Thinking of traveling the country and staying in the best national parks? Let Nashville RV help you make your decision with the top ten parks in the nation for RV vacation. Your family will have a blast exploring the nation and staying in these national parks. Or, if you’re honeymooning or starting your retirement, the best places to park your RV and see the sites are listed here for your enjoyment. Remember: All who wander are not lost!
Acadia National Park
Acadia National Park boasts a diverse landscape of woodlands, ocean shorelines, and lakes. Two campgrounds within Acadia Park, Blackwoods and Seawall are equipped to station RVs. It accommodates RVs up to 35 feet, however offers no hookups or hot water. Pets are allowed, if they are on a leash.
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Arches and Canyonlands National Park
Composed of three districts divided by the Colorado and Green rivers, Arches and Canyonlands National Park is a great place to get back to nature. Canyonlands RV Resort & Campground is equipped to handle RVs and allow you to camp outside in a tent. Amenities include free Wi-Fi, water, electric hookups and much more!
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Bryce Canyon National Park
Despite the name, this national park is technically not a canyon, however it is canyon like with a landscape carved over time by headward erosion giving it an amphitheater like shape. It is equipped to handle RVs, although each site is limited to 10 people. The campgrounds offer no hookups, albeit it has a pay be use dump station.
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Grand Canyon National Park
The Grand Canyon National Park boasts its most famous feature, the Grand Canyon. The Mather Campground and Trailer Village offers places for RV setups. It is limited to RVs 50 feet in length with full hookups. Dump stations are located near the Mather Campground, although it isn’t open during the winter months.
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Rocky Mountain National Park
Like Grand Canyon National Park, Rocky Mountain National park’s most famous attraction is the Rocky Mountains. Along the northern ridge is the headwaters of the Colorado River.
Campsite availability depends on the time of year, so make sure to check with park officials. Each park has its own restrictions for RV length; the length around is 40 feet.
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Shenandoah National Park
Shenandoah National Park spans parts of eight counties. RVs are allowed in three campgrounds, Mathews Arm Big Meadows and Loft Mountain. It can station small to large RVs. Each campground also has pull-through and deep back-in sites that can handle large RVs. Unfortunately, the park does not come with hookups, but it does have portable water and the Lewis grounds have dump stations.
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Theodore Roosevelt National Park
This park is separated by three geographical badlands, covering a total area of 70,446 acres. Unfortunately, hookups aren’t available, but they have water fill stations and a dump station.
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Yellowstone National Park
Campgrounds at Yellowstone accommodates RVs at their Fishing Bridge RV Park. Amenities include: water, sewer and electrical hookups. Tents are not allowed in the park as bears frequent the area. Campfires are also not allowed, including portable fire pits.
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Yosemite National Park
Yosemite boasts over 10 campgrounds accommodating to RVs and trailers. Because campgrounds fill quickly, be sure to make reservations early. RVs must be 40 feet or under and trailer lengths must be 35 feet or smaller. This is one of the most recognizable and best national parks according to our rental agents.
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Zion National Park
Zion National Park features Zion Canyon, a beautiful expanse of Navajo Sandstone and the Virgin River. In Zion’s campgrounds only one RV or Trailer is allowed per site. Campsites also allows six people per site along with three comfort tents. Amenities include: flushing toilets, running water, electrical outlets, fire pits with grills and picnic tables. In addition, pay showers laundry mats, medical clinics and other are included in the nearby Springdale campground.
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Best National Parks To Begin Your Motorhome Vacation
If you think you know which best national parks you want to try first, or, you want to visit them all, or even stay in Tennessee State RV parks contact Nashville RV rental staff to help plan your next adventure.