If you’re like many Americans this summer, you love packing up and heading out on the road to see America the Beautiful. Some travelers love traveling so much that they chose to purchase a RV to enhance their experience and truly live on the road. Besides packing clothes, food, and bath necessities on your next RV trip, make sure your RV has the proper RV insurance incase an accident were to occur on your trip.
So you’ve just bought your new RV, invested in that essential RV insurance, and are now planning to take a trip this summer. The question remains though- where to go and what to see? Well according to the Travel Channel, the following is a list of America’s greatest RV parks for your family to visit and stay at after a long and eventful day on the road:
Durango RV Resort
Red Bluff, California
The Durango RV Resort is a high-end escape with 174 sites on the Sacramento River. . Meet fellow travelers by the pool, in the clubhouses or at the outdoor fireplaces. Pamper your pooch with a run at the 45-acre dog park followed by a scrub down at the self-serve automatic dog-washing station.
Boyd’s Key West Campground
Key West, Florida
Featuring oceanfront campsites located just a few minutes from the action of Key West, Boyd’s is a great way to experience this favorite Florida hot spot.
Horse Thief Lake Campground
Hill City, South Dakota
Horse Thief Lake is a no-frills, family-owned campground with rustic charm and a convenient location near many of South Dakota’s natural wonders. Buffalo roam in nearby Custer State Park and herds of wild mustang run through the Black Hills Wild Horse Sanctuary. The campground itself is a quiet respite from the nearby activity and offers fire rings at each site, a shop for basic goods and a small heated pool.
Rivers Edge RV Park
Sleep under the midnight sun in this well-appointed RV park in Fairbanks. There are 190 sites, but the resort maintains a peaceful vibe with plenty of room for guests to spread out. There’s a network of walking and biking trails to stretch your legs and the resort’s restaurant, Chena’s, serves 3 square meals a day.
Yosemite Pines RV Park
While there’s RV camping available inside Yosemite National Park, the campgrounds are primitive, with no hook-ups. If you’re looking for more amenities, the best option is to set up camp outside of the park. Yosemite Pines RV Park is just 22 miles from the park and offers premium pull-through and back-in sites. This family-friendly resort has a gold mine where kids can pan for gold and a petting farm with alpacas.
Zion River Resort
Just 13 miles from the south entrance to Zion National Park, the Zion River Resort is popular with tourists and snowbirds who put down more permanent roots in the winter.
The Shady Dell RV Park
Shady Dell is an RV park with a twist — if you can’t bring your own RV to this corner of southern Arizona, you can find one here. This resort is home to 9 lovingly restored antique trailers.
So the next time you decide to venture out onto the roads of the great US of A, remember to call Paradiso Insurance to ensure your RV is properly insured today!