RVing allows you to see the world in a unique way. It not only lets you travel in comfort, but explore areas that you might otherwise not be able to access with other transportation methods. The United States is filled with RV parks which all come with their own interesting landscapes and features. Below are some travel trailer parks that are the best places to venture to if you’d like to stay at some of the top options in the country. CDC information for travelers. Hours/availability may have changed.
1.Cherry Hill Park
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Cherry Hill Park is only a few minutes away from Washington, D.C. and has been in operation since 1921. It has many different camping sites, including RV lots, yurts, tents, cottages, and cabins. Visitors will find plenty of amenities while staying here, like Wi-Fi, 30/50-amps, cable, sewer hookups, and water. Cherry Hill Park also has a pool, cafe, golf cart rentals, mini-golf course, sightseeing classes, dog park, and fishing pond. Visitors will also find a ballroom they can rent for special occasions. Guests can make reservations online and pick from one of the many visiting packages this RV park offers if they’d like to customize their stay.
9800 Cherry Hill Road, College Park, Maryland 20740, Phone: 301-937-7116
2.Elwha Dam R.V. Park
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The Elwha Dam R.V. Park is in Port Angeles, Washington and is only a short drive away from Olympic National Park. The park is landscaped with many different types of native plants and trees providing guests with plenty of privacy when here. Some amenities offered include 30/50-amps, Wi-Fi, fire rings, picnic tables, restrooms, showers, and laundry facility access. There’s also a small grocery store and RV parts center. For recreation, there are volleyball courts and badminton nets guests can use. In addition to RV sites, this park also has a guest house and areas for tents. Pets are welcome to stay here and there is a pet sitting service available.
47 Lower Dam Road, Port Angeles, Washington 98363, Phone: 360-452-7054
3.Emerald Beach RV Park
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Located in Navarre, Florida, Emerald Beach RV Park is thought to be one of the best RV parks in the state thanks to its stunning views of Santa Rosa Sound and numerous amenities. There are 71 motorhome sites, including a few full-hookup options that come with features like Wi-Fi, cable, and water. There are showers, restrooms, a dog park, fishing pier, and kayak rentals available. Guests also have access to the park’s private beach. This option hosts numerous events in its clubhouse which range from community dinners to game nights. Reservations can be made online and rates vary depending on the season you plan to visit.
8885 Navarre Parkway, Navarre, Florida 32566, Phone: 850-939-3431
4.French Quarter RV Resort
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This RV resort is only a few minutes away from Louisiana's historic French Quarter. It has 52 paved RV sites that come with amenities like 20/30/50-amps, cable, sewer, and water. You’ll find a laundry room, bathhouses, business center, and clubhouse on the grounds. There’s also a courtyard featuring fragrant flowers, a pool, and spa. The French Quarter RV Resort also has a condo available for rent that has a large kitchen, dining area, and views of the resort’s courtyard. Rates vary throughout the year and there are strict check-in and check-out times that need to be adhered to.
500 N. Claiborne Avenue, New Orleans, Louisiana 70112, Phone: 504-586-3000
5.Glacier Valley Campground
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The Glacier Valley Campground is in Cambria, Wisconsin and offers RV lots, cabins, and tent sites. It spans over 44 acres and features nature trails, a swimming pond, playground, and store. You’ll also find a few ponds scattered around the edge of the campground which can be used for fishing. The camping sites come with amenities like water and electric. The RV sites have back-in and pull-through options. This family-friendly campground also hosts various events during the year, such as Easter egg hunts, apple festivals, and wine tastings. The Glacier Valley Campground is open from May to September. Reservations are required at least a few days ahead of time.
N8129 Larson Road, Cambria, Wisconsin 53923, Phone: 920-348-5488
6.Hearthside Grove Motorcoach Resort
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Hearthside Grove Motorcoach Resort was created by the Rose family as a way to help families enjoy time together while exploring the great outdoors. This motorhome resort is located in Petoskey, Michigan and comes with plenty of amenities, such as water, electric, and picnic tables. When making your reservation, you can also choose whether you’d like a standard site or one with a view of the nearby lake. Other features the Hearthside Grove Motorcoach Resort has include a clubhouse, pool, laundry room, business center, cooking classes, and game room. There are also pet sitting services and golf cart rentals available.
2400 U.S. 31 N, Petoskey, Michigan 49770, Phone: 231-622-7032
7.Lake George RV Park
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The Lake George RV Park is situated next to Lake George in New York. It spans over 120 acres and is a family-owned business. The Lake George RV Park offers numerous RV sites as well as a few lodging rentals. Some amenities this motorhome campground comes with include water, electric, and Wi-Fi. You’ll also find a pool, pickleball court, cycling trails, fishing pond, and trolley service. The RV park hosts many events during the year which range from bingo nights to nature programs. The Lake George RV Park requires reservations to be made a few days ahead of time. Fees will vary based on the type of site you plan to rent.
