The Best RV Parks in Every State
Park yourself and your vehicle at these best RV parks in every state, perfect for travelers who like to see the world from the comfort of their home on wheels, and you'll surely be a happy camper!
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Plan your RV road trip
If you’re looking to hit the road this summer and searching for the best RV parks, you’ve come to the right place. Maybe you’re an experienced RV enthusiast, maybe you’ve never been in one—regardless, these RV parks are worth your attention. After finding the perfect campground, you can look into RV prices, the different types of RV and learn how to plan a road trip. Who knows, maybe you’ll love it so much you’ll convert to RV living year round.
RVing is all about exploring the great outdoors in your own unique way. Whether you’re a minimalist seeking to disconnect and enjoy the simple life or a glamper who enjoys luxury camping with all the amenities of home on the road, there’s an RV style for everyone.
From boondocking on public land in free camping areas to indulging in fancy RV parks, there’s no wrong way to camp in an RV. Even if you’re seeking the ultimate RV experience with top-notch facilities and extravagant amenities filled with endless opportunities to roast marshmallows and tell campfire stories, surely one of these best RV parks in the U.S. might be just what you’re looking for.
How we chose the best RV parks
We didn’t just choose these RV parks by throwing a dart at a map. We combined expert recommendations, user reviews and star ratings to make sure you’re getting the best of the best. And we didn’t stop there: We verified all the info to make sure these parks are still top-notch.
As an RV camper with more than 10 years of experience traveling the roads of Montana, Idaho and beyond—learning about camping and exploring some of the best hiking trails along the way—I can say with confidence that I know what makes a great RV campground. From stunning views and accommodating amenities to friendly staff and clean facilities, the little things add up when you’re RV camping. And these campgrounds are truly the cream of the crop.
So, sit back, relax and get ready for your next adventure at one of these incredible RV parks!
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Alabama: Gulf State Park Campground, Gulf Shores
Choose from nearly 500 RV sites with full hookups and paved pads at Gulf State Park, with options to set up lakefront or in the woods. It’s ideal for hikers, who can access the 25-mile Hugh Branyon Backcountry Trail at several points throughout the campground, where park naturalists are available to offer guided nature walks. (If you’re a hiking enthusiast or new to hiking, here are some of the best hiking trails to check out.) Oh, and USA Today named the Hugh S. Branyon Backcountry Trail the best recreational trail in the country for 2023.
Amenities include air-conditioned bathhouses, laundry facilities, tennis courts, a swimming pool with splash pad, kayak rentals and bike rentals, so there’s never a moment to get bored. Rates range from about $62 to $83 per day.
Alaska: Edgewater Lodge RV Resort, Soldotna
Located on the banks of the Kenai River, Edgewater Lodge RV Resort puts guests in the heart of the best salmon fishing spot in Alaska, which is home to a 97-pound King Salmon. RV sites are just a short walk to the river, and the resort is also close to Kenai National Wildlife Refuge, complete with bears, caribou, moose, sheep and other wildlife. You’ll also find fish cleaning tables, fishing charters, laundry and shower facilities. The RV resort is open May 15 to Labor Day. The sites also have water and electric and cost between $30 and $65 per night. And if you’re planning a long road trip to Alaska from the U.S., be sure to pack some of the best road trip snacks!
Arizona: Grand Canyon Railway RV Park, Williams
Did you know there’s an RV park that will provide you with a high-definition digital TV? You’ll find it near the Grand Canyon, in Williams, Arizona. The park also comes with free Wi-Fi, access to an indoor swimming pool and hot tub at the Grand Canyon Railway Hotel, as well as shower facilities. Leave Fido at the on-site pet resort while you’re exploring the Grand Canyon, and enjoy basketball and volleyball courts, horseshoes and a picnic area—all for no more than $59.99 per night. This RV park would make a great stop on the ultimate American road trip.
Arkansas: Wanderlust RV Park, Eureka Springs
Just a few miles east of Eureka Springs, Arkansas, a Victorian town that sees more than a million tourists each year, Wanderlust RV Park is a 46-acre property set on a scenic ridge that overlooks a deep valley perfect for viewing sunsets. Filled with trees, flowers and shrubbery, the park often attracts deer, birds and other wildlife. There’s a trolley to take visitors into town, and prices at its 85 full-hookup sites range from $34.88 to $59.95 per night. Before hitting the road to Arkansas, a road trip essentials checklist can really come in handy.
