Speaking of RV campgrounds, if you are paying more than an RV park for a nightly stay, what you’re really paying for is the beauty that surrounds you. That is what you should consider when you’re looking for amenities when staying at RV campgrounds.
Pricing can vary from inexpensive at around $15 per night all the way to $40 or $50 night, depending on the amenities offered or lack thereof.
RV campgrounds are more like what you would get if you’re staying in a State or National Park. Because RV campgrounds are normally located in nature surrounded areas, such as forests, or water, you’ll often have more privacy here than you would in a typical RV park.
The sites are generally a bit larger, but the maneuverability for big rigs might be more difficult due to dirt roads, narrow roads, and all the trees. Most will have shower facilities and restrooms and RV hookups, oftentimes though, those hookups do not include sewer directly at your site.
But what you may not get in RV amenities, you’ll get back in natural ones. Many RV campgrounds have hiking and biking trails right outside your door.
If you’re near water, the waves can whisper you to sleep. And, some RV campgrounds will even have campstores and rental places on site giving you that much desired chance to finally learn how to paddleboard. But don’t count on great cell service. You are, after all, tucked away in a forest of trees.