Today we’re counting down the Top 10 RV Parks in the USA. This is a list made up from our 2017 full time RV living travels. We’d love for you to share your favorite parks or resorts in the comment section!


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  • Can I ask what year your RV is?…I know there are a lot of RV Parks that don't let RV's over 10 years old stay at their RV Park.

  • Best 3 parks in the north east new England area
    1) Moose Hillock Campground-update ny Adirondack area . This park offer huge sites!! Nestled in the beautiful tall pines of upstate ny. They have a large heated indoor water park and many other wonderful amenities

    NORMANDY Farms renowned for it luxuries amenities and ultra sited which are landscaped and have level concrete pads . They have an indoor adult pool with hot tub and adult lodge area for relaxing .

    3) Country Acres Campground nestelied in the heart of farming communities in Amish country. You are surrounded by home baked goods, freshest produce and meats. Sights and attractions are endless. Also 30 mins or less drive to the famous Hershey Park and chocolate world.

    Hope some of you get out and check these resorts you won't he disappointed!!!! …..

    Hi deeee hoodoo campers !!!!!!!

  • 64 parks in 11 months is a lot of moving around. Why not stay in one park longer to take advantage of the monthly rates, save some fuel, make some friends and thoroughly check out an area? Just wondering.

  • Potentially useful fact: The Paradise By The Sea RV Park in Oceanside is a few blocks from a rail station where you can take a five-minute ride on the Sprinter light rail to the Oceanside Transit Center and catch the Coaster to Santa Fe Depot in downtown San Diego, where the San Diego Trolley connects you to most of the popular destinations. From Oceanside, you can also take a MetroLink train to Los Angeles Union Station, where the Red Line subway, several light rail lines, and additional MetroLink lines connect you to a wide variety of interesting destinations. Day passes for these systems are very affordable and you can download their smartphone trip planning apps for free. Google "Los Angeles MTA" and "San Diego MTS" to find their websites. Save yourself the agony of SoCal's nightmarish freeways and leave your car at the RV park!

  • Love these top 10s and campground reviews. Extra points for all the tips on hot springs! We prefer rustic parks but splurged at Crown Villa RV resort in Bend OR and can recommend it, other than very pricey. Bend is a great town, loved the brewpubs Deschutes Brewing and Crux Fermentation Project.

  • Hey guys. Paradise by the sea is awesome. We stay there during the Easter break. You guys need to check out Glamis North Hot springs in Niland Ca. They have mineral pools free pancake breakfast on Saturdays. They're only open during the winter, because it gets hot there in the summer.