74 State Route 149, Lake George, New York 12845-3501, Phone: 518-792-3775
8.Moraine Park Campground
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The Moraine Park Campground is located in Rocky Mountain National Park and is open for the summer season which runs from May to October. The Moraine Park Campground is also accessible during the winter, but amenities are extremely limited due to the cold temperatures. The campground rests next to the park’s Beaver Meadows Entrance and has incredible views of the surrounding mountains. There are 244 camping sites available that come with amenities like toilets, water, a dumping station, food storage lockers, ice, and firewood. There is a fee to stay here (prices vary on the month you visit) and sites are first-come-first-served.
1000 US Highway 36, Estes Park, Colorado 80517, Phone: 970-586-1206
9.North Rim Campground
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Nestled inside the Grand Canyon National Park, the North Rim Campground provides incredible views of the Grand Canyon and has both RV and tent sites that are reservable from May to October. This ADA-friendly campground is somewhat primitive, but offers a few amenities which include a water station, dumping station, laundry facility, and showers. It’s also pet-friendly but pets need to be leashed at all times. The campground is near numerous hiking trails as well as a general store which sells firewood and other necessities. Weather varies at the campground due to its high elevation and campers can experience anything from frequent afternoon thunderstorms in the summer to snow-covered grounds in late May and early October.
PO Box 129, Grand Canyon, Arizona 86023, Phone: 928-638-7888
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10.Ouray RV Park & Cabins
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Ouray RV Park & Cabins first opened in 2015 and was founded by the Perkins family. This campground offers six different types of RV sites such as circle sites, riverfront sites, and pull-through sites. These spots come with plenty of amenities that include Wi-Fi, 20/30/50-amps, water, and sewer hookups. In addition to travel trailer sites, there are also cabins for rent, including a miners cabin that was built 150 years ago. Ouray RV Park & Cabins has a cafe and steakhouse on the grounds that serves breakfast and dinner and is best known for its breakfast burrito. In addition to this, there are bathhouses and a game room guests can use.
1700 N. Main Street, Ouray, Colorado, Phone: 970-325-4523
11.Paradise by the Sea Beach RV Resort
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Located by Buccaneer Park and Beach in San Diego, Paradise by the Sea RV Resort first opened in the late 1970s and is a family-run operation. It is one of the only RV resorts with beachfront access in the area and has numerous RV sites for guests to choose from. Some amenities these camping spots come with include 50-amps, Wi-Fi, and cable. You’ll also find a pool and hot tub on the grounds. Rates will vary depending on the season you visit, although spring and summer rates tend to be a little higher. There are also a few night-stay minimums if you plan to visit during a holiday.
1537 South Coast Highway, Oceanside, California 92054, Phone: 760-439-1376
12.Raceview Family Campground
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The Raceview Family Campground has served fans of drag races since 1965. This special event campground opens for a handful of racing events throughout the year at Lucas Oil Raceway, including the NRHA U.S. National Drag Races, and is just a short walk away from this racetrack. The typical season for the campground runs from early May to September. Spanning over 55 acres, the campground offers a handful of amenities for guests, such as 30/50-amps, showers, restrooms, and water. It also has firewood and ice for sale. This campground is pet-friendly, but pets must be leashed and watched at all times.
PO Box 34376, Indianapolis, Indiana 46234, Phone: 317-852-5737
13.Rancho Sedona RV Park
Resting beneath the shadow of Snoopy Rock, the Rancho Sedona RV Park is situated by many unique natural wonders, like Oak Creek and cottonwood forests. It’s also just a short distance away from golf courses, hot air balloon ride fields, and shops. RVers will discover many activities to do while here like fishing, hiking, jeep tours, and swimming. Its 84 motorhome sites come with plenty of features, like electric, water, Wi-Fi, cable, and access to the campground’s laundry facility. The Rancho Sedona RV Park allows dogs to stay but you must watch your pet constantly. There is a small dog park on the grounds they can play in.
135 Bear Wallow Lane, Sedona, Arizona 86336, Phone: 888-641-4261
14.Sea & Sand RV Park
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The Sea & Sand RV Park is situated near Depoe Bay in Oregon. It has stunning beachfront views and provides guests with access to a private beach where they can swim, picnic, search for whales, and fish. It’s also a few minutes away from quaint shops and restaurants as well as historic lighthouses. The Sea & Sand RV Park hosts a handful of events throughout the year which range from boat parades to whale watches. There are many RV sites to choose from which come with amenities such as Wi-Fi, electric, sewer, water, and cable. Visitors can also choose to park their vehicle on either beach or forest sites.
