6 Places to Stop on Your RV Trip Around America

Traveling in an RV is a fantastic way to see the world. You can just get up and go whenever you feel like it, you don’t have to stay in the same places longer than you want to, and you can take all the luxuries of home on the road with you. Whether you own your own RV, or are planning to rent one for your big American road trip, you are sure to have a brilliant time. Here are six of the best places to stop and enjoy on your journey.

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Key West, Florida

Key West is Florida’s southernmost point and a perfect place to visit if you love nothing more than a day on the beach, trying out beach sports and hitting the water to try some new watersports. Key West is a popular destination for young people and families and offers plenty to do.

Trace State Park, Mississippi

State and National parks are fantastic places to visit in your RV as there is usually a specific RV park and plenty to do when you get there. Trace State Park is just 7 miles from the city of Tupelo, one of the fastest growing cities in the country. The park is an excellent place to visit if you want to take some time out to reconnect with nature without being too far from the excitement of a thriving city.

Huntington Beach State Park, South Carolina

Huntington Beach is right on the coast of South Carolina and the perfect place to see a wildlife and nature. The area is home to sea turtles, alligators and a wide range of birdlife. There are lots of trails to explore so make sure you’ve got a comfy RV reclining loveseat to relax in when you get back.

Acadia National Park, Maine

Arcadia National Park is 47,000 acres of parkland. There are rocky beaches, granite peaks, mountains, wildlife, nature and a bayside town. There is loads to see and do at this national park as well as plenty to learn about the park’s history and natural habitat.

South Padre Island, Texas

South Padre Island is a resort off the coast of Texas. It’s well known for its sandy beaches, calm seas, dolphin sanctuary and sea life nature center, and has space for over 600 RV’s to park up. You’ll also find an array of restaurants, cafes and shops to explore on your trip.

Fort Wilderness, Florida

Fort Wilderness is a Disney resort set in the middle of the great outdoors. The resort is 750 acres of pine and cypress forest, packed with wildlife and nature. The campsite is fully equipped with everything you could need and there is plenty of entertainment and activities to keep you busy. This resort is ideal for young families.

The beauty of an RV is that wherever you end up, you can be comfortable, safe and ready to see the sights. So, head out on an adventure to see some of these fantastic locations in your home away from home.

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