Updated: Jan 10, 2022
RVing doesn't have to be expensive. Here is a list of the top 5 campgrounds in the United States that don't break the bank.
RV parks and campgrounds are great for long-term camping but can be expensive. The choices are limitless and finding the best places to go can be intimidating. Let's take a look at some great places you can travel to easily and where you can park with a view!
Why waste all that hard-earned cash at some fancy oceanside resort when you can stay at Long Key State Park in Florida?! From this 60-site campground, you’ll fall asleep to the gentle lapping lullaby of the waves and have a peaceful night’s rest, before being jolted awake by a flock of morning seagulls! Come on now, we wouldn’t want you sleeping in and missing such a glorious day. These sites are well-equipped with grills, picnic tables, water and electricity, a dump station, and nearby restrooms/hot shower facilities. Who says you need an expensive resort, when you can enjoy this oceanside oasis full of comforts.
Nestled next to a weeping willow, enjoy a front-row view of the pond and gardens with Little Mountain as a backdrop. Perfect for families or small groups. A family-owned farm focused on organic and sustainable practices - the gardens are full of organic produce, berries, apples, grapes, herbs, lavender, & patches of wildflowers here and there. Home to 7 alpacas, 30 laying hens, and 3 barn kitties. This campground offers nature at its best.
Full hookup RV sites with mountain and/or lake views for up to 24ft RVs/20ft trailers or car/van camping (not suitable for tents). Mellow community vibes, kayaks, stargazing, outdoor kitchen, Saturday bonfire nights, and more for wilderness and bug-loving adventure seekers keen to discover the Eastern Sierra. This campground is the perfect place to head to for seasonal and long-term camping.
Looking for an outdoor getaway with mountain views, hiking, and several outdoor sports; this spot is for you. Great place to escape and disconnect from the rest of the world. Great for smaller RVs, vans, and campers. Adventure-loving RVers will love spending time in this RV park, away from the crowds and closer to nature.
Ellie's is a single RV site designed for use by your pull-behind RV's or motorhome style recreational vehicles. Should you choose to book this site and use a vehicle that doesn't have a shower and toilet onboard, you will not have access to a bathroom on site. Ellie's is located to allow easy access to both the Mount Desert Island section of Acadia and the Schoodic Peninsula section, the often forgotten about section of the Park, AKA the quiet part of Acadia. The park offers a boondocking or dry camping-like experience.