Spring break is approaching quickly and that means it’s time to take a much-needed vacation from long days at work or school. Instead of hopping on a plane this year, why not fire up your RV and enjoy your spring break destination as well as the journey getting there.
The Outer Banks, North Carolina
In a little over five hours, you can leave Manassas and be parked at your temporary home on the North Carolina coast. The Outer Banks of North Carolina offer a variety of gorgeous camping destinations just inches from ocean, sand dunes and protected maritime forests. Stay at the newly renovated Cape Hatteras KOA and enjoy a community pool, supply shop and restaurant, or go more primitive and camp right on the sand at the Cape Point campground managed by the National Park Service.
Feeling up for a little longer road trip? Head to the white sand beaches of Destin, Fla., and park your RV right on the sand. Your family will love the gorgeous beaches, but you’ll also have tons of golfing, shopping, boating and dining within reach too. Camp Gulf was regarded as a “Must-Stay” RV park by TravelChannel.com, and you’re sure to enjoy the heated pools, hippo slide, hot tub, free WiFi, laundry facilities and so much more.
Myrtle Beach, South Carolina
Myrtle Beach has been a popular spring break destination for travelers of all ages for many years. Enjoy unhindered ocean views from the Ocean Lakes family campground and spend your days on the sand, in the pool or exploring all of the excitement that Myrtle Beach has to offer. From roller coasters and the Ripley’s Believe It Or Not Museum to world-class golf courses, five-star dining and gorgeous evening sunsets — you can’t go wrong with spring break in Myrtle Beach.
Reines RV Center
Here at Reines RV Center — your local Virginia RV dealer — we’ve got everything you need to ensure this spring break in your RV is the best one yet. Let our certified technicians take a look at your motorhome, travel trailer or fifth wheel before you hit the road or stop by six days a week for any of your other RV lifestyle needs.
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