Summer is almost here and as the warm weather is quickly approaching, Americans all over the country are planning their summer trips. One activity that’s growing in popularity among Millennials is camping. And, as Forbes.com points out, it’s been “proven to have an impact on reducing stress and contributes to emotional and physical health”.
The Northeast region of the country offers a wealth of scenic options for a summer RV trip, but these RV campgrounds are some of the most beautiful of all.
Cape Cod Campresort & Cabins, Massachusetts
The Cape Cod area is home to countless beautiful beaches, and this family-friendly campground is one that will allow you to get the most out of your stay. It’s able to host RVs up to 40’ long and offers paved pads, picnic tables, Wi-Fi, fireplaces and full hook-ups for your camper. It’s less than five miles from Vinyard Sound and Buzzards Bay, but it also has its own freshwater lake to swim in. The resort also hosts a wealth of other amenities that include an adult lounge, two playgrounds, a hot tub, three swimming pools, and an outdoor fitness trail.
Camp Hatteras RV Resort and Campground, North Carolina
The Outer Banks in North Carolina is considered some of the best beach real estate in the country, so it’s no surprise that there are a number of RV resorts/campgrounds there. Camp Hatteras RV Resort stretches all across the Outer Banks and is only 1,000 feet from the water on either side. There are 400 RV campsites with concrete pads, full hookups, Wi-Fi and even cable TV. No matter what kind of RV you have, whether it’s one of the Jayco campers or something else, there’s plenty of room for your vehicle. The resort also has several bathhouses, four laundry facilities, bikes for rent, three swimming pools, a playground, a large game room and many great places to watch breathtaking sunsets.
Delaware Seashore State Park, Delaware
Delaware’s coastline is a rare gem that people might not immediately consider when making their camping plans, but it’s definitely one for the to-do list. The Delaware Seashore State Park has spaces for both RV and tent camping and gives you the best of both worlds when it comes to being by the ocean and being surrounded by trees. Nothing beats a campfire in the woods at night and an early morning swim in the saltwater.
Blackwoods Campground in Acadia National Park, Maine
Spend some time at the Blackwoods Campground if you’re interested in a more rural, rustic camping experience. The views of nature are some of the best in New England. While there are no hookups at the RV sites, there is fresh water available, a dump station, flushing toilets, picnic tables, and fire rings that are ready to be used. Take advantage of being on the Atlantic coastline and enjoy a picturesque hike up to Cadillac Mountain. Acadia National Park is ideal for camping in the summer as well as early autumn when the foliage begins to turn fiery red, vibrant orange and golden yellow.