Destination Regency’s Best RV Parks in Every State

When Regency RV decided to put together our list for the best RV park in every state, we thought it required more than just a compilation of campsites with the most amenities.  What good is a super resort in the middle nothing special?  You want the local splendor to rival the allure of the park, right?  So, some parks that made the cut deliver all the bells and whistles while others parks allow the magic of their surroundings to speak for itself.  In the end, we hope you enjoy our hand-selected guide as much as we did making it for you.  Happy RVing, campers!

Alabama:

The Gulf Coast of Alabama lays claim to several nice RV parks, but my top slot has to go to the Buena Vista RV Resort.  Why?  Well, not only does this particular resort sit just across the street from the beach, it rests alongside the natural beauty of Gulf State Park.  Nestled between coastal forest on one side and the beach on the other, Buena Vista is also just a few minutes in each direction from the bustling towns of Gulf Shores and Orange Beach.  Every site is landscaped for added privacy and standard sites, with full hookups, start at $95 a night.  The extraordinary deluxe sites offer full outdoor kitchens, outdoor seating areas as well as a private pool or hot tub with prices as low as $145 a night.  The resort’s generous amenities include a spacious clubhouse, complete with an indoor pool, hot tub and fitness center as well as an outdoor lazy river and resort pool.  Although their prices are higher than average, their customer service, ideal location and endless amenities guarantee an experience well worth the price tag.

Buena Vista RV Resort, Alabama

Alaska:

The options of RV parks throughout Alaska are dizzying, but the Denali Grizzly Bear Resort inevitably comes out on top.  Located at the south entrance to Denali National Park, the Grizzly Bear boasts the honor of the oldest family-owned tourism property in Denali, with four generations of Reislands at the helm.  That isn’t to say they haven’t moved with the times; quite the opposite.  My favorite feature of their establishment is the food truck court, which sports a charming pavilion and inventive vendors like Denali Thai or Mariachi Moose.  Onsite is a general store, complete with a full liquour store, showers, a laundromat, cooking shelters, campfire circles and a propane filling station.  Their local tour desk is primed and ready to assist you with river rafting, ATVs, hiking trail maps, horseback rides, helicopter or safari tours and will shine as your go-to for exploring the majesty of Denali National Park.  The park itself comprises 6-million acres and lays claim to America’s tallest peak at 30,310 feet.  For the ultimate stay in Denali, Grizzly Bear Resort sites include electric, water, television, sewer and wifi access for around $48.

Arizona:

Sedona is a tranquil and strikingly beautiful pocket of Arizona with grand, red sandstone rock formations and desert beauty that plays host to an array of art galleries, incredible food and a nature-lover’s paradise.  It is this unique location, coupled with the bountiful hospitality of Rancho Sedona, that garners this RV park top honors on our list for Arizona.  Full hookup sites for electricity, water and sewer deliver picnic tables, digital cable and wifi for as low as $42 a night.  Facilities include nice bathhouses, laundry, volleyball and sports fields. The park is situated beneath mature sycamore and cottonwood trees and is walking distance to galleries, shops and restaurants while the park itself serves as a mecca for biking, hiking, trout fishing and creek swimming.

Arkansas:

Arkansas is home to five National Parks, a National river and fifty-two State Parks – the possibilities abound.  Our top pick falls within the Ozark National Forest.  Perched along the Mulberry River, Byrd’s Adventure Center delivers adventure-seekers the ultimate RV camping experience.  Electrified sites start at $25 a night and the good news doesn’t end there.  The park is the launch site for a host of motorsports including ATVs, UTVs, 4x4s and motorbikes as well as a source for kayaking, canoeing and rafting all within Ozark National Forest.  The facilities are also quite impressive – a large, electrified pavilion, RV dump station, heated restrooms with hot showers, an onsite restaurant, a well-stocked general store, playground, volleyball and horseshoe pits.  Simply put, Byrd’s is where the fun begins.

