The lure of the open road and the comforts of home come together when you’re traveling in a recreational vehicle, or RV. But before you go, there are a few things to know.
Not all RV parks are created equal. Campers can find RV parks in state and national parks as well as privately owned campgrounds. The quality ranges from budget to swanky. Chain campgrounds like KOA operate around the country and offer some continuity from site to site.
Rustic campgrounds may offer little more than a parking spot, while others have such amenities as water and electric hook-ups. On the high end, luxurious sites feature pools, restaurants, free Wi-Fi and business facilities. Some of the parks below are recommended by Yelp.
Due to COVID-19, some facilities and areas in national, state and RV parks may be closed or restricted, and some operate seasonally. Visit the websites before you go.