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There are 75 Jellystone Park locations across the country, and each one of them is very different. Some of them are quaint and rustic, with lots of activities for kids that harken back to summer camps of old, and others have off-the-hook water zones, gigantic water slides, laser tag courses–and much more. All of them are worth taking a look at for …
 
Are you looking to become a snowbird and spend the winter months enjoying the gorgeous white sugar sand beaches and sparkling waters of Florida’s Emerald Coast? Or are you just looking for a great place to spend spring break in your RV, or in a cabin or glamping tent? Either way, you should consider Camping on the Gulf (formerly known as Camp Gulf.…
 
Hocking Hills State Park in Ohio will have you wondering if you are still in the Midwest. With its waterfalls and unique geological features, it feels more like an exotic location in New Zealand. Yet, it’s only 50 miles from Columbus, Ohio, and only 30 miles from Athens, home of Ohio University. The Hocking Hills People have been coming to the Hock…
 
Does Little Arrow RV Resort live up to the hype that it has been receiving these past few years? Sorry to spoil the ending, but we think that it does. This is a beautiful campground in Townsend, Tennessee that is just minutes away from Cades Cove. It is located right next to the Townsend KOA right off of TN-73 in the heart of “the peaceful side of …
 
Great Smoky Mountains National Park is surrounded by a wide variety of camping options for RV owners. But none of them are quite like Camp Margaritaville RV Resort and Lodge in Pigeon Forge. This exciting new property seamlessly combines the best aspects of a luxury RV Resort with the best aspects of a cozy and comfortable lodge. The RV resort and …
 
Yogi Bear is back in New Jersey! Thankfully he has found a terrific place to set up camp and steal some pic-a-nic baskets. Jellystone Park South Jersey is located in Williamstown, New Jersey, less than an hour away from Philadelphia and Wilmington, Delaware. The park was recently converted to a Jellystone, and there are many great things to come. B…
 
Where are the best fall camping destinations in the country? We asked our friends at Campspot to come on The RV Atlas podcast this week and share their top picks. They came up with an eclectic list of the 10 best fall camping destinations in the country. To listen to our interview with Erin Stender from Campspot, click on the media player above. Or…
 
Maine is quite possibly one of the most beautiful places to camp in the U.S. RVers have so many magnificent choices that it can be hard to decide where to go. Hopefully, this roundup of 5 of the best campgrounds in Maine can help you develop your bucket list. Whether you want to camp in the White Mountains, near Acadia National Park, or along the A…
 
The St. Augustine Beach KOA Holiday is a solid basecamp option for exploring the east coast of northern Florida. We truly love this campground’s location. This region of Florida can often get overlooked by points further south. But the beaches here are beautiful. The area is also rich with history and culture. So plan on spending a week here if you…
 
The Brattleboro North KOA has been an RV Atlas favorite for over a decade. We made our first visit back in our pop up camper days. Then we returned with friends a few years later and had a blast enjoying southern Vermont. We really love this cute little campground, and everything that this awesome section of the Green Mountain State has to offer it…
 
Lakewood Camping Resort in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, is one of the biggest RV campgrounds in the country. We are excited to bring you a campground review since it is in Myrtle Beach, the camping capital of the East Coast (in our opinion!). This resort is more like a small town for campers. With a lazy river, waterslides, sports courts, indoor a…
 
If you are looking for an ultimate family-friendly campground destination, you have to check out Lighthouse Point. Lighthouse Point is a campground located next to Cedar Point, an amusement park in Sandusky, Ohio. Cedar Point covers an entire peninsula in Lake Erie, and it is home to roller coasters, a water park, hotels, campgrounds, and all kinds…
 
Great Smoky Mountains National Park is the most visited national park in the entire country. It’s also spread out over 500,000 acres with dozens and dozens of campground options. So it can be pretty overwhelming to choose from all of the amazing campgrounds near Great Smoky Mountains National Park. In fact, one of the most frequently questions aske…
 
Let’s take a look at our most popular RV Atlas episodes from 2021! When we look at a year’s worth of podcasting data, it reveals some interesting things about us, our podcast, and the state of camping and RVing. Last year we noticed that our campground reviews (by us and our correspondents) were becoming more popular. Eleven of our fourteen top epi…
 
Should you go to Cody, Wyoming, if you are short on time and debating how to spend it in the greater Yellowstone area? YES! Cody is a great place to take a break from hiking and exploring Yellowstone. Natural beauty is great, but sometimes we need a change of pace, especially our three boys. Cody did not disappoint. It’s full of entertainment oppor…
 
Under Canvas Yellowstone provides a full-on glamping experience right outside of Yellowstone National Park, but how does it compare to the RV camping our family loves? Though we originally weren’t sure about “glamping” as a trend, this ended up being one of the most magical camping experiences we have ever had. We have lots of great details to shar…
 
Gretchen Holcombe from Boxy Colonial On The Road is back on The RV Atlas podcast this week and she is our guest blogger here as well! Check out her recent post and interview on the podcast to hear about her stop in Burlington, Vermont. And to hear about her awesome stop at Four Mile Creek State Park and Niagara Falls click on the media player above…
 
