If you're prepping for life on the road, it's time to sit down and plan some epic destinations. RVing is fun, but there are a few things you’ll want to be sure to account for before hitting the open road – not all campsites were designed to accommodate larger rigs, some destinations book up quickly, and even certain roadways can make driving a white-knuckle experience. Here are seven RV-friendly adventures to check out this summer.
Florida is practically the RV capital of the states, and the ideal weather has made it popular for snowbirds and year-round adventurers alike. Wherever you land, you're sure to find yourself surrounded by state parks and activities close by. We recommend trying an off-the-beaten path vacation in St. Augustine. You can pull into an RV resort steps from the dunes and close to Anastasia State Park.
Grand Canyon National Park
National Parks offer a lot of amenities for RVers. The Grand Canyon National Park specifically has an onsite campground with full hookup sites ready for your rig – just be sure to plan as far in advance as possible as this is an incredibly popular destination. Wake up to surreal sunrises and enjoy a convenient location that allows you to skip the lines to get right into the park for hiking, climbing, sightseeing, and exploring.
When you think of an RV trip, you're probably imagining traversing The Great Outdoors. Las Vegas offers a mix of city excitement alongside a litany of amazing outdoor hiking spots. In Vegas, you’ll have the best of both on your journey. There are several high-end RV resorts around the area, too, including one at Circus Circus.
Embrace the city lifestyle D.C. has to offer. You'll find plenty of RV-friendly parks close to our nation's capital. You can easily park and take advantage of the museums, monuments, and the Potomac River. Check out Cherry Hill Park, the closest park to the capital that offers a true resort experience with extra perks, like a large swimming pool and an onsite cafe.
Jalama Beach Park
If you're on a mission for sand and sea, you'll want to visit Jalama Beach Park in California. The campground is located in Santa Barbara County and is right on the beach. Park your rig and surf it up on the waves in this sunny, sandy destination. After a day on the water, you can taste a few of the local wineries in the evening before calling it one for the books.
Planning a longer road trip this summer? Make the gorgeous, scenic trip to Alaska to experience the open wilderness and jaw-dropping scenery. Fairbanks is known for all-inclusive RV resorts and beautiful parks that allow you to venture the nearby attractions in comfort.
Colorado is home to mountain views, microbrew tours, and endless outdoor activities. Take a look at some of the RV parks near Denver for a unique experience that gives you the option to venture around the city or hike the numerous state parks in the area.
Off-Season Parking Destinations
When your journey is over, the last destination of your trip is at StorQuest. Find a convenient and secure parking spot for your rig when you're not on the road. And when you’re ready to hit the open road again, swing by, load up, and head out.