The Best RV Campgrounds in the US for Your Next Trip
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The Best RV Campgrounds in the US for Your Next Trip

The Best RV Campgrounds in the US for Your Next Trip

The summer is nearing and with it the most amazing season for taking your RV out on the road! Since the US is so vast, sometimes you may feel overwhelmed when choosing the best location for your next trip. Luckily, we’re here to help you decide. Read on to find out more about some of the glorious campgrounds the United States has to offer.

Edgewater Lodge RV Resort, Soldotna, Alaska

If you’re looking for a place to cool down from the summer’s heat, one of Alaska’s many RV camps may be the right choice for you. Alaska's Kenai River is home to a 97-pound King Salmon, making Edgewater Lodge RV Resort the ideal location for fishing enthusiasts to catch some of the greatest salmon in the state.

The Kenai National Animals Refuge, where bears, caribou, moose, sheep, and other wildlife may be seen, is only a short walk from the RV sites at the resort. In addition, you'll discover fish washing tables, fishing excursions, laundry facilities, and showers. If you want the comfort of running water and electricity, you should expect to put away around  $30 to $58 a night. 

Bonelli Bluffs Campground, Southern California

For those of you who’d like to spend your summer glamping in the sun, this campground is a great option. Bonelli Bluffs (previously known as East Shore RV Park) is situated approximately halfway between Los Angeles and San Bernardino, California.

It’s no doubt a beautiful place and it deserves to be on the list of some of the most beautiful parks in Cali, especially if you’re looking for a luxurious camping experience. At the foot of the San Gabriel Mountains, this highly-rated resort provides some of the nicest lakefront RV camping in Los Angeles County.

Other features include a beachside area with fire pits and fishing equipment for hire as well as two beautiful swimming pools and a wide range of fun activities for the entire family. In addition, they're just a short drive away from the various attractions in San Dimas, California.

There are also some other cool RV parks in California that you can check out by following the link.

Lake Rudolph Campground and RV Resort, Santa Claus, Indiana

Stay at Lake Rudolph Campground and RV Resort, only a short drive from Holiday World & Splashin' Safari amusement park, which is famed for its free drinks and sunscreen. Water parks, pools, basketball courts, gaming rooms, and paddle boats are just some of the attractions available. The resort offers full hookups for regular, super, and deluxe campsites so there are options for those who don’t want to spend a lot of money too. It’s important to mention that during peak season, booking a minimum of two nights is required.

Campers Haven RV Resort, Dennisport, Massachusetts

Campers Haven RV Resort is located on Nantucket Sound on Cape Cod. More than 270 full hook-up sites are waiting for you once you get there. A private beach perfect for swimming and sunbathing is one of the things you’ll love about this campsite. There’s also easy access to Martha's Vineyard and the historic lighthouses.

Cape Cod National Seashore is also just around the corner. There you can spend your time at their mini-golf and basketball courts and play some billiards. A small shop and snack bar, a playground, and a covered pavilion are also at your disposal. If you don’t mind spending around $70 a night, you’ll be staying at this great resort with free Wi-Fi and cable TV, as well as private restrooms and showers.

Big Timber Lake RV and Camping Resort, Cape May, New Jersey 

Big Timber Lake RV Camping Resort near Cape May offers a 2,000-square-foot pool and a lake perfect for kayaking and fishing expeditions. The Cape May County Park & Zoo and the Cape May National Wildlife Refuge are both nearby. If you love wine, there are also several wineries and vineyards a short drive away. Once you get to this resort, you'll discover mini-golf courses, bocce ball courts, and an exciting zip line. Sites cost around $56 per night and include laundry, a workout facility, bathrooms, and showers.

 

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