California: Wine Country RV Resort, Paso Robles
Located in San Luis Obispo County’s Paso Robles wine region, the Wine Country RV Resort has an on-site wine garden where they regularly host events, and it’s just a short drive from Hearst Castle and several hot springs. At a cost of $72 to $109.22 per night, the resort provides Wi-Fi access, restroom and shower facilities, a laundry, swimming pool and hot tub, playground and game room. On the way to this family-friendly all ages RV resort, be sure to pack some camping games.
Colorado: Elk Meadow Lodge/RV Park, Estes Park
Want to explore Rocky Mountain National Park by RV? Estes Park is the perfect home base, with Elk Meadow Lodge right at the entrance to the park and open May through October. Just a mile from the town of Estes Park, the resort has an outdoor pool and hot tub, bathhouse, laundry, live entertainment in the lodge, a variety of games and a playground—and throughout your stay, you’ll have mountains as your backdrop. Rates run from $72 to $87. Of course, before you hit the open road to travel to Colorado, check out some of the best free road trip apps so you’re prepared.
Connecticut: Odetah Camping Resort, Bozrah
This amazing RV resort has its own spa services, letting guests choose from facials, massages and pedicures. If that isn’t enough, it also has a movie theater, splash pad water-play area, two restaurants, delivery service and an outdoor pool with a Jacuzzi, where the resort hosts DJ pool parties throughout camping season. The resort is also close to lakes and beaches where visitors can swim, fish or rent canoes, kayaks or rowboats from the camp boathouse. Full-hookup rates start from $60 per night. This luxury camping RV resort is family-friendly and sure to be an adventure to remember.
Delaware: Lums Pond State Park, Bear
Stay a night or two at Lums Pond, a 200-acre freshwater pond, where visitors can fish, hike, horseback ride, disc golf, boat or try the Go Ape Treetop Adventure Course filled with obstacles, climbs and zip lines. On site, you’ll find a picnic area where you can enjoy some easy make-ahead camping meals, a hot meal from your grill or a snack from the campground concessions. You’ll also find clean showers, a playground and a boat launch area. Costs are between $35 and $65 for both water and electric and pull-through sites, depending on the season.
Florida: Henderson Beach State Park, Destin
How does a view of the Gulf of Mexico from your RV sound? A stay at Henderson Beach State Park along Florida’s panhandle will afford you such views along 6,000 feet of natural shoreline with boardwalks, pavilions for picnicking, a playground and a pet-friendly nature trail. The park has 60 campsites with water and electric, an air-conditioned and heated bathhouse and a laundry facility. RV camping fees start at $40 per night. If you like luxury camping, you may want to add some of these other amazing American campsites to your bucket list.
Georgia: Stone Mountain State Park, Stone Mountain
With 250 campsites to choose from, with full or partial hookups, you can rest your head at this fun RV park just north of Atlanta. Located at Stone Mountain State Park, Georgia’s top attraction, sites offer perks like gas grills, wooden decks, Wi-Fi, views of Stone Mountain Lake, cable and laundry facilities, for between $42 and $65 per night. There is so much to do at Stone Mountain, like riding the railroad, taking the Scenic Skyride, enjoying the nighttime laser light show and an adventure ropes course.
Hawaii: Malaekahana Beach Campground, Kahuku
There aren’t many RV options in Hawaii due to the obvious difficulties of getting your RV across the Pacific Ocean, but there are a few places to pull up and camp should you rent an RV on the island. Malaekahana Beach Campground on Oahu’s north shore offers fantastic ocean views and beach access. There is a dedicated vehicle camping area, which you may be sharing with others, available for $10 per night with an outdoor beach shower and toilets. When you rent your RV, a solar option may be best, as you won’t find any full hookups here. But you will have an ocean view! You can also rent kayaks, surfboards and stand-up paddleboards on site.
Idaho: Y Knot Winery and RV Park, Glenn’s Ferry
Exploring the Oregon Trail? Put Y Knot Winery and RV Park on your list, which is on the site of a winery and golf course. Crossings Winery is one of the state’s oldest locally and family-owned wineries and offers wine tastings seven days a week, as well as winery tours on the weekends. The winery also has both a tavern and a restaurant along with a nine-hole golf course. The RV park offers full hookups with 30 long pull-through spaces for between $25 and $45 per day. While you’re traveling through Idaho, be sure to avoid common travel mistakes like packing the wrong shoes or forgetting to let your bank know you’re taking a trip—especially if you’re traveling across the U.S. with your RV.
