Three More Reasons to Visit Las Vegas by RV

RV travelers flock to Las Vegas year-round—for the gaming, for the shows and for the 24-hour glitter this desert gem displays like no place else. But there are three more important reasons to consider visiting Vegas by RV, and we’ve gathered them here just for you.

Reason #1: Las Vegas RV Parks—Luxury and Convenience

Anyone’s who’s visited Vegas knows the hotels, casinos and entertainment venues there are focused on delivering a first-class customer experience. But did you know the RV parks in Las Vegas also offer an impressive array of amenities?

Here are just a few examples of the lengths to which Vegas RV park owners go to make their visitors comfortable:

  • Oasis RV Resort, just south of the Las Vegas Strip, not only keeps RVers close to the action, it also offers two lagoon-style pools, grass putting greens, 24-hour check-in, Wi-Fi service and gated security in a Casablanca-themed setting.
  • Arizona Charlie’s-Boulder offers the chance to camp away from the crowds but still enjoy the excitement of Vegas gaming. This hotel/casino/RV park complex is about ten miles off the Strip on Boulder Highway and features a clubhouse, fitness and laundry facilities, four on-site restaurants and plenty of casino action steps from your campsite.
  • Las Vegas KOA at Sam’s Town puts RV travelers in the heart of an amazing range of entertainment possibilities. From the one-hundred-thousand-plus square feet casino to a theater complex, bowling alley, wide range of eateries and an RV park complete with dog parks, swimming pools, Wi-Fi and all the amenities Las Vegas RV campers have come to expect, you’ll find it all out at Sam’s Town on the ‘Boulder Strip’. 

These are just a few examples of the ways RV resorts in Las Vegas cater to RV travelers. Here’s a link to help you find the Las Vegas RV park that fits your vacation style.

Reason #2: Las Vegas RV Park Affordability

Another big plus while camping by RV in Vegas is the surprising affordability of campsites close to major attractions, especially in ‘off-season’. You won’t, of course, enjoy the extreme frugality of state park camping while staying near the Strip, but Vegas campgrounds almost always have some sort of special rate offer available, so be sure to ask when making your reservations.

You can also save big while camping in Las Vegas by taking advantage of your well-equipped RV kitchen to prepare some of your meals, saving your vacation dollars for special meals out. Combined with affordable laundry facilities, on-site Wi-Fi and phone connections, shuttle service to the Strip and special entertainment and gaming offers for campers, you can save big while staying and playing in Vegas.

Reason #3: Easy Access to Attractions Outside Las Vegas

If you’re driving by RV to Las Vegas, you’ve got a built-in way to reach attractions beyond the city. Whether you’re getting around with your towed vehicle or using your RV to visit sites like Hoover Dam, Lake Mead

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Lake Mead

or Valley of Fire State Park, having the freedom to travel when and where you please (and not having to depend on tour or shuttle schedules) is one more plus for Vegas RV travel.

There’s so much more to see, do and experience near Las Vegas than just the casinos and shows (as exciting as those are!) Immerse yourself in the red rock beauty and magnificent waterways that surround this desert oasis. Your RV is your ticket to travel wherever you’d like, right? Take full advantage of having Las Vegas as your starting point for a true outdoor adventure.

If you’ve wondered whether RV travel to Las Vegas is right for you, use these tips to jump start your imagination. Whether renting an RV or planning your next trip in your own vacation home on wheels, camping while in Las Vegas just makes sense. Enjoy the amenities and affordability of Las Vegas RV resorts and be sure to round out your trip by visiting the natural wonders close by. You’ll be so glad you did!

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Five Day Trips for Las Vegas RV Travelers

You already know when you come RV camping to Las Vegas that you’ll find the casinos, the shows and the architecture like nowhere else in America. Easy access to the Grand Canyon and Hoover Dam make those two wonders natural side trips while visiting, as well.

But did you know this desert city is surrounded by thousands of acres of wilderness, just waiting to be explored? If you’ve never seen Vegas beyond the lights, it’s time to find the best spots to hike, bike and  photograph just a short drive from the city limits.

