The Best Resorts For RV Travel in March

The lure of the open road and the comforts of home come together when you’re traveling in a recreational vehicle. You’ve already considered the best places to RV in March.

A key factor in planning an RV road trip is selecting RV parks and resorts. Before you hit the open road, there are a few things you should understand about RV parks.

Buckhorn Lake RV Resort, Kerrville, Texas © Rex Vogel, all rights reserved

Buckhorn Lake RV Resort, Kerrville, Texas © Rex Vogel, all rights reserved

When it comes time to park and unwind you want an RV park that will make you feel at home. As any experienced RVer can attest, not all RV parks are created equal—the quality varies from budget to high end.

During the past several years we’ve had the pleasure of staying at numerous 5-star RV resorts. Following are some of the more memorable resorts for RV travel in March. Travelers exploring the country in an RV will want to put on the brakes and stay for a while at these RV parks and resorts around the United States.

Poche’s RV Park: Breaux Bridge, Louisiana © Rex Vogel, all rights reserved

Poche’s RV Park: Breaux Bridge, Louisiana © Rex Vogel, all rights reserved

These top rated RV parks provide the most discerning RVer with best-possible guest experience.

And be sure to catch up on all our recommendations for the best resorts for RV travel in January and February.

Buckhorn Lake RV Resort, Kerrville, Texas

This upscale resort makes for a perfect home base to explore the Texas Hill Country. All sites are paved, have a paved patio and offer satellite TV, Wi-Fi, and instant-on phone. Relax around the two heated swimming pools/spas. Tennis courts. Adult fitness center overlooking the creek.

While staying in the park, make it a point to see the “Club” section, a unique approach to the RV lifestyle. You’ll definitely want to make this resort a repeat stop on your RVing agenda. On I-10, Exit 501 (Highway 1338), turn left and scoot down a few hundred yards to the park on the left.

Variety of RVs camping at Wine Ridge RV Resort, Pahrump, Nevada. © Rex Vogel, all rights reserved

Variety of RVs camping at Wine Ridge RV Resort, Pahrump, Nevada. © Rex Vogel, all rights reserved

Poche’s RV Park: Breaux Bridge, Louisiana

The appeal is in all the name, fish, and camp in the heart of Louisiana.

Poche’s RV Park has highly rated facilities, 88 pull-through sites equipped with 30/50-amp electric service, sewer, and water. The park also features a clubhouse, showers, laundry, dog walk, playground and more.

You’re guaranteed the reel the big one at Poche’s, the park boasts fifty acres of well-maintained ponds stocked with largemouth bass, bream, and catfish. No license is required and you can keep the fish you catch for a delicious fish fry.

Poche’s Market is located 2.8 miles south of the RV park.

Butterfield RV Resort and Observatory, Benson, Arizona © Rex Vogel, all rights reserved

Butterfield RV Resort and Observatory, Benson, Arizona © Rex Vogel, all rights reserved

Wine Ridge RV Resort & Cottages, Pahrump, Nevada

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.

Butterfield RV Resort and Observatory, Benson, Arizona

A 5-star park, Butterfield RV Resort and Observatory is a 55+ park with pull-through and back-in sites. Our back-in site (#120) is 55 feet in length and over 30 feet in width. 50/30-amp electric service, water, sewer, and cable TV are located near the rear of the site. Wi-Fi is slow at our site due to heavy usage with the park being full and distance from a tower. The park is clean and well maintained. Interior roads are asphalt; back-in sites are gravel with pull-through sites asphalt. The park is easy-on easy-off (I-10 at Exit 304, south one-half mile on Ocotillo Avenue) and is conveniently located immediately behind Safeway and in close proximity to downtown. The highest rated park in Benson we’re pleased with Butterfield and would return.

Meaher State Park, Spanish Fort, Alabama © Rex Vogel, all rights reserved

Meaher State Park, Spanish Fort, Alabama © Rex Vogel, all rights reserved

Meaher State Park, Spanish Fort, Alabama

Located in the wetlands of Mobile Bay near Spanish Fort, Meaher State Park is a scenic 1,327-acre park offering facilities for both camping and day-use.  

A 300-foot fishing pier with a 200-foot “T” and boat ramp make the park an excellent location for fishing with Mobile Bay providing a productive estuary offering numerous species of fresh and saltwater fish. The boat ramp is located on the Blakeley River on the east end of the park.

Big-rig friendly Meaher State Park offers 56 modern campsites with 50/30/20-amp electric service, water, and sewer connections. Semi-circle pull-through sites exceed 100 feet in length. Most back-in sites are in the 60-65 foot range. The campground also features a bathhouse with laundry facilities and Wi-Fi. A tower is located on top of the bathhouse. There are also 10 improved tent sites with water and 20-amp electric service.

Worth Pondering…

Enjoy your journey—RV living is the freedom lifestyle.

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