RV Parks Ultimate Guide.

River's Edge

What are RV parks?

An Rv Park is just another name for an RV campground. These are usually large open areas for people who travel using trailers, motorhomes, and other types of campers. If you own any one of these types of recreational vehicles, then you can spend anywhere from a night, a week, a month, or the season. If you are a year-round camper, then it might be in your best interest to find the perfect rv park and settle there for a while.

I used to have the wrong idea about RV Parks, I used to think that only old retirees who stay there. That is not the case as I have seen all ages at these rv parks and have come to realize that rv parks are fun and meant for everyone. Some of these parks are just as good as some small amusement parks as they offer many of the same amenities.

Types of Rv Parks

Going to any type of rv park will require you to know or ask questions about what type of rv park it is so that you are prepared.

  • Back-in style rv park: This rv park requires you to reverse your rv into the site. These types of rv parks tend to be more budget-friendly.
  • Pull--thru style rv park: This type of rv park is where you get to pull in just like you came in and you get to leave int the same way without having to reverse.

How much does it cost to stay at an RV park?

Below are the rates for staying at any average Rv park.

  • Daily Rate: This is perfect for those who are probably just passing by an rv park and just need to rest for a day or two. Some people pay the daily rate for up to six days. On average, most if not all RV Parks will offer the one day rate and this is usually more expensive than the other types of rates. The average daily rate is usually $50 or lower depending on the types of amenities offered.
  • Weekly Rate: The next rate on this list is the weekly list. This is for anyone who wants to stay for seven nights or more but less than thirty days. It is usually cheaper than the daily rate will always be best for someone who plans on staying for more than a week.
  • Monthly Rate: This is for anyone who plans on staying at the RV Park for more than thirty days. This will always work out to be the least expensive if you check the cost it comes out to be for daily.
  • Unforeseen Expenses: Before settling in and paying for your daily, weekly or monthly stay, make sure you ask if there will be any additional costs. You might have to pay for a pet, they might charge per person or vehicle. They might also have some sort of meter for the electricity they might provide.

How do you choose the best RV Park.

River's Edge rv park

Whenever you decide to choose an RV Park, the first thing you need to do is think about how you plan to spend your time. You might need somewhere which has many activities for you and your whole family. If that is the case, then an RV Park that caters to whole families would be best suited for you. There are also RV Parks that cater to those who just like peace. These Rv Parks are labeled as 55+ RV Parks and are known for their tranquility.

Some people are just looking for a rest stop before they get to their final destination. In that case, A simple search on google for "Rv parks near me" will do the job.

Some Rv Parks have requirements for the type of recreational vehicle they allow. To not get turned away after arriving at any RV Park you have chosen, make sure to call ahead. Call ahead and ask about any requirements that they might have. They might have a certain size limit, an RV age limit, or may not accept pets or just certain types of pets. Some pet breeds that might not be allowed are pitbulls and rottweilers. It might also be a good idea to call and make a reservation just so that when you get there space will be available or they are open for business on that specific day.

General Tips

Discounts and Memberships

If you are just a regular camper or a seasoned year-round camper, it might be best to have some sort of membership or discount offers. Here is a list of the best memberships available.

  • Passport America
  • Escapees RV Club
  • Good Sam Club
  • Boondockers Welcome
  • Harvest Hosts

Which amenities can you expect at an RV park?

amenities to expect at rv parks

More amenities to expect

  • Volleyball, Corn hole.
  • Full water and sewer hookups.
  • 30 amp and 50 amp electrical connections at each site.
  • Campground personnel on site 7 days a week.
  • Ship’s Store stocked with assorted supplies.
  • Mid-Grade  Non Ethanol Unleaded Gasoline available on-site.
  • Lighted Outdoor Pavilion.

Who usually stays at rv parks?

All sorts of individuals! You might be rv parks have lots of big motorhomes and occupied by senior citizens, that is not usually the case. These parks are terrific for anybody who is trying to find a location to stay the night and make use of the features that the camping area provides.

Here are a couple of various kinds of individuals you may meet at an rv park:

Families

Rv parks, specifically those with features like a pool, recreation room, and play grounds, are terrific for all different types of families. The Yogi Bear's Jellystone Park chain of camping sites, provide set up of activities such as craft classes, hayrides, and "Christmas in July" throughout the summertime and on holidays.

Travelers

Solo tourists, couples, and families that utilize their campers for getaways are not likely to be set-up or established for off-the-grid outdoor camping. Tourists will typically schedule commercial rv parks, state park camping sites, or national park campgrounds while they are on the move and need to stop for rest.

Retired Travelers

The liberty of travel lures some retired people to move into a Recreational Vehicle and check out Canada and the United States. A kind of campground that is significantly popular is known as the "55-plus park". It was developed to serve retired people and develop a peaceful area.

Which ones to visit

  1. Cooksey's RV Park

  2. Location 1425 SR 16 St. Augustine, FL 32084.

    Cooksey's RV Park

    Cooksey's is very historic and offers pull-through services for your RV, showers, RV Storage, patio areas, amp service, laundry services, and clean restrooms. You can visit year-round. There are many different things to do here after you park your rv and get settled in. You can also enjoy the nearby surroundings in the historic district in St. Augustine. Cooksey's comes with many attractions that will keep you entertained during your stay.

    Amenities at Cooksey’s RV Park

    The Cooksey's Park is one park that does not have an abundance of amenities. Below is a list of the amenities offered.

    • sewer hookups
    • laundry
    • pets
    • cable tv
    • pullthrus
  3. River's Edge RV Park

  4. Location 1393 CR 309 Georgetown, Fl 32139.

    River's Edge rv park

    River's Edge is for those who would be interested in the 50+ type of park. It is very quiet and brings peace to all that visit.

    Some amenities include:
    • Full hookups
    • 30- & 50 amp RV spaces
    • Picnic tables
    • Lawn games
    • 18 hole golf course within 1 mile
    • Wi-Fi
    • Great fishing
    • Community pavilion
    • Concrete patios
  5. Lake Gaston Americamps

  6. Location 9 Lakeside Ln Bracey, VA 23919.

    Lake Gaston Amercamp campground

    Lake Gaston American is a fun place to visit. It has a fully stocked 35-mile lake that is perfect for everyone who likes to go fishing. You can bring your whole family as there are many fun activities to get everyone involved. Camping gear, boat, and fishing gear are the perfect combination in preparation for all the activities you can have here.

    Some amenities include:
    • Restroom and Showers
    • Laundry
    • Control Access Gate
    • RV Supplies
    • Metered LP Gas
    • Firewood
    • Ice
    • Worship Services
    • Snack Bar
    • Groceries
    • Escort to Site
    • Onsite RV Service
    • RV Storage
    • Self-Service RV Wash
    • Fishing Guides
    • Fishing Supplies
    • Onsite Rentals (8)
    • Restrooms