Bailey’s Point Campground, Bailey’s Point, Kentucky

Large sites, great views and plenty of shade make this park ideal for almost everyone. Even when the camp is full, it never seems crowded. Whether you’re in a big rig or a tent, you’ll enjoy this site. Prices start at $20 per night.

Sugar Loafin’ RV Campground, Leadville, Colorado

The stunning mountain backdrop is the perfect setting for this family-friendly park. You can pan for gold, attend a nightly ice cream social or just enjoy the scenery. There are plenty of pull-throughs for even the biggest rigs, as well as modem hook-ups and easy access to the highest golf course in the U.S. Prices start at $30 per night.

Granite Lake RV Resort, Clarkston, Washington

This clean campground is right on the lake, and what’s more, they offer free rolls, coffee and juice each morning and the local paper delivered right to your door. You can sign up for day trips or set off on your own to explore what the area has to offer – golf, fishing, hiking, biking and more. Prices start at $36 per night.

Four Paws, Rutherfordton, North Carolina

A dog-lover’s dream, this campground is ultra pet-friendly. While some breeds are prohibited for insurance reasons, the owners are canine-crazy. Shady spots, trees, WiFi, and lots of social events make this the perfect spot to settle into. Hiking, swimming and leash-free zones provide plenty to do for both two- and four-legged guests. Prices start at $28 per night.

Meteor Crater

Meteor Crater RV Camp, Winslow, Arizona

This oasis in the desert may not offer waterfront lots, but the spacious, easy-to-navigate sites with full hook-ups and WiFi make this a dream for anyone with a big rig. Clean and centrally located, this site can be home base for day trips to the Grand Canyon, the Petrified Forest , mountain lakes and Sedona’s Red Rock Country. Prices vary according to the number of campers.


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