4 RV Camps to Check out
From Alaska to Florida, the following RV Campsites are quite a bit different from each other. You will definitely find something whether you are a solo, couple, or family traveler. These RV camps feature a bit of everything, from nature to cityscapes.
River’s Edge Resort (Fairbanks, Alaska)
If you’re making your way up north, this RV resort has 170 sites available. There’s plenty of space available so there’s no need to worry about being cramped next to another RV. It has a network of walking and biking trails, and its own restaurant, Chena’s. There’s even a shuttle bus for when you want to explore the surrounding attractions. So you don’t need to unhook your RV.
Durango RV Resort (Red Bluff, California)
This isn’t your usual RV campsite, it’s a resort. Durango has a pool and a spa year-round, a lodge room with a stone fireplace and big-screen tv. It has a plethora of on-site activities! Workout rooms, a basketball and tennis court, bocce ball court, and putting green. There are even activities for your canine companions! Definitely enough to keep you busy during your stay. Oh and can’t forget about their massage services. A great way to wind down after the long drives.
Horse Thief Lake Campground (Hill City, South Dakota)
If all the amenities of Durango RV Resort don’t interest you, or you want a more rustic and nature-filled experienced, the Horse Thief is your stop. Close to roaming buffalo fields and herds of wild mustang. Mt. Rushmore is only 12 miles from the Crazy Horse mountain while a short drive from the Mammoth site. It also has a heated swimming pool and a coin operated laundry facility available.
Boyd’s Key West Campground (Key West, Florida)
One of the more popular campgrounds in Key West, Boyd’s is family owned and operated for over 50 years. Its campsites are located on the oceanfront, has 24-hour security, and the most important amenity in today’s day and age, free WIFI. It has a total of 250 campsites located a few miles from the popular Duvall Street and downtown Key West.
These RV camps are just a snapshot of what is out there, but they’re a good place to start.
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