Your Guide to RV Campgrounds
Find the Best RV Campgrounds from Coast to Coast
If there's one thing our nation is known for, it's the great outdoors. From national parks to the local KOA, camping experiences abound here in America the Beautiful - and for RV travelers, too. In fact, RV campgrounds abound across the whole nation, so you'll always have a great place to stay with your Cruise America RV. Looking for the perfect spot to set up camp? Keep reading for the Cruise America guide to the best RV campgrounds from the West Coast to the East - as well as tips and advice for your next RV vacation. In fact, you can even plan an RV road trip across the Sunbelt to all of these great destinations!
State-by-State RV Campground Guide
If you love sunshine and Southwestern beauty, you're in luck - the best RV campgrounds in Arizona offer plenty of both. Try spending a night or two in the heavenly haven of Sedona, Arizona's Rancho Sedona RV campground, located in the heart of town. Take a hike around Sedona's famed red rock formations, drive through the shady and scenic Oak Creek Canyon or spend a day in town exploring art galleries, spas and other tourist attractions.
You'll find plenty of RV campgrounds catering to seniors, families and everyone in between on your stop in New Mexico. For a scenic stay, try Rancheros de Santa Fe, a friendly stopping point on any cross-country RV adventure. Located southeast of historic Santa Fe, this campground is surrounded by 22 acres of piñon and juniper, so every site features woodsy charm.
Shake up your cross-country trip with an amusement park adventure in the Lone Star State. Cruise into Arlington, Texas and spend a day at Six Flags Over Texas, then spend the night at the Dallas Metro KOA, just a few miles away - Cruise America RV renters get a 10 percent discount.
There's nothing like Southern hospitality to make your stay great, and you'll find plenty of it at the RV campgrounds in Georgia. Try Lake Pines Campground located outside of Columbus for an unforgettable RV camping experience. Situated amongst forest groves, this RV campground offers everything from swimming and movie nights to a scenic wedding chapel and renovated 19th Century reception facility.
When it comes to Florida RV campgrounds, there are plenty to choose from in this retirement and vacation hotspot. From amusement parks to sandy beaches, there's always something to do in Florida - including NASCAR. To get the best of all worlds, try visiting Nova Family Campground in Daytona Beach. From NASCAR action at the Daytona Speedway to NASA's space program just down the beach on Cape Canaveral, there's something for everyone here - plus, you'll be less than an hour from Disney World in Orlando.
If you're looking for great camping spots outside of RV parks, visit our RV Vacation Ideas section - we have articles on camping at some of the most stunning national parks, including the Grand Canyon, Yellowstone and Yosemite, as well as advice on taking a fishing or hunting trip with your RV.