The Best Small Towns in America to Visit in an RV

Tired of the concrete, noise and six-lane traffic? Visiting small town America can reset your odometer and give you a whole new perspective on life. Fortunately for you, many small towns in the US also have great RV campgrounds. Why not book a trip to one of these destinations to see why so many Americans choose to live in a small town?

Fairfield, Iowa: You might have expected the peaceful streets of this small southeastern Iowa town, but would you also expect to find a vibrant arts community and an international Vedic connection? Fairfield, Iowa is developing a reputation as an arts center with more than two dozen art galleries and the Stephen Sondheim Center for the Performing Arts.

It’s also right next door to the internationally famous Raj Ayurvedic Health Spa in Maharishi Vedic City. RV camping visitors to the area will enjoy the rural ambience of Jefferson County Park’s campsites.

Weaverville, California: This California gem is nestled in the Trinity Alps area northwest of Redding. Its rural Victorian charm has earned Weaverville a spot on the National Register of Historic Places. Stroll the streets looking at historic buildings, drop in to one of the town’s coffeehouses or indulge in every outdoor sport imaginable at nearby Trinity Alps Wilderness Area. Trinity River Resort and RV Park in nearby Lewiston features gorgeous riverside campsites.

Boerne, Texas: Established in the 1850s, this small Texas town just north of San Antonio has just what you need to cure urban-weariness. Its quaint downtown business area is perfect for a slow-moving saunter, or you can visit Enchanted Springs Ranch for a big dose of Texas history. The town’s European-style architecture and Boerne’s famous Market Days the second Saturday of every month keep small town fans coming back.

Cedar City, Utah: A couple of hours north of Las Vegas you’ll find the sweetest little town in Utah. Cedar City is nestled right in the heart of Utah’s national parks, but there’s plenty to capture your interest inside the city limits. Depending on the season, you’ll find a nationally famous Shakespearean Festival, a great Oktoberfest or the town’s Neil Simon Festival to entertain you. Cedar City KOA Kampground’s many amenities will make this mountain town a thoroughly enjoyable experience.

Cedar Key, Florida: It doesn’t seem possible that the tourists haven’t overwhelmed this small seaside village on Florida’s Nature Coast, but it’s managed to remain a secret. About an hour southwest of Gainesville, Cedar Key lets you enjoy great fishing, scrumptious seafood and walks on the beach without the south Florida congestion. Sunset Isle RV Park offers oceanside RV camping at its best!

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