You’re in the mood to hit the road and explore nature’s bountiful offerings. Traveling in a safe and comfortable RV is the way to go! Whether you own an RV or are looking to rent an RV for the road trip ahead, being familiar with national park RV length restrictions is important.
That’s why we compiled this list, featuring national park RV size limits for parks across the country. Before you roll up to the gate of a beautiful national park, get familiar with these national park RV restrictions.
National park RV length restrictions
The numbers below indicate the maximum RV length allowed in each national park. The length is combined, meaning the number listed for each national park RV size limit takes into account a vehicle plus the RV size.
These numbers come from the most recent National Park Service information available. They are subject to change based on weather conditions and availability, so make sure that you call ahead to inquire about spaces that will fit your RV.
As a bonus, we sprinkled links to extra information about some of the glorious national parks. If you want to learn more about a park, things to do there, and the best times to go, click the links throughout this piece!
Acadia National Park
Arches National Park
Badlands National Park
- 40 feet, 18 feet at Sage Creek Campground
Banff National Park
- 50 feet
- Oh, Canada! Trailblazing across Calgary has never been easier thanks to this RV guide.
Big Bend National Park
Canyonlands National Park
Cuyahoga Valley National Park
- No RV camping inside the park.
Death Valley National Park
Denali National Park
Everglade National Park
Glacier National Park
- 25 - 45 feet, depending on the campground
- This breathtaking park has so much to offer. Learn how to make the most of your trip with our guide to RV camping at Glacier National Park.
Grand Canyon National Park
Grand Teton National Park
Great Basin National Park
Guadalupe Mountains National Park
Jasper National Park
- 25 - 27 feet for most campgrounds. Some campgrounds accommodate up to 35 feet.
Joshua Tree National Park
Kings Canyon National Park
- Varies by the campground. The maximum length for many roads is 22 feet.
Lassen Volcanic National Park
Mesa Verde National Park
Mount Rainier National Park
Olympic National Park
Redwood National Park
- 24 - 28 feet, depending on the campground.
- Set out to the enchanting forests of the Redwood National Park!
Rocky Mountain National Park
Sequoia National Park
- 42 feet in Lodgepole Campground, any length in Dorst Creek Campground.
- Lace up you boots, and get ready to travel the southern region of the Sierra Nevada mountain range! Check out this guide to Sequoia National Park.
Shenandoah National Park
Theodore Roosevelt National Park
Yellowstone National Park
- Varies by the campground. The average is 40 feet. Ranges from 25 - 50 feet
- Want more details about the oldest national park in the U.S.? Learn about the camping options in Yellowstone here.
Yosemite National Park
Zion National Park
- 19 feet at Lava Point Campground; 40 feet in other areas.
- From information on the weather to popular campgrounds to best times to visit, this guide to RV camping near Zion National Park has everything you need to prepare.
Visit the national park with an RV
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