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Whether you live in an RV full time or hit the road just for vacations, RV trips are always fun. There’s something to be said about relaxing in you favorite chair and sleeping in your own bed, even though you’re thousands of miles away from All your RV furniture travels with you, regardless of visiting the city or traveling deep into the heart of the wilderness.

And an RV trip is one of the cheapest, best and most rewarding ways to explore some of the world’s most scenic destinations. Have you been to these?

HersheyPark Camping Resort in Hummelstown, Pennsylvania

This RV camping resort is the place to be if you have plans to visit this section of Pennsylvania. The following are the main attractions of the camping resort and its surroundings.

Reasons to Visit

  • Picnic tables and camp fire rings at each of the camping sites
  • Natural creeks and a beautiful forest surrounds the whole camping ground
  • Two swimming pools for adults and a smaller pool for kids
  • Horseshoe pits, volleyball courts and several open playgrounds
  • Live entertainment on certain nights
  • Easy access to the nearby HersheyPark, Museum Experience and the Hershey Gardens


Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort & Campground in Florida

The camping ground of the resort is one of the most expansive in the US, spread over 750 acres. There’s actual wildlife there, so don’t be surprised (or get eaten) if you see a gator come out of a lake!

A bit of caution is advised, but that adds so much more to the adventure. Check out the list below to get a brief idea of what more to expect.

Reasons to Visit

  • Equipped to handle a large family of RV dwellers
  • Everything from charcoal grills and picnic tables to electrical hook-ups and cable TV is available
  • Theme Parks all around you with easy access to them via transportation arranged by Disney
  • Swimming pools, kids’ pools, beaches, kayak/canoe rentals, campfire events and of course, hiking through the multiple trails in search of true adventure

Alligator by Mapping Megan

Springs at Borrego, California

Famous for its hospitality, this is a luxury RV resort that will appeal to any and all nature lovers due to multiple reasons.

Reasons to Visit

  • Being one of the few places in the entire world where you can actually experience a natural night, you will love the dark skies and the twinkling stars here
  • Star parties at the astronomy park
  • A saltwater swimming pool, a golf course, a fitness center and a tennis court
  • Fishing
  • Dog parks
  • The Borrego Springs themselves with their healing mineral baths
  • Free Wi-Fi for all guests


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Megan is an Australian Journalist and award-winning travel writer who has been blogging since 2007. Her husband Mike is the American naturalist and wildlife photographer behind Waking Up Wild; a website dedicated to opening your eyes to the wild & natural world.

Committed to bringing you the best in adventure travel from all around the globe, there is no mountain too high, and no fete too extreme! They haven’t been everywhere, but it’s on their list.

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Photo credits: Millennium Coaches by Millennium Luxury Coaches.


  1. I’ve never RV’d before (besides a football tailgate once, does that count?) But would love to see the world this way!

    • It’s a really fun way to get around :) And super hassle free – I love that you don’t have to pack and unpack bags, you just drive your hotel room to the next place :D

      Hope you have the chance to RV sometime soon! Happy travels :)

  2. I’m a tent person, but all these places look like great places to RV.

    • You could always pack a tent in your RV if you get nostalgic for proper camping, best of both worlds!

  3. I was just looking into an RV to visit Zion National Park because I’m not much of a tent person. It sounds like it would be fun to travel the U.S in one!

    • The US is one of the best countries in the world for an RV trip – so much to see and take in, and a mobile home is the most convenient way :) Happy travels! Zion is great!

  4. Thanks for the post and you had some pretty cool suggestions! an RV sounds really luxurious but I am sure it would be a wonderful experience traveling in that! @ knycx.journeying

    • Glad you enjoyed the post Kenny :) An RV is definitely more luxurious than the alternative which is usually traditional camping haha so we definitely prefer the RV :D

  5. Never RV’d before, but now that the kids are a bit older, this would be a great way to explore and spend time together. We are in Florida so Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort could be a great start!

    • Definitely a great way to travel as a family – hope you’re having a great time in Florida at the moment! Definitely check out Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort if you need a place to stay :)

  6. I’ve actually played at that tennis court you mention in Borrego. Not the nicest surface ever… but still a fun time! Thanks for the post.

    • Small world! Glad to hear you enjoyed your trip – it’s a great spot :)

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