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!
Hawaii: Malaekahana Beach Campground, Kahuku
There aren’t many RV options in Hawaii due to the obvious difficulties of getting your RV across the Pacific Ocean, but there are a few places to pull up and camp should you rent an RV on the island. Malaekahana Beach Campground on Oahu’s north shore offers fantastic ocean views and beach access. There is a dedicated vehicle camping area, which you may be sharing with others, available for $9.41 per night with an outdoor beach shower and toilets. You can also rent kayaks, surfboards, and stand up paddleboards on site. Here’s everything you need to know before you book a Hawaii vacation.
Idaho: Crossings Winery and RV Park, Glenn’s Ferry
Exploring the Oregon Trail? Put Crossings Winery and RV Park on your list, which is on the site of a winery and golf course. Crossings Winery is one of the state’s oldest locally- and family-owned wineries and offers wine tastings seven days a week, as well as winery tours on the weekends. The winery also has both a tavern and a restaurant along with a nine-hole golf course. The RV park offers full hook-ups for between $15 and $35 per day.
Illinois: Carlyle Lake Dam West Campground, Carlyle
About 50 miles east of St. Louis on Carlyle Lake, Illinois’ largest man-made lake, this campground and RV park is ideal for water activities like fishing, sailing, biking, and hiking. The 26,000-acre lake hosts annual sailing races and regattas and is home to various wildlife and fish, including catfish, bass, drum, and bluegill. The grounds have 109 RV sites, which offer electricity and cost $18 to $52 per night, with access to a marina, boat storage, playground, biking and hiking trails, and an amphitheater that hosts educational programs.
Indiana: Lake Rudolph Campground and RV Resort, Santa Claus
Take the whole family for a fun getaway to Holiday World & Splashin’ Safari amusement park, known for their free sodas and sunscreen, and stay the night at nearby Lake Rudolph Campground and RV Resort. There are tons of activities from water parks and pools to basketball, game rooms, and paddleboats. The resort has standard, super, and deluxe sites with full hook-ups, starting at $32 in the off-season and $72 in peak season, when you may also need to spend a minimum of two nights.
Iowa: Amana RV Park and Event Center, Amana
Get in touch with your German heritage at this RV park located in the heart of the state’s historic Amana Colonies. The colonies are made up of seven National Historic Landmark villages that were once home to a religious group of immigrants who had faced persecution in their home country of Germany. Today, you’ll find historic buildings, boutiques, wineries, and German restaurants. The Amana RV Park puts you close to the action with more than 200 full hook-up sites for $37 nightly with free WiFi and a laundromat. You should also check out these other most European towns in America.
Kansas: Deer Creek Valley RV Park, Topeka
Centrally located to shopping, restaurants, and Lake Shawnee just off Interstate 70, the Deer Creek Valley RV Park has entirely concrete sites with landscaping and trees on the grounds. You’ll also find an in-ground pool open during the warmer months, fenced pet play area, and a playground. There are also restrooms, showers, and a laundry, as well as LonnieQ’s BBQ restaurant just outside the park. Its pull-through sites with electric, sewer, water, WiFi, and cable TV are $45 nightly.
Kentucky: Green River Lake State Park, Campbellsville
Ideal for water lovers, Green River Lake State Park sits along the 8,200-acre Green River Lake with a marina, boat slips, restaurant, and boat rentals. The 1,300-acre RV park and campground features an 18-hole miniature golf course, 28 miles of hiking trails, a beach, picnic area, plentiful fishing, and a playground. You’ll also find WiFi at their more than 150 standard electric hook-up sites available for around $28.
Louisiana: Fontainebleau State Park, Mandeville
Located on the site of the ruins of a former sugar mill built in 1829 along Lake Pontchartrain, Fontainebleau State Park features a sandy beach, a former railroad track converted to a walking trail, as well as a nature trail with signs denoting trees and bird species. There are more than 150 RV sites, some with sewage, water and electric, and some without, ranging in price from $18 to $33 each night. Check out these incredible places in every state where you can actually stay in overnight.
Maine: Sandy Pines Campground, Kennebunkport
Sandy Pines Campground sits within a beach forest in Kennebunkport and is home to 150 RV sites with access to electric and water hookups, starting at $55 per night. They regularly host social events like lobster bakes, ice cream socials, and live outdoor music, and you’ll also find amenities like a snack bar; park-wide WiFi; bike, kayak, and stand-up paddleboard rentals; heated pool; playground; and outdoor games, including giant Jenga, bocce, badminton, and volleyball. Be sure to check out the General Store, which has an entire section dedicated to s’mores! Don’t miss these delicious recipes inspired by s’mores, no campfire required.
Maryland: Woodlands Camping Resort, Elkton
Woodlands Camping Resort in Elkton, Maryland, has a special commitment to honoring U.S. veterans and maintains a special area called Veterans Circle where they hold a remembrance service each Memorial Day. The resort, which charges $55 nightly for its full hook-up sites, is family friendly with lots of outdoor game options, including basketball, wiffleball, volleyball, and badminton, and regular events from April through early November. There’s also a large swimming pool, fishing pond, and hiking and biking trails.