Virginia has been described as a “veritable garden,” and oh, how accurate that description is … especially when you’re traveling in an RV from Cruise America. Our class C RVs are perfectly sized for easy travel, and we maintain them to keep them good as new! That’s a good thing, because when we get new inventory, we sell our well-maintained used RVs to make room. These RVs are gone through with a fine toothcomb to assure that they are restored to their original condition. The best news is that we sell them at such a discounted price!
The Old Dominion state is a camping paradise that’s full of history, incredible beauty and festivals aplenty — All of which can best be enjoyed from your own comfortable and affordable used recreational vehicle from our sales center in Manassas.
The best part of RV travel is not only visiting the scenic rivers, idyllic woodlands and bucolic homesteads of Virginia, but being able to stop and stay at any of the numerous campgrounds that put you right in the middle of it all. Or, if you prefer, your Cruise America RV is completely self-sustainable, so if you are the kind of adventurous camper that prefers solitude, you can always camp “boondock” style, which means no park, no hookups, just you and Mother Nature! In fact, Virginia offers over fifty National and State parks with woodlands so abundant that your biggest problem will be deciding on which of the great sites you and your family or friends will visit for the night (or longer).
The words “Virginia” and “historic” go together so completely that they’re practically inseparable in meaning. From Jamestown to Yorktown to Williamsburg to Monticello to Mt Vernon, Virginia is the definition of American history. And the great thing is that you can visit all those places in your go-anytime, park-anywhere RV, without the encumbrance of staying wherever motels or hotels might be located. Yeah, and talk about affordability … that’s an RV.
The diversity of Virginia’s national parks makes the state an RV paradise. Imagine yourself in Shenandoah National Park in the Blue Ridge Mountains. What scenery! What a place to escape to!
Imagine yourself fishing for brook trout with the songs of birds in the air and the pleasing aroma of nature all around; the nature that can be additionally enjoyed by parking the RV and hiking the famously-scenic Appalachian Trail. Ah, yes, and if you’re a shutterbug … you’re in Photograph Heaven!
Virginia is as famous for its people as its places: Washington, Jefferson, Patrick Henry, Robert E. Lee and many others. Speaking of General Lee, visit the Appomattox Court House National Historic Park, the place where the Civil War officially came to an end with Lee’s surrender. Just park your RV and absorb all the history, including the birthplace of Booker T. Washington.
Afterwards, go north, because no visit to Virginia is complete without a trip to the burial place of our national heroes in Arlington National Cemetery. At that point, you’re just a hop and a skip from our nation’s capital.
Trying to see and capture in the imagination all that is Virginia – its history, its famous places, its festivals, its national and state parks, the richness of its culture – is difficult, but there’s no better way to try than in your stay-anyplace-as-long-as-you-want RV.