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Whether your a first time RV owner or seasoned RV enthusiast, we know you cannot wait for Summer. It provides so many wonderful opportunities to create special memories with your RV. Summer may be several months away, but you can never plan too far in advance.
Below we have broken down our top picks for RV camping at national and state parks this Summer. Since there are so many wonderful options out there, we have narrowed it down to seven of our favorites.
RVing this Summer? Check out these Seven Great National and State Parks!
1. Grand Canyon National Park – Arizona
Call us biased, but the Grand Canyon truly is a work of beauty. This gem of Arizona offers great RV spots year-round. Summer offers even more amazing sights and opportunities for outdoor activities. RV spots can fill up soon. If you and your family have not been before, book your trip to Grand Canyon National Park today.
2. Fontainebleau State Park – Louisiana
With approximately 2,800 acres of diverse landscapes and wildlife this former sugar cane planation site is breathtaking. Mossy oaks and shady palms provide ample shade and abound with beautiful native birds calling these trees home. Situated next to Lake Pontchartrain, Fontainebleau State Park offers year-round opportunities that are perfect for anyone looking for a unique experience in a memorable setting.
3. Grayton Beach State Park – Florida
If sugar-white sands, emerald waters and breath-taking sunsets aren’t enough, the area around Grayton Beach State Park has some of the best seafood you can find. The area is also very well-kept. Locals make sure that visitors love the land as much as they do. The energy here is infectious. Check out Grayton Beach State Park today. It is one of the most magical places you can find next to the Gulf of Mexico.
4. Acadia National Park – Maine
All kinds of wild animals make their home at Acadia National Park. In the forests bear and moose roam. Along the rocky beaches, whales can be sited. Atop the park’s mountain pristine views showcase fragrant and colorful flowers and blue skies filled with seabirds and other native birds. Enjoy more than 47,000 acres of wildlife today. Make a trip to Acadia National Park in Maine.
5. Crater Lake National Park – Oregon
More than 7,500 years ago Mount Mazama collapsed. Over the course of about 250 years, the once hollowed out ground from the volcanic eruption of Mount Mazama filled with melted snow and rain. The result is Crater Lake. Crater Lake National Park has you covered year-round. In the Summer we suggest you take in their astronomy programs, enjoy a long hike or kick back at one of many great fishing spots.
6. Mount Rushmore National Memorial – South Dakota
Mount Rushmore is more than meets the eye. Of course, the iconic monument baring the faces of former U.S. presidents provides countless hours of outdoor activities. You will find more than Washington, Jefferson, Lincoln and Teddy Roosevelt. You will find elk, sheep, and deer making this area home. Yellowstone National Park is just down the road, too. South Dakota’s Mount Rushmore National Memorial is a lesson in history and so much more.
7. Douthat State Park – Virginia
If the Allegheny Mountains around the park don’t take your breath away, then take a few moments at Douthat Lake. Both the pristine mountain views and the park’s beautiful waters offer visitors much to do. The park contains more than 4,500 acres of pristine wilderness. Throughout the park are mountain bike trails and hiking trails. Swimming and picnicking are very popular too.
It can be tough to choose the best Summer vacation spot. Our great country has phenomenal national and state parks that offer one of a kind experiences.
We had a tough time narrowing down our list to just seven. We know there are other great spots out there, too. Some of them you may have already heard us mention. However, these seven destinations are sure to make your RV travels this Summer unique and truly rewarding.