Top 5 RV Destinations For 2017

Traveling in an RV gives you a large amount of freedom. You can take virtually any road in the United States that you want and see almost everything.

As Outdoorsy points out, there are no shortage of awe inspiring and incredible destinations in the United States for you to visit in your RV.

Here are the top five RV destinations for 2017, presented in alphabetical order:

Blue Ridge Parkway

Located in the eastern United States, Blue Ridge Parkway extends for nearly five hundred miles through Virginia and North Carolina and is the longest linear park in the United States. A part of the Appalachian mountains, it offers you a truly scenic and incredible view that is well managed by the National Park Service.

Crater Lake National Park

Crater Lake National Park is located in Oregon and is well known throughout the world for the steep cliffs and beautiful blue lake. Originally established back in 1902, Crater Lake National Park contains the deepest lake in the United States and the ninth deepest worldwide, with a total depth of nearly two thousand feet.

Equally as beautiful are the tall mountains and green forests that surround the lake and are well worth exploring.

Grand Canyon National Park

Most of us should be familiar with the Grand Canyon in Arizona. The Grand Canyon was originally formed by the Colorado River, and measures eighteen miles wide and over two hundred and seventy five miles long.

Numerous campsites and RV campgrounds are located along the Grand Canyon, and there are no shortage of rivers for you to go rafting on or trails to go biking or hiking.

Redwood National Park

The trees in Redwood National Park in northern California are perhaps the most iconic in North America. They are the tallest trees in the world, and support hundreds of species of flora and fauna.

There are also a wide variety of things you can do at Redwood National Park as well, including going horseback riding into the forest or walking along the forty miles of coastline along the Pacific Ocean.

Yellowstone National Park

Last but not least, we come to Yellowstone National Park, which is perhaps the most well known national park in the world. At Yellowstone you will be witness to the Old Faithful geyser, incredible geological formations, and wonderful wildlife including herds of bison and elk. Thousands of RV travelers visit Yellowstone National Park each year, and the result is there are lots of great campgrounds for you to stay at.

The Best RV Destinations

These are just an incredibly small handful of the multiple great RV destinations in the United States for you to visit and forge happy memories at.

Something to keep in mind is that each of these locations are among the most popular of destinations for RV travelers, so you’ll need to be sure to book and plan your road trip several months ahead of time if you want to get the best camp spots.

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