The last of the snow is melting and the robins have returned. Spring is here, and that makes this the perfect time to go on an RV adventure. Many people pick the spring to go to different destinations because they can enjoy the attractions without dealing with the big crowds that arrive during the summer months.
Below you will find 10 great destination ideas. Before going on your trip, pack the essentials, and look into purchasing a roadside assistance plan to ensure that help is available 24/7 should something unexpected happen on your camping trip!
1. Austin, Texas
Blooming wildflowers draw RV travelers to this great Texas city that has everything a tourist could want. If you are looking for camping, Austin has numerous RV parks including the Lone Star RV Resort Park and the McKinney Falls State Park. Go fishing, boating, hiking, biking, and more!
2. Charleston, South Carolina
Blooming magnolia trees and southern home cooking entice people to visit this East Coast town. Stroll under the moss-covered trees or take walks along the beaches as you listen to great southern music. Park your RV at one of the many RV parks, including James Island County Park, as you enjoy camping and viewing the sights.
3. Grand Canyon, Arizona
Definitely skip the summer crowds and go visit this great landmark during the spring. The Grand Canyon not only has spectacular sights, it also has some of the best camping grounds for people who just want to get away from the demands of civilization. Hike along the trails, go horseback riding, or enjoy river rafting at this top vacation spot.
4. Key West, Florida
When people think of Key West, they may automatically think about college kids. But this Florida town has great places for RV travelers looking for their place in the sun. Many RV parks offer saltwater fishing, boating, and waterfront campsites so you can enjoy yourself without the summer crowds.
5. Bar Harbor, Maine
Maine is known for having harsh winters. But once the snow melts, you can enjoy some great camping along the coast. The Mt. Desert Narrows National Park offers RV camping sites so you can park and get involved with the many activities. Have fun canoeing, biking, and hiking.
6. Yosemite National Park, California
Pan for gold, go hiking, or spend some time with the alpacas. Yosemite National Park has everything an RV camper is looking for in a spring trip. Camp inside the park if you want to get away from civilization or camp in the available Yosemite Pines RV Park outside of the national park if you are looking for more camping amenities.
7. Virgin, Utah
Red sandstone cliffs line Zion National Park in Virgin, Utah. You can bike, hike, and camp in this resort town that welcomes RV campers. Take a look at the northern edge of the Grand Canyon or just explore the number of national parks in the area.
8. Mulege, Mexico
Mexico offers great camping and RV parks for people wanting to enjoy the spring weather. If you’ve never experienced clamming before, you can try it now. You can also explore caves or just watch the beautiful sunset. (Fun fact: Coach-Net provides coverage in Mexico, click here for more details).
9. Banff, Alberta, Canada
Head North and cross the northern border to seek out great hot springs, biking, hiking, and camping opportunities. Banff National Park in Alberta, Canada looks forward to RV campers after the winter snow melts. Take in the scenic views of the Canadian Rockies as you enjoy what Canada has to offer.
10. Hill City, South Dakota
Head out to where the buffalo roam as you enjoy the rustic charm that Hill City, South Dakota gives to travelers. Wild mustangs run across the countryside and you can visit the famous Mt. Rushmore Monument.