An RV road trip allows you to fully experience all the amazing sights along the way instead of flying right over them straight to your destination.
Florida’s beautiful, white sandy beaches have long drawn RV campers for good reason. The weather is nice and sunny almost year-round and the beaches are as picturesque as it gets.
Several barrier islands, such as Galveston Island, Mustang Island, and South Padre Island, branch off the mainland and provide the perfect locations for RV camping year-round.
There are several state parks with RV campgrounds, hiking trails, and serene views overlooking Lake Michigan and Lake Superior.
Utah’s Mighty 5 National Parks—including Arches, Canyonlands, Capitol Reef, Zion, and Bryce Canyon—are all within a relatively short drive of one another.
We have traveled the entire length of the Oregon Coast and can assure you that every mile is just spectacular.