Illinois: Carlyle Lake Dam West Campground, Carlyle
About 50 miles east of St. Louis on Carlyle Lake, Illinois’s largest man-made lake, this campground and RV park is ideal for water activities like fishing, sailing, biking and hiking. The 26,000-acre lake hosts annual sailing races and regattas and is home to various wildlife and fish, including catfish, bass, drum and bluegill. The grounds have 109 RV sites, which offer electricity and cost $26 to $80 per night, with access to a marina, boat storage, playground, biking and hiking trails and an amphitheater that hosts educational programs. And when you’re done playing on the water on Carlyle Lake, try winding down with some classic family camping movies.
Indiana: Lake Rudolph Campground and RV Resort, Santa Claus
Lake Rudolph Campground and RV Resort has tons of activities for the family: water parks, pools, basketball, game rooms and paddleboats. The resort has standard, super and deluxe sites with full hookups, starting at $35 in the off-season and $75 in peak season—when you may also need to spend a minimum of two nights. Take the whole family for a fun getaway to nearby Holiday World & Splashin’ Safari amusement park, known for their free sodas and sunscreen.
Iowa: Amana RV Park and Event Center, Amana
Get in touch with your German heritage at this RV park located in the heart of the state’s historic Amana Colonies. The colonies are made up of seven National Historic Landmark villages that were once home to a religious group of immigrants who faced persecution in their home country of Germany. Today, you’ll find historic buildings, boutiques, wineries and German restaurants. The Amana RV Park puts you close to the action with more than 200 full-hookup sites for $42 nightly, including free Wi-Fi and a laundromat.
Kansas: Deer Creek Valley RV Park, Topeka
Centrally located to shopping, restaurants and Lake Shawnee just off Interstate 70, the Deer Creek Valley RV Park has entirely concrete sites with landscaping and trees on the grounds, with enough space to easily fit all your camping gear—like a cozy hammock. You’ll also find an in-ground pool open during the warmer months, a fenced pet play area and a playground. There are also restrooms, showers and a laundry, as well as LonnieQ’s BBQ restaurant just outside the park. Its pull-through sites with full hookups and electric, sewer, water, Wi-Fi and cable TV are $46 to $52 nightly.
Kentucky: Green River Lake State Park, Campbellsville
Ideal for water lovers, Green River Lake State Park sits along the 8,200-acre Green River Lake, with a marina, boat slips, restaurant and boat rentals. The 1,300-acre RV park and campground features an 18-hole miniature golf course, 28 miles of hiking trails, a beach, picnic area, plentiful fishing and a playground. You’ll also find Wi-Fi at their more than 150 standard electric hookup sites, available for around $40 per night. If you’re traveling through Tennessee near Kentucky on your road trip, check out some of these unusual places to stay.
Louisiana: Fontainebleau State Park, Mandeville
Located on the site of the ruins of a former sugar mill, built in 1829 along Lake Pontchartrain, Fontainebleau State Park features a sandy beach, a former railroad track converted to a walking trail and a nature trail with signs denoting trees and bird species. This RV park is ideal for birders too. There are 19 pull-through RV sites, some with sewage, water and electric—and some without—ranging in price from $25 to $33 per night.
Maine: Sandy Pines Campground, Kennebunkport
Sandy Pines Campground sits within a beach forest in Kennebunkport and is home to 150 RV sites with access to electric and water hookups, starting at $60 per night. They regularly host social events like lobster bakes, ice cream socials and live outdoor music. You’ll also find amenities like a snack bar, park-wide Wi-Fi, biking, kayaking and stand-up paddleboard rentals. They have a heated pool, playground and outdoor games like giant Jenga, bocce, badminton and volleyball. If you’re camping with pets, you’ll be happy to know that Sandy Pines allows two dogs per site. Be sure to check out the general store, which has an entire section dedicated to s’mores!
