Cruise America RV rental has endless ideas for great summer vacation spots for the whole family - including money-saving hot deals on summer vacation packages.
Traveling the US and Canada by RV is one of the best ways to enjoy a summer vacation. With plenty of room for the whole family, plus space for all your sports equipment and other possessions, you'll always have everything you need. With many types of RV rentals available, you can even sleep up to seven people.
When you choose Cruise America for your summer vacation package, you can take your RV anywhere you can drive: national and state parks, campgrounds, theme parks, lakes, beaches. Whether you're planning a cross-country RV road trip or just a weekend of RV camping, you'll have a fun summer vacation with Cruise America.
TOP SUMMER VACATION SPOTS
Fun for young families.
Theme parks are a no-brainer for young families, but if you want a fun summer vacation spot without all the crowds and lines, try Colonial Williamsburg, Virginia's authentic early American town. Your kids will love the hands-on experience, and they'll learn about 18th Century American life. Take them on a carriage ride, let them put each other in the stocks, or enjoy a stroll down one of Williamsburg's historic streets. Still want to hit a theme park? Busch Gardens is just minutes away, too. Park your RV at the Williamsburg KOA for an affordable and comfortable place to stay.
Trips with teens.
If your RV summer vacation plans include hitting the road with your teenagers, try Seaside, Oregon. This beach town 90 minutes from Portland has plenty of diversions for teens, including a picturesque downtown with arcades, ice cream shops, and theaters. Visitors stroll down Seaside's boardwalk and comb the powder-soft beaches, making it easy for teens to make new friends. While they explore the city, you're free to enjoy Seaside's other offerings, like antiquing and fine dining. Try Venice RV Park on the north side of town for lodging - call (503) 738-8851 for information.
Got a group of friends looking for summer adventure? Head to Austin, Texas for summertime fun. Roll into town during Austin City Limits, a three-day festival featuring some of music's biggest names every September. Or visit the "Live Music Capital of the World" any day of the week, and there's bound to be something going on. Alt-country acts fill the stage at Stubb's Bar-B-Que, or check out dozens of bars and music venues along 6th Street and Red River, Austin's hippest hub. Texas heat getting to you? Cool off with swimming and tubing at nearby Lake Travis. For a place to stay, try Pecan Grove RV Park, just minutes from downtown. Call (512) 472-1067 for reservations.