Byrd’s Adventure Center, Arkansas

California:

California has loads of great RV Resorts, some of which are in the least desirable parts of California, but the spot that delivers great hospitality with an exceptional locale, is Flying Flags RV Resort in Buellton.  If you have never been to Buellton, it’s a charming little town that’s in the epicenter of Santa Ynez Valley wine country.  Napa may be the most famous American Appellation for wine, but this little pocket of California stole this sommelier’s heart long ago!  Besides the endless wine and farm-to-table food on offer in the area, Flying Flags delivers a lovely swimming pool and hot tub, playground, bocce ball, sports courts, an off-leash dog park, café, general store, propane refill, fitness center, free wifi as well as an outdoor kitchen and pavilion.  Their well-appointed full hookup RV sites are fairly reasonable for the Golden State, but price-to-quality is unmatched – a classic pull through runs $65 a night (30/50amp, sewer, water, electric and cable) while an ultra premium site, complete with 20/30/50amp, an oversized patio with an outdoor kitchen, seating area and fireplace along with cable, sewer water and electric, rings in at $160 a night.

Flying Flags Resort, California

Colorado:

One of the few year-round RV destinations in Colorado, Tiger Run RV Resort in Breckenridge, Colorado overdelivers for summer sun-worshipers as well as snowbunnies who hanker to hit the slopes. A mere 9-minute drive from ski lifts in the winter and a stone’s throw from hiking trails in the summer, this RV resort is an ideal location.  The resort boasts an indoor pool, two indoor spas, a charming campfire area, a fitness room, clubroom, business center and a game room. Every site is equipped with a concrete pad, grass area, picnic table and full hookups for water, sewer, electric (30/50amp) as well as access to wifi and cable.  Standard sites start at $60 a night and riverside spots are $85.

Connecticut:

Nestled in the majestic woods of Connecticut’s Mystic County, and a mere 20 minutes to the beach and seaport, lies the ultimate in RV resorts.  Odetah Camping Resort truly offers something for everyone; the facilities include a 32-acre lake with a private, sandy beach, a splash pad for the kids, a group safari area and pavilion, swimming pool, jacuzzi spa, miniature golf, tennis, basketball, shuffleboard, horseshoes, volleyball, lakeside café, ice cream shop, grocery and camping supply shop, an adult sunporch with a library, dog park, movie theater, outdoor and indoor gyms, fishing, rentals for rowboats, kayaks, canoes and paddleboards as well as a social hall.  For campers, there are free hot showers, laundry facilities, dumpstations and a park tram.  Their wooded, full hookup sites have water, sewer and 30 or 50 amp electricity with prices starting at $48.  For a little extra, some sites also feature fire rings, picnic tables and wifi.

Delaware:

For a waterfront escape on the shores of Delaware’s Rehoboth Bay, look no further than Massey’s Landing where the amenities are as lovely as the waterfront views from your campsite.  The resort features an incredible pool with a splash bar for cocktails, onsite restaurants and a private beach.  For fun on the water, kayaks, paddleboards and canoes are also available.  Their spacious sites offer a fire ring, picnic table and parking for one vehicle as well as cable, wifi and full hookups for electric, sewer and water; upgraded sites have an additional patio with outdoor furniture for your enjoyment.  Prices start as low as at $55 a night.

Florida:

Bluewater Key RV Resort may be the most beautiful RV park in the country.  Perched along the turquoise blue waters of Key West, this resort is the ultimate in luxury RV camping.  Each spacious site is landscaped with tropical plants and offers a cabana patio.  Every site is individually owned and the furniture and décor will reflect the owners style and flare.  All of the sites have full hookups, HD cable and wifi.  You can choose between a bay or canal site, which can include a private dock.  The resort itself features a freshwater pool, dog park, laundry facilities, propane exchange, onsite trash collection, clubhouse and community dock.  Prices for this little paradise range from $109 to 290, depending on the site and the season, but there are few places on earth that offer RVers this level of opulence.

Blue Water Key RV Resort, Florida

Georgia:

Jekyll Island is a hidden gem off mainland Georgia that first drew the rich and famous to build vacation mansions beneath its Spanish moss-dripped oaks. The mansions are still there and totally worth a stroll through the village while the park is as beautiful as the day the first visitors arrived.  Jekyll Island Campground delivers all the natural beauty without the price tag of the high rent district.  The park is walking distance to both Clam Creek and Driftwood Beach and rests beneath 18 wooded acres.  The campground offers full hookup sites for electric, water and sewer as well as cable and wifi.  There are two bathhouses with hot showers, a well-stocked general store, onsite laundry, a community pavilion, pickleball court, bike rentals and a bird sanctuary. All this splendor can be yours for the reasonable rate of $47 a night.

