4 RV Parks that will sweep you off your feet!

  • 14 March 2019
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Do you find open roads alluring but still don’t want to be far away from the comforts of home? If you are an audacious traveler already exploring or looking to explore the stunning country side on a homely recreational vehicle or RV, then this is a must-read for you to know about campgrounds and RV parks which offer much more than just a parking spot.
Here’s our round up of top RV parks which all ardent RV travelers must include in their itinerary.

 

Hunting Island State Park

A campground offering the view of the ocean- the heavenly Hunting Island State Park in South Carolina will give you an out of the world experience. Wind sculpted trees here offer perfect shade for your RV while you explore the former hunting preserve’s natural beauty and wonderful wildlife. The parks boardwalk is ideal for an evening stroll while hikers can try hiking one of the many picturesque trails here. The historic 130-feet high lighthouse here offers sweeping views of the ocean. All this in addition to the ultra-modern facilities like hot showers and free Wi-Fi make the Hunting Island State Park one of the best waterfront RV parks in the country.

 

Circus Circus RV Park

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Nestled on the famous Las Vegas Strip, Circus Circus is a large RV park boasting casinos, pools and stores within a walking distance. The water park and the adventure dome here would keep the kids entertained. Hookups in most areas of the park have been recently upgraded. The pool and the hot tub make this park a value for money preposition. Overall, if you are touring Vegas in an RV and want to stay close to where all the fun is; Circus Circus is the place to be.

 

Horse Thief Lake Campground

Conveniently located amidst a number of South Dakota’s natural wonders in Hill City, Horse Thief Lake is a beautiful privately-owned compound. Custer State Park, Black Hills Wild Horse Sanctuary, Crazy Horse Mountain, Mammoth Site and the famous Mt. Rushmore are some of the star natural attractions that lie in close proximity to this RV Park. The campground has a shop selling basic goods and a heated pool to make your stay more comfortable.

 

Crystal Cove State Park

California’s star studded entry into our list of RV parks, the Crystal Cove State Park is like one gorgeous pit stop near the western state’s beaches facing the Pacific Ocean. The park is surrounded by beautiful homes and lush green golf courses. Hiking, Biking, snorkeling, scuba diving; campers can do a lot here. This one is definitely a worthwhile stop if you are wandering across the Pacific Coast Highway in your RV.

 

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