Gretchen Holcombe from Boxy Colonial On The Road is back on The RV Atlas podcast this week and she is our guest blogger here as well! Check out her recent post and interview on the podcast to hear about her stop in Burlington, Vermont. And to hear about her awesome stop at Four Mile Creek State Park and Niagara Falls click on the media player above…
 
On today’s episode of the The RV Atlas podcast we are excited to have Gretchen Holcombe from Boxy Colonial On The Road back on the show to talk about part of her family’s epic summer road trip through New England! Gretchen loved her family’s stop in Burlington, Vermont and she really enjoyed using North Beach Campground as her basecamp! The campgro…
 
Today I am so excited to welcome a first time guest correspondent on to the show to give us a terrific campground review of Robert Treman State Park in Ithaca, New York! The RV Atlas crew visited Ithaca about 7 years ago during an amazing two week RV trip across New York State. We didn’t stay at Robert Treman State Park during that trip. But we hav…
 
We are thrilled to have our friend Shellie Bailey-Shah back on the show this week for an awesome review of Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park Guadalupe River in Kerrville, Texas! This was a short stop for Shellie and her family (and extended family!) on a long trip. Her entire crew enjoyed this Jellystone immensely! To listen to Shellie’s review click on …
 
Hey Boo Boo! Stephanie is back on The RV Atlas podcast this week for our review of Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park Delaware Beaches! On today’s episode of the podcast we give an overview of Jellystone Park Delaware Beaches, and talk about some fun things to do in this gorgeous section of coastal Delaware. This was a bit of a quick trip for us that we t…
 
Casita Dean May is back on The RV Atlas podcast with a fresh review of the Townsend/Great Smokies KOA Holiday. Dean and his wife Laura consider this to be one of the top three campgrounds they have ever visited. Dean and Laura have spent over 200 nights camping in there Casita and they have visited over 10 states. So this is high praise based on th…
 
On today’s episode of The RV Atlas we are heading west for a review of four amazing campgrounds in the Pacific Northwest that you are going to want to add to your bucket list! The Pacific Northwest is my favorite geographical region of our country and the entire RV Atlas crew cannot wait to get back some day soon. Four years ago our family took an …
 
Our camping buddy and RV Atlas correspondent, Phil Travaglia, is back on the podcast today with another great review! Last time he gave us an enthusiastic review of Hither Hills in Montauk, New York. This time around he is taking us to the New York City North / Newburgh KOA–another one of his family’s favorite campgrounds. To listen to Jeremy and P…
 
Hither Hills Campground We have wanted to visit and review Hither Hills Campground, in Montauk, New York for years! But from our home at the Jersey Shore it could take 3.5 hours(or 6 hours) to get there, depending on traffic. We would also have to tow our RV over the George Washington Bridge. We have towed over the GW before–but it is not exactly f…
 
Location of Willow Valley RV Resort Willow Valley RV Resort is in the far northeast corner of Georgia. Just outside the little mountain town of Clayton. It is a sparkling new RV park with spacious sites, great amenities, and the perfect location for exploring this beautiful part of the state. The area has ample hiking, waterfalls, and gorgeous vist…
 
If you’d like to pretend to be a castaway on a tropical island, you need to head to Castaways RV Resort & Campground, located near Ocean City, Maryland. This resort has it all, including a beautiful oceanfront location and tons of amenities. We are excited to have Bill from Disney Image Makers and A Camper and a Camera back with us to share a great…
 
Last week we were excited to return to Jellystone Park Quarryville near Lancaster, Pennsylvania. We were supposed to be taking a big trip across Utah in a rental motorhome this summer, but like many of you, our plans had to change. Luckily, we have some great parks close to home and we were able to snag a cabin at this awesome campground. Since we …
 
While Breckenridge is known as a premiere skiing destination, the fun doesn’t end when the snow does. Whether you are heading to the region in the sun or the snow, you can stay at one of the nation’s top-ranked campgrounds. Our review of Tiger Run RV Resort will fill you in on what makes this popular park so special. Tiger Run seems to be the only …
 
Choosing the PERFECT campground in Estes Park, Colorado, can be a bit difficult since there’s not a clear standout. However, we hope this campground review of the Estes Park Campground at Mary’s Lake will reassure you that it is a great choice, as long as you adjust your expectations. This campground review is a part of a series of podcasts we are …
 
The Myrtle Beach region is a hopping location with so many great RV park options…and now, there’s another over-the-top campground to choose from. The Carolina Pines RV Resort takes the “resort” part of its name seriously. This review of the Carolina Pines RV Resort is going to tell you all about the sites and amenities at this hot property, thanks …
 
There’s so much to love about Moose Hillock Camping Resort in Lake George, NY. You’ll find huge private campsites, super fun amenities, and a great location. We are excited to share our review of this gorgeous family-owned campground with you. Though Moose Hillock isn’t too far from our home in NJ, it’s taken us years to get there! Though it should…
 
Anchor Down RV Resort, located in Dandridge, TN, is one of the hottest campgrounds in the nation. It seems everyone we know has either gone there or is wanting to go there. With meticulous campsites located on Douglas Lake and views of the Great Smoky Mountains in the distance, Anchor Down is an exceptional campground in an exceptional location. We…
 
