Clearwater, Florida was voted best in America. Clearwater travel resort offers reasonable rates for more than 100 full hookup sites. They have shuffleboard and a heated pool or you can venture off campus for sport fishing, kayaking or stand-up paddle board — or scream your head off on some of Florida’s best roller coasters at Busch Gardens.
Fiesta Key, Florida RV resort and Marina offers 28 acres of ocean views and fully-functional hookups, and it’s central enough that you can take a day trip to Miami, explore the Everglades or head further south. You’re also right next door to Long Key State Park, where you can hike, swim, snorkel, and bird-watch.
Orlando, Florida it’s not the least expensive option in town, Disney’s on-site campground, Fort Wilderness, is nice enough that mom and dad will have as much fun as the kids. You don’t need to venture far from camp for outdoorsy activities like archery or horseback riding, and shuttle and ferry services connect you directly to the parks. Once you’re done with a full day of magic, head home to relax poolside and grill up dinner — or belly up to the buffet at Trail’s End. Best of all? You can see the Magic Kingdom fireworks from your backyard, so skip the crowd on Main Street, USA.
Twenty-nine Palms, California has a lot to offer. It’s a gateway city for legendary Joshua Tree National Park, whose twisted namesake flora and star-studded night sky are stunners. It’s also just an hour from Palm Springs, of summer film festival fame, a mecca of recreational activities from horseback riding to golf. The Twentynine Palms RV Resort offers 168 full-hookup RV sites as well as a sauna, fitness room and pool.
Tucson, Arizona is a surprisingly vibrant warm-weather hub for snowbirds, bringing something to the table for the whole family. Have some of the country’s best tacos, explore its beautiful mountains or head to Saguaro National Park to marvel at just how big cacti really get. The 55+ RV community Far Horizons was a top rated Good Sam park in 2015, and features a mini golf course as well as a pool and sauna. And the nearby Prince of Tucson RV park offers up to 50 amps on every one of its 176 sites, some of which are 80-foot pull-thrus.
White Sands, New Mexico is a hidden gem, and White Sands National Park shouldn’t be missed, where you can sled down the huge dunes of rare gypsum sand that give the site its name. Neither, by the way, should Carlsbad Caverns, well worth the three-hour drive to the east.
Austin, Texas has been having a moment for quite a while now, and for good reason. If it’s song and dance you’re after, the city’s got you covered with its legendary fleet of venues and bars. Although it’s small enough not to have a dedicated website, Pecan Grove RV Park is right downtown and highly-rated. If man’s best friend is along for the ride, check out Austin Lone Star RV resort, which features a fenced-in pet run as well as a heated pool.