RVing puts the whole world right outside your front door, ready to be explored, enjoyed, and remembered. And when you’re ready to rest your head for the night – or longer – there are plenty of options for where to stay.
RV campgrounds can be stop-overs or destinations themselves. Thousands of campgrounds are located all over the country with varying levels of capacity and amenities. Make reservations ahead of time so you’ll have a campsite waiting for you when you arrive. And check out what’s available so you’ll know what you need to bring and what you won’t.
RV resorts share a lot of features with campgrounds, but add more luxury and conveniences such as pools and spas, golf courses, tennis courts, fishing, and more. For this reason, resorts are often more expensive than campgrounds. You’ll need a reservation at a resort as well, and you should be aware of what’s available and what’s nearby, such as attractions and theme parks.
It’s hard to beat the natural beauty of the 59 U.S. national parks. So why not enjoy that beauty up close? Camping in national parks is widely allowed and encouraged, so long as you follow the proper channels. For a list of national parks to visit and information on camping, click here.
Driveway surf as a way to visit friends across the country. Park your RV and stay a while on your own piece of land. The possibilities available to you in RV life are virtually endless, and you might be surprised where they take you next.