4985 N Highway 101, Depoe Bay, Oregon 97341-9740, Phone: 877-821-2231
15.Summer Breeze USA RV Resort
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Featuring numerous locations throughout Texas, the Summer Breeze USA RV Resort is a family-friendly spot that is designed to help visitors have the best stay possible. Each of these campgrounds specializes in various activities, such as fishing, swimming, and boating. The travel trailer sites offered at the RV resorts come with plenty of amenities for guests to use, including Wi-Fi, 30/50-amps, and water. There are also laundry facilities, clubhouses, and spas on the grounds. Reservations can be made online where you can pick the RV site you’d like and add any other important information about your future stay, like the type of travel trailer you plan to bring.
1322 Space Park Drive, Suite B180, Houston, Texas 77058, Phone: 844-728-7278
16.Sunset Point RV Park
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Sunset Point RV Park is located in Lubec, Maine and encourages guests to dive into New England culture. It features magnificent views of Johnson Bay and also has cookouts where you can try freshly-caught seafood. Bald eagles tend to fly around the campground and campers will usually see one perched on top of a nearby tree or roof. Other activities guests can do while here include kayaking and searching for sea glass on the beach. Sunset Point RV Park offers 30 daily and weekly sites which come with features such as Wi-Fi, access to washers and dryers, restrooms, a dumping station, ice, and firewood. There are also a few tent sites available.
37 Sunset Road, Lubec, Maine 04652, Phone: 207-733-2272
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17.The Campsites at Disney's Fort Wilderness Resort
The Campsites at Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort provides campers with a unique experience as they enjoy the beauty of nature in the middle of a bustling city. Covering over 750 acres, the camping sites are nestled beneath ancient pine and cypress trees. There are a few different sites you can choose from, such as tent sites, full-hookups, and premium options. This campground also has plenty of activities for guests to partake in which include archery, horseback riding, and canoeing. There’s also a pool and golf cart rentals available. Pets are allowed to stay here but they need to be leashed at all times, unless they are playing in the nearby dog park.
4510 North Fort Wilderness Trail, Lake Buena Vista, Florida 32830-8415, Phone: 407-824-2900
18.Toll Bridge Park
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Toll Bridge Park is located in Mount Hood, Oregon and is just a quick drive away from Mount Hood National Forest and Portland. The camping sites are very simple, but located beneath ancient trees providing you not only with a gorgeous views, but plenty of privacy and shade as well. Its 80 motorhome sites come with amenities such as water, electric, restrooms, and showers. There are also a few tent sites. In addition to this, Toll Bridge Park has a playground, picnic shelters, and access to a local waterway for fishing. The campground is closed from November 1 to April 30.
7360 Toll Bridge Road, Mt. Hood, Oregon 97041, Phone: 541-352-5522
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19.U.S. Space & Rocket Center RV Park
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The U.S. Space & Rocket Center RV Park is located on the property of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center in Alabama. Its 27 camping sites come with amenities that include 30-amps, water, and sewer hookups. Campers can walk over to the space center where they’ll find plenty of activities to do, such as explore different types of astronomy exhibits, watch shows in the planetarium, or take part in science classes and events. In addition to this, guests can hop on a bus tour which will give you an exclusive tour of the Marshall Space Flight Center. The U.S. Space & Rocket Center also hosts a biergarten during certain months which serves authentic German dishes and beers.
One Tranquility Base, Huntsville, Alabama 35805, Phone: 800-637-7223
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20.USA RV Resorts La Marque
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This RV resort is located inside the city of La Marque, Texas and is only a few minutes away from Galveston and a variety of museums, like the Butler Longhorn Museum. This campground has over 169 sites with full hookups and large concrete pads. Other amenities guests will find include cable, Wi-Fi, showers, and a laundry room. For recreation, USA RV Resorts La Marque also has a pool, gym, and community room which features many different types of games and flatscreen TVs. This pet-friendly RV resort also has a dog park your pet can run around in. There are discounts available for veterans.
4313 FM 2004, La Marque, Texas 77568, Phone: 409-316-4558
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21.USA RV Resorts Willow Lake
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Situated in League City, the USA RV Resorts Willow Lake is a short drive away from Houston. The resort is located near many restaurants, shops, and museums and is only 15 minutes away from Seabrook, a bird sanctuary that is home to one of the largest migratory routes in North America. The motorhome resort has lakefront views and comes with plenty of amenities for guests to use, like Wi-Fi, cable, a laundry room, and showers. There are also fire pits, a dog park, swimming pool, movie theater, fitness center, and fishing pond. Guests can make their reservations on the resort’s website.