Idaho:

If you want to explore Yellowstone with the comforts of full hookups as well as amenities, and who doesn’t, the place to be is Yellowstone RV Park at Mack’s Inn.  A mere 25 miles from the Yellowstone National Park’s west entrance, and on the banks of the Snake River, the campsite is surrounded by pine trees, mountains and natural beauty.  Each site boasts full hookups, a picnic table and fire ring for as low as $60 a night.  Showers, laundry facilities, a convenience store and UTV rentals are all available along with lawn games, ping pong, a propane fill station, a playground and numerous trails around the park.

Illinois:

Nestled along the banks of the Illinois River, it hardly seems possible that Chicago is a mere two hours away when you pull into the sandstone canyons, adorned with cascading waterfalls, in Starved Rock State Park.  This may not a “resort” RV park, but it does deliver the most captivating sights in the entire state of Illinois.  The enchanting campground has been around since the early 1900’s and it boasts very nice amenities for a state park.  Electrical hookup sites are available and campers have access to a full bathhouse and campground store for up to $35 a night.  When you’ve had all the hiking, fishing and boating you can possibly stand, the historic 75-year-old log cabin Lodge is a charming spot to grab a bite to eat or just relax in comfort.

Indiana:

Twin Mills Camping Resort is situated in the midst of wooded splendor in LaGrange County.  This charming pocket of Indiana is home to a bustling flea market, antique stores, golf courses as well as one of the largest Amish settlements in the country.  Truly, your RV may share the road with a horse-drawn buggy!  The resort itself features a clubhouse, swimming pool, general store, showers, laundry facilities, boat docks and marina, playground, volleyball, basketball, horseshoes and bocce ball.  Full hookup sites come with a fire ring and picnic tables for around $52 a night – and ask if a lakeview site is available!

Iowa:

This charming, bucolic park overlooking the Des Moines River is lined with sandstone cliffs, enchanting woods and fishing on par with A River Runs Through It.  At Dolliver Memorial State Park Campground, you can expect electricity hook ups, modern restrooms with showers as well as a dump station.  The park boasts an amphitheater, boat launch, canoeing, fishing, hiking trails, a picnic area, shelter and a playground.  It may not be a resort, but the natural beauty and serenity of this park makes for the ultimate Iowa getaway.

Kansas:

Fort Dodge RV Resort is an amenity-rich park where you can enjoy all the rustic charm and historic wild west fun of Dodge City for as low as $30 a night. The well-kept KOA campsites offer full hookups for electric, water and sewer as well as picnic tables, grills, wifi and cable.  Amenities include a convenience store, covered pavilion, a dog park, water park and playground as well as clean, convenient showers and laundry facilities

Kentucky:

Green River Lake State Park has one of the best state park campgrounds in the country.  The spacious sites offer scenic views and an overwhelming list of amenities including an 18-hole miniature golf course, a marina with dock and launch, ample fishing spots with fishing cleaning stations, trails and rentals for biking, hiking and horseback riding, volleyball, a grocery store, restaurant, amphitheater, grills, picnic areas, fire rings, propane, dump station, a playground as well as bathhouses with showers, laundry and a helpful information center.  All of this as well as electrical hookups and wifi are included in your site for a total steal at $28 a night.

Louisiana:

Although Louisiana has several lovely RV parks, I can’t visit the Bayou State without making a trip to New Orleans. Simply put, it’s one of my favorite cities in the country – dining at Galatoire’s and Commander’s Palace, jazz on Frenchman Street; the list goes on and the culture and architecture everywhere you turn.  New Orleans delivers the charm of Europe with American moxie and it’s sheer magic.  Nevertheless, hotel rooms in the desirable parts of the city can be staggering.  The solution: the French Quarter RV Resort.  Situated a street over from Louis Armstrong Park and within walking distance to all the delights of the French Quarter, this RV Park is among the best city-centric RV parks in the states.  Their paved sites offer hookups for electricity, cable, water and sewer, and start at $105 a night.  The park offers a clubhouse, lovely pool, hot tub, a gazebo with bar facilities, a fitness center, laundry rooms, a business center and four well-kept bathhouses.  In short, it’s the best deal in the city!

