If you own an RV then there’s a good chance that you’re a fan of the outdoors. If you’re anything like me, you love staring up at the stars on a moonlit night, so why not bring your significant other along with you?
Camping with your lady-friend (or wife) can be one of the most romantic activities you can do, but there’s nothing romantic about picking a bad campsite, so let me show you the ultimate list of my favorite camping sites for RV’s that are sure to impress your wife or girlfriend.
Durango RV Resort – Red Bluff, California
Taking the number one spot, is Durango RV Resort in Red Bluff, California. It’s my personal favorite for a number of reasons. First, it’s about as classy as an RV campsite can get – and it’s in Red Bluff!
If you’ve never been to Red Bluff before, you seriously need to check it out. There’s incredible fishing, easily visible night skies, warm weather, and more on-site activities than you could possibly imagine.
Be warned though – this is not much of a “camping” experience. It’s kind of like staying at a swanky hotel in the middle of nowhere, except you’re allowed to stay in your own tiny mobile home. What I’m trying to say is that it’s a not really an RV campsite as much as it is a Fifth Wheel campsite – if you know what I mean.
Rivers Edge RV Park – Fairbanks, Alaska
COming in at number two is a place that is nowhere near California; Rivers Edge RV Park in Fairbanks, Alaska. I know It’s a little “off the map,” but the park itself is possibly one of the best I’ve ever been to.
You can spend some of your time traveling through a few of the lengthy bike trails they have set up all around the resort, and if you get hungry you can head on down to the canteen where they’ll serve you three meals a day!
Just a fair warning again – it’s cold and sunny 24 hours a day. Most people who RV won’t have a problem with some mildly annoying weather conditions, but if you’re one of those people who can’t stand the cold – then this one might not be for you.
The Shady Dell RV Park – Bisbee, Arizona
The Shady Dell RV Park in Bisbee, Arizona has earned itself the final spot on our list. There are a lot of features in this park that make it one of the most unique RV parks I’ve ever had the pleasure of visiting.
For starters, the owners will cook you homemade breakfast and lunch every single day you’re there. It’s also nice that you get to settle into one of their own antique trailers if you request one.
Overall, I’d say that the Shady Dell RV Park is the coziest and most wholesome parks on the map. It perfectly combines the comfort of a bed and breakfast with the outdoorsy feel of an RV park. Don’t get confused though – just because it’s cozy does not mean that it’s not a thousand degrees at any given moment – so be careful out there.