RV camping doesn’t have to mean “roughing it.” You can travel in style by visiting one (or more!) of the best RV parks in the U.S. Here are a few of our favorites.
Do you cringe when you hear the word camping? You must imagine tents, dirt, and no showers.
While camping is not for everyone, taking an RV out for a spin is hardly “roughing it.” You can have all the comforts of a house while still being open for adventure.
Lots of people have the same idea. In fact, 10 million American households own an RV.
If you’ve ever thought about what it would be like to explore the great outdoors, an RV could be the solution. But where would you take your RV to?
Keep reading this article to learn about the best RV parks in the U.S.
1. Denali National Park and Preserve
If you’re looking for the ultimate RV campground experience, then you need to put Denali National Park on the top of your list. This national park is located in Alaska in the center of nature and spectacular wildlife.
The park has three RV-friendly campgrounds: Riley Creek, Teklanika River, and Savage River.
Keep in mind you have to make a reservation far in advance through a third party–the National Park doesn’t handle the reservations.
2. Yosemite National Park
Without a doubt, if you plan on taking your RV for a spin, you have to visit the legendary Yosemite National Park.
Yosemite National Park has ten RV campsites for you to choose from. Be aware that electrical, sewer and water hookups won’t be available. The only dump station is available at Upper Pines campground, so you should go prepared.
Also, campgrounds at Yosemite book fast, so make sure you book as early as possible.
3. Fernwood Campground and Resort
You’ve probably thought about taking a road trip down the Pacific Highway at some point in your life.
Well if you own an RV, why not make this a reality? Fernwood Campground and Resort is right in the heart of Big Sur, California.
RV campsites have access to water and electricity so you can enjoy nature without giving up some comforts.
4. Crater Lake RV Park
If you’ve always dreamed of exploring the Pacific Northwest, it’s time you take your RV to Crater Lake RV Park.
It’s recommended you plan for at least a week in order to experience everything there is to see.
The campsite has access to 30, 40, and 50 amp hook-ups and access to telephone lines.
Also, they have free wi-fi, so you don’t have to feel disconnected from the outside world. Not to mention you’ll have access to clean bathrooms and showers.
5. LVM Resort
If you think enjoying an RV resort is always about getting in touch with nature, then we should let you know that there are RV resorts that are all about luxury rather than “nature” and “the great outdoors”.
LVM Resort in Las Vegas is an RV luxury resort located only minutes from the strip.
This resort offers all of the amenities of a 5-star hotel but you can sleep in the familiarity of your RV.
LMV has a full-size swimming pool, two whirlpools, and even a tanning pool. Visitors can also enjoy the clubhouse, on-site restaurant, fitness center, and spa.
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Now that you know about some of the best RV parks in the U.S., it’s time to take your RV for a spin.
So where is it going to be, LVM, Denali, or Yosemite? And if there are a few more you think others should know about please share them in the comments! We would love to update this article with more of the Best RV Parks in the U.S. in several months.
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