If you’re looking to go on a cross-country trip anytime soon, investing in an RV would be the best decision you could make. After all, why be cramped in a four-door car when you can be together in a spacious vehicle with a lot of resting room?
Not just that but we are sharing with you the cherry on top to your camper travels… beautiful parks to place your room on wheels! Here is a list of beautiful RV parks that you can dock your RV and enjoy your vacation.
1. Adirondack Gateway (New York)
Located in Upstate New York, the Adirondacks Resort has everything from swimming, basketball courts, and fishing! The area offers whitewater rafting and tubing! The icing on the cake here is that Six Flags Great Escape is also nearby. If you are a pet lover and have your furry loved ones traveling along, the RV park is very pet-friendly! This is the place for those that enjoy activity and thrill seeking!
2. Malaekahana Beach Campground (Hawaii)
Just going to Hawaii is a treat in itself, but going to Hawaii in an RV would be an interesting experience. Yes, there’s no way you could physically get your RV across the ocean but you can easily rent one! The Malaekahana offers a vehicle-based area for those traveling for a small fee. There are surfboards, kayaks, and many more things you can rent to make your stay at this RV park memorable one.
3. Lakeview RV Park (Tennessee)
Located in Bluff City, this RV park the ideal place for all water-based fun right on the lake, such as renting boats and enjoying the lake! Many guests love watching the sunset right on Boone Lake! Pet lovers can bring their animals to the pet playground and allow your pet to mingle with others. If you also enjoy golfing, you are able to play in the park. For about $40 dollars per night, you can get a sweet cable network hookup if you enjoy a nice night indoors!
4. Wine Country RV Resort (California)
For all of the Wine lovers out there, this place should be on your bucket list! For a fee of $100, you are treated to the finest wine garden in the country. This RV park offers WiFi, laundry, playgrounds, and even a hot tub. If you are looking for an elegant trip, this might be the place to vacation!
5. Stone Mountain State Park (Georgia)
Known as Georgia’s main attraction, Stone Mountain offers everything from railroad rides, Skyrides, and even laser shows! There are many things offered here such as WiFi, laundry access, grills and decks to relax on at this RV park.
6. Carlye Lake Dam West (Illinois)
Known as Illinois’ largest man-made lake, the Carlyle Lake Campground offers activities you can do such as fishing, swimming, biking, and of course hiking! Not to mention that they also host sailing races for you to enjoy watching and even participating in. For a fee of between $18-52 per night, you can have access to electricity, boat storage, and bikes at the RV park.
7. Henderson Beach State Park (Florida)
Zane and I road-tripped from Atlanta down to Florida, then along the gulf coast and back to Texas. In Destin we camped at Henderson Beach State Park. They have one of the cleanest beaches I’ve ever been on, with pristine white sands and far less crowds than the surrounding resort beaches. Each campsite was cut out of thick vegetation, providing a sense of isolation even though the park is in the middle of a bustling coastal city. . . . #hendersonbeach #hendersonbeachstatepark #destin #florida #beach #camping #nature #naturelovers #naturephotography #wildlife #wildlifephotography #statepark #gulfofmexico #gulfcoast #gulfshores
This park located in Destin, Florida has about 60 campsites for your choosing pleasure. With a beautiful site of the Gulf of Mexico, you might experience a hard time leaving this park. You are treated to amazing playgrounds and a nature trail if you are someone that loves a good adventure. For only $30 per night, you can enjoy a nice vacation right in the south!
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