Maine:

Situated within the beach forest of Maine’s iconic Kennebunkport is the delightful Sandy Pines Campground.  Their campsites start at $55 a night and include water, sewer and electric as well as a picnic table, fire pit, cable and park-wide wifi.  Laundry rooms are available as well as well-situated bathhouses, which include restrooms, showers and oversize sinks for washing dishes and clothes.  At the epicenter of the park is the Grand Lodge, which houses a general store – complete with groceries, alcohol and camping supplies – as well as a Snack Bar, which offers hot coffee, pastries and weekend breakfast.  It’s here where the fun begins.  Sandy Pines often hosts lobsters bakes, ice cream socials and live music.  The camp’s Kids’ Kraft Tent is also outfitted for crafts, art and games that will guarantee hours of entertainment for your littles.  When nothing else is going on, there’s still plenty at hand to round out a quintessential Maine vacation.  The park offers biking, kayaking and paddleboarding (rentals available) as well as a giant Jenga set, bocce ball, corn hole, ladder ball, badminton, volleyball, a playground and a heated saltwater pool.  All this is just a few minutes away from Kennebunkport’s Goose Rocks Beach and its three miles of white, soft sand and gentle waves.  If you’re looking for the ultimate RV destination in Maine, Sandy Pines is the place!

Maryland:

Woodland’s Camping Resort in Elkton is located inside the enchanting Elk Neck State Forest near the Elk River and Upper Chesapeake Bay.  Surrounded by natural beauty, the resort features a swimming pool, sunbathing deck, fishing pond, endless hiking and biking trails, a basketball, volleyball and badminton court as well as a wiffleball field, playground, covered pavilion and a small camp store.  The large, wooded sites deliver full hookups, picnic tables and fire rings for $55 a night with access to a well-kept bathhouse and propane refill station.

Massachusetts

For the Cape Cod holiday you’ll never forget, look to Campers Haven RV Resort.  Although there are several nice RV parks on Nantucket Sound, Campers Haven is the only campground that lays claim to its own private swimming beach.  The resort is gated with full hookups, endless amenities and is situated near Martha’s Vineyard and Cape Cod National Seashore.  Campsites enjoy cable access, wifi, picnic tables and charcoal grills as well as access to bathhouses and laundry facilities; prices start at $62 a night.  The resort features a well-stocked store, a snack bar for breakfast, lunch and ice cream, a playground, miniature golf, basketball, billiards, a clubhouse and covered pavilion.  All this adds up to the ultimate Cape Cod vacation.

Michigan:

Petoskey RV Resort has garnered the reputation as Michigan’s greatest RV park on too many lists to count – and for good reason.  The resort is perched along Lake Michigan with staggering water views and offers every amenity you can imagine.  These include a heated pool and spa, community lodge with theater, tennis courts, a 9-hole putting green, fitness center and library as well as access to Lake Michigan watersports and fishing.  Their spacious sites enjoy full hookups, wifi and cable access, fire rings and picnic tables as well as bathhouses and laundry facilities; rates start at $62 a night. All of this rests right on the beachfront of Lake Michigan and is a quick hope to Mackinac Island, Petosky Michigan and all the delights of the “Crown Jewel of Michigan.”

Minnesota:

Stony Point Resort & Campground is the ideal spot for enjoying the “Land of a Thousand Lakes.”  Established in 1939, the family-owned resort excels in offering the definitive lake vacation with rentals for motorboats to canoes or even pontoons.  Swimming and fishing abound in glistening Cass Lake. The general store has live bait, fishing gear and even boasts a convenient fishing cleaning house for your use.  When you finally call it a day and head back to dry land, you can dine at the Canal House Restaurant or rustle up some grub at your own campsite where full hook ups for electrical, water and sewer as well as fire rings, picnic tables and wifi access await you for around $38 a night.

Mississippi:

Gulf Beach RV Resort in the adorable coastal town of Biloxi is ideally situated right across the street from the beach, but that’s not its only draw.  Some sights offer water views and each site is equipped with electricity, water, sewer, wifi and cable.  Standard rates start at $49 a night while water view sights begin at $89.  The park features laundry, showers, a resort pool, a large clubhouse with coffee, TVs and a party deck overlooking the Gulf of Mexico.  If you’re looking for a spot in Biloxi, look no further!