Maryland: Woodlands Camping Resort, Elkton
Woodlands Camping Resort in Elkton, Maryland, has a special commitment to honoring U.S. veterans and maintains a special area called Veterans Circle, where they hold a remembrance service each Memorial Day. The resort, which charges $55 nightly for its full-hookup sites, is family-friendly with lots of outdoor game options, including basketball, wiffle ball, volleyball and badminton, and they host regular events from April through early November. There’s also a large swimming pool, fishing pond and hiking and biking trails. If you’re a veteran or one of the gold star families, you can also enter all the U.S. national parks for free.
Massachusetts: Sun Retreats, Dennis Port
Vacation in beautiful Cape Cod at Sun Retreats, an RV resort on Nantucket Sound. The only campground with its own private swimming beach on the sound, the gated resort offers premium full-hookup sites and provides convenient access to Martha’s Vineyard, historic lighthouses and Cape Cod National Seashore, starting a $90 per night. Features of the resort include mini-golf, basketball courts, billiards, an on-site store and snack bar, a playground and a covered pavilion. Sites enjoy Wi-Fi and cable TV access, as well as restroom and shower facilities. From luxury RVs to travel trailers, all RV types are welcome.
Michigan: Double RR Ranch RV Resort & Golf, Belding
There’s plenty to do at Double RR Ranch RV Resort near Grand Rapids, Michigan, located on the Flat River. Enjoy Saturday night hayrides, western trail rides on horseback, tubing, kayaking or canoeing the river. They also have a nine-hole golf course, a softball field, basketball court and volleyball. Sites, which range in cost from $42 to $53, include water and electric, with some sewer sites available and options along the banks of the Flat River. Open April to October, this family-friendly resort has a lot to offer all the campers on your trip, so break out your camping hacks and bring the whole family.
Minnesota: Kiesler’s Campground and RV Resort, Waseca
When you’re not exploring Minnesota’s beautiful wilderness, indulge in tons of activities at Kiesler’s Campground and RV Resort in Waseca. You’ll find a heated 2,000-square-foot pool, shuffle board, an RC car track, a sand volleyball court and more. Daily camping rates are $73 to $104, with every campsite equipped with water, electric, a fire pit and a picnic table. There’s also a playground, miniature golf and biking trails, so bring your best camping chairs to relax after a long day of activities.
Mississippi: Majestic Oaks RV Resort, Biloxi
Majestic Oaks RV Resort sits on Mississippi’s Gulf Coast, with access to beaches, gaming, water parks and more. The resort features shaded oaks and flowered landscaping along with a pool, clubhouse with free coffee, courtyard and activities like Saturday luncheons to get to know other visitors. Guests will find free Wi-Fi and cable, a full-size laundry, a shuttle to nearby casinos and a bathhouse. Sites come with electric, water and sewer and range from $68.99 to 78.99 nightly.
Missouri: America’s Best Campground, Branson
Headed to Branson for great shows and attractions? Pull into America’s Best Campground for a comfy home base. With more than 100 full-hookup RV sites, the resort includes Wi-Fi, satellite TV, concrete patios and barbecue grills. Amenities include a pool and spa, convenience store, game room, concierge and laundry. The campground even has a car and RV wash, so you can clean your vehicle before heading to your next stop. Rates range from $40 to $64 per night, with discounts available for veterans and active military. If you like Missouri camping and have a sense of adventure, you’ll want to check out these affordable quick trips and add a few to your bucket list.
Montana: Big Hole River RV Park, Wisdom
Put yourself in the middle of Big Sky country’s natural beauty at Big Hole River RV Park, which is surrounded by the Beaverhead-Deerlodge National Forest and walking distance to the Big Hole River. You can hike, bike and fish for blue-ribbon trout to your heart’s content, or check out nearby historic attractions like Big Hole National Battlefield and Bannack State Park’s ghost town. The park offers full hookups for $40 nightly, May through November, with shower and restroom facilities, and seasonal from June to September/October (weather depending). While you’re in Montana, you could visit two spectacular bucket-list National Parks: Glacier National Park and Yellowstone National Park.
Nebraska: Sleepy Sunflower RV Park, Ogallala
At Sleepy Sunflower RV Park, you’ll find a “town square” perfect for picnics, with grills and a fire pit, as well as a guest parlor with a book exchange, treadmill, stationary bike, DVDs for checkout, puzzles, karaoke and a vending machine. The pet-friendly park has more than 30 full-hookup sites, available for $45 per night, with access to restrooms, showers, a laundry, playground and Wi-Fi. It’s also only eight miles from Lake McConaughy’s fishing and boating.
