12 RV Parks That Campers Love

Last updated on August 6th, 2021 at 03:05 pm. Originally published on May 19th, 2016

RVers love these campgrounds and we know why!

There are thousands of RV parks nationwide, but fewer are parks that go above and beyond to create meaningful memories and experiences for their visitors. The RV parks below are campgrounds with the highest search volume and highest ratings based on traveler reviews. These RV parks are widely recognized for their amenities, superb reviews and scenic prestige.

3,000 Acre RV Park and Campground on Historical Mayfield Ranch

Ozona, TX

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Staying at this rustic 100 year old working ranch lands you in the wilderness of Texas, only a short distance from Devil’s River for tubing, kayaking and canoeing. This is a perfect country getaway, complete with stargazing, arrowhead scavenging and other fun outdoor activities. In reviews on RoverPass.com, RVers rave about the beautiful scenery, wildlife and friendly hosts.

Turtle Kraal RV Park

Alton, NH


Located in the heart of New Hampshire’s lake region, Turtle Kraal RV Park is a pet-friendly, amenity rich campground just outside Alton. While it is close to town, it’s tucked away with river access for a quiet and peaceful stay. Travelers who stay the park rate it highly for the wide, open spaces, full amenities and friendly staff.

Lizard Creek Campground (formerly Blue Ridge Campground)

Lehighton, PA


This private, family-owned campground is a popular family destination located on the western edge of the Pocono mountains in Pennsylvania. With a creek running through it and a pool on the grounds, this RV park is loved for it’s friendly owners and peaceful, quiet atmosphere.

Little Ole Opry Campground

Jackson, MO


This quaint little “ole” RV park is owned by a local farmer. It’s a great destination for travellers looking for a peaceful place to park, relax and admire nature. It’s not rich in amenities and you won’t find Google Fiber running through this park, but the friendly owners, scenery and small, cozy ambiance will win your heart.

Falls Creek Cabins & Campground

Corbin, KY


Only a short distance away from Cumberland Falls, this RV park is the ideal place to stay for travellers on a budget who want to get their boots dirty hiking and exploring the nearby waterfalls. The campsites are affordable, but the surrounding scenery and “moonbow” (aka moon rainbow) attraction is the sweet spot for campers.

Hitch-N-Post RV Campground

Panguitch, UT


Hitch-N-Post is conveniently located by Bryce Canyon National Park and a nearby town. This park gains much of its popularity for it’s friendly staff, the array of in-town activities available, the scenic routes around the area, and it’s proximity to Bryce Canyon.

Casini Ranch Family Campground

Duncans Mills, CA


The appropriately named Casini Ranch is actually located on a working ranch with livestock, but you wouldn’t know it from the amenities they offer like 40+ TV channels, wifi, and an on-site laundry facility. While it is little off the beaten path, it is located along the Russian River so there is no shortage of rural and water activities.

Shady Oaks Campground & Cabins

Orland, ME


Cozy, shaded and clean are three words that describe this RV park. RVers rave about exception customer service in TripAdvisor reviews. The campground plans fun social activities, offers yummy breakfast delights and has a full list of amenities to make your stay perfectly comfortable. This is a great campground for families.

Belle Parc RV Resort

Brooksville, FL


Although it’s not far from neighboring towns, Belle Parc is covered in country charm with lush grass, trees, a lake and sparklingly clean pool and amenities. Serene and peaceful, this park is pet and family friendly. The owners and the clean facilities get the most compliments in visitor reviews.  

Boyd’s Key West Campground

Key West, FL


This waterfront RV park is great for family vacations, beach dwellers looking for a spot to park and sunbathe, and underwater explorers looking for a comfortable snorkeling destination. The park hosts lots of activities like yoga, movie nights, pool parties, cruises and ice cream socials.

Durango RV Resort

Red Bluff, CA


This classy RV park is conveniently situated by Shasta National Forest, the Sacramento River, a few local wineries and a town for shopping and a farmer’s market.

Zion River Resort RV Park & Campground

Virginia, UT


Located by the Virginia River and a mere few minutes from the Zion National Forest, this RV park is the perfect place to park for day trips to the Grand Canyon North Rim. Sit in the comfortable valley of colorfully painted mountains with a river for water play and enjoy some of a great view of Southwestern natural wonders.

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