Fall is the season of leaving, and it’s just months away. Before you plan your autumn excursion, consider one of these four fall favorites from the Atlantic shore to the Austin skyline.
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Cape Cod RV Resort
There’s no sailing around the fact that there’s nowhere exactly like the island of Martha’s Vineyard. For ritzy RVers who prefer swanky locales, this is a good thing. It’s also the reason
President Barack Obama 2008 (Blue Heron Farm) and President Barack Obama 2012 (Chilmark House) both lived here. You can live here too (at least for a little while), and we recommend doing it at the Cape Cod RV Resort.
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Pigeon Forge Landing RV Resort
Here’s what you want out of a brand-new RV park in the foothills of the Smoky Mountains: unobstructed views of world-class mountains, waterfront parking spots, premium, and big rig-friendly hookup spots, and a ton of high-class amenities. You get all of that at Pigeon Forge Landing RV Resort, nestled in the foothills of the Great Smokies. Plus, it still has that new campground smell!
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Periwinkle Park and Campground
About 20 years ago, Sanibel residents practically led an armed uprising over the first McDonald’s opening on the island. This kind of active community involvement has led to its reputation as one of the best zip codes in Florida for appreciating nature. Periwinkle gives you access to nature at its wildest, the perfect launching point for remote, beachy adventures.
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Pecan Grove RV Park
Austin, Texas keeps it weird. In fact, walking down any of the main streets, you’re still likely to see the slogan littered around town. Pecan Grove fits the Austin aesthetic perfectly. But the reason to visit isn’t the park. Rather, it’s that it’s nestled in, comfy and cozy, right next to the Colorado River. Which, in turn, happens to be right next to one of the funniest downtowns in the world that isn’t Nashville.