Taking a trip on the open road where you have more freedom to travel has become a go-to vacation for many people during this past year. You have the ability to go wherever you want, take however long you'd like, and change your plans as needed instead of being locked in.
Traveling by RV makes it even easier for you to do that. You don't have to worry about finding a hotel room at the last minute. Your mode of transportation and place to stay is all rolled into one. Taking a trip across the United States or through specific regions is a great way to show your family our beautiful country.
Now that you've decided to take a trip by RV, how do you figure out where to go? We've compiled our top interesting RV vacation destinations. Read on to discover where to take your next trip.
RV Vacation Destinations
Trying to figure out where to take your vacation is one of the most fun parts of planning the trip. With an RV, you don't have to be limited to one destination as you can easily travel from place to place and aren't inhibited by expensive plane tickets.
With all the extra travel restrictions that are in place these days, not being limited to where you can go and how you can get there is important. The last thing you want is to discover late at night that there are no available hotels in the town you're visiting. Traveling by RV is the way to go.
Below are some of the best RV vacation destinations, broken up by region:
West Coast Vacation Spots
The West Coast offers a lot of different climates, from snowy mountains to redwood filled forests, but the one thing it is most known for is its beaches. There are many state parks located along the coast that offer campgrounds that are perfect for hooking up your RV.
Located by Laguna Beach, the Crystal Cove State Park has over three miles of available beach and tidepools. It also has 18 miles of hiking trails for you and your family to explore. It is home to the Moro Campground that includes 29 RV sites with electric hookups. Enjoy the mild climate as you mountain bike and experience scuba diving.
Going a bit up north to the town of Port Townsend in Washington, check out the Fort Worden State Park for a picturesque camping site. The town itself is full of Victorian buildings from the late 19th century. Head out to waterfront restaurants to have some local seafood.
Northern Vacation Destinations
If you'd like to take your trip to the Northern part of the country, there are plenty of places for you to choose from. The area around Red Lodge in Montana is the perfect place to visit. Not only is it perfect for RV travel, but it is also a top place to visit if you're looking to hunt big game.
For both the novice and experienced hunter, Gallatin National Forest is the best place to hunt elk. Check out Arnzen Arms to ensure you have everything you need when you head out on your next hunting adventure.
Yellowstone National Park is another stop to add to your list of top RV destinations and it crosses the states of Idaho, Montana, and Wyoming. The park is filled with tons of natural sights, including different wildlife. Keep your eye out for bison, grizzly bears, and wolves!
East Coast RV Stops
The East Coast offers some new RV vacation ideas. Whether you're looking for a destination along the coast, in a mountain region, or more down toward the Gulf of Mexico, you're sure to find something that fits your travel needs on the East Coast.
Grandfather Mountain in North Caroline offers a unique stop to add to your vacation stops. It is part of the Appalachian Mountains and is home to miles of hiking trails to explore. It is also home to the Mile High Swinging Bridge that connects two mountains at one mile above sea level.
In Bear, Deleware, check out Lums Pond State Park. The campground there has 66 RV hookup sites and is home to the largest freshwater pond in the state. Bring your rod and tackle box to fish out of the pond. There are also two zipline courses and an equestrian center for you and your family to enjoy.
Southern Vacation Spots
If you're looking to explore the Southern region of the country, there a lot of places that you and your family will love. The South is filled with vibrant communities, waterfront campgrounds, and historic landmarks.
Savannah, Georgia is a popular place for any RV traveler to add to their list. Enjoy your evening meal eating at a restaurant that sits along the river. The town itself has historic buildings, lots of boutique shops, and even ghosts! There a lot of campgrounds to choose from, but overnight parking near the convention center is a good choice.
The William B. Bankhead National Forest in Alabama features hiking trails, RV campgrounds, and waterfalls. You can also check out the Hurricane Creek Shooting Range if you're looking to target practice or improve your shooting skills. If you're tired of cooking for a night, head over to the lodge to have a meal at their restaurant.
Time to Start Planning
It is never too early to start planning your next adventure. Traveling by RV will give you the freedom to see many sights instead of being limited to visiting only one place.
Whether you want to just explore one area of the United States or are interested in doing a cross-country road trip, there are plenty of RV vacation destinations. Check out some of our other posts for more vacation destinations!