RV Parks Perfect for Families
Jellystone Park Larkspur You will find this Yogi Bear-themed campground midway between Denver and Colorado Springs. Not only do they have a traditional campground, the Park also has cottages with en suite bathrooms, yurts, tepees, and safari tents. We, at City RV Rentals recommend Pike National Forest that is nearby, but if you’re looking for something to do without going far, the Park offers goat walks, fossil digging, archery classes, and geocaching.
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Herkimer Diamond KOA At Herkimer Diamond KOA in upstate New York, kids that are crazy for science will go mad for the Sky Catcher, an astronomy-themed cabin with its own observatory and high-powered telescope. Families can prospect for diamonds at Herkimer Diamond Mines or visit the National Baseball Hall of Fame an hour away in Cooperstown.
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Bend-Sunriver RV Campground Located in Bend, Oregon, the Bend-Sunriver Campground has an activities coordinator that ensures parents and kids will have fun all day long. Start the day with sand-castle building competitions, after lunch hunt for clues in scavenger hunts, and end the evening canoeing or fishing near Oregon’s Mount Bachelor.
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Cherry Hill Park Cherry Hill Park is the closest campground to the Washington D.C. area, therefore making it the perfect location to stay while camping. Transportation into D.C. is provided from the campground several times a day, and when you’re exhausted from perusing the sites you can find relaxation in one of two swimming pools, hot tub, sauna, and other amenities. The RV sites have water, sewer, and electric hookups. The Park also has clean restrooms with showers, a carpeted laundry room, propane refills, and firewood.
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Rogue River RV Park Located in Shady Cove, Oregon next to the Rogue River is the Rogue River RV Park. The park offers a boat launch, full hookups at all sites, pull through sites, a laundromat, and an event center. City RV Campers can spend their day on the river canoeing or kayaking, or find adventure hiking through the mountains, or drive to nearby Gold Beach to experience the ocean and coastal town vibe.
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Petoskey KOA This RV resort is located in Northwest Michigan with Lake Michigan and the dunes only minutes away. Each of the 160 RV sites have a level paved parking area and a large patio for relaxing with the family. Activities provided at the campground include educational nature events, bingo nights, movies, bike trails, and beaches. Nearby attractions include Mackinac Island, Lighthouse Museum, and Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore.
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