Top RV Camping Sites: RV Campgrounds and RV Resorts from Coast-to-Coast

Top RV Camping Sites: RV Campgrounds and RV Resorts from Coast-to-Coast

Posted 08.02.2012 in Articles by Neil-Denny

Whether you're looking to show your family a good time or simply want to get away from it all, there are plenty of great places in our great nation ideal for you and your RV. From sea to shining sea we've scouted out the best RV friendly campgrounds and resorts in the United States fit for a grand adventure or a quiet getaway.

Our first stop on the Great American road trip is the San Diego Metro KOA Kampgrounds. With a complimentary pancake breakfast, heated swimming pool, hot tub, bathroom, rock climbing, and ping pong table, this camp site isn't exactly what you'd call “roughing it,” but thanks to the fair climate America's Finest City enjoys all year round, your family will love you for it. Best of all, San Diego Metro KOA Kampgrounds is located twenty minutes away from all the great attractions San Diego County has to offer. At the front desk you can snatch up discounted tickets to Sea World, the World Famous San Diego ZOO, San Diego Zoo's Safari Park, Legoland, and the historic USS Midway Museum. With the “Kamp K9” 7,000 square-foot dog park, your puppy can come along for the adventure. Due to its popularity, this site does tend to get crowded, so be sure to plan ahead. Reservations cost $48 to $89 for a party of 4 people.

As you make your way cross country, there's no way to ignore the bright, shiny lights beckoning you over in the middle of the desert like a beacon in the night. It's Vegas, baby, and you don't need to leave your RV to enjoy it. The Las Vegas Motorcoach Resort is a little known fact about Vegas, a way to enjoy Sin City like never before. It is specifically designed to accommodate Class A Motorhomes. 24-hour security keeps you and your abode safe from harm's way all day and all night.  For just $50 to $99 for a party of four, you can take advantage of their 10,000 sq-ft entertainment facility, a 50's themed diner, Spa and Fitness Center, resort style spwimming pool, 9-hole putting course, tennis courts, card rooms and billiards, a library, and a theater. The piece-de-resistance is the spectacular view of the Las Vegas strip, giving motorhome owners a unique vantage point that most Las Vegas high rollers may never experience.

The final destination on our trip is Campsites at Disney's Fort Wilderness Resort. Before you scoff at the idea of “camping” at a Disney Resort, you'll be pleasantly surprised at what this campground has to offer. The Walt Disney World Resort created Fort Wilderness as a testament to Walt Disney's love for nature and his fascination with the wild frontier. Made up of 750 wooded acres of pine and cypress, surrounded by trails and gentle wildlife like deer and rabbit, this peaceful nook lets you enjoy the spirit of America the way it was meant to be experienced. Although minutes away from Disney World, the privacy-enhanced landscaping keeps you far and away from modern civilization. Of course, you have the option to indulge in modern amenities. Each private campsite is equipped with water, cable and electrical hook-ups, picnic table and charcoal grill, sewer hook-up, and high-speed internet for an additional fee. To give it the Disney stamp, you and your family are more than welcome to join in on the Disney-themed jamborees, including the Hoop-Dee-Doo Musical Revue and the Chip 'n' Dale Sing-a-Long & Marshmallow Roast. If you really want to satiate your Disney fix, hop on the complimentary shuttle that takes you to any of Disney World's great theme parks. Campsites at Disney's Fort Wilderness Resort allows for pull-through check-in and costs $61 to $125 per family.

As an RV owner, you have the distinct honor of enjoying vacation spots that most people may never get to visit in America. From Sunny San Diego, through Sin City, and onto the quiet nook provided by Disney, you and your entire family can hop into your RV and experience a Great American Adventure you won't soon forget.


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Re: Top RV Camping Sites: RV Campgrounds and RV Resorts from Coast-to-Coast
Reply #1 on : Mon October 15, 2012, 13:19:43
From San Diego and glad KOA Kampgrounds got a mention. We go there almost every summer. It does get loud and crowded so it's not ideal for a quiet getaway but the family loves it. Never even knew that existed in Vegas so we are definitely going to check that out.

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