Many of us won’t be jetting off overseas this year, but that doesn’t mean we can’t have an exciting staycation. If you’re keen to take a camping trip in your RV check out these top five destinations.
- Melville Ponds Campground, Rhode Island
Melville Ponds Campground is located on Aquidneck Island. Around the park you’ll find hiking trails, to explore the beautiful landscapes of Melville Ponds Park. If you fancy a swim and a relaxing day, Sandy Point Beach is nearby. Campers can find electric hook-up lots here, along with Wi-Fi facilities and cable TV. The campground isn’t too far from the Newport Mansions, here you can explore a range of different exhibitions, or catch an event such as The Newport Flower Show.
2 . Spring Lake RV and Camping Resort, Kansas
This is a delightful RV park based in Kansas, a lovely resort along the Spring Lake. Fishing is a popular activity here, you can check out walking trails, the swimming pool, or mini-golf. There are fire rings and camping hook-up sites, to use at your leisure. One of the great things about the resort is the range of events, you can check out the Poker Run, live bands, or watch the fireworks. Fancy a family-friendly day trip nearby? Why not head on down to the Sedgwick county zoo, or the Kaufman museum.
- Upper Pines Campground, Yosemite National Park
Check out this quaint RV park, located amongst Yosemite National Park. Here you can access facilities such as food storage, toilets, and RV lots (non-electric). Yosemite National Park is famous for its beautiful waterfalls, there’s much beauty to explore here from the meadows and valleys to the forest of huge sequoia trees. Take a tour, try a hiking trail, or visit the Pioneer Yosemite History Center. This stunning National Park is certainly a great bucket list destination.
- White River Campground, Mount Rainier National Park
According to NPS, Mount Rainier ascends to ‘14,410 feet above sea level.’ This active volcano is known as ‘the most glaciated peak in the contiguous U.S spawning five major rivers.’ Mount Rainier National Park is the perfect place for an RV Camping adventure. The White River Campground is located in northeast of the park. At the campground, you’ll find non-electric RV sites and restrooms. It’s worth noting that the grounds do not have showers on-site. While you’re here be sure to try the beautiful ‘Glacier Basin’ route, for the hike of a lifetime.
- Big Bear RV Park, Palmer, Alaska
Here you’ll find an RV park that’s surrounded by beautiful mountains, there are electric RV sites, picnic tables, and fire rings. You’ll love hiking around the park where you’ll discover plenty of wildlife, fir trees, and native wildflowers. While you’re here don’t forget to check out the Alaska Native Heritage Center, where you can learn about art, culture, and even try a native dance! You don’t need to go on an expensive luxury vacation to have fun, camping is the perfect trip for all the family.
Before you head off on an RV trip ensure that you have your RV serviced, you’ll want to make sure that your vehicle is in good working order before you hit the road. You might even like to give your camper a few nifty upgrades whether it’s rv audio-video installation or solar panels for your roof.