 Missouri:

Ozarks Mountain Springs RV Park is all about location!  This spot is situated near Mark Twain National Forest, Ozark National Scenic Riverway as well as the enchanting towns of Mountain View and Willow Springs, Missouri.  They have live music at their “Pickin’ Parlor” every Saturday, which is usually accompanied by a round of BBQ from the hands of their resident grill masters.  Their wooded sites offer full hookups for electrical, water and sewer as well as access to satellite TV.  This bucolic setting is a truly lovely place to explore the Ozarks of Missouri.

Montana:

It’s a Herculean task to narrow down the best RV Park in Montana; the state just has so much wild, natural majesty to offer, but when pressed, we felt compelled to settle on Yellowstone Grizzly RV Park.  Situated only four, short blocks away from the western entrance of Yellowstone Park, the resort has a convenience store, gift shop, conference room with morning coffee service, pavilion, playground, six pristine bathhouses and three laundry rooms. The lush, wooded park offers a wide array of sites, some of which back up to the National Park itself and some have access to cable and wifi (depending on location).  Full hookup rates start at $64.95.  In short, this is the most convenient and well-appointed campground to experience the magic of Yellowstone, delivering incredible fly fishing, horseback riding, mountain biking, hiking, float trips and tours of Yellowstone that will leave you breathless.

Yellowstone Grizzly RV Park, Montana

Nebraska:

Victorian Acres RV Park & Campground rests on 26 verdant acres of Nebraskan splendor.  This park is locally owned and excels in warm hospitality.  The campground includes a dog park, free wifi and lush, landscaped grounds just outside Nebraska City.  Brian and Penny Labore’s lovely campground offers full hookups or just water and electric sites, which enjoy access to clean restrooms and showers as well as laundry facilities.  Full hookups are a steal at only $37 a night!  So, book a spot and relax in serene beauty.

Nevada:

Although Vegas and Reno boast loads of luxury RV resorts, I believe the most beautiful sight in the state of Nevada is undoubtedly Cathedral Gorge.  The towering spires of Bentonite Clay are some of the most breathtaking displays of mother nature’s power I have ever laid eyes on.  Serviced by the state park, Cathedral Gorge Campground features an intimate 22-site campground where each RV can enjoy a table, grill and shade ramada along with water and electric hookups for only $25 a night.  Bathhouses with showers and flush toilets are conveniently located along with additional grills, picnic areas and large shade ramadas.  Inside the park is the original picnic facility, which were built by the Civilian Conservation Corps in the 30’s, and they are still in use today.

New Hampshire:

Danforth Bay Camping & RV Resort is the definitive luxury RV resort in New Hampshire.  Situated over 185 wooded acres on a half-mile of lakefront on Danforth Bay, the park enjoys an ideal locale.  With two pools, two beaches, ball courts, boat launches, boat rentals, four playgrounds, a camp store and gift shop, snack shack, dog park, family room, game room, adults-only study, safari field, propane filling station, dump station, laundry facility and nine bathhouses, they’ve thought of everything you could possibly desire.  Sites vary from secluded spots along a bubbling brook to bayside spots with a view of the shoreline.  Concrete pad sites are accompanied by patios with tables, chairs, fire rings and charcoal grills.  All full hookup sites enjoy electricity, water, sewer, cable and wifi; standard sites begin at only $42 a night.

New Jersey:

Holly Shores Camping Resort is a delightful spot to explore the Jersey Shore beaches of Cape May.  The gated resort features a dog park, game room, golf cart, kayak and bike rentals, heated pool, baby pool, two hot tubs, two playgrounds, volleyball, shuffleboard, basketball, a camp store, a laundromat, and they also offer a host of activities for any age.  The stoned sites rest beneath mature oaks and maples and deliver electricity, water, sewer, wifi and cable along with a picnic table and fire ring for prices as low as $45 a night.  The park equips campers with clean bathhouses with hot showers as well as a laundromat.  With endless amenities and close proximity to the beaches of Cape May and its charming paved boardwalk, your Jersey Shore will be a guaranteed success at Holly Shores.

