5 Favorite Summer RV Vacation Destinations

5 Favorite Summer RV Vacation Destinations

The kids are out of school, and you’ve completed your pre-season RV inspection; now all there is left to do is to decide where to go and hit the road. Here are 5 excellent vacation spot ideas to help you get started:

1. Mount Rainier National Park, Washington: If you’ve ever dreamed of hiking an active volcano, this trip may just be up your ally. Mount Ranier is one of the tallest peaks outside of the Rockies with peaks reaching over 14,000 feet. Be prepared to dry dock for your stay if you want to stay inside the park, but there are several reliable RV parks just outside of the park that will offer the additional amenities.

2. The Gulf Coast: The gulf coast spans from Florida to Texas and Mexico and boasts beautiful soft, sugar sand beaches for much of it. From trying your hand in the casinos of Biloxi, MS to splashing around in the saltwater and sunshine, the Gulf Coast offers entertainment for the whole family. There are many popular RV parks along the coast, but some areas, like Texas’ Mustang Island and Padre Island, allow you to park right on the beach.

3. Yellowstone National Park: Yellowstone National Park is a must-see and should be toward the top of any bucket list. You will enjoy stunning scenery no matter which entrance you choose, Montana, Wyoming, or Idaho. Some RV’ers suggest arriving a day early to secure a campsite because there are limited spaces within the park. Aside from unbeatable views, Yellowstone offers world-class fishing, day hiking, and even a llama packing experience.

4. Acadia National Park, Maine: For those who prefer a more rustic experience and crave New England’s beautiful scenery,  Acadia National Park in Maine consistently ranks at the top of the best RV destinations. The Maine coast has dramatic temperature fluctuations, so the best time to visit is late May to early September to avoid the chance of snow. During the summer, you’ll enjoy bird-watching, cycling, canoeing, and even extreme rock climbing. Most National Parks do not have a significant amount of hookups, so be prepared to dry dock here, too. However, there are RV parks nearby if you prefer amenities.

5. Zion National Park, Utah: If you prefer to stick a little closer to home with your RV, Southern Utah is an RVer’s paradise. There are three campgrounds within the park, as well as hiking, cycling, trail rides, and rock climbing. It is even an excellent choice for stargazing and sunset watching. The tunnels within Mount Zion allow for direct access to the Grand Canyon and Snow Canyon if you would like to extend your adventure.

Ask an RV Dealer near Salt Lake City

Where do you plan to travel this summer? We hope that this list helped create a starting point for your RV destination bucket list. If you still need to schedule your pre-season RV inspection or buy an RV to begin your adventure, a trusted Utah RV dealership can help. At Recreation RV Sales, we are proud to offer the best service and the cleanest units at fair market value prices. Let us help you get the best deal on your RV today. Schedule your visit by calling 801-572-0525, or take a look at our current RV inventory.

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