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Best RV Parks in the Southeast

Best RV parks in the Southeast

You’ve put the time and effort into purchasing (or perhaps renting) the perfect RV. Now it’s time to take that baby out on the road. But where should your first stop be?

Researching parks and camping sites is painstaking, so we did it for you. We’ve compiled the absolute coolest (and hottest) places to park your RV to have a great experience with family or friends. Check out our list of the best RV parks in the southeast to find your next oasis.

Anchor Down RV Resort

First on our list is this gem located on Douglas Lake in Tennessee. With its beautiful view of the Great Smoky Mountains, there’s no wonder this RV resort is so highly rated among competitors. Anchor Down boasts impressive amenities like a basketball court, jet ski/boat rentals, lake swimming, a pool with a water slide, and firewood delivery (among many others).

Facebook Reviews: 4.8/5
Google Review: 4.6/5
Trip Advisor: 4.5/5

Nightly rates range from $59-69 for regular sites, click here for more information and current pricing.

Henderson Beach State Park

The views from the Emerald Coast in South Florida will leave you… never wanting to leave. Beach access to powder white sand is located conveniently in multiple areas, giving you less time to worry about getting on the beach and more time to spend enjoying the park’s many amenities, like pet-friendly trails, wildlife observation, and mountain biking trails. And, of course, it’s Florida, so water options are aplenty.

Google Reviews: 4.8/5
Campground Reviews: 8.8/10
Trip Advisor: 4.5/5

Nightly rates are $30 a night with additional reservation fees.

Huntington Beach State Park

This absolute winner of a park is located on the Atlantic coast in South Carolina. The area is well known for their wildlife, as birding is one of the most popular activities in this state park. They’re also famous for their sea turtles, and alligators if you want to go wildlife watching. Huntington Beach is also the perfect launching point for golf, paddling, and geocaching.

Google Reviews: 4.8/5
Park Advisor: 4.7/5

RV sites range from $21-$62 a night, depending on your choice!

Cloudland Canyon

This site, which has us singing "Go park it on the mountain" is located on the west side of Lookout Mountain in Georgia, very close to the Tennessee border. With a view of the mountains, and activities like hiking, pond fishing year round, geocaching, and fire rings, this site is the perfect for those wanting an outdoorsy adventure, without all the frills while still being in a safe and beautiful location.

Google Reviews: 4.8/5
Trip Advisor: 4.5/5

The reservations for this area are hard to get at the moment, but this area is well worth the trip.

Bella Terra RV Resort

Foley, Alabama sports this luxury RV resort for those with a taste of the finer things in life. Amenities include a massive infinity pool, jacuzzi and dry sauna, private movie theatres, fitness center, spa, gym, and fenced in dog parks. Bella Terra is located near the coast, with sugar fine sand of the Gulf only minutes away, and it is also one of the top 5 RV resorts in the United States!

Google Reviews: 4.7/5
Facebook Reviews: 4.8/5
Trip Advisor: 4.5/5

Price depends on lot type and nights staying, but check here for a more detailed explanation.

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