RVing a Fun Way to See the US

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Many people have thought about traveling around the United States. Why not see the nation in a whole new way by traveling in an RV (Recreation Vehicle)? There are many beautiful and unique places to visit in the U.S.

Many of these places have campgrounds and parks nearby to accommodate RV travelers.

Some people believe that these gorgeous areas are worth at least renting or purchasing an RV. From Maine to California, there are plenty of spots a person could set up their rig and see the wonders nature has to hold.

Travelers could stop in Alabama and visit the Birmingham Civil Rights Institute, the U.S. Space and Rocket Center, the Huntsville Botanical Garden, or the Alabama Wildlife Center. Of course, there are many other beautiful sites and trails where a person could stop. Alabama also offers a person great live music to listen to, perfect water for kayaking, and fresh seafood.

RVWhile RVing in Arizona, travelers could stop at the Grand Canyon National Park or shop at the tourist village — Grand Canyon Village. There are also beautiful sites like the Saguaro National Park, the Petrified Forest National Park, and the unique sandstone geological formation at Antelope Canyon.

One of the most scenic drives in the U.S. is a small portion of US Route 550 called the Million Dollar Highway in Colorado — it is also one of the most terrifying routes for RVs to traverse. This western state holds many diverse landscapes. For example, the snow-covered Rocky Mountains, the arid desert at Great Sand Dunes, river canyons, and the Mesa Verde National Park.

While RVing in Kentucky, they can stop and see a natural landmark with sandstone arches at the Red River Gorge Geological Area, or check out the iconic baseball bats at the Louisville Slugger Museum & Factory. Travelers can also stop by the Mammoth Cave National Park. Here people can explore the Mammoth Cave or Cedar Sink and park trails.

RVers travel in the comfort of a home-like vehicle. They have all the amenities they have become accustomed to and the freedom of camping out. Moreover, they can hike, fish, shop, and sightsee in any one of America’s states.

Each state holds a special wonder for RVers and travelers alike. With so many different places to see and all the wildlife to see, traveling in a home away from home makes sense. It allows one to save a bit of money without worrying where they will lay their heads at night.

People can find exclusive campsites in country-like settings and sleep indoors in their RVs. They can be close to nature, stargaze at night, and still have air conditioning, walls, stoves, refrigeration, and comfortable beds.

Many RV resorts offer people a chance to escape from city life and still use their WIFI devices. Many have general stores, clean bathrooms, and sparkling showers for all of their guests. Some offer family games and sports, dog parks, efficient laundry, children’s playgrounds, and full-service hook-ups. RV campgrounds and parks offer their guests a way to stay connected with the world while staying in nature.

Written by Sheena Robertson

Sources:

Drivin Vibin: 21 UNIQUE RV DESTINATIONS IN 2021; by Kyle and Olivia Brady
Vacation Idea: 25 Best Things to Do in Alabama
Kumberland Campground Resorts & RV Park: AMENITIES

Featured and Top Image Courtesy of Kevin Dooley’s Flickr Page – Creative Commons License
Inline Image Courtesy of Yellowstone National Park’s Flickr Page – Creative Commons License

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