Nevada: Lakeside Casino & RV Park, Pahrump
If you want some peace and quiet away from the Las Vegas strip, head to this RV park about an hour away on the eastern edge of Death Valley. If you’re still in the mood for some gaming, there’s an adjacent casino open 24/7. The park has its own seven-acre lake with fishing and boating and some lakeside sites. The park also features a swimming pool, hot tub, golf course, Frisbee golf, showers, restrooms, Wi-Fi and laundry. Sites with water, sewer and electricity start at $55 per night. Nevada also has boondocking available on public lands, where you can camp for free after you’ve had your fill of luxury RV camping.
New Hampshire: Field & Stream RV Park, Brookline
Take a quintessential New England vacation at Field & Stream RV Park in southern New Hampshire, right in the middle of maple sugar country and close to antique stores and flea markets, where you can enjoy tax-free shopping. There are also plenty of hiking trails nearby, including Monadnock State Park. The campgrounds offer free hot showers, a canoe dock, laundry, a play area, fishing pond and Wi-Fi, and full-hookup sites range from $70 to $90 per night. If you prefer road trips, you may get some more ideas from these road trips that are scenic from start to finish.
New Jersey: Sun Retreats Avalon, Cape May
In the heart of Cape May, Sun Retreats Avalon has its own lake for kayaking and fishing, as well as a 2,000-square-foot pool. The resort is close to the Cape May County Park & Zoo, Cape May National Wildlife Refuge and several wineries and vineyards. On site, you’ll find bocce ball, shuffleboard, a zip line and ropes course, mini golf and The Pine Cone Cafe. There’s also a laundry, fitness center, restrooms and showers with sites priced at around $70 per night. After a day exploring the National Wildlife Refuge, get out your best camping cot to relax or take a snooze before dinner.
New Mexico: Bonito Hollow RV Park & Campground, Ruidoso
Located within Lincoln National Forest on 20 acres on the Rio Bonito, Bonito Hollow RV Park is also close to town for restaurants and shopping and just a few miles from Bonito Lake for water fun. Guests will find sand volleyball, horseshoes, hiking trails and DVD rentals for $1 a day. Full-hookup sites, which come with Wi-Fi, start around $40 per day, with partial-hookup sites also available. And if you enjoy hiking in New Mexico, you may want to discover some of the best hiking trails in each U.S. state.
New York: Sun Retreats Adirondack Gateway, Gansevoort
Come to upstate New York to hike the Adirondacks, enjoy tubing and whitewater rafting on local rivers, outlet shopping or a visit to Six Flags Great Escape. When you’ve worn yourself out, lay your head at Sun Retreats Adirondack Gateway, close to all these activities. The gated, pet-friendly resort provides full-hookup sites with amenities like a swimming pool, clubhouse, laundry, Wi-Fi and cable TV. You’ll also find plenty to do without ever leaving the resort, including basketball, fishing, a jumping pillow and volleyball.
North Carolina: Camping World Racing Resort, Concord
If you’re headed to North Carolina to catch a race at the Charlotte Motor Speedway, Camping World Racing Resort is a convenient place to stay. It’s just a short walk from the Speedway, as well as the zMAX Dragway and the Dirt Track. The resort features more than 300 sites with electric, water and sewer hookups, picnic tables, gravel pads, asphalt roads and Wi-Fi access at the check-in cabin. There are also restrooms and showers, as well as a covered pavilion for gatherings. After an exciting day, wind down with some fun campfire songs or campfire stories.
North Dakota: Fort Abraham Lincoln State Park, Mandan
Park your RV near the site where Lt. Col. Custer and the Seventh Cavalry left for the expedition at Little Big Horn, which is today Fort Abraham Lincoln State Park, The campground is in a wooded area close to the Heart River and offers picnic areas and a playground. Spend time hiking its many trails, many of which provide beautiful views of the Missouri River. RV sites have electricity, water and sewer with access to showers. Brush up on your camp cooking and make the best of your stay in nature.
