If you are a traveler exploring the country in an RV, you’ll surely want to visit these RV parks and campgrounds in the United States.
1. Durango RV Resort in Red Buff
Located on the Sacramento River, the Durango is an excellent RV resort for those looking for a high-end escape.
It comes with 174 spots, with all of them equipped with Powerhouse Pedestals that give electricity, cable television as well as high-speed Wi-Fi.
Here, you can meet other travelers in the clubhouses, at the outdoor fireplaces, and by the pool.
It also offers you an opportunity to go hiking with your pet at the 45-acre park followed by a scrub down at the automatic dog-washing station.
2. Redwood National Park
Redwood National Park is an excellent place if you are looking for an environment with tall trees as well as amazing oak woodlands. It offers vast RV grounds with an amazing wildlife experience. The park is also characterized by vast prairies as well as rich cultural practices.
3. Zion River Resort
Located in Utah and near Zion National Park, this RV resort provides a variety of affordable RV sites depending on your preferences.
Zion RV Resort comes with a game room, fully-loaded kitchen, and concierge service.
It is an excellent choice if you are looking for an opportunity to kick back and relax close to one of America’s best National Parks. Here you can take advantage of fire rings, shade trees, free Wi-Fi, and cable television.
4. The Shady Dell RV Park
This park has limited RV sites, and so you’ll need to call in advance to reserve your spot. Shady Dell is a host to antique trailers.
They include the 1915 Royal Mansion with a king-size bed, private bathroom, leopard carpet, and breakfast nook, 1949 vintage Airstream, 1947 Tiki bus as well as an outrigger tiki bar.
5. Gulf State Park Campground
Gulf State Park offers about five hundred RV sites that come with covered pads and full hook-ups that allow visitors to sit in the woods or at the lakefront.
For hikers who can access the 25-mile beach at various points in the campground, with park naturalists offering controlled nature walks, this can be an excellent choice.
Amenities at this park include laundry facilities, bathhouses, swimming pools, tennis courts, bike rentals, and kayak rentals. So you’ll never get bored.
6. River Edge RV Park (Fairbanks, Alaska)
RV park in Fairbanks offers you the opportunity to sleep under the midnight sun. The park comes with 190 sites but maintains a peaceful vibe with well spread out rooms for guests.
Here you’ll get biking and walking trails to stretch your legs. You’ll also be served 3 square meals per day from Chena restaurant.
You don’t have to unhook the RV when you want to explore Fairbanks. You’ll just hop on a bus to Pioneer Park, Riverboat Discovery cruise, Trans Alaska Pipeline, as well as other nearby attractions.
7. Silver Spur RV Park and Resort
Silver Spur RV Park and Resort is an excellent choice if you are looking for a perfect family and group gateway.
Here you’ll get a playground, pool, fishing pond, as well as a pet park. You’ll also find lots of green space and facilities for both small and large groups.
Located in the beautiful Willamette Valley in Oregon coast, it’s close to all the wine tasting destinations and beautiful hiking trails.
8. Grand Canyon Railway RV Park
At Grand Canyons you will get access to free Wi-Fi, shower facilities, hot tub as well as an indoor swimming pool.
There’s an on-site resort where you can leave your Fido as you go to explore the Grand Canyon. You also get access to volleyball and basketball courts, picnic area, fitness trails and other facilities.
9. Bella Terra (Alabama)
This is an excellent choice if you are looking for one of a kind RV experience.
Bella Terra comes with large RV slots of 4500 square feet for guests.
You’ll also find a private movie theatre, a fully-stocked fishing lake, putting green, fitness center, and private bathhouses. Fishing expeditions, championship-level golf courses and many more await you outside the gate.
10. Yellowstone National Park
Yellowstone National Park is an excellent place if you are looking for attractive geographical formations as well as brilliant wildlife. You can park your RV at flag ranch, West Yellowstone RV Park, or Fishing Bridge RV Park and enjoy your visit.
If you’re planning to visit during the high season, book in advance as it gets full.