Category: Destination Camping & RV Resorts
America’s Far West region is a virtual paradise for extended stay RVers, with parks that accommodate long-term guests in compelling regions. From the Pacific Coast to the Grand Canyon to the Columbia River, this region keeps RVers coming back. Arizona Three Cal-Am resorts attract extended stay guests in Mesa, Arizona. Mesa Regal RV Resort accommodates long-term guests with lighted tennis courts, golf driving ranges and a host of luxuries and comforts. Val Vista Village RV Resort and Valle Del Oro RV Resort also treat guests to fabulous amenities and frequent social gatherings. In Yuma, Sun Vista RV Resort keeps guests busy with sporting events, a two-story fitness center with nearby swimming pools and several clubs and classes, not to mention the great professional entertainment. California California’s extended stay RV parks offer contrasts that range from rugged desert spots to lush coastal communities near the Pacific shore. Indian Wells Carefree RV Resorts in Indio puts guests... [Read more...]
Enjoy an extended stay in the embrace of Southern Hospitality. Walk the beaches on the beautiful Atlantic Coast, go gaming in Mississippi and explore Louisiana’s lush landscapes and tasty cuisine. Florida Florida certainly has its share of extended stay parks. Big Cypress RV Resort in Clewiston, Florida, is nestled in the beautiful Western prairie of the Florida Everglades and is just an hour’s drive from Miami, Fort Lauderdale and Naples. In Southwest Florida, Craig’s RV Park, located in Arcadia, boasts southern hospitality along with Bluegrass Jammin’ Weekends. Nestled between the resort communities of Naples and Florida, Imperial Bonita Estates MH & RV Resort in Bonita Springs is close to miles of pristine beaches, golf courses, restaurants and more. Riverside RV Resort & Campground in Port Charlotte sits amid lush palm trees, has spacious sites and includes organized activities like the Riverside’s End of Summer Store-n-Stay Potluck. Louisiana Hidden... [Read more...]
Nothing epitomizes America’s West quite like Texas. Explore wide-open prairies, rolling hills and historic sites with roots that stretch back to North America’s early history. Located in the Rio Grande Valley, Alamo Rec-Veh Park is a haven for winter Texans with outdoor activities such as fishing, shuffleboard and horseshoes. Have fun in the large, air-conditioned recreation hall with billiards, crafts, card games and more. If you prefer the big city, head to Houston’s Lake View RV Resort, which boasts superior amenities and just the right combination of facilities. Enjoy great service and affordability located conveniently close to shopping and attractions in the metro area.
Every January something happens that is hard to believe, unless you have seen it! According to the Arizona Highway Department, as many as 750,000 to 1,000,000 people, mostly in recreational vehicles, converge on the sleepy little desert town of Quartzsite, located just 20 miles east of the California border on Interstate 10, for the rock, gem, and mineral shows, plus numerous flea markets and the Quartzsite Sports, Vacation & RV Show. “If you’re looking for anything related to RVs, you’ll find it at the RV show in Quartzsite,” says Kenny King, show promoter. There will be several hundred new and used RVs on display in 2014 and over a dozen service bays will be offering immediate installation, repairs, and service on many of the items that will be exhibited at the show. This phenomenon started over 30 years ago and is now billed as “The Largest Gathering Of RVers in the World”. The inaugural Quartzsite RV Show opened January 28, 1984 at the corner of Highway 95 (now... [Read more...]
Green practices are a big part of Sunland RV Resorts, and San Diego RV Resort Sunland is no exception. Once you’re parked here, you can turn off the ignition and take an environmentally friendly form of travel. The resort is just a stroll from one of the San Diego Trolley’s stops. Ride the rails to Petco Park, the San Diego Zoo, Sea World and other top attractions in the popular SoCal city. After a long day of sightseeing, you can relax in one of the 174 well-groomed sites, which include full hookups and concrete patios. Take a refreshing shower, do a wash in a modern laundry facility or simply relax at the resort’s pool and spa. Blow off some steam at the state-of-the-art fitness center or enjoy a game of billiards. The RV resort’s conference hall accommodates groups for business meetings or potlucks. Make sure you take your dog for a walk; pet walking is allowed throughout the resort. San Diego RV Resort is part of the Sunland family of resorts. Find more info on San Diego RV... [Read more...]