Ohio: Lighthouse Point, Sandusky
Visitors flock to Cedar Point amusement park every summer to ride some of the country’s most thrilling roller coasters and other rides, and Lighthouse Point is the park’s RV campsite. Just a short walk from the park or a hop on the shuttle, the grounds have full-hookup sites with concrete pads, a picnic table and Wi-Fi. In 2018, they introduced sites with private patios, furniture and grills—several with views of Lake Erie.
Oklahoma: Twin Fountains RV Park, Oklahoma City
When visiting Oklahoma City, Twin Fountains RV Park makes a nice spot to park your RV close to the city and all its attractions, which you can access via the park’s free shuttle service. There’s an on-site swimming pool, hot tub, kiddie splash pad and campfire perfect for roasting marshmallows. It also has more than 150 RV sites with full hookups, including cable TV and Wi-Fi. And if you’re traveling the U.S.—stopping in Oklahoma along the way—take some time to learn about some of the best sleeping bags to keep you comfy at all the campsites.
Oregon: Sun Outdoors, Coos Bay
Hang out on Oregon’s beautiful Pacific coast at Sun Outdoors, where you can not only relax on the beaches and explore tide pools but enjoy whale-watching and fishing. The resort has a crab cooking and cleaning station, where you can turn your daily catch into a delicious meal. Sites range from about $50 to $76 per night, and they have full hookups with cable, Wi-Fi, a picnic table and a fire pit. Nearby activities include hiking trails, boating and off-roading. Bring your best hiking socks—including an extra pair—so you’ll be prepared to enjoy your hiking adventures in Oregon.
Pennsylvania: Hersheypark Camping Resort, Hershey
Headed to Hersheypark? The Hersheypark Camping Resort is the official camping resort of the theme park, with a free shuttle to take you there. Guests of the resort also get special Hersheypark perks like discounted pricing on tickets, and there’s even an app with information about activities, real-time weather alerts and a compass. The resort has 300 full-service sites with activities like movie nights, live entertainment and Hershey character visits throughout the summer.
Rhode Island: Bowdish Lake Campground, Glocester
Camp by the lake in Rhode Island at the family-friendly Bowdish Lake Campground. All sites have water and electricity, and most have cable, for a cost of $40 to $100 nightly. There are six bathhouses, a recreation pavilion, showers, camp store and picnic tables. You’ll never run out of things to do, with your choice of lake fishing, hayrides, bingo, volleyball, ping pong, ice cream socials and even pie-eating contests. This campground is perfect for seasonal short-term or long-term RV campers.
South Carolina: Huntington Beach State Park, Murrells Inlet
Known as one of the best places on the East Coast for birding, Huntington Beach State Park is a natural paradise along three miles of South Carolina’s Atlantic Ocean beach. Bring your birding checklist to tick off a few, explore abundant nature trails and enjoy excellent surf fishing. RV sites, which range from $25 to $65 nightly, come with water, electric and complimentary Wi-Fi, with some sewer hook-ups available. Other park amenities include hot showers, restrooms, dog-friendly beaches and a swimming area with a lifeguard. Take a sunset stroll on the beach and bring your best camping pillow to fall asleep to the sound of ocean waves.
South Dakota: Mount Rushmore Resort & Lodge at Palmer Gulch, Hill City
Explore South Dakota’s famous sites like Mount Rushmore and Crazy Horse Memorial from your RV at Mount Rushmore Resort & Lodge at Palmer Gulch. Set in the state’s Black Hills region at the base of South Dakota’s highest point, Black Elk Peak, the resort has a water park, horseback riding, a dog park, regular movie screenings, bike rentals and plenty of activities for the kids. Full-hookup RV sites come with a picnic table, fire pits and a camping kitchen, and prices run $60 to $145 each night. While you’re traveling through South Dakota, you could check out one of South Dakota’s six National Parks and learn about other National Park camping opportunities.
Tennessee: Lakeview RV Resort, Bluff City
On the shores of Boone Lake and three miles from Bristol Motor Speedway, Lakeview RV Resort offers sites with water, sewer and electric hookups, some with cable, for $40 to $44 per night. Sites, some of which overlook the lake, also include cable TV and Wi-Fi and have access to a laundry and showers. Bring your doggos to enjoy the pet playground, and grab a free coffee in the campground store. The park is an ideal base for water activities on the lake, and you’ll also be able to rent golf carts and boats.
