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20 RV Parks Across America That Are One Step Above The Rest, Offering Beachfront Access, Mountain Views, And More

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If you recently joined the RV and camper van craze, welcome. But before you hit the road, you might want to consider adding a few of the nation's best RV parks to your itinerary.

1. Bridgeport, California: Paradise Shores Camp

Woman in a kayak on the water

2. Mountain Home, Idaho: Mountain Home RV Park

RVs parked under fall colors

3. Custer, South Dakota: Big Pine Campground

RVs parked under the trees

4. Dolores, Colorado: The Views

An RV parked at The Views.

5. Kanab, Utah: Dark Sky RV Campground

A scenic lookout at Dark Sky RV campground.

6. Danville, Missouri: Lazy Day Campground

Campground in the fall

7. Paso Robles, California: Paso Robles RV Ranch & Campground

8. Grand Island, New York: Branches of Niagara Campground & Resort

Peaceful waterfront with green grass and a cabin

9. Canyonville, Oregon: Seven Feathers RV Resort

RVs parked in spaces under trees

10. Winthrop, Washington: Pine Near RV Park

11. Wells, Nevada: Welcome Station RV Park

12. Bandon, Oregon: Bandon Wayside Motel + RV

Small RV parked under a large tree

13. Kingman, Arizona: Blake Ranch RV Park & Horse Motel

14. Cedar City, Utah: BNBSWISS

RVs parked along paved area

15. Long Beach, Washington: The Lamp Camp

People gathering around a campfire

16. Dandridge, Tennessee: Anchor Down RV Resort

17. Theodore, Alabama: All About Relaxing RV Park

Truck and RV parked under a palm tree

18. Roswell, New Mexico: Red Barn RV Park

Truck and RV parked near a gate and under a tree

19. Weatherford, Oklahoma: Wanderlust Crossings RV Park

20. Sheridan, Texas: Splashway Waterpark & Campgrounds

Waterslides into a pool

Have you stayed at a great RV park that you would recommend to others? Tell us in the comments below!