An RV camping vacation is the ideal get away for the entire family. You can enjoy the comforts of home as you travel and explore this great country together. RV parks can be wonderful destinations in themselves, while supplying you with a home base when visiting area attractions. Parks range from the basic rustic camp grounds to full blown luxury resorts. Whether you’re remodeling an RV, taking yours out of storage, or purchasing a new model, any one of these five vacations will be just what your family has been wanting to do!
Florida’s Key West
Boyd’s Key West Campground offers ocean front sites that are only minutes from the action of downtown Key West and Duvall Street. This is where adults can enjoy a night out. During the day families can spend time together on the beach playing in the sand while soaking up the sun or by going for a swim in Boyd’s onsite pool. The marina opens up many more opportunities to have fun on the water. Try fishing or just simply taking in the beauty of the ocean.
California’s Red Bluff
The Durango RV Resort sits along the Sacramento River and offers high end amenities. Each site is paved and has conveniences such as high speed Wi-Fi, electricity, and cable TV. The pool and clubhouse is a great place for all ages to hang out and make new friends. Even the pets will have a great vacation with the 45 acre dog park.
South Dakota’s Hill City
Horse Thief Lake Campground is conveniently located near South Dakota’s greatest natural wonders. See the herds of buffalo roaming Custer State Park or watch the wild mustangs at the Black Hills Wild Horse Sanctuary. Crazy Horse, Mammoth, and Mount Rushmore are all just a short drive away. Back at the RV Park, enjoy campfires in the rings at each site or take a dip in the pool to relax. A basic goods shop makes this a convenient spot for families.
Utah’s Zion National Park
The Zion River Resort is a favorite of tourists. Many decide to stay all winter. Each site consists of a concrete pad with hook ups, Wi-Fi, and a grill. Guests can go exploring in Zion National Park as the RV resort is located at the south entrance. The red sandstone cliffs are the featured attraction here, but a short day trip to nearby Bryce Canyon National Park places you at the rim of the Grand Canyon.
Rivers Edge RV Park in Fairbanks is a spacious and peaceful resort for families who adventure north. Alaska has much to offer families who love nature. The RV Park itself has many walking and bicycle trails that those of all ages can enjoy. A shuttle is available to take you into Fairbanks to visit the historic downtown and other top attractions such as the Alaska Pipeline. Take a Riverboat Discovery Cruise for an up close look at the Alaskan way of life or explore Pioneer Park on your own.
This post was written by Karleia Steiner, a writer for Basic Components Inc.
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