Las Vegas Day Trip #1: Valley of Fire State Park

Valley of Fire State Park

Valley of Fire State Park

Don’t miss the stunning red rock formations in this enormous park just west of Lake Mead and an hour northeast of Las Vegas on I-15. Stop by the visitor center first to get a feel for just how special Valley of Fire State Park really is, then choose a trail or scenic drive and get closer.

The stunning beauty of gigantic shapes formed by wind and water will capture the attention of everyone in your group. From Mouse’s Tank to the White Domes and Elephant Rock, there’s a trail that will get you there, if you’re willing to venture off the road. There’s even a full-service campground on-site, if you decide to stay another day in the Valley of Fire. 

Las Vegas Day Trip #2: Mt Charleston (Spring Mountains National Recreation Area)

About an hour northwest of Las Vegas, with a scenic drive across Red Rock Canyon, RV travelers will find Mt Charleston, the highest point in the Spring Mountains National Recreation Area. The mountains rise up from the Mojave and offer a startling contrast to surrounding desert life.

A nicely-planned visitor gateway informs and educates about the wildlife, waterways and geological formations you’ll encounter. Hike through pine forests for views that encompass three states. Take a rocky, streamside trail on a mountain bike. Follow a scenic drive through canyons and forests, in the shadow of limestone bluffs. There are campgrounds, as well, for those who choose to stay outside Vegas an extra day. 

Las Vegas Day Trip #3: Sloan Canyon National Conservation Area

Imagine this: peace and quiet just a short drive south of Vegas, in the form of a pristine wilderness area. Sloan Canyon is an undeveloped dream of a place, where hikers can set out in search of mountain trails, desert flora and fauna and hundreds of petroglyphs waiting to be photographed.

Access the trails from the north by way of the Anthem trailhead in Henderson, NV. Bring what you need! This will be an authentic high desert, wilderness experience.

Las Vegas Day Trip #4: Lake Mead

It’s a quick forty minute drive southeast from Vegas to Lake Mead National Recreation Area, where hiking, biking, boating, fishing, swimming and taking scenic drives are just a few of the ways to spend a day trip.

The redrock landscape surrounding this waterway on the Arizona/Nevada border is full of secret canyons, rocky trails and Mojave Desert wildlife. Take the bikes along and follow marked trails past windy coves and wilderness landscapes. Drive a scenic loop along some of the lake’s more than eight hundred miles of shoreline. Or put on those hiking boots you’ve meant to use and discover why Lake Mead draws visitors year-round.

And when it’s time to rest, the lake itself beckons paddlers and boaters to explore the bright blue waters set against a brilliant landscape. It’s like no other lake you’ll visit on your US RV travels. 

Las Vegas Day Trip #5: Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area

Those brilliant red cliffs you can see from your Las Vegas campground are waiting to be explored! Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area, less than an hour west of the city, offers dozens of trails, excellent wildlife watching and a blazing palette of colors for photographers.

Follow trails through sandstone canyons, along the base of towering cliffs and through diverse landscapes teeming with plant and wildlife. Keep an eye out for bighorn sheep, fossils, petroglyphs and hidden pools. With so many trails to choose from, you may decide to plan several day trips to Red Rock Canyon, with Vegas as an easy base camp.

An RV camping trip to Las Vegas offers gaming, entertainment, fine dining and an amazing range of outdoor adventures. Book your Vegas RV rental now and start making plans to discover a different side of Vegas on your next vacation.

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Travel over the High Sierra from San Francisco to Reno in an RV

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San Francisco, CA

Begin a real RV adventure from the west coast of California and travel into the Sierra Nevada Mountains to experience some beauty and history like you wouldn’t believe. Starting out in San Francisco, you will take Interstate 80 all the way. But before embarking on your journey, be sure to enjoy the City by the Bay to the max. You can visit the zoo, wander the Strybing Arboretum & Botanical Gardens and attend a symphony in the evening.

One of the best ways to see all San Francisco has to offer is to take the historic Barbary Coast Trail. This walking tour will bring you to all of the city’s most famous sights, including Fisherman’s Wharf, Telegraph Hill, Union Square, Chinatown and much more. You will also get to see the Coit Tower and Ghirardelli Square, where you can buy exquisite chocolates.

