Published: April 2012
You invested in an RV for the love of the road trip. But it's not just about the journey when the destination is so good. Check out our list of the best RV Parks in America.
With hundreds of RV parks across the country, you'll never run out of new places to explore with your RV.
Known as the birthplace of America, Virginia's Historic Triangle connects Historic Williamsburg, Jamestown, and Yorktown. Today, Colonial Williamsburg offers a re-created experience of the 18th century town , archeologists are busy uncovering more of Jamestown and visitors can walk the revolutionary battlefields of Yorktown. The American Heritage RV Park gives you easy access (not to mention discounted tickets) to all points of the Historic Triangle.
It's called the Entertainment Capital of the World for a reason: You'll never run out of things to do while you're in Las Vegas. With an average of 300 sunny days per year, there are plenty of opportunities to hit the pool or the golf course by day, and hit the tables at night. The Las Vegas RV Resort is a 21+ RV resort that offers water and sewage hook ups as well as space for pull-thrus and slide-outs, all close to the famous Las Vegas Strip. Viva RVing!
Arizona is home to the Grand Canyon, Spring Training, and the Petrified Forest, but nobody could blame you if you came here just for the sunshine. The Palm Creek Golf and RV Resort is located between Phoenix and Tucson, with its own 18-hole golf course to help you take full advantage of those mild Arizona winters.
At nearly 95% designated wilderness, it doesn't get much more adventurous than Yosemite National Park . What better way to experience the majesty of Yosemite than to stay within the park itself? You can take your pick from 10 RV-friendly campgrounds within the park, and though hook ups aren't available, many of the campgrounds offer online reservations.
It's hard to imagine, but what is now South Dakota was once underwater. As a result, the Badlands of South Dakota are a fossil lover's paradise. Aside from being known for its fossils, the park is also home to awe-inspiring geological formations and wildlife from buffalo to bighorn sheep. Although the campgrounds aren't glamorous, they will put you as close as you can get to the natural wonders of South Dakota's Badlands.
You've gotten your RV tuned up, your groceries packed, and your GPS system ready to take you on your next big RV adventure. Before you hit the road, here are some things to remember:
- Talk to your insurance agent. Allstate Motorhome Insurance helps protect you, your RV, and your guests. Your Allstate agent can help you customize a Recreational Vehicle Insurance plan with optional coverage that is right for you.
- Join the club. The Allstate Motor Club offers an RV Roadhelp Plan with 24/7 Personal Assist Concierge, unlimited roadside assistance, special discounts and trip interruption reimbursement up to $1,500 that can make sure you're prepared for whatever the open road has in store for you. Even better: a mobile app keeps all of this right at your fingertips.
Short of buckling-up in your backseat, your Allstate agent will do everything they can to make sure you and your RV have the coverage you need to embark on your next road trip. To start the conversation, find an agent
near you or call