As much as I love spring break, it can often be a little expensive for a smaller family vacation. However, RV travel can often be a more affordable alternative to costly airline tickets. And my favorite part is that you don’t have to cram into tiny airplane seats! But now you’re left with the hardest decision — where are the best spring break RV destinations?
If you’re new to RV travel, here is the ultimate RV travel guide to get you started.
Located on the Gulf of Mexico, Panama City Beach is the perfect place to get your spring break beach fix. Emerald Coast RV Beach Resort is only a mile away from gorgeous beaches and attractions.
Crystal Coves has over 50 campsites. There are water and electric hook-ups as well as restrooms with hot showers. And that’s just the beginning. Crystal Cove State Park overlooks a beautiful sandy beach with tide pools and an underwater park. If you want a little activity, there are also nearby hiking and biking trails.8 Stunning Spring Break RV Destinations For The Whole Family Click To Tweet
Polson Motorcoach & RV Resort offers incredible waterfront camping that you’ll have to see to believe. Get ready to be stunned by the gorgeous views of Flathead Lake and the Mission Mountains. For even more attractions, take the short drive to Glacier National Park.
If you aren’t ready for winter to end just yet, why not spend your spring break on an epic winter adventure? This RV resort is connected to the New Hampshire statewide snowmobile trail and is close to the King Pine Ski Area.
Grand Canyon National Park is a family trip everyone needs to take at least once. Trailer Village RV Park is located in the South Rim and offers full hookups. Going during spring when it’s not the peak season will also bring fewer crowds.
Experiencing Yosemite National Park during early spring should be on everyone’s list. Can you guess why? As the snow melts, it only adds to the many waterfalls in Yosemite making them absolutely breathtaking. It also fills up the ponds and streams. If you wait until summer, you’ll find that these waterfalls slow almost to a trickle, so make sure to experience it in the spring.
If you are looking for a beautiful spring break destination, DC is the place to go. The National Cherry Blossom Festival is a perfect activity for all ages. You can even turn it into an educational trip! The Festival is in commemoration of the 3,000 cherry trees Tokyo gifted Washington in 1912. The Festival offers Japanese tea ceremonies, workshops, and outdoor events. The closest RV park is Cherry Hill Park which offers transportation into the city.
If you have a baseball fan in your family, Spring Training is the perfect spring break destination. Spending time up close with your favorite players will not disappoint. If there are other family members who don’t enjoy baseball, there are also golf courses and lakes nearby.
All of these spring break RV destinations are sure to deliver, so pick one and get started planning your epic spring break trip!