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 June.
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.
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 June. 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.
These top rated RV parks provide the most discerning RVer with best-possible guest experience.
Centrally located adjacent to Wahweap Marina on Lake Powell, Wahweap RV Park & Campground offers 139 full hook-up sites with 30/50 amp electric service and free Wi-Fi. With a stunning view of Wahweap Bay, sites accommodate RVs up to 45 feet in length. All campsites have charcoal grills and picnic tables. Only a short distance to boat launch ramps, swim beaches, boat tours, and small boat rentals.
Our home base while exploring Glen Canyon National Recreation Area, we would return to this 5-star RV park in a heart-beat. With 1.2 million acres of golden cliffs, lush hanging gardens, impossibly narrow slot canyons, and the brilliant blue of Lake Powell to visit, you may find yourself coming back again and again.
This is a beautiful 5-star RV park with water, sewer, and 30/50-amp electric service centrally located. The majority of pull-through sites are back-to-back and side-to side. There is no cable TV; however, we’re able to obtain a satellite signal between trees and pick up numerous local stations on the antenna.
Our site (R-1) backs onto the Sacramento River. Interior roads are paved and in good condition with concrete pads.
Unfortunately due to the distance between our site and towers, Wi-Fi is very poor at our site, fading in and out even when I move my laptop to the front of the coach.
Big-rig friendly, Columbia Sun RV Resort is a new 5-star resort that opened in 2013. Spacious sites, manicured grass on both sides, wide paved streets, and a perfect 10/10*/10 Good Sam rating.
Easy-on and easy-off (I-82; Exit 109), level pull-through sites 40 feet wide and up to 100 feet long with water, sewer, 50/30/20-amp electric service, and TV cable (49 channels) all centrally located. Wi-Fi worked well from our site (#133).
Columbia River RV Park, Portland, Oregon
Big rig friendly our pull-through site is in the 60-65 foot range. Utilities including 50/30/20-amp electric service, water, sewer, and cable TV (48 channels) are located near the rear of the site. No problem locating satellite TV. Wi-Fi signal is too weak to connect from our site or most anywhere in the park. The system is old and ownership is unwilling to update. Parking for toad/tow vehicle is available at front of site. Interior roads are paved; sites are concrete. In the flight path of Portland International Airport.
Peace Arch RV Park, Surrey, British Columbia
Big-rig friendly, Peace Arch RV Park is located off Highway 99 about 10 kilometres (6 miles) north of the Canada/U.S. border. 27 acres of lush green property, the park is located in South Surrey, just minutes away from the ocean and the ferries to Vancouver Island. Highway 99 provides easy access to Vancouver. Full service sites (30-amp electric service) area are available in the 60 foot range. In addition some sites with 50-amp electric service are available on tarmac near the park entrance.
Wherever we go, we’re always at home