If the open road is taking you south this winter we invite you to include Red Oaks Carefree RV Resort into your travel plans. The 130 acre RV park is centrally located in Bushnell, Florida off Interstate 75 just one hour north of Tampa. Residents of Red Oaks experience the beauty of Sumter County’s countryside with the conveniences of city life. The park is located within minutes of shopping, dining, entertainment and medical facilities. We have over 1,000 full-hookup sites, spacious enough to accommodate RVs of any size, plus additional spaces that allow for tent camping. Red Oaks is full of fun for everyone, and is often called a park for music lovers. Our fall and winters are filled with line dances, karaoke nights, square dances, and live entertainment. If you consider yourself really talented try out for our Carefree’s Got Talent competition, the contest takes place every March and the winner walks away with $5000! Be sure to bring your instruments and join impromptu... [Read more...]
San Diego County parks can be found in a variety of ecosystems, from the hot inland desert to the rolling hills to ocean bluffs. RVers traveling through the sprawling region will discover great RV amenities, compelling regional attractions and fun activities for all members of the family. Take classes go on hiking trips, attend special events or simply relax in a well-appointed site where stellar views are the norm. Here are the county parks that RVers can choose from: Agua Caliente Hot Springs Want to experience desert life? Agua Caliente Hot Springs (pictured, right) is a 910-acre San Diego County Park next to the Anza Borrego Desert State Park, one of the largest state parks in the United States. Visitors can enjoy developed hot springs, dine at a picnic area or simply relax under shade trees at theirs site. When the mercury climbs to 100, soak your feet in two natural pools. Spring-fed, warm showers are available, and when the weather cools down, play shuffleboard, horseshoe or set... [Read more...]
Smooth Sailing at San Diego County Parks San Diego County parks can be found in a variety of ecosystems, from the hot inland desert to the rolling hills to ocean bluffs. RVers traveling through the sprawling region will discover great RV amenities, compelling regional attractions and fun activities for all members of the family. Take classes go on hiking trips, attend special events or simply relax in a well-appointed site where stellar views are the norm. Here are the county parks that RVers can choose from: Agua Caliente Hot Springs Want to experience desert life? Agua Caliente Hot Springs is a 910-acre San Diego County Park next to the Anza Borrego Desert State Park, one of the largest state parks in the United States. Visitors can enjoy developed hot springs, dine at a picnic area or simply relax under shade trees at theirs site. When the mercury climbs to 100, soak your feet in two natural pools. Spring-fed, warm showers are available, and when the weather cools down, play shuffleboard,... [Read more...]
Catching a big one at Tom Sawyer’s RV Park With abundant creeks, lakes and streams–not to mention the mighty Mississippi–the southern states boast lots of places in which to cast a line. Relive the life of Mark Twain’s fictional hero at Tom Sawyer’s RV Park, West Memphis, Arkansas. Cast a line into the lazy Mississippi and watch the boats pass by between bites. At San Carlos RV Park and Islands, Fort Myers Beach, Florida, guests can cast a line from one of the waterfront sites right into the gulf waters. Many RVers visit Redrock RV and Camping Park in Island Park, Idaho, for its proximity to Yellowstone National Park, but some stay simply to enjoy nearby Henry Lake and the Snake river. Set out in a boat or find a spot on the bank to yield trophy-winning trout. As the name implies, the Mississippi Dept. of Wildlife, Fisheries, Jackson, Mississippi, boasts ample yields of trout, catfish and other eager aquatic creatures. With 50 campsites on the banks of the... [Read more...]
Ample fishing on the Lower Illinois River at Marval Resort Midwest travelers will find a seemingly never-ending supply of rivers and lakes from which to fish. Check out these RV parks to fill up your fish basket and enjoy a fish-fry back at your campsite. At Oasis Campground, Chamberlain, South Dakota, guests can drop a line into the fish-rich Missouri River located nearby. In Gore, Oklahoma, Marval Resort is situated on Lower Illinois River, where rainbow trout are stocked year-round. Marval Resort has a half-mile of riverfront and is considered an angler’s paradise. Follow The River RV Resort, Florence, Indiana, boasts a catch-and-release pond with no license required. Seeking a more ambitious fishing experience? Check out the Ohio River on the other side of Route 156.