New Mexico:

The “Land of Enchantment” has countless campsites to entice RV enthusiasts, but I believe no visit to the state is complete without a trip to my beloved Santa Fe.  So, our top pick is Rancheros de Santa Fe Campground, which is located on Historic Route 66, just a few minutes from Old Town Santa Fe.  The serene campground, dressed with pinion pine and juniper, is surprisingly quiet considering the city locale.  The campground offers a large outdoor pool, playground, nightly movies, hiking trails, a laundromat, snacks, sundries, a gift store, dog run, propane and free wifi at multiple access points.  Full hookup sites start at $34 a night and enjoy access to hot showers, clean restrooms and a laundromat.  So, breath in the desert air, explore the countless art galleries and eat all the chiles you can possibly stand!

New York:

Lake George RV Park was a luxury RV resort before the world had ever heard of such a thing, and Victor and Jessica King are still doing it as well, if not better, than the competition.  Their endless amenities included indoor and outdoor pools, a massive hot tub, a clubhouse with pool tables and more, a bark park for your furry friends, six pickleball courts, fitness center, a vast camp store, camper café, bonfire pavilion, bike trails, fishing pond, paddleboats, air-conditioned movie theater and a trolley service.  Their sites all feature hookups for electricity, water and sewer as well as cable, wifi, a fire ring and picnic table with the conveniences of nearby, pristine showers and laundry facilities; rates start at $79 a night. For the most luxurious RV park in the stunning Adirondacks, Lake George RV Park is sheer heaven.

Lake George RV Park, New York

North Carolina:

North Carolina has so much to offer, but my favorite getaway destination is, without a doubt, Asheville.  Akin to the charms of Austin before it got too cool for school, Asheville has its own inimitable charm that’s offset against the backdrop of the gorgeous Blue Ridge Mountains.  Campfire Lodgings offers the best of both worlds; it’s perched in the mountaintops with all the natural enchantment that goes along with it, but it’s just a quick jaunt into town for incredible food, world-class breweries and fantastic live music.  All sites offer full hookups along with picnic tables and fire rings; rates start as low as $50 a night.  Within the park is a fishing pond, hiking trails and wifi at the top of the campsite. The bathhouses offer clean showers, sinks and flush toilets, and a laundry is available for campers’ convenience.  For an ideal location to enjoy the delights of Asheville, the French Broad River and the Blue Ridge Mountains in its purest form, look no further than Campfire Lodgings.

Campfire Lodgings, Asheville, North Carolina

North Dakota:

Running alongside the Missouri River and a quick jaunt away from Bismark, North Dakota, General Sibley Park and Campground is an ideal location for visiting the southern pocket of the state.  The park features two picnic shelters, a library that includes poetry boxes, playgrounds, 24-hole disc golf course, amphitheater, natural trails, boat ramp, volleyball and horseshoes as well as camping conveniences including water/dump stations and two full-service bathhouses.  RV sites enjoy electrical hookups and wooded sites for only $22 a night, which is quite a bargain for the location, amenities and the beauty that surrounds you.

Ohio:

Located on a glistening lake in northeastern Ohio, Clay’s Park Resort is designed to keep young and old so entertained, they’ll never hanker to leave the park.  The generous list of activities and amenities include a 10-acre waterpark that features two 105-feet-long water slides, a zipline over the lake, massive lake-float inflatables, a miniature golf course, lawn games, sports courts, a heated indoor pool as well as hiking and biking trails.  Their premium campsites provide electrical and water hookups and each site boasts a fire ring with cooking grate, a picnic table, cement patio and a grill – rates start at $65 a night.

Oklahoma:

Big Cedar RV Park rests within the Ouachita National Forest in the lush Kiamichi River Valley.  This stunning, mountain setting offers all the outdoor beauty and serenity you need to get away and enjoy the majesty of nature.  Their spacious sites include electrical, water and sewer hookups along with cable and wifi; prices start as low as $26 a night.  Fire rings and picnic tables are available upon request and campers can enjoy access to clean bathhouses, a camp store and coin-operated laundry facilities.  If you are looking to explore the lauded Talimena Scenic Drive or just soak up the splendor of Ouachita National Forest, look no further than Big Cedar.

