Traveling by recreational vehicles or RVs is an interesting thing in the US. But for you who is “not expert”, it may be tricky to decide where to visit for RV trip. So, here is this article to help you get some ideas.
1. Route 66
The first destination you can visit is the Route 66. It starts from Illinois and ends in California. You can use your RV from home if you live in the US. But you can also rent a vehicle if you don’t live around the starting or ending point.
A trip to go along Route 66 could take 2 weeks or more. The whole route crosses 8 states. You have to drive 2278 miles away from starting to the ending point. Many attractions will be great stops. They also accommodate RV park. One of them is in Williams, Arizona.
There is Canyon Motel & RV Park. The RV Park is located around the Northern Arizona mountain. Enjoy many facilities in a modern setting. Electric, wifi, water, sewer, restroom, shower, and charcoal BBQ are some standard services.
2. Trace State Park Mississippi
Parking in Trace State Park Mississippi, you will get the big rig, pull-thru, and picnic table. The other amenities are water, electricity, sewer, and full hookups. This site offers a natural location with a variety of outdoor activities. Some of them are boat ramp, fishing, and any water sports.
They also hold annual events every month. There is the Azalea Festival in April. Then Tupelo Elvis Festival and Children’s Discovery Day are held in June. And you can visit Tupelo Flea Market almost every month.
Meanwhile, if you want to attraction regularly, they also offer many options. There are Tupelo National Battlefield, Adkins Farms, also Pontotoc County Museum.
3. Zion River Resort
With a strategic place, Zion River Resort is an answer if you are still disoriented where to visit for RV trip. It is beside the tranquil Virgin River and less than a half-hour from Zion National Park. Each site in Zion River Resort has 60-70 feet long. The area is grassy and also has a concrete pad. Go to Premium Pull-Thru if you want more space. The location is at the end of the row. So, no other RV will park beside your patio side.
Moreover, don’t be anxious if it is your first time for RVing. The staffs are nice and willing to help you. Some facilities they have are also good. There are laundry, gift shop, wifi, and pool. Full hookup also must be your consideration.
4. Yosemite Pines RV
For RV camping in Yosemite, you need to make a reservation first. But if you didn’t, there is still another choice. It is by camping in a first come-first served campground.
There are 10 campgrounds with different facilities. But most of them don’t provide sewer, electrical, and water hookups. Yet, you can still find dump stations with fresh water at Wawona Campground and Upper Pines Campground. You can use the generator limitedly for only several hours. The allowed times are 2 pm, then 5 to 7 pm and 7 to 9 am.
5. Desert Southwest
Along Desert Southwest, some RV parks are open all year. One of them is Holiday Palms RV Park in Arizona, precisely in Quartzsite. Many facilities are available there. It is not hard to find a spa, car wash, and laundry room. Still, in Arizona, Lake Havasu City is also a good destination to visit. Havasu Falls RV Resort features 15 to 50 amp electric, shower, restroom, and pool. Just bring your pets because it is allowed.
You can continue driving approximately 3 hours and a half to the north. Stop at Pahrump and camp in Nevada Treasure RV Resort and Spa. There are more than 200 sites. Don’t worry about an electrical hookup because they provide it on each site. They even have BBQ grills for upscale sites.
Those are 5 destinations to suggest to you where to visit for RV trip. Enjoy the home atmosphere outside your home with some facilities in the park. Take your motorhome out, and go on vacation.