A key factor in planning an RV road trip is selecting RV parks and resorts.
If you’re looking for a five-star RV resort with all the amenities including 50-amp electric, water, sewer, cable TV, and Wi-Fi, there are several things to consider before making your decision.
An earlier post on Vogel Talks RVing detailed the nine characteristics of a five-star RV resort: quality customer service, adequate space between sites, pull-through sites that are spacious and well maintained, utilities are centrally located and up to date, quality Internet at all sites, convenient way to dispose of trash, clean and well-maintained laundry facilities, picnic tables, and pet area.
During the past several years we’ve had the pleasure of staying at numerous 5-star RV resorts. In an earlier post we detail five such parks. In today’s post we offer five more memorable RV resorts.
iIRVin’s RV Park & Campground, Valemount, British Columbia
Big-rig friendly with pull-through sites in the 70-foot range, iIRVin’s RV Park & Campground is a 5-star park with full-service sites including water, sewer, and electric power (choice of 30 or 50 amps). The park is nestled in the Robson Valley with a 360-degree mountain view, a quiet place where deer wander by occasionally. Wi-Fi worked well from our site (#27). No problem locating satellite. Conveniently located one mile north of Valemount on Highway 5 en route to Alaska and an hour from Mount Robson and Jasper National Park.
Bentsen Palm Village RV Resort sits adjacent to, and within walking/biking distance of Bentsen Rio-Grande Valley State Park and World Birding Center Headquarters. The RV resort offers paved streets, sites, and patios with numerous sites in the 75-80 foot range. Other features include Wi-Fi, cable TV, fitness center, woodworking area, heated pool and spa, dog agility course, free bicycle and kayak rentals.
Wine Ridge RV Resort and Cottages is a pleasant 5-star RV resort. The RV resort offers back-in sites facing east and snow-peaked Mt. Charleston. All interior roads are paved. The sites are mostly level and gravel and will accommodate big rigs. The only negative is that all utilities (30/50 amp electric, water, and sewer) are at the rear of the site. Our water hose and electric cord reached; however, I needed to attach two sewer hoses together in order to reach the sewer drain.
Two Rivers Landing RV Resort, Sevierville, Tennessee
Two Rivers Landing RV Resort is a luxury RV Resort nestled along the banks of the beautiful French Broad River. A 5-star resort with 25 river front (drive-in sites) and 30 river view (back-in sites), Two Rivers Landing offers 30/50-amp electric service, water, sewer, and cable TV (65 channels) conveniently located centrally. Interior roads are paved; individual sites are concrete, 70 feet in length and 22 feet wide. All sites surrounded by beautiful landscaping. Our drive-in site faced the river. Wi-Fi worked well. A beautiful sunset looking out our front window. This is resort living at its best.
Approximately 6 miles north of I-85 (Exit 6), Capital City RV Park is a 5-star park located on the northeastern edge of Montgomery. Our pull-through site was in the 65-75 foot range. 50/30-amp electric service, water, sewer, and cable TV (48 channels) are centrally located. Interior roads and individual sites are gravel. Wi-Fi worked well from our site; no problem locating satellite. This is a well designed and maintained RV park with very reasonable rates.
Vogel Talks RVing selected this list of 5 Star RV resorts from parks personally visited.
Please Note: This is part of an on-going series on 5 Star RV Resorts
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