Texas: Yogi Bear’s North Texas Jellystone Park, Burleson
If you’re traveling with kids, Yogi Bear’s North Texas Jellystone Park is the perfect spot to keep them entertained, just 20 minutes from Fort Worth and 50 minutes from Dallas. The RV park has tons of activities like family dance parties, a water park, hayrides, laser tag, gaga ball, pools and much more. Choose a red-carpet RV site with extra-large full-hookup sites with grill, fire pit and patio for $85 per night, or $60 to $80 for standard sites.
Utah: Shooting Star RV Resort, Escalante
If Utah’s Bryce Canyon National Park and its famous natural hoodoo structures are on your bucket list, Shooting Star RV Resort is a convenient place to park your RV for exploring the park, which is about 50 miles away. Also close to the resort is Kodachrome Basin State Park and Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument. Formerly a drive-in, Shooting Star has pull-through sites with full hookups and an outdoor movie theater, where you’ll want to be sure to catch a movie on Tuesday, Thursday or Saturday night. So bring your camping cooler and spend a night under the stars.
Vermont: Button Bay State Park, Ferrisburgh
Wake up next to beautiful Lake Champlain when you stay at Button Bay State Park, which offers spectacular lake/Adirondack Mountain views. The park is also close to attractions like Fort Ticonderoga, Chimney Point State Historic Site, Lake Champlain Maritime Museum and the Shelburne Museum. Ranging from $25 to $35 per night, tent/RV sites include a fire ring, grill and picnic table. Other campground amenities include a pool, playground, boat rentals, showers and restrooms.
Virginia: Shenandoah Valley Campground, Mount Jackson
Calling all mountain lovers: This campground features views of the Shenandoah Valley, as well as the Blue Ridge and Allegheny Mountains, and offers easy access to the Virginia Museum of the Civil War, Shenandoah National Park and Bryce Resort. With sites available for $50 to $60 per night, the campground has a variety of amenities, from a bathhouse and laundry to a playground, picnic pavilions, dog run and basketball court. Virginia is home to wildlife like black bears, so if you’re wondering what to do if you see a bear, you’re not alone.
Washington: Driftwood RV Resort and Campground, Copalis Beach
You can easily spend a weekend—or a lifetime—exploring the beaches, cliffs, streams and rivers of majestic coastal Washington. The Driftwood RV Resort and Campground is just north of Ocean Shores and Ocean City on State Route 109, and it’s close enough for an easy trip to these beach communities. Farther north on the highway from Copalis Beach you’ll find Seabrook, Pacific Beach and Moclips. Choose from eight pull-thru sites 70 feet long by 35 feet wide, and 42 back-in sites that are shorter and wider. All are level and graveled with picnic tables and fire ring. And if you love the beach, the West Coast has some of the best beaches in the world.
West Virginia: Canaan Valley Resort State Park, Davis
Set in the Allegheny Mountains, Canaan Valley is a ski resort that offers many activities year-round, from hiking and biking to snow sports, golf and even geocaching. There are 34 paved full-hookup sites—available from $29 to $49 per night—in a wooded setting. There are a variety of dining options at the resort, along with horseback riding, rock climbing, whitewater rafting and hiking trails. It’s less than an hour away from popular attractions like Blackwater Falls State Park, Canaan Valley National Wildlife Refuge and Seneca Rocks. Getting to this affordable RV park will offer scenic views as well.
Wisconsin: Fox Hill RV Park & Campground, Baraboo
Visiting the Wisconsin Dells? Fox Hill RV Park & Campground is close to the Dells with its outlets and amusement parks, as well as Ho-Chunk Casino, which you can visit via the resort’s free shuttle. As guests, you’ll be treated to weekend pancake breakfasts, a heated pool, fenced dog area and Wi-Fi. Rates vary and start at $40 per night, with discounts available for senior citizens and AAA members.
Wyoming: Rawlins KOA, Rawlins
Ideal for outdoor enthusiasts, Rawlins is an adventure mecca in southern Wyoming, where you can get your fill of hiking, hunting, fishing or even golf. For get-togethers, take advantage of the Rawlins KOA covered Kamper Kitchen with picnic tables, stoves and sinks, and let your pooch enjoy the outdoors too, at the on-site dog park. Full-hookup sites are available starting at $50 per night, with cable and Wi-Fi included. So bring your best hiking sandals for summer hiking, or your best camping blanket for colder months, and enjoy Wyoming.