Picture of California's State Capitol Building in Sacramento, CA

California’s State Capitol Building in Sacramento, CA

Okay, ready or not, we begin our trip. Drive to Sacramento, our wonderful California State Capital. A tour is in order before you browse the shops, eat in a fine restaurant or view Gold Rush attractions. Don’t miss Old Town, where history prevails and friendly people wander happily taking it all in.

While in Sacramento, stop at the Sacramento Zoo, a great place to take the kids but a wonderful experience for adults too! All sorts of animals, reptiles and birds! Certainly you will have fun watching the giraffes watching you. Another treat is to see the new Sumatran tiger cub that was just born in March. You will only see this baby if you are here in June, though. But the recently born Wolf’s Guenon is on exhibit now with its mom and dad.

Now head into the foothills and make your next stop Auburn, California. This is one place you won’t want to miss on your trip over the Sierra Nevada Mountains. A true Gold Rush town, Auburn offers an intriguing Saturday morning Farmer’s Market where you can stock up on some fresh fruits and veggies. Camp out at the Auburn Gold Country RV Park. The air is fresh in this foothills town and there is a lot to see. You simply must drive over the Foresthill Bridge on the east side of town. This is reportedly the tallest bridge in California. See wonderful views of the American River.

Now as you head east on Interstate 80, you will go higher and higher into the Sierra Nevada, overcome with the spectacular views as you go over Donner Pass. Then you will come to Donner Memorial State Park. Stop here and have a picnic by the lake, and bask in the sunshine while you watch the boats and water skiers. Check out the museum for some fascinating historical facts about this region.

Reno Nevada SignFinally you will reach exciting Reno, with its amazing nightlife, entertainment and gambling. Festivals happen all during the year and you are bound to find one going when you arrive. Even if you don’t, there is plenty to do to keep you busy. What a great trip! San Francisco to Reno! You’ll have to do it again sometime.

Picture credits: the picture of San Francisco is from the Wikimedia Commons. The picture of California’s State Capitol Building is from the Wikimedia Commons. It is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 Unported license. It is in the public domain. The picture of the Reno sign is from the Wikimedia Commons. It is in the public domain.

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New RV Rental Location in Las Vegas, Nevada

El Monte RV is pleased to announce that we have opened a new RV rental location in Las Vegas, NV. This brings to two the number of RV Rental Locations that El Monte RV has in the Las Vegas area to better serve your motorhome rental needs. The two locations are:

El Monte RV Rentals & Sales (the new location)
3800 Boulder Hwy
Las Vegas, NV 89121
Phone: (702)269-8000
Toll Free: (888) 337-2214

El Monte RV Rentals & Sales
13001 Las Vegas Blvd So
Henderson, NV 89044
Phone: (702)269-0704
Toll Free: (888) 337-2214

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An RV Trip to Lake Tahoe is a Sierra Nevada Adventure

Picture of Lake Tahoe

Lake Tahoe from the East Shore

An adventure in the Sierra Nevada Mountains is really fun to plan, particularly when taking an RV trip for your time away from home. Of course, Lake Tahoe is one of the premier destinations in the Sierras, and no matter the time of year, this is the place people go for a wealth of activities and events.

Lake Tahoe is split down the middle by the Nevada and California border, and has two areas to accommodate the traveler. One is the North Lake Tahoe area with all sorts of activities, attractions and events throughout the year. The other is South Lake Tahoe, with outdoor activities galore, such as biking, hiking, boating and more. Play all day and play all night at Tahoe. RV camping is abundant. One place you may like to stay is at the Lake Tahoe KOA, a great home base while you explore the beauty of Lake Tahoe.

On the South shore, you should be sure to stop in to see Vikingsholm, a castle at the head of Emerald Bay. Originally built as a summer home in 1929, it is an architectural beauty. There are plenty of hiking trails here, the favorite being one where you can hike to Lower Eagle Falls. Another South shore attraction is Pope Beach with a mile-long stretch of sand. Perfect for families!

When you want to add a little excitement to your vacation, it is suggested you try a balloon trip. At Balloons Over Lake Tahoe you’ll find a thrilling balloon ride awaits, taking you over the tops of the trees with a bird’s eye view of the lake. Soaring more than 3,000 feet high, you will be overwhelmed with the experience, but at the same time you will be perfectly safe. All the pilots are experienced and certified.

