For year-round scenic RVing with glorious mountain views, nearby quaint communities and top-notch parks to call home, the Smoky Mountains can’t be beat. From the quiet beauty of winter to the colorful rhododendrons of spring to summer’s glens of wildflowers to the riot of fall colors blanketing the mountains, there’s a season and place that calls you home to the Smokey Mountains.
Choose close to town convenience around Gatlinburg, TN, Cherokee or Franklin, NC, head for the hills deep inside the Smoky Mountain National Park for some boondocking, or choose an RV park that offers some of the comforts of home along with breathtaking Smoky Mountain Views. Touching Georgia to the south and straddling North Carolina and Tennessee, the Smoky mountains are just a day’s drive from major metropolitan areas.
From seacoast to mountaintops, touching history, or something-for-everyone getaways, Virginia has an RV campground that’s right for you. Naturally perfect Virginia offers hundreds of campgrounds to explore nature and history, or just relax and recharge. Here are some of the best campgrounds in Virginia. Continue reading
Located in south-central Virginia, just across the North Carolina border, is Staunton River State Park, a historic treasure for everyone — from tent campers to big-rig RVers and even equine fans traveling with fifth wheels and horse trailers. Continue reading
While it’s great to explore the country in your RV, certain times of year are better suited for camping in the south. If you want to avoid the cold weather, but still experience great Fall camping, check out our featured destination, Prince William Forest RV Campground in Northern Virginia. Continue reading
Experience all that Virginia has to offer this summer with a family camping trip to North Bend Park. Located on the John H. Kerr Reservoir, this beautiful campground offers RV hook ups, activities, and tons of amenities.