RVing is becoming a more and more desired way to travel in the U.S. This not only influences the way RVs are being designed, but it seems RV parks have popped up everywhere.
If luxury is your style, we’ve got you covered with some of the top highly-rated luxury RV resorts across the country. These types of resorts are becoming increasingly more popular and there are more of them now than ever, perfect for an RV adventure whether you’re in a comfy Class C, a new or used travel trailer, or something in between. These are nine of the best ones out there, though, there are plenty of other great ones out there, but these are some of the greats.
1. Flying Flags RV Resort – Buellton, California
You’ll love the modern and trendy twist at Flying Flags RV park. The fun starts immediately upon checking in. Attached to the registration office is a cafe with a patio featuring a huge fire pit and cozy environment. Around the corner are a luxury pool and spa with cabanas and beautifully renovated bathrooms.
Aside from these great amenities (and there’s even more – a stage with concerts, yard games, dog park, etc.), Flying Flags has spacious and scenic RV sites, but also cute cottages, vintage trailers, and Airstreams for rent.
The best part about Flying Flags is its beautiful location in Buellton, California. Located in the beautiful Santa Ynez Valley, it’s surrounded by breathtaking views, a plethora of wineries, and a short drive to many popular attractions and destinations.
It’s close to the charming danish city of Solvang, and a quick day trip from Santa Barbara, Lake Cachuma, Los Padres National Forest, and the stunning Hearst Castle.
2. Tiger Run RV Resort – Breckenridge, Colorado
Breckenridge, Colorado is the perfect year-round RV destination. In fact, it’s one of the few Colorado mountain towns that has a year-round RV park. Tiger Run RV Resort is only a nine minute drive from the slopes, making it a perfect place to stay for the ski enthusiasts who are brave enough to RV in the winter.
Otherwise, you’re right in the heart of all the summer and fall activities this area has to offer. You won’t run out of trails to explore, mountains to climb, and awe-inspiring views.
You’ll also be close to other popular nearby mountain towns, such as Frisco, Copper, and Keystone. A 12-minute drive will put you at Dillon Reservoir, where you can paddle and boat in the summer or ice fish in the winter. In the fall, you’ll be blown away by the changing aspens and clean, crisp Colorado air.
Tiger Run RV Resort’s location is truly unbeatable and the amenities are everything you’ll need for your visit to Breckenridge. With an indoor pool, two indoor spas, a common campfire area, a workout room, a cozy club room, a business center, and a game room…you won’t want to leave!
3. Ozarks RV Resort on Table Rock Lake – Oak Grove, Arkansas
Perfectly situated between the Ozark Mountains and along the shores fo Table Rock Lake, this luxury RV resort offers many waterfront sites.
Ozarks RV Resort is also just 30 minutes from Branson. This means that during your stay, you’re a short drive from live music entertainment, amusement parks, and museums.
You may not even make it out of the resort, though, with all the activities that Ozarks RV Resort offers. From upscale amenities like pools, hot tubs, lighted tennis and pickleball courts, to a par-3 golf course and a nearby full-service marina, there’s something for everyone.
Or, since it’s known as one of the most picturesque RV resorts in the Midwest, you can also just sit back and relax. The Ozarks RV Resort’s website says it all: “164 lots available, 1,341 beautiful views, 418 things to do, 0 number of worries.”
4. Sea Perch RV Resort – Yachats, Oregon
If breathtaking views of the Oregon coast and beach access from your front RV door don’t capture your attention, we aren’t sure what will.
You won’t even have to leave your site to enjoy the scenery this area offers. If you still need more, they’re surrounded by sights including Cape Perpetua Scenic Area, Devil’s Churn, Cook’s Chasm, Spouting Horn, and Cape Perpetua Overlook—the highest point on the Oregon Coast.
You’ll enjoy panoramic ocean views ideal for whale watching, rainforest or coastal hikes, walking along the tide pools, and relaxing beaches. It’s truly a nature lover’s dream destination.
As if that’s not enough, you can visit Heceta Head—a working lighthouse—for a tour. Or travel another mile south to visit Sea Lions Caves, home to hundreds of wild sea lions and the world’s largest sea cave. Whatever you do though, don’t miss the sunsets!
