Skip To Content

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

    Let's get going.

    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.

    CBC / Via Giphy /

    The beauty of hitting the road in an RV is that you can park almost anywhere, but as any seasoned traveler knows, amenities like clean bathrooms and hookups go a long way. 

    The experts at Yelp ran the numbers, and they determined the best parks in the US, taking into account factors like volume of reviews and ratings. 

    Yelp Trend Expert Tara Lewis says that for most RVers, "Easy access to hiking trails and nearby attractions like restaurants and farmer's markets, along with amenities like fire pits, picnic tables, grills, and clean bathrooms, play a large factor in deciding where to park." 

    1. Bridgeport, California: Paradise Shores Camp

    Woman in a kayak on the water
    Yelp / Via

    This full-service RV park and campground sits right on Bridgeport Reservoir, so you can park your rig and spend the days fishing and boating on the water. If you have the space, pack your mountain bike and hit the trails, or make the 45-minute drive to Yosemite National Park.

    2. Mountain Home, Idaho: Mountain Home RV Park

    RVs parked under fall colors
    Yelp / Via

    Set squarely between Twin Falls and Boise is the Mountain Home RV Park, which offers overnight guests spacious concrete patios, shady patches of green space, and full hookups (plus, it's pet friendly).

    3. Custer, South Dakota: Big Pine Campground

    RVs parked under the trees
    Yelp / Via

    A night at Big Pine Campground will put you right in South Dakota's beautiful Black Hills. Plus, the park offers full hookups, a dump station, and enough foliage and trees to make your little corner of the park feel completely private. When you're ready to leave your new home, both Mount Rushmore and Custer State Park are around 30 minutes away by car.

    4. Dolores, Colorado: The Views

    An RV parked at The Views.
    Yelp / Via

    You won't get bored at The Views — surrounded by Colorado mountains and on the shores of McPhee Reservoir, this RV park offers guests 42 acres of trails and a perfect, tree-lined basecamp for a Colorado adventure.

    5. Kanab, Utah: Dark Sky RV Campground

    A scenic lookout at Dark Sky RV campground.
    Yelp / Via

    Just east of Coral Pink Sand Dunes State Park and mere miles from the Utah-Arizona border is this spacious RV park. A night or two here will give you access to inky black skies lit up by millions of stars and all the basic necessities — clean bathrooms, speedy Wi-Fi, and a propane refill station.

    6. Danville, Missouri: Lazy Day Campground

    Campground in the fall
    Yelp / Via

    This family-owned business boasts spacious RV sites, a lake stocked with fish, lush hiking trails, and views of the Milky Way galaxy at night. Plus it's conveniently located just off I-70 between Kansas City and St. Louis.

    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
    Yelp / Via

    It's hard to top this park's perfect location right on the Canada-US border, just south of Niagara Falls State Park. But the island-bound RV park offers much more than easy access to the falls and a great location not far from the Niagara River. You'll also find clean facilities, a big pool, and a family-friendly vibe.

    9. Canyonville, Oregon: Seven Feathers RV Resort

    RVs parked in spaces under trees
    Yelp / Via

    This pristine-looking park keeps its lawns manicured and its RV sites spick and span, but you'll also find all sorts of appealing extras like a heated pool and hot tub, a fitness center, and free Wi-Fi. Full hookups, laundry, showers, and spacious sites are a given.

    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
    Yelp / Via

    Just off the Oregon coast near Bullards Beach State Park is this motel and RV park. While the park promises a clean and quiet stay for RVers, keep in mind that it only has eight full hookup spaces, so you'll need to book in advance. But the tree-lined spaces and coastal access are well worth the extra work.

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

    14. Cedar City, Utah: BNBSWISS

    RVs parked along paved area
    Yelp / Via

    This Swiss-themed park has eight log cabins you can rent in addition to 17 RV spaces. Breakfast, however, is where this place really shines. The breakfast buffet includes homemade bread, croissants, Swiss muesli, and the cheese straight from Switzerland.

    15. Long Beach, Washington: The Lamp Camp

    People gathering around a campfire
    Yelp / Via

    With an oceanfront location on Washington's Long Beach Peninsula, this RV park offers both coastal forest, dunes, and beach access. When you're not out exploring the area, you'll be well taken care of at The Lamp Camp, which offers guests peace and quiet, showers, and plenty of space. Oh, and bring along your pup so he can romp around the beach with you.

    16. Dandridge, Tennessee: Anchor Down RV Resort

    17. Theodore, Alabama: All About Relaxing RV Park

    Truck and RV parked under a palm tree
    Yelp / Via

    You can expect welcoming Southern hospitality the moment you step foot on All About Relaxing RV Park. Here, they really are all about relaxing. You'll find spacious, full hookup sites, cozy picnic spaces, a pool, and high-end restrooms, showers, and laundry. If you're traveling with pets, they're welcome here too.

    18. Roswell, New Mexico: Red Barn RV Park

    Truck and RV parked near a gate and under a tree
    Yelp / Via

    Roswell, where Red Barn RV Park is located, is the site of the world-famous UFO crash site. The park offers guests lots of little extras like a book exchange and game room in addition to amenities like laundry, bathrooms, showers, and super-fast Wi-Fi. When you're ready to venture out, check out Roswell's alien-themed sites or make your way south to Carlsbad Caverns National Park.

    19. Weatherford, Oklahoma: Wanderlust Crossings RV Park

    20. Sheridan, Texas: Splashway Waterpark & Campgrounds

    Waterslides into a pool
    Yelp / Via

    Can't decide between a weekend road trip or a visit to your local waterpark? This spot in Sheridan, Texas checks both boxes and then some. The property provides RVers with full hookups, laundry, and showers — plus, walkable access to the wonders of Splashway Waterpark (where you'll probably be spending most of your time).

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

    Sign Up For The Bring Me! Newsletter!

    The latest travel tips, off-the-beaten-path experiences, and inspiration delivered to your inbox.

    Newsletter signup form