Oregon:

Oregon is such an enchanting state with plenty of options for RV campers, but I simply love the location of the Phoenix RV Park outside Salem.  A charming town in its own right, Salem is also a quick 5-mile drive from Willamette Valley, which I personally believe is the greatest wine region in the United States – by a long shot. The park offers excellent security with night-vision cameras, a fitness center, ADA-approved bathhouses, patios, laundry facilities, onsite propane fill-up and RV repair, RV detailing services as well as RV supplies. Full hookup sites enjoy water, sewer and electric hookups as well as cable and wifi; rates starts a low as $51 a night.

Pennsylvania

Perched in the Endless Mountains of northeastern Pennsylvania on an 18-acre lake known for its excellent fishing, Pine Cradle Lake Family Campground overdelivers across the board.  Amenities include a heated pool, pedal cars, a splash pad, recreation center, countless boat rentals, four playgrounds, golf cart rentals, a game room, sports courts, wifi access, a camp store, laundry facilities and pristine bathhouses.  However, it’s the campsites that really set Pine Cradle apart from the competition.  Premium campsites enjoy unparalleled luxury with a lakeside view, private access to the lake, a wooden deck and a private boat launch as well as water, electric and sewer hookups for $75 a night.

Rhode Island:

Rhode Island’s Fishermen’s State Park is easily among the most picturesque and accommodating state parks in the US.  With landscaped grounds and walking paths, sports courts, dump stations, a playground as well as close proximity to Point Judith Light House, Scarborough State Beach, East Matunuck State Beach, Block Island Ferry Dock and more, this charmed state park is an ideal spot to explore the delights of southern Rhode Island.  Sites feature full hookups, fire rings and hot shower bathhouses all for only $28 a night.

South Carolina:

Hilton Head Motorcoach Resort has justly garnered a reputation as one of the most luxurious RV resorts in the country.  It is simply the swankiest RV joint for exploring the lowcountry of South Carolina.  Hilton Head Motorcoach Resort offers a bevy of luxury with a pool, spa, lounge, exercise room, laundry, marble bath facilities, walking distance to the beach, a dog park, tennis and basketball courts as well as shuffleboard within their fabulous community.  The resort can even serve as a spa for your Regency RV, providing coach detailing and propane delivery.  Their well-appointed sites offer full hook ups, cable and wifi all within their manicured gated property.  Rates starts around $70 a night and are well worth the price tag for the insane quality of this resort.

South Dakota:

Rush No More RV Resort is situated against the Black Hills National Forest and delivers 80 acres of wild, lush majesty.  It’s also 17 miles from Deadwood and under 50 miles to Mount Rushmore.  If this setting wasn’t enough, these guys have upped the ante with luxury RV sites, which include a concrete patio, BBQ grill, a personal hot tub and full hookups for prices as low as $63.  The resort facilities aren’t half bad either.  They have their own beer garden, a pool, hot tub, excellent bathhouses, laundromats, game room, library and computer room, sports courts, playground, a pavilion, an annual car show and legendary open mic nights.

Tennessee:

Pine Mountain RV Park is ideally located in the rolling hills outside charming Pigeon Forge where you can enjoy shops and dining or journey into the Great Smoky Mountain National Park, which is only a few minutes away.  The resort itself offers a splash pool, Pigeon Forge trolley stop, snack bar, a general store, laundry facilities and clean bathhouses.  Their RV Sites offer full utility hookups, a picnic table, fire ring, wifi access and cable for rates starting at $35.

Texas:

As a born and raised Texan, there are some places that I yearn to return to again and again.  One of these special pockets is the German-influenced town of New Braunfels.  Hill Country Cottage and RV delivers all I love about the place in spades.  Sprawled out over 32 beautiful acres, it’s the perfect place to explore New Braunfels, Gruene (one of my favorites – try the Gristmill!), or just float the river with a cold one.  Inside the resort itself, amenities abound with a lodge, outdoor pool, two indoor pools, hot tubs, three laundry facilities, fitness center, lawn games, playground and more.  All RV sites offer full hookups as well as cable with rates as low as $55 a night.

