10 of our favorite RV resort campgrounds
If you think RV-ing means roughing it…think again. You can get back to nature while also enjoying luxurious amenities like fine dining, spas, gorgeous pools, and concierge service. They do cost a little more than your average RV campground, but sometimes, splurging is worth it for some extra pampering.
Here are 10 of our favorite luxury RV resort campgrounds
The Florida Keys is a watersports paradise. This resort is only a few miles from Key West, the southernmost point in the United States. The Keys offers swimming, boating, fishing, diving, kayaking, and whatever else your water-loving heart desires.
As if Mother Nature wasn’t enough to satisfy you, Bluewater Key adds luxury items such as tiki huts and a private dock, along with full hookups, HD cable and premium Wi-Fi. Campsites are privately owned, but are available for rent when not in use. Also note that this is a campground for Class A vehicles only.
For a one-of-a-kind luxury experience, head to Bella Terra, which has consistently been rated among the best luxury RV resorts in the country. Amenities include an infinity pool, Jacuzzi and sauna, a fully-stocked lake for fishing, private movie theater, fitness center, putting green, and private bath houses with shower suites.
If you can force yourself to leave the grounds, you’ll find the white-sand beaches of Alabama’s gulf coast, a Champion-level golf course, fishing, and shopping.
This is a Class A campground for rigs at least 32 feet long.
If you’re longing for a mountain retreat with all the luxuries, point your RV toward this resort in the Lake Toxaway area of the Blue Ridge Mountains.
The first luxury is supplied by Mother Nature, offering absolutely amazing views of mountains, lakes, streams, and parklands. Manmade amenities include a hot spa and pool, a private clubhouse, game room, pickleball courts, tennis courts, golfing, and a state-of-the-art fitness center.
This is a Class A resort for rigs of at least 26 feet.
Richard Cottrell, who is considered one of the best outdoor hospitality designers in the country, created the look and feel of this resort, which is only two miles from Six Flags.
Sprawling over 48 acres, Crystal Springs has 4,500 feet of fishing waterfront, housekeeping, and hotel-style concierge service. You’ll also find golf courses, with Atlantic City a short drive away.
You’ll find the perfect New England experience at this beautiful campground nestled between Boston and Cape Cod. Onsite you’ll find a business center, creative arts center, a disc golf course, and more. There is even a wellness center and private yoga classes.
If you want the true New England experience, book your stay for the early fall and the changing of the leaves.
Moving to the Midwest, this beautiful tucked-away resort is nestled in a small coastal community in northern Michigan. Luxury amenities include a clubhouse theater, cooking classes with local chefs, hearth fireplaces, a resort-style pool and beautifully landscaped grounds. A wooded nature preserve also offers endless opportunities for hiking and biking.
This is another Class A exclusive resort.
This award-winning resort, located about an hour from Dallas, manages to combine all the luxuries with back-to-basics simplicity and old-fashioned country hospitality.
There are over 200 acres to explore, which include stocked fishing ponds and designer pools. Premium RV sites include grills, tables and chairs, and complimentary concierge service.
This lavish resort is located between the excitement of Las Vegas and the natural beauty of southern Utah. Whether you seek adventures of the casino variety (there is a quaint local casino and Las Vegas is a day-trip away) or something more relaxed, Solstice has you covered.
Enjoy unparalleled views of the surrounding mountains as well as other resort amenities, including a three-tier pond, walking trails, a fully-loaded clubhouse with a fitness center, and a bocce court.
Any southwest adventure should include a stay at Zion River, which offers some of the most spectacular scenery this country has to offer. Start with Zion National Park, which is minutes away, then venture off to Bryce Canyon National Park, the North Rim of the Grand Canyon, and Cedar Breaks National Monument.
You’ll need to relax after all that exploring, so enjoy fire rings, free Wi-Fi, and cable television back at camp.
Newport Dunes is one of the premier RV parks in Southern California. You can enjoy miles of private beachfront property, a waterpark, swimming in the lagoon, boat rentals, kayaking, or watching movies on the beach.
There is also an onsite bistro, pool, and spa. A full calendar of events means there is always something to do. Most types of RVs are welcome.
RV-ing doesn’t mean skimping on the finer things in life. These 10 luxury RV campgrounds satisfy on all levels and provide all the pampering you require.