All summer you can experience Valhalla at Lake Tahoe Arts, Theater & Music Festival. Get involved in the arts and enjoy the music in the best setting imaginable. It is held at the Tallac Historic Site, another must-see. You can explore this site and really get the feel of what it was like living in the mountains in the 1900s.

Before leaving the South shore, go to Tahoe Keys Marina for some water fun. You can rent boats or water equipment. Take a private charter or do some sport fishing. The activities are plentiful, like scuba diving, jet skiing, sailing or tubing. The fun never stops. Then head for the North shore for more! Hopefully you arrive while the Lake Tahoe SummerFest is being held. Discover the music, arts and theater celebration that is an eye-opening experience to young and old alike.

Also on the North shore, you will find the Ehrman Mansion where guided tours are captivating. The Gatekeeper’s Cabin Museum is where you really find out all about Tahoe history. There is so much to see and do at Lake Tahoe, but if you are ready to head home, be sure to first stop in Truckee for some shopping, and at Donner Lake for some more boating and perhaps water skiing. This will be the perfect ending to a perfect RV vacation.

Picture credits: The picture of Lake Tahoe is from the Wikimedia Commons. It is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 Unported license.

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A Scenic Journey to Nevada’s Ruby Mountains on an RV Vacation

The Jewel of the Ruby Mountains is a trip not to be missed. Nevada is an enticing spot for an RV vacation, with its glacier-carved canyons, tall peaks and flowered meadows. This scenic journey will start in Elko, Nevada and take you into Lamoille Canyon to your final destination – Road’s End and a picnic to remember.

If coming from the East, you will take Interstate 80 West, through Salt Lake City and to Elko. Stop in Elko, Nevada for a meal in a nice restaurant before beginning your adventure into the wild outdoors. When you begin your RV trip, take Lamoille Highway (Route 227) south, passing through Spring Creek. Before you reach Lamoille, Nevada, you’ll see signs for Lamoille Canyon Recreation Area, and you’ll turn on Forest Service Road 660, which is Lamoille Canyon Scenic Byway.

Now you are entering the canyon area of the beautiful Ruby Mountains. You can follow the interpretative signs for your own self-guided tour. The Ruby Mountain Wilderness encompasses more than 90,000 acres and here you’ll find many outdoor activities to keep you and your loved ones busy the whole day through. Don’t fail to stop at the many overlook spots along the route. You’ll marvel at the spectacular views.

Lamoille Canyon contains sights much like Yosemite National Park, with hanging valleys, towering mountain peaks, lakes and meadows. You will no doubt look in awe at Ruby Dome, where climbing and mountaineering are popular. Wildlife consists of mountain lion, elk, bighorn sheep, coyote and mule deer. You can fish the lakes and streams to catch rainbow and brook trout.

Those who love to get out and stretch those driving-weary muscles will enjoy the many trails that take you into the backcountry. You’ll discover your favorite trail among the 100 miles of trails in this region. When far enough along Lamoille Canyon Road, you’ll be in Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest with a long list of day hikes to enjoy within the Ruby Mountains Ranger District. Hike part of the Ruby Crest Trail or the whole 40 miles if you feel up to it.

Camping is available, with the Thomas Canyon Campground offering RV camping for vehicles up to 45 feet. Picnic on the natural terraces, fish in Lamoille Creek, and relax in the shade of the cottonwood and aspen. A trail from the campground will take you past a couple of lovely waterfalls and through an alpine meadow.

When you come to Road’s End at the very end of the byway, you can spread a picnic lunch while contemplating all the fun you’ve had so far in the great outdoors. If you head back to State Route 227 and continue south, you’ll come to Lamoille, Nevada, another charming stop to put on your itinerary. As long as you are so close, it is well worth the few extra miles. In the winter this little town is alive with skiers hitting the Ruby Mountain slopes for some fun. In the summer, it’s a great place to visit as a gentle re-entry point to day-to-day life.

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An RV Camping & Casino Vacation in Laughlin, NV

Suffering from winter doldrums? An RV camping and casino vacation in Laughlin, Nevada is the cure! This town on the Arizona/Nevada border is custom-made for winter camping fun, thanks to its thrilling casinos, beautiful riverside setting and comfortable RV campgrounds.

