Another top Delaware RV Park located in Millsboro; Sun Outdoors Rehoboth Bay is the definition of a luxury campground. They’ve got beachfront RV and tent campsites and a staff that’s ready to make all guests feel as comfortable as possible. Best of all, they’re in perfect proximity to great RV rentals in Delaware.
Sun Outdoors Rehoboth Bay is one of the most luxurious RV parks you’ll ever have the pleasure to stay in. All guests get to enjoy the adult only swimming area in the spacious pool, a private beach, and of course, high-speed Wi-Fi. Go canoeing, paddleboarding, and fishing in the two mile stretch of waterfront. Rent bikes for a fun, family workout, and take a break while the kids play at one of the park’s two playgrounds.
“Just spent an entire week here with Two RVs and 4 total adults. Park is very nice for being on sand and close to the water. Sites are growing grass as best as could be expected being only a year old or so. Pools were very nice as well as the food offered. Adult Pool made you feel like you were at St. Thomas or something…” – Bill, Google Review
Second on our list is Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park. Located in Lincoln, Delaware this park is of course, based on the old Han-Barbera cartoon character. As such, it’s got a very charming theme that appeals to both kids and adults alike.
Although this park is based on a children’s cartoon character, you’ll quickly find that it has plenty to offer grown ups as well. It’s got resort style amenities and attractive facilities all throughout. The entire family can enjoy their “themed weekend,” so no one will ever be bored. If you’re in need of any supplies, no need to leave the site as there is a camp store stocked with all of the essentials campers and RVers need.
“Great campground with very attentive and helpful staff… lots of activities for the younger kids and very clean. The staff was always around and proactive. Losses a star for not having a lot of trees very flat and open, but easy to maneuver vehicles.” – Meg, Google Review
Starting off our list is Holly Lake Campsites. This family owned and operated park is located in Millsboro, Delaware; just nine miles from the ocean and less than three hours from Washington DC.
Holly Lakes is the Perfect place to be for a family vacation. With its convenient amenities, proximity to wonderful entertainment, food, and shopping, and old school charm, everyone in the group is guaranteed to have an amazing time. Above all, depending on the time of year you come, you can party like a local during the area’s Fourth of July fireworks show, Annual Sea Witch Festival, and more!
“Very nice and peaceful campground. Stayed here in a cabin and went to the beach. Nice clean pool. Shower rooms and restrooms very clean. Friendly staff. Nice petting zoo. Very shady. I would highly recommend this campground. I will definitely be back.” – Robert, Google Review
Located Lewes, this Delaware campground is chock full of great amenities, fun activities, and exciting nearby attractions such as museums, farmers markets, and even casinos. Bring the whole family along to this fantastic campground resort.
This campground offers all the best amenities for guest’s enjoyment. Besides standards such as pools, showers, and a playground, Tall Pines offers a small water park for kids called “Flicker’s Splash Park.” Tall Pines also has a mini golf course, a fitness center, and is only a few miles from the beach.
“Love this place! Super helpful and always friendly staff, even let us check in late. So far we have only stayed on the tent sites, but plan to rent a cabin this summer. Showers/restroom facilities are always clean. Fun family activities during the evenings. Close to park & ride shuttle bus to the beach” – Amanda, Google Review
This beautiful campground is located in Rehoboth Beach, just two and a half miles from the sand. If you want the best of both worlds (camping and beach) then this is definitely an RV park you need to go to. They offer seasonal camping
Big Oaks is a cozy campground that features activities such as art contests, bingo, movies, ice cream parties, and more. Whether you’re a mom, dad, son, daughter, or even grandma and grandpa, there is bound to be something you’ll love about Big Oaks. Arguably, its best feature is that it’s so close to the ocean you can practically smell it
“I’ve been coming here since I was around 6 years old, which was 24 years ago. Now I enjoy bringing my 2 children here. It’s such a great and friendly place. Close to everything and anything you need, including the beach. You don’t even have to drive anywhere, just take the bus” – Alysia, Google Review
Homestead Campground sits in Georgetown, Delaware. It’s a family oriented park right by some of the most popular Delaware attractions, like Cape Henlopen State Park, Tanger Outlets, and Rehoboth Boardwalk.
This charming RV park includes a number of amenities like two Olympic sized pools, a kids splash pad, a game room, basketball court, and dog park just to name a few. Homestead Campground sits on beautiful greenery that almost gives the park a southern feel to it even though you still know you’re in the north. Not many places can blend the two so seamlessly.
“This was an amazing campground. I was on the fence with camping because I have a 2-year-old daughter and I wasn’t sure if we would stay busy enough to peak her interest. I was wrong. This place has everything, fishing, pools, park, splash pad for the little ones, plenty of area for biking and walking. Not to mention everyone on the staff was so friendly…” – Brittany, Google Review
Treasure Beach RV Park is located in Selbyville, Delaware, right on the water. It’s described as the ideal place for rest and relaxation. Surrounded by natural beauty and 100 acres of “prime vacation campsites,” this park is perfect for folks who need a break from the fast pace of daily life.
All RV sites come with everything you need for your stay including water, electric, sewage, cable, and more. Treasure Beach sits right on the shores of Assawoman Bay, just a mile from Fenwick Island. It truly is a paradise oasis. This peaceful RV park is the closest thing to an island getaway you’ll get camping in the northeast united states.
“Very nice, open campsites. Friendly atmosphere. So close to the Beach but far enough away from the noise from the main Street” – Anthony, Google Review
Founded in 1997, G&R Campground is a family owned RV park that sits Houston, Delaware. Besides year round camping, they’ve got a 10,000 square foot facility for private events and catering.
Although this campground has somewhat of an old fashioned feel to it, it’s really anything but that. With its massive activity hall, basketball and volleyball courts, game room, general store, and more, G&R makes for a fun place to stay while RVing in Delaware. The facility is clean and the staff is warm.
“Friendly staff. We were greeted immediately upon entering the office. We were escorted to our site and the staff assisted my husband in backing up the 42′ motor coach. We had a lovely campfire and bugs weren’t a problem. We would definitely come back here when traveling through this area again.” – Stacey, Google Review
The Delaware Seashore State Park is another campground on our list that’s located in Rehoboth. Delaware Seashore State Park is walking distance to the Atlantic Ocean so it’s fantastic for beach lovers.
This isn’t just an RV campground, this is a big and beautiful state park. This means that if you’re a nature lover, you’re in for a real treat. It borders the Indian River, where you can take a bike ride, or a relaxing walk through the trail. Don’t forget to hit up the Indian River Life-Saving Station and gift shop, a popular attraction for tourists.
“We love it! Everything about this park is perfection to us. We go several times each season, eat our lunch under the spacious roofed pavilions; enjoy the clean beach, shower in the ample rest room area. There is plenty of food and drink available if you desire” – Brian, Google Review
As we can see, Delaware has a lot to offer any family that’s lucky enough to visit. Whether you plan on staying for a night or two, or a week or longer, these parks have the accommodations needed to enjoy a memorable trip. We hope you have the time of your life out in “The First State.” Happy Travels!
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Yes. The majority of campgrounds we selected in this blog allow pets.