The Best RV Parks in Every State
Park yourself and your vehicle at these best RV parks in every state for travelers who like to see the world from the comfort of their home on wheels, and you’ll surely be a happy camper!
Alabama: Gulf State Park Campground, Gulf Shores
Choose from nearly 500 RV sites with full hook-ups and paved pads at Gulf State Park with options to sit lakefront or in the woods. It’s ideal for hikers, who can access the 25-mile Hugh Branyon Backcountry Trail at several points throughout the campground, where park naturalists are available to offer guided nature walks. Amenities include air-conditioned bath houses, laundry facilities, tennis courts, swimming pool, kayak rentals, and bike rentals, so there’s never a moment to get bored! Rates range from about $48 to $63 per day. Check out these spectacular photos of America’s national parks.
Alaska: Edgewater Lodge RV Resort, Soldotna
Located on the banks of the Kenai River, Edgewater Lodge RV Resort puts guests in the heart of the best salmon fishing in Alaska, which is home to a 97-pound King Salmon. RV sites are just a short walk to the river, and the resort is also close to Kenai National Wildlife Refuge with bears, caribou, moose, sheep, and other wildlife. You’ll also find fish cleaning tables, fishing charters, a laundry, and shower facilities. Sites have water and electric and cost between $25 and $35 per night.
Arizona: Grand Canyon Railway RV Park, Williams
Did you know there’s an RV park that will provide you with a high definition digital TV? You’ll find it near the Grand Canyon in Williams, Arizona! It also comes with free WiFi, access to an indoor swimming pool and hot tub at the Grand Canyon Railway Hotel, as well as shower facilities. Leave Fido at the on-site pet resort while you’re exploring the Grand Canyon, and enjoy basketball and volleyball courts, horseshoes, and a picnic area—all for no more than $50.75 per night. These are the summer vacations you need to book well in advance.
Arkansas: Wanderlust RV Park, Eureka Springs
Just a few miles east of Eureka Springs, Arkansas, a Victorian town with more than one million tourists each year, Wanderlust RV Park is a 46-acre property set on a scenic ridge, overlooking a deep valley, perfect for viewing sunsets. Filled with trees, flowers, and shrubbery, the park often attracts deer, birds, and other wildlife. There’s a tourist trolley to take visitors into town and costs at its 85 full hook-up sites range from $37 to $39 per night.
California: Wine Country RV Resort, Paso Robles
Located in San Luis Obispo County’s Paso Robles wine region, the Wine Country RV Resort has an on-site wine garden where they regularly host events, and it’s just a short drive from Hearst Castle and several hot springs. At a cost of $100 per night, the resort provides WiFi access, restroom and shower facilities, a laundry, swimming pool and hot tub, playground, and game room.
Colorado: Elk Meadow Lodge/RV Park, Estes Park
Want to explore Rocky Mountain National Park by RV? Estes Park is the perfect home base with Elk Meadow Lodge open May through October and right at the entrance to the park. Just a mile from the town of Estes Park, the resort has an outdoor pool and hot tub, bathhouse, laundry, live entertainment in the lodge, a variety of games, and a playground. Rates run from $71 to $77. Don’t miss these national parks that are off the beaten path.
Connecticut: Odetah Camping Resort, Bozrah
This amazing RV resort has its own spa services, letting guests choose from facials, massages, and pedicures. If that isn’t enough, it also has a movie theater, splash pad water-play area, two restaurants, delivery service, and outdoor pool with Jacuzzi where the resort hosts DJ pool parties throughout camping season. The resort is also close to lakes and beaches where visitors can swim, fish, or rent canoes, kayaks, or rowboats from the camp boathouse. Full hook-up rates range between $33 and $93 per night.
Delaware: Lums Pond State Park, Bear
Stay a night or two at Lums Pond, a 200-acre freshwater pond, where visitors can fish, hike, horseback ride, disc golf, boat, or try the Go Ape! Treetop Adventure Course filled with obstacles, climbs, and zip lines. On site, you’ll find concessions, picnic area, showers, playground, and a boat launch area. Costs are between $30 and $59 for both water and electric and pull-through sites, depending on the season. In your travels, make sure to try the most iconic foods in each state.
Florida: Henderson Beach State Park, Destin
How does a view of the Gulf of Mexico out your RV sound? A stay at Henderson Beach State Park along Florida’s panhandle will afford you such views along 6,000 feet of natural shoreline with boardwalks, pavilions for picnicking, playground, and a pet-friendly nature trail. The park has 60 campsites with water and electric with an air-conditioned and heated bathhouse and laundry facility. Camping fees are $30 per night. Don’t miss these 15 amazing American campsites to add to your bucket list.
Georgia: Stone Mountain State Park, Stone Mountain
With 250 campsites to choose from with full or partial hook-ups, you can rest your head at this fun RV park just north of Atlanta. Located at Stone Mountain State Park, Georgia’s top attraction, sites offers perks like gas grills, wooden decks, WiFi, views of Stone Mountain Lake, cable, and laundry facilities for between $47 and $65 per night. There is so much to do at Stone Mountain like riding the railroad, taking the Scenic Skyride, enjoying the nighttime laser light show, and adventure ropes course.