What are the best kinds of destinations to visit with an RV?
National and state parks are wonderful places to visit in an RV. They usually have campgrounds and plenty to do. An RV vacation is a chance to see natural wonders and historic places.
The West is an excellent region for an RV vacation. You’ll be driving back roads, so it’s easy to pull over for snack or lunch-time even if there are no restaurants are in sight.
In some areas in the East, conditions will be more crowded, and it won’t be as enjoyable driving — especially in beach areas. Additionally, some people enjoy going to an RV park or resort that caters to children and has a swimming pool and activities for kids.
Some of the best locations for RV camping are:
Mill Creek Ranch Resort in Canton, Texas
Consistently rated among the top RV reports in Texas, Mill Creek sits some 60 miles east of Dallas on 200 acres of rolling hills dotted with trees and crossed by streams. Premium sites are lakeside or surrounded by trees and have stand up grills, patio table and chairs, and lighted pedestals. The park is also just across the road from the world-famous First Monday Trade Days, a market with hundreds of vendors. Regularly scheduled shuttles take guests to nearby attractions.
Springs at Borrego in Borrego Springs, California
Two hours from San Diego, the Springs at Borrego RV resort is in the largest state park in California – 600,000-acre Anza-Borrego Desert State Park. That means you’ll have room to move around on the resort’s 9-hole championship golf course, driving range and putting greens; in the 35-foot-wide sites; and in the astronomy park: Borrego Springs is an official Dark Sky community and hosts frequent ‘star parties,’ featuring dinner, drinks and speakers. Other amenities include a saltwater swimming pool, hot mineral baths, tennis court, state-of-the-art fitness room, a dog park and a wellness center offering massage, acupuncture and acupressure.
Oak Grove Campground/Resort in Holland, Michigan
Oak grove is within walking distance to the sandy beaches of Lake Michigan and Lake Macatawa, where stunning sunsets over the water earned the park a “Top 10 Most Romantic” rating from Motor Home Magazine. The resort has many trimmings of a high-end RV park – free WiFi, heated pool, whirlpool, playground and basketball court – plus onsite bike rentals and a slate of summer weekend activities (hula hoop contest, anyone?) reminiscent of a cruise ship. Attractions outside the park include dune rides, dinner cruises on the lake and the galleries, shops and cafes of Holland.
We’d love to hear from you and learn where you feel the best RV park is and why you feel it is the best. You can share in the comment area below.
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We love visiting Spring Mill State Park in Southern Indiana! The campground is lovely with plenty of trees and the historic village is a fun and educational treat for adults and kids. Our favorite part of the weekend was hiking around the pretty hills and putting our feet in the cold creek.