1316 S. Highway 3, League City, Texas 77573, Phone: 281-724-2020
Wildrose Campground rests within Death Valley and offers breathtaking views of the Panamint Range. The campground has 23 sites that are somewhat primitive as they only have restrooms and water. However, this campground does give you access to local hiking trails, mountain climbing areas, and swimming holes. Wildrose Campground is also home to quite a bit of wildlife which ranges from lizards to desert bighorn sheep. During the holidays and summer, the campground tends to be very crowded, which is why it’s often recommended that you make reservations well ahead of time. Pets are welcome to stay here although they need to be watched.
P.O. Box 579, Death Valley, California 92328, Phone: 760-786-3200
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23.Yellowstone Grizzly RV Park
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Yellowstone Grizzly RV Park is located in West Yellowstone, Montana and is only a few minutes away from Yellowstone National Park. RVers will be able to view plenty of beautiful natural landscapes while here. This campground has numerous RV sites that come with 30/50-amps, cable, Wi-Fi, sewer, and water. There are a few different site options so you can choose the one that will accommodate your motorhome the best. There are also some cabins that are constructed out of aromatic pine logs. Other amenities guests will find here include bathhouses, a playground, pavilion, and convenience store. Campers might also see wildlife roaming around nearby, especially grizzly bears.
210 S. Electric Street, West Yellowstone, Montana 59758, Phone: 406-646-4466
24.Yosemite Lakes RV Resort
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This campground rests on the edge of Yosemite National Park and covers over 400 acres. The Yosemite Lakes RV Resort also features part of the Tuolumne River flowing through it making it ideal for swimming and fishing. Guests can also try gold panning in the river. The campground has 254 full-hookup travel trailer sites that come with laundry room access, Wi-Fi, and water. There are also a handful of tent sites, cabins, yurts, and cottages available. This resort has a playground, mini-golf course, fish cleaning station, basketball courts, and picnic areas. It also hosts many events during the year, such as potluck dinners and Easter egg hunts.
31191 Hardin Flat Road, Groveland, California 9532, Phone: 209-962-0103
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25.Zion River Resort
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The Zion River Resort is located near the Virgin River and features incredible views of the surrounding mountains. It’s a short distance away from Zion National Park, Cedar City, and St. George. RVers will find plenty of site options to choose from, all of which come with their own amenities and rates. There are also cabins and suites available for rent. The Zion River Resort has many features for guests to use, such as a gift shop, laundry room, camping kitchen, restrooms, playground, pool, and mining sluice. There is also a bus shuttle that will transport you to and from Zion National Park.
551 E State Route 9, Virgin, Utah 84779, Phone: 888-822-8594
25 Best RV Parks in the United States
- Cherry Hill Park, Photo: Cherry Hill Park
- Elwha Dam R.V. Park, Photo: Elwha Dam R.V. Park
- Emerald Beach RV Park, Photo: Emerald Beach RV Park
- French Quarter RV Resort, Photo: French Quarter RV Resort
- Glacier Valley Campground, Photo: Glacier Valley Campground
- Hearthside Grove Motorcoach Resort, Photo: Hearthside Grove Motorcoach Resort
- Lake George RV Park, Photo: Lake George RV Park
- Moraine Park Campground, Photo: National Parked/stock.adobe.com
- North Rim Campground, Photo: National Parked/stock.adobe.com
- Ouray RV Park & Cabins, Photo: Ouray RV Park & Cabins
- Paradise by the Sea Beach RV Resort, Photo: Paradise by the Sea Beach RV Resort
- Raceview Family Campground, Photo: Raceview Family Campground
- Rancho Sedona RV Park, Photo: AK-Snapshot/stock.adobe.com
- Sea & Sand RV Park, Photo: Sea & Sand RV Park
- Summer Breeze USA RV Resort, Photo: Summer Breeze USA RV Resort
- Sunset Point RV Park, Photo: Alex Stemmer/stock.adobe.com
- The Campsites at Disney's Fort Wilderness Resort, Photo: micromonkey/stock.adobe.com
- Toll Bridge Park, Photo: Mat Hayward/stock.adobe.com
- U.S. Space & Rocket Center RV Park, Photo: Andrey Armyagov/stock.adobe.com
- USA RV Resorts La Marque, Photo: USA RV Resorts La Marque
- USA RV Resorts Willow Lake, Photo: USA RV Resorts Willow Lake
- Wildrose Campground, Photo: korchemkin/stock.adobe.com
- Yellowstone Grizzly RV Park, Photo: Yellowstone Grizzly RV Park
- Yosemite Lakes RV Resort, Photo: Tomasz Zajda/stock.adobe.com
- Zion River Resort, Photo: Zion River Resort
- Cover Photo: Andrey Armyagov/stock.adobe.com