Top RV Camping Destinations for 2020

As RV enthusiasts, we’re always up for exploring a new camp destination. We’ve gathered some of the top RV and Airstream camping destinations across the US and are excited to share them with you!

Here are the top RV camping destinations on our radar for 2020:

Northeast

DelawareWater Gap KOA – East Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania

Situated in Pocono Mountain ski country, the Delaware Water Gap KOA puts you in a region filled with a variety of activities and places to explore. Just a few hours from Hershey and New York City, you can find something to entertain each member of the family! Not to mention, the Delaware Water Gap is exciting all in itself!

Martha’s Vineyard Family Campground – Vineyard Haven, Massachusetts

Enjoy an RV camp on an island? Yes, please! Martha’s Vineyard Family Campground is the only RV campground on Martha’s Vineyard. Enjoy the quaint villages, scenic beaches and picturesque sunsets that only this island can offer.

Southeast

Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort RV Park – Lake Buena Vista, Florida

If you’re a Disney fan, then camping at Fort Wilderness Resort must be on your list! Enjoy all the comforts of your RV or Airstream while visiting the “happiest place on Earth!” Major perk– you can experience all the amenities the resort has to offer, including the pools!

Tallulah Gorge State Park – Tallulah Falls, Georgia

If you’re looking for a wow factor, Tallulah Gorge State Park is the place to go! The 1,000-foot-deep gorge is a site that just might take your breath away. Hike the trails to take in incredible views of the river and waterfalls. The park is also home to other forests and mountains to explore as well.

Northwest

Mammoth Campground – Yellowstone National Park – Wyoming

Mammoth is Yellowstone’s only year-round campground! While surrounded by high sagebrush steppe, there is plentiful sunshine throughout the camp which is great for those you utilize solar power. With wildlife viewing and nearby fishing, hiking and hot springs, this campground is a must-visit when traveling the Northwest.

Pacific Beach State Park – Moclips, Washington

If you’re more of water lover, than Pacific Beach State Park is perfect for you! Situated on 2,300 feet of shoreline, you can take advantage of all the water has to offer! Enjoy the fresh air, soak up the sun or even make a fire on the beach.

Southwest

Hole in the Wall Campground – Mojave National Preserve – Cima, California

If you enjoy peace and quiet, then the Hole in the Wall Campground is the place to be! Referred to as “the middle of nowhere,” this camp is one of two at Mojave National Preserve. Enjoy all the great outdoors has to offer with ample hiking trails and backpacking opportunities.

Devil’s Garden Campground – Arches National Park –Moab, Utah

Devil’s Garden is the only campsite within the Arches National Park! Take in the striking rock formations from within camp or set out to explore the beauty of the Arches. This campsite is situated just so that you can take off hiking as soon as you exit your RV. Truly a one of a kind experience!

If you’ve ever visited these camps, we’d love to hear more about your experience! Tell us in the comments and don’t be shy to share your favorite RV camping destinations too!

Author: devin