Here’s a quick guide to Laughlin to help you start planning your trip. As you plan, let us know if an RV rental is in the picture; our Las Vegas El Monte RV Rentals office is just ninety miles from Laughlin!

Laughlin NV – Camping and Casinos
One thing all Laughlin RV campgrounds have in common is an exciting setting. Laughlin KOA, for example, is right across the street from the fabulous Avi Casino and Resort, and camping guests share all the resort’s amenities. You’ll save money by camping in your RV while in Laughlin, and that means more fun at the casino’s Vegas-style gaming tables, slots and poker room.

Here’s another interesting choice for Laughlin RV camping – the Riverside Resort Hotel & Casino offers more than seven hundred full-service RV campsites right next door to Laughlin’s original casino. Poker, slots, table games and non-stop entertainment make this venerable gaming center one of Laughlin’s favorites.

Did we mention that year-round pleasant weather is one of the top reasons millions of visitors come to Laughlin each year? Another reason is the surrounding beauty of the Mojave Desert, bisected by the vibrant blue of the Colorado River. Both natural wonders provide plenty of outdoor recreation – fishing, boating and hiking are great ways to get to know the area. The RV campground at the Big Bend of the Colorado State Recreation Area is minutes from Laughlin gaming venues, and gives a front-row view of the river.

But let’s get back to Laughlin and the non-stop gaming excitement available to RV campers. One casino you’ll want to save time to visit is the Colorado Belle, a replica paddle-wheeler riverboat with six restaurants and hundreds of casino games. Another amazing place to play, right in the heart of Laughlin’s Riverwalk entertainment district, is the Aquarius Casino, where slots, table games and sports book gambling go on twenty-four hours a day.

These are just four of a dozen gaming venues that make up the heart of Laughlin, Nevada. For more information on the city that rose from the banks of the Colorado, click here. Don’t simply sit and dream about camping this winter…make your way by RV to Laughlin, Nevada, the city that entertains RVers day and night.

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Winter Travel Idea – RV Camping in Death Valley!

Picture of Lake Badwater in Death Valley National Park

Lake Badwater in Death Valley National Park

Did you know the camping season opens at Death Valley National Park in autumn? With three million acres of one-of-a-kind wilderness, this national park on the California/Nevada border is one everyone should add to their winter RV camping itinerary.

Our readers may wonder “Why on earth would I want to camp in the desert?” The answer lies in the unique beauty of Death Valley. Immense salt flats, wide, rocky stretches populated by desert plants and animals and lush, unexpected oases are all a part of Death Valley.

And the history! The mysterious splendor of Scotty’s Castle, rising elegantly in Grapevine Canyon, is just one of the historic sites RV campers will remember from their visit to Death Valley National Park. When you come to Death Valley, you’ll also learn where the Timbisha Shoshone tribe makes their home, how Chinese mine workers left their influence and the role played by Japanese Americans interred in the Valley during World War II.

But how will you spend your time outdoors at Death Valley? Whether you love to hike rugged trails, photograph desert wildlife or bike Death Valley’s hundreds of miles of roadways, it’s sure to be a singular experience. Trails ranging from quiet desert strolls to backcountry wilderness routes wind for hundreds of miles through the Valley.

Another spot RV travelers award high marks is Furnace Creek Resort, where the National Park Service operates an RV campground adjacent to a first-class desert resort. Visit the museum that tells the story of Furnace Creek’s role in the borax industry as you enjoy exceptional amenities in the middle of the desert. It’s also centrally located to area trails, natural wonders and historic points of interest.

Nearby Attractions for Death Valley Visitors
There’s enough to see and do at Death Valley National Park to fill your vacation days, but just in case you’re looking for a side trip or two, here are three suggestions:

  • Amargosa Opera House at the tiny town of Death Valley Junction offers a walk into the world of art and theater in a remarkable setting.
  • China Ranch Date Farm in Tecopa, CA is a lovely oasis in the Mojave Desert where visitors can tour the museum and farm, hike wonderfully scenic trails and purchase delicious California dates.
  • Tecopa Hot Springs Resort offers not only the benefits of a natural hot springs but an RV campground, easy access to Amargosa Gorge and Dummont Dunes and a fascinating arts community, as well.

