Take advantage of your time off this summer by planning a family or group RV road trip. These campgrounds are particularly enjoyable once the weather begins to warm up.
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At Talkeetna Camper Park you’ll park your rig in the shadows of Mt. Denali. You’re within walking distance of downtown Talkeetna, the Alaska Railroad Depot, and activities like scenic flights, fishing charters, rafting, riverboat excursions, hiking, and more.
Stay inside Crater Lake National Park at Mazama Campground. Seventy-five RV campsites are available on a first-come, first-served basis in June
Surrounded by Mt. Hood National Forest, campers can rock climb, bird watch, mountain bike, fish, hike, golf, and travel down the mountain via an alpine slide. You can even ski or snowboard at Timberline Lodge.
For RVers looking to stay at Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore, look no further than Platte River Campground, located in the southern district of the unit.
There’s no shortage of recreation activities from river floating to laser tag. The campground is also nearby local attractions, the Village of Lake George, Six Flags, Saratoga Springs, and more.
Cool off in the onsite swimming pools or take a dip in the Lamoille River at Mountain View Campground. Kayak and river tube rentals are available for the river or to take to nearby lakes: Green River Reservoir or Elmore Pond.
Enjoy a lobster roll at the campfire, paddleboard or kayak right from the campground, or rent a bike to see downtown Kennebunkport or Goose Rocks Beach.
Big Timber Lake RV Camping Resort provides easy access to offsite attractions like beaches, a zoo, a wildlife refuge, and wineries. The RV resort has onsite amenities like a lake, pool, restaurant, and Aerial Adventure Park.
Park your RV at a waterfront site right on Rehoboth Bay at Massey’s Landing. With a private beach and an outdoor pool, you can stay cool in the summer heat.