Utah:

The highly lauded Zion River Resort is perched on the banks of the Virgin River in close proximity to Bryce Canyon and the Grand Canyon’s North Rim.  The resort’s amenities know few rivals with an incredibly accommodating and fun-filled social hall, a heated pool and spa, a shuttle bus, kids’ mining sluice and much more.  Rates in off-season start as low as $35 and reach up to $72 for a premium spot in the summertime.  Each site offers full hookups, a shade tree, a fire ring, picnic table, free wifi and cable. Upgraded sites have a grassy area with lounge trails.  You can request riverside sites as well.  Whatever your choice, the striking red rocks and banks of the Virgin River offer an unbeatable backdrop for your visit to the wilds of Utah.

Vermont:

At home on the shores of Lake Champlain, Apple Island RV Resort is the perfect choice to absorb the abundant raw beauty of Vermont.  Amenities are plentiful with a general store, deli, golf course, playground, community center with heated pool and hot tub, fitness center, a dock, marina, boat rentals and prime access.  The resort is known not only for its beauty, but for its unforgettable events as well.  Full hookups and wifi at all of their RV sites start at $70 a night.  Apple Island is just under 2 miles from the beach at Sand Bar State Park and boasts a prime location on Lake Champlain; it just doesn’t get much better than this.

Virginia:

Virginia is undeniably full of history, culture and quaint, charming towns, but the beauty Shenandoah National Park is truly without rival in Old Dominion.  Our favorite campsite to enjoy all the iconic park has to offer is the Shenandoah Valley Campground.  With a waterfall along the Middle River, four indoor hot tubs, river tubing, fishing, pool, kiddie pool, miniature golf, two playgrounds, lawn games, court games and game room as well as an onsite café, you’re set to enjoy the Shenandoah with all the amenities you could hope for.  Rates for electric, water, sewer and wifi start at $59 a night.

Washington:

Mount Rainer dominates the landscape of Washington like nothing else.  The crown jewel of the Cascades, Mount Rainier National Park is the ultimate outdoor destination in the state, and our pick for Washington’s best RV, Mounthaven Resort, falls just outside the park entrance. The shaded, scenic campground is surrounded by towering trees where wildlife abounds.  Each site enjoys full utility hooks ups, a picnic table and fire pit as well as access to wifi, showers, restrooms and laundry facilities for $55 a night.  The resort itself is home to a babbling brook, a pond, playground, basketball, lawn games as well as a main office with books, puzzles and games. If you’re looking to explore Mount Rainier while staying in a comfortable spot surrounded by natural beauty, Mounthaven Resort is definitely the winner.

Mounthaven Resort, Washington

West Virginia:

Stonewall Resort delivers unsurpassed luxury RV camping in the mountains of West Virginia.  With a spa, pool, unrivaled dining, an Arnold Palmer golf course, marina, boat launch, boat rentals as well as fishing so good the fish jump right on the hook, this resort is at the apex of mountain camping.  The resort’s RV park, Briar Point Campground, is connected to five different lakes and enjoys all the benefits of Stonewall with purchase of a resort pass.  Full hookups with lake view sites start at $58 a night.

Stonewall Resort, West Virginia

Wisconsin:

Perched along the Lower Wisconsin River outside Spring Green, Wisconsin, the Wisconsin Riverside Resort offers pure, camping opulence in the heart of awe-inspiring scenery.  The locally-owned resort ensures that you get the most out of your riverside vacation with canoes, tubes, kayaks, a camp store with bait, fishing and game licenses, and much more.  Additional amenities including a swimming pool, splash pad, bar, restaurant, convenience store, miniature golf, “liza’s lagoon” (swim pond with inflatable sports park) as well as banquet facilities.  Riverside campsites are available, with full hookups, for as low as $48 a night.

Wyoming:

Grand Teton National Park is quite possibly the most beautiful stretch of the American Rocky Mountains and Colter Bay Village Campground offers the most comfortable RV park to explore all of its grandeur.  The shaded, lush campground offers full hookups for water, sewer and electricity as well as picnic tables for as low as $73 a night.  Showers and laundry facilities are available as well as wifi at the launderette and restaurants.  The park has a general store, a café court, is in walking distance to Jackson Lake all within Grand Teton National Park and it’s also within close proximity to the endless charms of Jackson Hole.

We hope that wherever your travels take you, you enjoy the ride in your Regency RV as much as the destination.  Until next time, happy trails!