RV Destinations: 8 Parks for the Whole Family

Planning a trip in your RV or travel trailer for the whole family? In this article, we list 8 different RV destinations your whole family is sure to enjoy!

It can be tough to plan a trip that the entire family will enjoy, but it’s great to be able to travel with the ones you love. So here are eight different parks that happen to be great RV destinations. Whether you’re bringing your RV, travel trailer, or even just a pop-up camper, these parks are all excellent options.

We hope this helps take some of the stress out of vacation planning, so you can do more of what you love most: relax and travel!

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Theme Parks

This family vacation is not for the faint of heart! If you have younger children you will need a lot of energy to keep up with them here. But, if you are a person who enjoys theme parks as well, there are some RV destinations that make for an unforgettable family experience.

Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park

Here parent and child can bond over a character that has made it across multiple generations. These are great parks for kids and adults alike. They combine nature and the outdoors with the theme of Yogi bear and his friend Boo Boo.

These parks include awesome activities for you and your kids ranging from waterparks to wagon rides.

The Jellystone parks have many locations, mainly in the Midwest, South, and East of the United States. However, there are parks stretching all the way to California. For more information or to locate a park near you, follow the link here.


No list would be complete that involved kids and travel without the world famous Disney. With locations both in California and Florida, you can take your pick on which park you’d like to check out.

The parks both have campgrounds that are kid- and RV-friendly. The great thing about doing Disney this way is that it offers more than just the theme parks.

The RV campgrounds in Florida, for example, are fully equipped with hookups for your vehicle and activities for you and the kids. The RV parks are well-connected to the theme parks in both locations, making for a great experience.

National Parks

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The United States is a pretty big place, and it has a lot of amazing natural scenery to offer.

If you and your family aren’t the getaway to a theme park type, a National Park vacation may be more up your alley. There are plenty of great options for RV destinations, coast to coast, that children and adults alike can enjoy.

Grand Canyon National Park

The Grand Canyon is an awe-inspiring wonder that impresses even the best travelled of us out there. Once you’ve gotten over the immense natural beauty, you and your kids can take one of the tours offered by park rangers to spot some wildlife and learn a little bit about the area.

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If you have kids older than 7 years old you can descend the canyon and check out the natural beauty below. If you have very young children, there are many great things to see along the north and south rims.

Yosemite National Park

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A stark contrast to the deserts of Arizona, Yosemite will provide a lush green background for this trip with your family. Interesting rock formations and gigantic Sequoias are scattered throughout the park.Yosemite national park - Best Travel Trailers

There is also an abundance of wildlife that your children will love. In terms of activities, the park offers many great hikes, tours, and bike trails to enjoy.

Everglades National Park

Head out east and take in the natural beauty of one of the most visited states in the Union, Florida. Although many have made the trek down to south Florida, the natural beauty here is as pristine as ever.

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The wildlife in the Everglades is as abundant as the activities offered. Your kids will love seeing the array of birds, fish, and gators in their natural habitat. You also have the opportunity to canoe, swim, or fish all over the place, although hopefully not in gator infested water!

Beach Trips

Once you get your fill of the Everglades, you might as well head over to one of the beautiful beaches in the Sunshine State. And, while you’re at it, check out the other beautiful beaches below!

Camp Gulf Park

Camp Gulf offers amazing waterfront campgrounds in the northern part of Florida. If you’re looking for a beach getaway in your RV, this is the place to do it on the East Coast. The beach is full of beautiful white sand for you and your family to enjoy. After your getaway to Disney, you may need to extend your vacation for a few days at Camp Gulf!

Sonoma Coast State Park

If you’re more of West Coast traveller, check out this State Park in northern California that will provide a great experience for everyone. There are multiple beachfront campgrounds here to choose from.

One of the sites, Bodega Dunes, offers campsites a stone’s throw away from the water, as well as hot showers and flushing toilets. The water can get a bit chilly, but the scenery will be fantastic.

Hunting Island State Park

Heading back to the East Coast, this gem in South Carolina is sure to be an unforgettable holiday destination. To add to the beauty of this campsite, it is located on an island right off the coast of the state.

The small island is abundant with flora and fauna. While on the island, you can hike, fish, or just take some time to relax. The park is also home to a great boardwalk that you and the family can explore to catch a great sunset over the Atlantic. The park is fully equipped for RVs up to 40 feet long.


There are plenty of great options for you and your family; the hard part is finding them. Above are just a few of our top picks when it comes to family vacations.

Whether you’re looking for natural beauty or a thrill for your kids, we hope you got an idea of where you might like to go next time you get a chance to travel. If you have a favorite destination to take the kids in your RV, let us know in the comments!

Written by George Wright

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