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Date : Feb 02, 2017 Category : Best RV Resorts
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Fantastic RV Tourist Spots

Fantastic RV Tourist Spots

Fantastic RV Tourist Spots wrote by savvy Lauren Families who vacation together stay together! Going RV’ing is a smart way to have quality time with your loved ones on an unforgettable adventure without breaking the bank. If you are looking for some incredible places to see while you take some RV tours around the country, then you need to check out this article. Here is a list of the best campgrounds and parks for RV Tours:

1. South Padre Island

South Padre Island

Anyone looking to enjoy some time in the Gulf of Mexico will have a blast on South Padre Island. This barrier Island is located just outside the Southern tip of Texas. There are miles of gorgeous beaches and some of the best snorkeling areas in America.

Kids can enjoy building sandcastles and looking for sea shells. Adults can relax on a catered partial day cruise. Many places offer early bird specials! There are many of places to camp on RV tours as well. Isla Blanca Park has six hundred RV sites and is one of the most sought after on the island.

2. Vicksburg National Military Park


The National Military Park, located in Vicksburg, Mississippi, is a great National Military Park that is situated right in the town.Below is one of the several beautiful structures commemorating the many soldiers that died in the siege of Vicksburg.

Overlooking some of the battlefields you can get the feel for the closeness of the battles that were fought here In the Past. The park does a great job of showing you how close these fights were by marking the battle lines with colored signs right down to what regiment was on that line.These red and blue markers of canon and soldier locations can be clearly shown as you look at a section of rolling landscape, thus significantly putting the battles that took place here all into perspective.

This war was fought hand to hand and by canon to canon. Walking the path that these soldiers walked you can feel the somberness of the entire area. Only 40 miles west of the state capital of Jackson and 230 miles north-northwest of New Orleans, Vicksburg is a popular destination for RVers and other vacation travelers. Several RV parks and campgrounds are in and around the city.

3. Camp Gulf

Camp Gulf

Florida has always been a favorite vacation spot for all types of visitors from all over North America and abroad. RV owners who wish to spend time with their loved ones in a relaxed Floridian environment can visit a secluded beach in between the Choctawhatchee Bay and the Gulf of Mexico to stay water-front at Camp Gulf.

4. Colonial Williamsburg

Colonial Williamsburg

History buffs flock to this favorite Virginian vacation spot every year to get a feel for life back in the Colonial period. Williamsburg KOA Campground is close to the Yorktown and Jamestown settlements too, making it the ideal place to camp.

5. Golden Isles

Golden Isles

The outside of Florida and Georgia is speckled with a few barrier islands known as the Golden Isles. Sea shell hunters will enjoy taking RV tours to these sandy, unspoiled beaches.

Visitors can stay at the Golden Isles RV Park on the mainland of Brunswick, Georgia then have fun making the rounds to Sea Island, St. Simons, and Jekyll Island.

6. Columbia River


The Columbia River runs through Oregon, Washington, and across the border into Canada. RV tourists who want to stay on the American side of the river can camp out at the Columbia River National Scenic Recreation Area. This favorite spot for RV tours is rustic and incredibly natural. Visitors will enjoy hiking and seeing the mountains and waterfalls along the river.

7. Fort Wilderness


One of the biggest expenses are when going on an Orlando theme park vacation with kids is the accomodations. RV tours are a smart way to save on that part of trip. RV owners can stay at Disney’s Fort Wilderness in between Epcot and the Magic Kingdom to save money without sacrificing any of the magic.

8. Crater Lake National Park

Crater Lake National Park

The deepest lake in the US is a favorite vacation spot for those who enjoy RV tours. Located in Southern Oregon, this stunningly beautiful water filled crater is a great place for hiking and boating. People sometimes swim during summer months but it can be quite cold. Crater Lake RV Park is usually the first choice for RVers looking for somewhere to stay nearby.

9. Key West


One of the last in the chain of the Florida keys, Key West has so much to offer families on vacation. It is one of the best beaches in the United States where the ocean water is warm enough to swim in year round. Boyd’s campground is the only place to park an RV, but beware. The campsite was built years ago before big rigs were popular, so if you have a very large RV parking can be very tight.

10. Horse Thief Lake

Horse thief lake

Horse Thief Lake is just a mile ride away from the monumental Mount Rushmore. Families wanting to see the old part of South Dakota can stay at Horse Thief Campground and RV Resort. There is a pool, showers, picnic area, and a general store there on site all surrounded by the breathtaking natural habitat.

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