RV Destinations You Need to See this Spring Break
As American traditions go, the Spring Break RV road trip is right up there with baseball, apple pie and the stars & stripes. With winter finally in retreat, it’s time to rev up the RV and hit the road!
Spring is one of the best times to embark on a road trip in your RV, but where are the best places to go? If you’re ready to try something different, we compiled the following list of absolute must-see RV destinations, that deserve consideration for any serious RV enthusiast’s bucket list.
We’ve scoured the map for points north, south, east and west, and have found five locales that won’t disappoint.
The Florida Keys
Although impossible to drive straight to the Bahamas in your RV, the Florida Keys comes close with its Caribbean flair. If you are looking to escape winter’s relentless chill for a more tropical setting this spring, Boyd’s Key West Campground may just fit the bill. Located on one of the southernmost points of the Florida Keys, Boyd’s offers scintillating seaside views, marvelous weather and that “edge of the earth” feel few other RV campground resorts can match.
Columbia River Region
Idyllic northwest landscapes? Check. One of America’s legendary waterways? Check. Better than expected weather on a year-round basis? Check. Endless outdoor activities? Check. The Columbia River RV Park checks all the boxes, and then some. For a scenic spot close to Mt. Hood, try the Columbia River RV Park where getting there is half the fun. If you enjoy truly remote areas, the Rufus RV Park is also a great option, as the star-lit sky at Rufus’ is unmatched throughout the Columbia River gorge.
Northern California / Sacramento River Valley
Northern California’s combination of history, magnificent scenery, mild climate and big city excitement make for an unforgettable RV escape. If you’re headed to NorCal this spring, don’t miss the Durango RV Resort. Located in Red Bluff, this swanky RV park has all the amenities, including gathering spots like an expansive dog park, luxurious clubhouses and outdoor fireplaces. While you’re in the neighborhood, swing by Yosemite National Park and stay at the Yosemite Pines RV Park.
Civil War Battleground Tour
If you own an RV, chances are you enjoy leisurely, self-guided experiences and tours. Vicksburg, Mississippi wont’ disappoint, as it is home to the Vicksburg National Military Park and other noteworthy RV parks. The Vicksburg region offers battlefield tours, fishing along the Mississippi River, and high-stakes fun at the nearby Ameristar Casino.
Fun in Fairbanks
Alaska, the country’s largest state, has plenty of room to explore the great outdoors-while you can try your hand at salmon fishing, take in a sightseeing tour, or indulge in outstanding
Alaska cuisine. The Rivers Edge RV Park in Fairbanks makes a great base camp to explore the stunning countryside surrounding the city. For more information on campgrounds and RV parks around Fairbanks, visit the official Fairbanks travel website.
If your RV isn’t quite ready for that Spring Break road trip, Premier Coach Works can provide you with the necessary services to get you ready for the road including interior and exterior
restoration, body repair and general maintenance. Our experienced, professional staff is ready to help! Please call us at 623-935-6678, visit our website @ premiercoachworks.com for a full list of services, or stop by our facility conveniently located in El Mirage, AZ anytime and we will provide you with an estimate. We wish you happy and safe travels!