These Are the 20 Coolest RV Parks in the World from These Are the 20 Coolest RV Parks in the World

These Are the 20 Coolest RV Parks in the World

These Are the 20 Coolest RV Parks in the World

These Are the 20 Coolest RV Parks in the World

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Going on a road trip is a vacation everyone should take at least once in their lives. Why not extend the good times by a few more days or even weeks? You can’t beat getting out in the woods and experiencing all that nature has to offer, from the smell of fresh pine and a smoking fire to sleeping under the stars. Make it a more comfortable adventure by having a little house on wheels.

Crimson Lake Provincial Park, Canada

Crimson Lake Provincial Park, Canada

Crimson Lake Campground has more than 170 powered sites surrounded by trees and offers easy access to the magnificent lake. Amenities include a boat launch, showers, playground, and campground store. Have fun fishing, water skiing, hiking, and mountain biking the miles-long trail that loops around Crimson Lake. Reviews note this park for being a “kid-friendly place with big private treed sites.”

Øihusviken Camping, Norway

Øihusviken Camping, Norway

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This is a perfect place if you prefer secluded camping. The park has a lot of good pitches for caravans and campervans as well as tents. The site is right by the river’s edge between Jotunheimen and Rondane National Park, which means you’ll have plenty of opportunities for fun recreational activities such as fishing, hiking and swimming. The campsite has its own cove.

Hunting Island State Park, South Carolina

Hunting Island State Park, South Carolina

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Camping is available at the northern end of the park near the ocean, according to South Carolina Parks. You’ll have access to some of the prettiest beaches in the state. As the name suggests, the park has an abundance of wildlife, which adds to its natural splendor. You can park under tress and still have a view of the ocean. Each site has water and electrical hookups. Some sites accommodate RVs up to 40 feet long.

Tjaldsvæðið Systragil, Iceland

Tjaldsvæðið Systragil, Iceland

The camp site is in the gorgeous and peaceful valley Fnjóskadalur. There is a swimming pool nearby. Fishing in the river Fnjóská is allowed. Gold lovers will like the 9-hole course that is just a short distance away.  Walking paths are around the forest and the campground. There is electricity, a playground, heated toilets, washing machine, hot running water, showers and waste disposal.  Dogs are allowed. 

Camping La Torre del Sol, Costa Dorada, Spain

Camping La Torre del Sol, Costa Dorada, Spain

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The park is ideal for people who enjoy active stays. There is so much to do; you could spend a whole summer in Costa Dorada embarking on a different adventure every day. The park offers direct access to a private beach, and it’s just a few miles away from a town and a theme park. Biking, canoeing, surfing, fishing, and horse riding are all available. In addition, there are opportunities to play golf, tennis, soccer or volleyball, go to a gym, and relax in a spa. 

Oberrhein, Germany

Oberrhein, Germany

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Camp right next to the famous Rhine River, one of the best for cruising. A wide range of sports, numerous adventurous destinations nearby and professional child care are available at the site, according to Camping Info. Surfing, sailing, tennis, miniature golf, canoeing, hiking, or cycling through the picturesque surroundings of the camping park are all possible. Pets are welcome.

Zion River Resort, Utah

Zion River Resort, Utah

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This is a dream destination for any camper. The resort is near the southern entrance of the beautiful national park. A lot of people go there in the winter to escape the cold and enjoy stunning scenery of green valleys, red rocks, redstone cliffs, and possibly some snow. Full hook-ups, concrete parking pads, grills, and free WiFi are available for guests.

American Heritage RV Park, Virginia

American Heritage RV Park, Virginia

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Colonial Williamsburg in Virginia is a 300-acre historic area that attracts nearly 1 million visitors every year. Tour the blacksmith shop, let the kids play Revolutionary Era games, and watch live reenactments of America’s past. But there’s also 70 acres of lush green meadows and woodlands. Every site at this pet-friendly camp features easy pull-throughs, full hookups, and concrete pads and patios.

Pumlani Caravan Park, South Africa

Pumlani Caravan Park, South Africa

The park boasts a picturesque caravan area with 48 standard camp sites with electricity and shade trees. For added comfort, there are scullery facilities and built-in braai facilities. The park is located between Margate and Uvongo, very close to the beach. Relax in the gardens, enjoy the rich bird life, and explore the South Coast of KwaZulu Natal. With a swimming pool and trampoline, the kids will have plenty to do as well.