5. Bella Terra RV Resort – Foley, Alabama
This RV resort boasts great weather all year long, plus white sandy beaches and southern charm. Located minutes from the beautiful Alabama Gulf Coast, this upscale resort is the perfect beach vacation destination.
With oversized lots, an infinity pool, a movie theater, jacuzzi, and a grand clubhouse, it’s truly luxurious. Not to mention the lake views and lush foliage that offer stunning views throughout the park.
There’s more entertainment in this area than we can list. Staying at Bella Terra puts you minutes away from the white sand and turquoise waters of Orange Beach and a 72-hole golf course. Plus there’s The Wharf marina, which is packed with fine dining, shopping, an amphitheater, ferris wheel, zipline, and mini golf! You’ll love all the tours and local flavor this part of the country provides.
6. Zion River Resort – Virgin, UT
Utah is known for its beautiful national parks and breathtaking views. If you’re planning a visit, this RV resort is a perfect option. Zion River Resort is nestled in a valley beside the Virgin River, surrounded by mountain views, and minutes from Zion National Park.
It’s the ideal home base for day trips to Bryce Canyon National Park, Grand Canyon North Rim, Cedar Breaks National Monument, and other popular destinations.
Although you’ll be plenty busy exploring the beautiful outdoors, this RV resort also offers great amenities, including an outdoor pool and spa, a dog area, game room, gift shop, clubhouse, shuttle services, and the opportunity to mine for gems!
7. BlueWater Key RV Resort – Key West, Florida
It’s on every American’s bucket list to experience paradise in Key West, Florida. There are many RV parks to choose from, but BlueWater Key RV Resort is one of the highest-rated, for good reason.
The resort has large sites with lush tropical landscaping for shade and privacy, tiki huts and outdoor seating, and even offers “bay-front” sites and sites with private docks. Many sites even have patio furniture, cabinetry and countertops, TVs, sinks, refrigerators, and more. Do we need to even mention the diving, snorkeling, and fishing in the area?
8. Hilton Head Island Motorcoach Resort – Hilton Head, SC
Located at the southern tip of South Carolina’s coastline, Hilton Head has 12 miles of white sand beaches. You can find whatever activities you are looking for—a relaxing spa retreat, a party scene, a secluded oasis, world class golfing, or adventure-packed fun.
Hilton Head Island Motorcoach Resort is located in the heart of the island and sits on 50 acres of fully landscaped property with 400 paved lots. A pool, tennis and pickleball courts, and a dog park are among the many amenities they offer.
Hilton Head Island Motorcoach Resort is within walking distance to many shops and restaurants and a short bike ride from the beach. The island is very bike friendly and has trails that will take you anywhere you need to go. Just watch out for the alligators lurking in the marshlands!
The sand along the beaches is hard packed enough that you can even ride your bike right along the beach, making biking the best way to get around the island.
9. Polson RV Resort – Polson, Montana
Polson is “Montana’s #1 Rated RV Park” for good reason. This RV Resort has majestic views of Flathead Lake and The Mission Mountains, and is a short drive to Glacier National Park. The resort has oversized lots that feature the surrounding views, a pool and hot tub, mini golf and an off-leash dog run.
Every detail of the park has been designed to give you the feel of luxury mixed with the natural beauty of the surrounding landscape.
If Glacier National Park isn’t on your bucket list, it should be. The park is home to some of the most impressive mountain views in the country. The drive along Going to the Sun Road is one of the most scenic drives in America and will lead you to an unlimited amount of outdoor adventure.
You’ll also be near the popular resort town of Whitefish, MT, where you can enjoy all that Whitefish Lake has to offer as well.
RV travel can be whatever you make it: “roughing” it in the middle of nowhere—or an oceanside retreat. You can’t beat the benefits these luxury RV resorts offer. This list has something for every RVer and we hope they inspire you to start planning your next “glamping” trip soon! If you’re in the market for an upgrade, sell or trade in your current RV with Camping World’s help.
Do you have additional suggestions? Leave a comment below! Also, if you’re looking for other great options, check out Good Sam’s listings of RV parks and resorts.