the little truck kind)
Day 1 I'm thinking wupatki ruins complex. Accessible by RV?
Recommendations for sandwich shop or kid tolerrant cafes in flagstaff?
Day 2 walnut creek, and possible nearby kid play park, etc?
Day 3 oak creek canyon. Will the water be unbearably freezing by mid October?
Kid tolerant cafe, sandwich place, deli etc in Sedona? Any good playgrounds in Sedona?
Cathedral in the rocks.
Day 4, heading back, we'll stop at Montezuma's castle and Then hopefully Fish Camp Hill
Any feedback on this itinerary for small kids? I believe these ruins are all pretty accessible for kids, and also for an approach by RV. Correct?