Do you love traveling but hate the crowds at typical tourist locations? Are you interested in planning an exciting vacation in an out-of-the-way destination? Would you like to be surrounded by wilderness while still sticking close to the comforts and conveniences of home? If you said yes to any of these questions, a trip to some unique RV destinations could be in your future. All you need to do is choose where you want to go.
Off-Road Camping Trips
Anywhere can be a temporary camping sight in an RV; however, the view from a rest stop or a town’s grocery store parking lot doesn’t compare to the scenic wonders of mountain peaks, lush green forests, or a night sky filled with stars. When craving these views, RV off-road camping trips are just what you need.
Hidden Falls Adventure Park – Marble Falls, Texas
Pack your hiking shoes, all you adventure seekers! With over 240 miles of trails, the Hidden Falls Adventure Park is all about off-road adventures. Natural springs and waterfalls make this stunning setting the place to be, even in the hot Texas summer. Here, you can hike, fish, ride mountain bikes, motorcycles, ATVs, and more. The park has camping and RV grounds, so get ready to load up and head out to experience this thrilling location.
Black Hills National Forest – South Dakota
For off-road camping trips, forests are always a good idea. Black Hills National Forest does not disappoint. Off-road trails spanning 600 miles provide a wide variety of activities. This national park allows the adventurer to experience every outdoor activity imaginable–including viewing some pretty incredible wildlife. Combine a visit with a stop at Mount Rushmore to make this an RVing adventure you will never forget.
Grand Canyon National Park – Arizona
While Grand Canyon National Park is a big tourist draw, there are so many places to see and so much space to spread out that the off-season means a less crowded experience. The picturesque towns and winding roadways through the deep green forests are a beautiful opening act to the main event–the canyon itself. A must-visit destination, the Grand Canyon is a stunning sight that you will want to return to over and over.
So you are not that into the outdoors. You like to visit, but wouldn’t want to live there. You see yourself as more of a road warrior. We’ve got you covered. Off-road adventures don’t have to involve camping out in one place and exploring there for days. Sometimes, a roving soul likes to do just that–rove.
Ozark Mountains – Arkansas and Missouri
If you are looking for a scenic weekend road trip, consider the Ozarks. The Ozark Mountains spread across four states–Arkansas, Oklahoma, Missouri, and a small corner of southeastern Kansas. There are multiple bodies of water to visit and enjoy. Towns dot the mountains, meaning almost anywhere you go, activities like fishing, boating, nature walks–and even shopping–are abundant.
Arches National Park – Utah
This national park is known for its majestic arch formations. In addition to the scenery, Arches National Park deserves a place on the list of unique RV destinations because of its proximity to several other parks, including Zion and the Grand Canyon. Make sure to visit at sunrise or sunset during your vacation to Utah. The way these arches catch the evening sun is a sight you won’t soon forget.
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