Did you know that over 430,000 RVs were shipped in 2020? This was a 6% increase from 2019 even though the RV industry had a two-month shutdown. If you are a new RV owner – welcome to the club.
We have put this short guide together to share the top U.S. RV parks that you want to make sure you add to your bucket list.
1. Dark Sky RV Campground
This gem of an RV park is located in Utah and it has everything you need to have a perfect RV getaway. Every RV site includes a dining table, propane fire pit, and a structure to provide some shade. For anyone that needs to get some work done the park also has fiber optic WiFi.
The reviews are wonderful as well where people raved about the showers, dog park, and location. Whether you are traveling in Tiffin motorhomes, fifth wheels, or travel trailers the sites are large enough to accommodate any rig because you have 75′ between sites (this is pretty much unheard of in RV parks).
2. Paradise Shores Camp
This campground is located in Bridgeport, CA, and is a family-owned campground. If you are looking for views for days then this is the park for you. You will be surrounded on three sides by the Sierra Nevada Mountains.
Plus, you are only a short drive from Yosemite National Park, Tuolumne Meadows, Virginia Lakes, Twin Lakes, and the town of Bodie. There are plenty of opportunities to relax either by the campfire or read a book on one of the hammocks. For the adventurers out there you can go rock climbing, paddle boarding, boating, fishing, kayaking, etc.
If you have family that wants to join your adventure but doesn’t have their own camper or tent, they can rent one of the trailers on-site or the house rental if they need more space. This is also a great option for taking an RV trip with friends that don’t own RVs yet.
3. Boyd’s Key West Campground
If you love sandy beaches then this RV park located in Key West, FL might be a perfect fit. They offer oceanfront sites and they are only a few minutes from all of the Key West action. The campground has bathhouses, laundry facilities, a pool, a beach area, kayak rentals, and a boat ramp.
They also have activities such as bingo, line dancing, and cornhole, to name a few.
4. Yosemite Pines RV Park
For those exploring Yosemite National Park in an RV, this campground is only 22 miles from the western entrance of this famous U.S. national park. Keep in mind that you can camp inside the national park but all of the camping sites are primitive. Yosemite Pines RV park has plenty of amenities and you can choose from either a back-in site or a pull-through.
Some of their amenities include fire rings, shower facilities, a volleyball court, nature and fitness trails, a playground, and a game area.
Which U.S. RV Parks Will You Visit
Now that you have our list of the top U.S. RV parks you can start making your travel plans. We hope that you get to visit and explore each of these parks in the future to create a life of more experiences and less junk.
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