Live oak trees dripping with Spanish moss and a unique antebellum history set the stage for your stay at the Mount Pleasant/Charleston KOA.The ambiance of this campground perfectly matches the romance and charm of the nearby city of Charleston. Plus, central South Carolina’s beautiful beaches beckon from nearby. After our stay at the campground Jam…
 
An urban campground sounds like an oxymoron, but we love exploring amazing cities in our RV. You might find more concrete than grass, skyscrapers instead of trees, and postage-stamp sized campsites. However, if you adjust your expectations, you can have a grand time at an urban campground. On this episode of Campground of the Week, we review seven …
 
With over 1,300 miles of coastline along the Gulf and the Atlantic and tons of lakes and rivers found in between, Florida waterfront campgrounds are some of the most popular RV destinations in the country. Jacksonville’s Hanna Park, Anastasia State Park near St. Augustine, and Orlando’s Bill Frederick Park at Turkey Lake are just three of the amazi…
 
The Kentucky Bourbon Trail is more than a trail, it’s an entire region of the Bluegrass State. Travelers can explore the history and distinct flavors of local bourbons at the many distilleries that dot the region. If you plan to visit with your RV, you’ll first need to decide where to stay. The Louisville South KOA and the Elkhorn Campground are tw…
 
Tennessee’s Reelfoot Lake State Park is a scenic spot for outdoor recreation, thanks to its location along the shores of the 15,000-acre Reelfoot Lake. Visitors come to toss in a line, to boat and paddle across the lake, and to take in the natural beauty. We know we can always count on Casita Dean to share with us the best state park campgrounds of…
 
Family fun is practically guaranteed at Jellystone’s network of campgrounds. With a reputation as one of the best RV parks in Wisconsin, the Jellystone Park Camp-Resort in Caledonia brings that big dose of family fun to the Milwaukee region. Our Midwest correspondents, Matthew and Melissa Kellas, travel with four kids ranging in ages from 11-17. Th…
 
The Santa Cruz North/Costanoa KOA is a unique offering under the KOA moniker. Described as an “eco-friendly resort,” this park offers resort-level amenities within a more traditional campground atmosphere. Located halfway between Santa Cruz and Half Moon Bay, this KOA has an excellent location for exploring the beauty and charm of the Pacific Coast…
 
If sledding down giant hills of sand sounds like your kind of fun, you’ll want to visit Great Sand Dunes National Park in south-central Colorado. And, if you do, you’ll want to stay right at the heart of the beauty and the action at the Piñon Flats Campground. This park is home to the nation’s tallest sand dunes, set against the epic beauty of the …
 
Watkins Glen State Park, located in the Finger Lakes region of New York, is known mostly for its epic waterfall trail, but did you know you can also camp in this spectacular state park? Watkins Glen offers state park camping at its best, with large, wooded campsites and tons of natural beauty. Come for the waterfalls; stay for the relaxation! Kerri…
 
Georgia State Park Campgrounds are beloved by RVers and campers in the know. So which ones should be at the top of your campground wishlist? We’ve got reviews of five favorites from Gretchen Holcombe, a lifelong Georgia resident who blogs at Boxycolonialontheroad.com. Georgia State Park Campgrounds: General Details The Appalachian Trail begins in t…
 
Disney’s Fort Wilderness Campground Resort holds a magical spot in many RVers’ minds as THE ultimate campground destination. Its reputation transcends almost any other campground in America. But, what if you want to go to Walt Disney World Resort without a camper in tow? Should you rent an RV and stay at the Fort, or should you stay in a resort hot…
 
Cherry Hill Park is a premium camping option for visitors to Washington D.C. Our family has gone every year for four years. So what brings us back to Cherry Hill again and again? Not only does it offer an amazing campground experience, it’s also in an excellent location. Cherry Hill is located just outside of our nation’s capital. A major bonus is …
 
Blue Bell Campground is easily one of our top ten favorite campgrounds ever. Located in the Black Hills of South Dakota, Blue Bell is just one of nine gorgeous campgrounds in the epic Custer State Park, which offers 71,000 acres of phenomenal beauty and wildlife. Some travelers quickly pass through South Dakota’s Black Hills (maybe just stopping fo…
 
With stunning, scenic views of the Badlands, Cedar Pass Campground puts you right at the heart of this amazing national park. You can step outside your door and walk over to the iconic natural formations. You’ll find over 244,000 rugged acres of Western South Dakota to explore, right from your campsite. That being said, there are some things you’ll…
 
There are so many amazing campgrounds in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. The trick is finding the one that best suits your personal camping style. In this campground roundup, we review eight great Myrtle Beach Campgrounds, from state parks to huge resorts. Pick your favorite and start planning your next trip to one of America’s favorite RV destinatio…
 
If you’re looking to explore the historic town of Philadelphia, the Philadelphia South/Clarksboro KOA puts you close to the action. Urban camping is a little different from the traditional camping experience. You may not be surrounded by natural beauty and your neighbors may be within arm’s reach. However, urban camping is all about convenience. Th…
 
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