Sounds like a great way to escape the cold of winter, doesn’t it? Death Valley RV campgrounds keep your trip affordable and the comfort of motorhome camping keeps your trip to the Mojave Desert enjoyable. You’ll find our El Monte RV Rentals office in Las Vegas, NV within a couple of hours’ drive of Death Valley Junction, eastern gateway to the national park. Come find why our readers rate Death Valley National Park an excellent venue for winter RV camping.

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Top 10 Places to See in Las Vegas

Folks who go RV camping like to take their vacations off the beaten path. But if you’ve never considered a Las Vegas RV camping trip, it’s time to take another look. Look through our Top 10 Places to See in Las Vegas; we think you’ll find plenty of reasons to take your own RV trip there soon.

  1. Ash Meadows National Wildlife Refuge just an hour and a half north of Las Vegas thrills visitors with the chance to see species found nowhere else on Earth.
  2. Ethel M’s Chocolate Factory and Botanical Gardens – treat your sweet tooth to a tour of Ethel M’s, minutes away in Henderson.
  3. Golf in Las Vegas is a popular way for RVers to spend time. With more than two dozen golf courses in Las Vegas, there’s no end to the challenge.
  4. Hoover Dam – This architectural wonder is one all Vegas visitors should see. Hoover Dam tours from Las Vegas are easy to arrange. Here’s a tip: if you’re looking for out-of-the-ordinary, see Hoover Dam by helicopter or take a smoothwater float trip down the Colorado River to see the dam from a unique perspective.
  5. Las Vegas Motor Speedway – exciting races, car shows and other special events make the Las Vegas Speedway a favorite with RV campers.
  6. Lied Discovery Children’s Museum – let your kids learn in a fun environment at more than one hundred fascinating exhibits in this Downtown Vegas museum.
  7. Mount Charleston – just thirty minutes north of The Strip, is a wonderful place to hike and explore the Spring Mountain Range.
  8. Pinball Hall of Fame – Feeling nostalgic for pinball? Come visit one of the world’s largest collections of pinball games. You can even play the games that made pinball famous!
  9. Red Rock Canyon National Recreation Area is only twenty miles away and a stunningly beautiful place for plant and wildlife lovers to spend a day.
  10. The Casinos! If you haven’t experienced the Vegas casinos, there’s a world of excitement waiting. And we aren’t just talking about gaming – attractions like NewYork-NewYork’s roller coaster and the MGM Grand’s CSI Experience keep RV traveling families entertained.

Come see us for Las Vegas RV rentals, and be sure to take advantage of close to the action RV parks like Las Vegas KOA at Circus Circus and Oasis Las Vegas RV Resort.

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In Search of RV Camping and Fitness Resorts

If you’re one of those RV camping fans who enjoys getting (or staying) fit while on vacation, here’s some good news! A growing trend in RV campground amenities is the addition of fitness classes, expanded fitness facilities and healthy dining options on-site.

We know our readers are always looking for innovative RV travel ideas, so we’ve done a little research on some amazing RV camping and fitness resorts. Here are just four of the campgrounds we’ve discovered:

U.S. RV Camping and Fitness Resorts

  • Nevada Treasure RV Resort in Pahrump, NV is an amazing place focused on fitness for their guests. Stay active at the bowling center, nicely-equipped fitness center, and two pools, all free to resort guests.
  • Caribbean Cowboy RV Resort in Tarpley, TX is definitely interested in helping RVers get fit! This park features:
    • Personal trainers,
    • Group fitness classes,
    • Water aerobics in the indoor pool,
    • Fitness center,
    • Therapeutic massage and
    • Nutritious meals
  • Spring Gulch Resort Campground in New Holland, PA has a full range of fitness amenities for RV campers, including an on-site day spa, fitness center, mini golf course, hiking trails, two pools and a swimming lake.
  • Sun ‘n Fun RV Resort in Sarasota, FL is nationally-known for the amazing range of activities available for guests. Besides the fitness center, multi-sport courts give RV campers the chance to play a little volleyball, basketball, or tennis. If you’re still feeling the need for activity, stop by the Olympic-size pool for a water aerobics class!

This adds a whole new dimension to your RV camping possibilities, doesn’t it? Reserve a campsite at one of these campgrounds, or ask your favorite camping spot what fitness activities they offer. Staying active while RV camping is simple, you just need to know where to camp!

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