Luxury RV Destinations

Camping is great and all, but sometimes you just need to take a break from the every day and take a vacay. When you’ve got an RV, doors of opportunity open for a vacation, unlike anything you’ve ever experienced. We’re talking luxury RV resorts! For the skeptics in the crowd, all RV parks are not created the same, and these luxury resorts will remind you more of a classy getaway than a hotspot on the road.


Bella Terra Gulf Shores

This resort is consistently ranked near the top of the list of most luxurious resorts in the country. Located in Alabama,these folks in the Heart of Dixie have great weather year-round and don’t mind sharing the sunshine. It’s the perfect blend of nature and the time of your life with a top rated sport fishing hole, renowned golf courses, jacuzzis, theater rooms and more. Feel your worries melt away when you visit Bella Terra.


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If you’re looking for a place to go and want your friends to come along too, there’s no better place for you than Petoskey RV Resort. Nestled away in Michigan, Petoskey features large card rooms, a home theater, tennis court and dog walking paths, to name a few. With breathtaking views and beautiful ample opportunity to get to know your surroundings, you won’t be disappointed when you visit this luxury resort. Nearby Village Bay Harbor features all kinds of boutique shops to help you forget your worries and fears with some retail therapy.


Fountain of Youth

The Fountain of Youth has an interesting back story and an even better forward thinking approach to luxury RVing. Spa meets RV campground here and the results are nothing short of ahhh-mazing. Yoga studios and spa treatments are just two of the amenities they offer, like massage and a hair/nail salon. If you’re looking for something low-key when you’re not relaxing your cares away, check into one of the billiard rooms, or take a dip in one of their saltwater swimming pools or hot tubs. C’mon, you know you deserve this!


Boyd’s Key West Campground

Just a little ways from the Keys you’ll find Boyd’s. With beachfront camp spots, Boyd’s is far enough away from the bustle of the Keys to be a relaxing getaway, but close enough that you can hop on the city bus for a few minutes’ ride into the city. This location is perfect for campers looking to soak up a tan, enjoy the ocean or go snorkeling and fishing.


Desert Shores Resort

Two and a half hours away from Disneyland, in Indio, California, lies Desert Shores Resort. The staff runs organized activities for their guests, including a knitting/sewing worktime, community potlucks, water aerobics classes and others. If you’re the kind of camper that likes their freedom, but also misses some of the rigidity of their days, this is a good halfway point between the two. With more than 1,200 square feet of space in your lot, these generous spaces will give you the breathing room you need when you’re looking to escape for some downtime.


Mountain Falls Resort

North Carolina doesn’t take seconds with their Mountain Falls Resort. Everything you could possibly want during your stay is right there, including beautiful swimming pools and challenging golf courses. See a cascading waterfall, enjoy horseback riding or sneak in a whitewater rafting adventure if you get cabin fever on your relaxing time away.


Fines RV Resort

Need a little wine to help you unwind? Don’t miss Vines RV Resort in Paso Robles, California. At the center of California, this town can’t possibly not have good wine! But don’t let us be the judge. Visit and see for yourself on a wine tasting tour. Not a wine drinker? The resort also offers beer sampling. When you’ve had your fill, wander down the golf course and practice your swing, visit the pool or take Fido on one of our dog trails.


No matter where life takes you, you can always find a place to try new things and relax away from life’s constancy. When you’re on the road next time, make time to visit one of these luxurious results. We promise you won’t be unhappy that you pursued the Good Life.

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