Curious Traveler: 7 Destinations That Offer the Best RV Vacations

Did you know in 2017, 41.8 million people went camping in the US?

Whether it’s pitching up a tent or driving round in an RV, it’s clear to see that ditching the hotel scene is becoming increasingly popular.

Yes, nothing beats a summer road trip in an RV. But the best RV vacations need the best locations. So where can you park up this summer? Read on to find out the best RV destinations you shouldn’t miss.

Are you ready? Fill up the tires, grab your suitcase, and pile in the RV … let’s go!

On the Road Again — Best RV Vacations

Whether you opt for RV parks or somewhere of the beaten track, you need to know which are the BEST places to RV. Because some locations are just not suitable for an RV vacay, whereas others are absolutely jaw-dropping.

Let’s take a look at 7 astounding RV vacation destinations for the ultimate road trip.

1. Glorious Glaciers — Glacier National Park, Montana

Some of the best RV destinations are just around the corner. But for others, you have to travel a bit further. And traveling to the Glacier National Park is definitely worth the journey!

From pristine forests and rugged mountains to serene lakes and tranquil meadows. Glacier National Park is a hikers paradise. It also has a rich history and culture to discover.

Remember, in Glacier National Park you can only park up in designated areas. But, there is no need to panic, as there are hundreds of campgrounds to choose from. Featuring all different price ranges and various levels of amenities.

2. Visit the King — Graceland RV Park, Memphis

One of the best places to RV camp for Elvis fans has to be the Graceland RV Park. The camp is right next to Elvis Presley’s iconic Graceland Mansion.

From swimming pools to Wi-Fi, the RV camps are well-equipped with all the amenities you would expect from a King!

Close by is the city of Memphis which offers a butt-load of incredible tourist attractions. But if you’re looking for something a little more off the beaten track, try out some biking and walking trails through lush forests.

3. Watch Out for Bears — Yellowstone National Park

No list of RV vacation destinations would be complete without a trip to Yellowstone National Park. Half the fun is in the journey with many landmarks and mountainous roads to see on the way. But when you arrive, that’s when the real adventure begins.

Dubbed as America’s living natural history museum, you can explore the 2.2 million acres of beauty. With hydrothermal wonders and a huge concentration of wildlife, you’ll have a lot to explore. And don’t forget to watch out for bears!

But before you book an RV camp, make sure to check the small print. As most camps have limitations regarding the size of your RV.

4. An Aquatic Playground — Fall Creek Falls, Tennessee

Do you want to see the largest waterfall east of the Mississippi? Then you’ve got to head to Fall Creek Falls State Park. One of the largest parks in Tennessee, there are 26,000 acres to explore.

Besides lush forests, the true beauty of the park lies in its aquatic playground. Cascades, gorges, streams, and waterfalls galore make it a must-see for waterfall enthusiasts. Canoeing and wild-water rafting are just a few of the exciting activities you can try.

Visiting Fall Creek Falls, which is 256 feet, should definitely be on your RV camping bucket list.

The park has over 200 campsites to choose from, so you’re spoilt for choice. For the budget traveler, there are campsites with just the basics. But for the luxury RV camper, some campgrounds offer gourmet restaurants, golf courses, and even laundry services.

5. The Crown Jewel — Acadia National Park, Maine

One of the top RV vacation destinations in the US is the crown jewel of the North Atlantic Coast. With 27 miles of motor roads within, it’s perfect for an RV road trip.

The park boasts the tallest mountain on the Atlantic coast. This natural beauty features many hiking trails, both through rich forests and along scenic coastal trails. As well as the scenery, there is also an abundance of wildlife and a rich cultural history to explore.

There are many cool RV campsites to choose from. As it’s so popular during high-season, it’s always a good idea to book beforehand.

6. Tim McGraw’s Recommendation — Telluride, Colorado

One of the best places to RV has to be the classic Telluride Valley. Because if Tim McGraw sings about it, you know it’s going to be great! But this tiny mountain town nestled in a glorious valley isn’t the place for a calm vacay.

Throughout the summer the busy town hosts an array of festivals. From hot air balloon carnivals to wine festivals, and music concerts. It’s always party time in Telluride.

Of course, if you do want to get away from it all, there are a few tranquil spots to visit. Such as hiking through the San Juan Mountains and sleeping under the stars in the Mountain Village.

Take note that in the Telluride area there are parking limits. You can’t just park up anywhere overnight, you can only park up in a designated campground.

7. Return to the Mountains — Yosemite National Park, California

Last, but not least, one of the most adventurous RV vacation destinations is Yosemite National Park. The towering valleys, impressive waterfalls, and awe-inspiring glaciers make it a must-see. And on top of the huge wonders to explore, there are ancient historical sites to discover too.

It’s easy to see why it’s one of the top National Parks to visit in the US!

There are only 10 campgrounds that accommodate RVs, so making a reservation is essential. There are also limitations on RV lengths, so make sure to check the details before you go.

Grab Your Suitcase, It’s Time for a Road Trip!

Yes, the best RV vacations aren’t too far away. So, what are you waiting for? Pick a destination and hit the road today!

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