Clifden eco Beach Campsite & Caravan Park, Ireland

Clifden eco Beach Campsite & Caravan Park, Ireland

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Have your best night’s sleep by a stream and wake up to the sound of the Atlantic Ocean. The park takes pride in being a unique ecological natural campsite and Ireland's first climate-neutral accommodation, nestled amongst the sand dunes on a geosite. Relax on the secluded, sandy private beach, and explore trekking routes and the eight hectares of coastal habitat bio-diversity. Swimming, angling, crabbing, scuba diving, kite surfing, boating and snorkeling are all available.

Camping Le Pontet, Dordogne, France

Camping Le Pontet, Dordogne, France

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Le Pontet Camping and Caravaning Park is right by the Ardèche River Gorges Nature Reserve. The park has been classified as a “green holiday center,” which will please eco-conscious travelers. Take your family and friends on a vacation to a spot surrounded by vines and cherry trees to relax and rest away from major roads. Bonus: This is a dog-friendly camping site.

Dunk Island View Caravan Park, Australia

Dunk Island View Caravan Park, Australia

The park is tucked away at Mission Beach not far at all from the gorgeous tropical sandy beach with views across to Dunk Island. The pet friendly caravan location is nestled among tall palms on six acres of lush green rainforest grounds. This is an ideal location for caravans and camping, for grey nomads and backpackers. As Mission Beach has yet to be discovered by locals and  tourists, the place is serne and uncrowded.

Vicksburg National Military Park, Mississippi

Vicksburg National Military Park, Mississippi

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Learn about the history and monuments in the park. You’ll be treated to fantastic views of the Mississippi River and excellent fishing as well. There are about five RV parks, so you have plenty of choices. The Battlefield Campground is best-known, and it offers pull-through spaces (45-feet), back-ins (35-feet), 50/30/20 amps , and shaded spots on a beautiful lot. There are restrooms, showers, a laundry facility, picnic area, playgrounds, and WiFi. Stay at the Ameristar RV Park if you want to be close to the Ameristar Casino.

Kavimba, Botswana

Kavimba, Botswana

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Why not camp along the Chobe River in an area of game viewing and birdwatching and go on a big game safari in the depths of Africa? Additional thrilling adventures you can book include bungee jumping, elephant rides, and river cruises. Zebra and hippos are often spotted there. The family-run camping resort, Mwandi View, is close to Chobe National Park. There is an infinity pool.

Grenaa Strand Camping, Denmark

Grenaa Strand Camping, Denmark

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Grenaa Strand is a park for the kids. Take a trip to Djurs Summer Land, get oceans of experience at the Kattegat Sea Centre, go wild at Ree Park Safari or the Scandinavian Animal Park. Have fun at the Tivoli Friheden Amusement Park, where there is something to do for everyone. Themed activities such as Pirate barrel plundering, Pirate treasure hunts, and Pirate mini-golf are among the favorites.

Beaver Dam Campground, Maine

Beaver Dam Campground, Maine

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There are many spacious sites to choose from and many of them have gorgeous water views. The campground is located on a 20-acre spring-fed pond. Rent a boat or a bike to get a unique perspective of nature’s beauty. Beaver Dam Campground was named the 2015 Small Park of the Year by the National Association of RV Parks & Campgrounds. There are picnic tables and fire rings at every site.

Camp Gulf Holiday Travel Park, Florida

Camp Gulf Holiday Travel Park, Florida

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How does parking right on the beach sound? Sixteen RV sites allow you to dip your toes in the sand and watch the waves come in from just outside your door. You can also choose a site that is still very close to the beach but a row away; you’ll still get the salty air and ocean sounds. All are full hook-up.

Parque de Campismo Angeiras, Portugal

Parque de Campismo Angeiras, Portugal

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The park is within easy reach of the vineyards of the Douro Valley, which is a major plus. The campground is opposite the beach in a small fishing village close to Porto. Enjoy the spectacular sands, the dunes of Mindelo; swim in the pool, play tennis, and let the kids play in the playground. A mini market is also to hand, according to Pitchup.com.

Crater Lake National Park, Oregon

Crater Lake National Park, Oregon

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The breathtaking views make the park a very desirable camping location. The Mazama Campground offers sites for $31, according to NPS. A few of the RV sites have electric hookups, and they cost $35. There are many pull-through sites. Each one has a picnic table, fire ring, and food locker. Black bears are rarely seen. The campground has drinking water, flush toilets, showers, and even laundry facilities.

Sunshine Coast, South Africa

Sunshine Coast, South Africa

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This is the area in South Africa that receives the most sunshine, hence the name. Bushwillow Camping is a wooded bush area near Kenton. It’s also a short drive to the Kariega Game Reserve and lots of iconic beaches, according to Pitchup.com. There is easy access to the Volo, a Norwegian 19th-century shipwreck skeleton half-submerged in sand.