Autumn is the perfect time to hit the open road; the temperature is just right, the scenery is exquisite and conveniently enough, there are a few holiday weekends to take advantage of. Road tripping the nation in your RV allows you to take in the sights of our great country while maintaining the utmost comfort. RV’s make traveling that much easier and with the growing popularity of RV Parks, there isn’t much that stands in your way towards a memorable road trip with the family. However, before you put the RV in drive, it is important to note that these parks are not one in the same. Just like hotels, campgrounds and RV-friendly national parks vary in quality and amenities.
Yosemite Pines RV Park in California is a campground 22 miles outside of the critically acclaimed national park. We recommend Yosemite Pines over staying in Yosemite itself as its offerings are far more significant than what is available for RVs in the park. Off-site campgrounds are very common for RV travelers for many reasons. They often provide many more amenities and hook-ups than what national parks can offer. Yosemite Pines also has great attractions to keep the little ones occupied, such as a petting zoo complete with friendly alpacas!
On the other side of the country is Boyd’s Key West Campground, a phenomenal oceanfront park for RVs right outside the beautiful Key West. Boyd’s is a bit flashier than other RV parks filled with a community pool, beach area and widely appreciated free Wi-Fi. Guests are just a few minutes from Duvall Street attractions and in walking distance of downtown Key West.
If exploring the Grand Canyon ranks high on your bucket list, the Zion River Resort is the prime location to park your RV. Zion is the ideal RV Park; again, free Wi-Fi, personal grilling areas and concrete slabs to park on. This RV Park is also home to the red sandstone cliffs in Utah as well as the north rim of the coveted Grand Canyon.
RV Parks are great for the travelers who want to get out and stretch their legs for more than a few minutes. Kick on the emergency break and explore what’s in your own backyard this fall!