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If you’re ready to start planning your summer RV camping trips, but need ideas on places to go, you should consider our National Park Service parks. Our National Parks include some of the most scenic RV camping locations available on public land. Millions of visitors come to the U.S. each year to experience the beauty that our National Parks have to offer though, so just be sure to make your RV camping reservations in advance.

National Parks With RV Camping

  1. Yosemite National Park (CA). Yosemite National Park is famed for its ancient sequoia trees, waterfalls, and granite cliffs. The park itself spans nearly 1,200 square miles of mountainous terrain in the Sierra Nevada of California. If you’ve never paid a visit to Yosemite, make plans to do it this summer. Seven of Yosemite’s 13 campgrounds are on a reservation system and can accommodate RVs of varying lengths.
  1. Yellowstone National Park (WY). Considered the world’s first national park, Yellowstone has a total of 12 campgrounds that include over 2,000 campsites. Explore mountains, stroll through the trees, and watch the Old Faithful geyser erupt right before your eyes.
  1. Zion National Park (UT). Hiking, biking, and backpacking are popular with visitors who marvel at the red sandstone cliffs of Utah’s Zion National Park. Reservations are recommended from mid-March through November if you want to be assured that you will have an RV camping spot.
  1. Rocky Mountain National Park (CO). Rocky Mountain National Park features some of the highest mountains in the continental United States, and a diverse range of outdoor activities to choose from — such as fishing, horseback riding, wildlife viewing, and hiking. There are five campgrounds within Rocky Mountain National Park that are open during the summer months; however, all five have limits on RV length. Plan your trip in advance, and be sure to check RV length limits at each of the campgrounds.
  1. Grand Canyon National Park (AZ). Take a river rafting trip, admire herds of bighorn ram, or take in majestic views of the canyon on a rim trail hike. Grand Canyon National Park has one RV campground that offers full hook-ups. That campground is located in Grand Canyon Village on the South Rim. Trailer Village is a concessioner operated RV park with full hook-ups.
  1. Denali National Park (AK). Experience Alaska by paying a visit to Denali National Park — just make sure you come prepared for the weather and wildlife. Within Denali National Park and Preserve there are six campgrounds of varying distance from the entrance to the park. You can camp for a total of 14 days per year in Denali’s campgrounds, and there are a limited number of sites that may accommodate RVs up to 40-feet in length.
  1. Shenandoah National Park (VA). The 200,000 acres of protected lands within Shenandoah National Park are home to white-tailed deer, black bears, bobcats, and over 35 fish species. While Shenandoah National Park doesn’t have a campground specifically for RVs, it does have three campgrounds that will accommodate large RVs.

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