Traveling by RV offers far more freedom that other types of travel. As an RV enthusiast, you can experience nature up close and personal and get the most out of the many wild destinations the US has to offer. The versatility you enjoy with RV travel, including the ability to spend the night almost anywhere you choose, can make even some of the most well-traveled destinations into a truly unique experience. With camper rentals available at thousands of locations across the country, there is truly no excuse to not give RV’ing a try and experiencing the open road that many thousands of Americans have come to enjoy.
If you are putting together a list of wild destinations to enjoy on your RV adventures, you should certainly make sure not to leave off any of the below.
Yellowstone National Park
Surely you have heard about the abundance of wildlife, Old Faithful, and the truly stunning mountains and rock formations on display at Yellowstone. But you may not have known that this national treasure is full of RV friendly parks that will allow you to camp out and truly get a hands-on feel for the majestic surroundings. Just make sure to book ahead of time during the peak season.
Of course you have seen the pictures and heard the tales, but you haven’t experienced anything until you have seen the Canyon up close. Or how about camped out in the Canyon itself? With an RV, you can do this. There are many parks available in the surrounding area and within the Canyon, so allow your RV to let you experience this wonder fully.
Truly a national treasure, Redwood in northern California is home to some of the world’s tallest and most ancient trees, not to mention majestic streams, wild coastline, and miles of prairies. The wildlife here is out of this world. And you can experience it all up close and personal by taking advantage one of the dozens of RV-friendly sites across the region. There is a reason Redwood has been popular with RV enthusiasts for decades, and you will see this reason within minutes of touching down in this majestic setting.
Crater Lake National Park
This one you have to see to believe. The pictures are certainly majestic, but they don’t do this natural curiosity the justice it deserves. Formed from the impact of a giant crater, this lake is incredibly deep and majestic blue, and is surrounding by some breathtaking rock formations. There is truly no place on Earth like Crater Lake, and with your RV you can bask in this majesty for as long as you would like.
The Great Smokey Mountains
There are many RV camps all throughout the Smokey Mountain region, meaning you can drive from camp to camp and experience some of the most breathtaking scenery in the country at close range. You just won’t be the same after a week in the Smokeys, so make sure this one is on your list.The greatest asset of RV travel is the ability to truly experience the amazing nature on display all throughout the US. So get out there into the wild as soon as you can.