10 RV Resorts You Should Know About – Part 2
October 7th, 2017
Hello, and welcome back to our blog! Last time we talked about five RV resorts you should know about. This time we'll talk about five more resorts that you should be visiting with your family!
There's a lot of things you need to consider before you choose your next RV resort. Among the most important things are: what kind of scenery you enjoy, what activities you'd like to do while you're there, and what amenities you will need. It can be a long process trying to narrow down which destination is best for you, so we're going to talk about five more resorts that you should know about to help you decide.
6. BlueWater Key RV Resort – Florida
Located 14 miles north of Key West, BlueWater Key is preferred among RVers who love swimming, fishing and relaxing in the Florida Keys. Their sites are large and average 35 feet wide and 80 feet longer or bigger. Each one has water, sewer, electric, wifi, and you'll have a choice of bay-front lot, canal lot, or tropical lot. Other amenities include a dog park, storage facility, and trash pick-up.
7. The Shady Dell – Arizona
The Shady Dell is probably the most unique RV resort on this list in that the place is decked out with vintage trailers and buses for you to stay in. That's right, you don't even need an RV to come to this RV resort. Trailers like the 1959 Boles Aero, 1957 El Rey, and 1957 Airfloat are all fully designed with appropriate vintage decor and appliances to give you give you the retro vibe. This is a great resort for a change of pace from traditional RV resorts, but be aware that this is an adults-only getaway.
8. Hilton Head Island Motorcoach Resort – South Carolina
Conveniently located just a block away from the Island Crossings Shopping Center on Hilton Head Island, Hilton Head Island Motorcoach Resort is great for those who love enjoying the beach. You'll also be close to several bustling cities with Savannah, Georgia just an hour away and Charleston, South Carolina just two hours away. This historic city is a must-visit if you like great food, scenery, and old architecture! Amenities at this resort include a temperature controlled pool, spa, lounge, exercise room, tennis courts, and much more.
9. Bella Terra of Gulf Shores – Alabama
Located just a few miles away from the Gulf of Mexico, Bella Terra has a fenced-in dog park, jacuzzi, sauna, private movie theater, and expansive lake views from each lot. Bella Terra is one of the Top 5 Class A RV resorts in the United States, so If you want a great luxury location for RVing, this would be great for you!
10. Durango RV Resort – California
This California RV resort is located on the Sacramento River and has 174 sites, all with electricity high-speed wifi, and cable. Amenities at this resort include a pool, hot tub, lodge room, any-size pull-through spots for big RVs, and other on-site activities.
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