Summer vacation is just around the corner, which means it is time for you to plan your RV trip! Whether you are heading out on the open road with your family or friends, we have a few spots that will be perfect for any summer trek.
So, if you are ready to start planning your excursion with Camp USA, take a look at our top Southern destinations below!
If you are planning a family trip this summer, look no further than the most magical place on earth…Disney World in Orlando. There you can enjoy the abundance of parks including Magic Kingdom, Epcot and Animal Kingdom.
Keep in mind that summertime travel in Florida can be incredibly hot, so stay hydrated while in the parks and be sure to cool down at Disney’s own Blizzard Beach! This particular waterpark is home to a few family friendly areas like Tike’s Peak and of course the Summit Plummet for those 48in or taller.
RV Campground Suggestions in Orlando: Fort Wilderness (http://bit.ly/193e5m4)
St. Simons Island, Georgia
Looking to enjoy the ocean breeze during your RV trip? We recommend heading over to St. Simons Island, Georgia for a little R&R. This particular RV travel spot has plenty of activities for all ages and preferences. Whether you enjoy kayaking, fishing in the great outdoors or playing a few rounds of golf, St. Simons Island has you covered.
During your stop in Georgia, don’t forget to spend some time on the historic Jekyll Island. Known for its’ beautiful beaches, spas and Summer Waves Water Park, this island will be a favorite among the adults and little ones in your vacation group.
RV Campground Suggestions for St. Simons Island: Jekyll Island Campground (http://bit.ly/2mItt10)
Smoky Mountains, Tennessee
Though you may typically travel over to Nashville during your Tennessee trips, we are taking you to a beautiful location known as the Smoky Mountains. This incredible RV travel spot is perfect for families and solo travelers due to its’ abundance of outdoor activities, including some of the best hiking in the country. If you are concerned about the difficulty of the ranges, don’t worry, there are paths for all skill levels.
One “hot spot” that we recommend taking a look out during your RV trip to the Smoky’s, is the famous Cades Cove. Known for its’ abundance of wildlife and natural waterfalls, Cades Cove is a truly majestic place to visit. If hiking isn’t the only item on your itinerary checklist be sure to enjoy a family horse ride, biking excursion or some relaxing backcountry fishing.
RV Campground Suggestion in the Smoky Mountains : Cades Cove Campground (http://bit.ly/2maX3zP)
Now that you have a few summer travel ideas, are you ready to start planning? Get in touch with the Camp USA Team, so we can help you pick out the perfect RV rental for your vacation!