Don’t hibernate just yet! Before the summer ends, check out our five favorite places for fall to visit before 2016 comes to an end!
1. Carolina Hemlocks Recreation Area & Campground, NC
Swim, fish, and relax at the beautiful Carolina Hemlocks! Located in the mountains of the Pisgah National Forest, the campgrounds also offer challenging trails and hiking for the adventurous of heart.
You can expect moderate temperatures and miles or North Carolina’s breathtaking scenery. Campground amenities include picnic areas, restrooms, and fresh drinking water.
2. Ocean Pond Campground, FL
With over 60 campsites and access to the gorgeous 1,760-acre lake, Ocean Pond is an RVers paradise! The hunting, long trails, and swimming make this a great spot to park the RV and unleash your wild side! Located in the Osceola National Forest, the area is rich with early American history and played host to the largest battle fought on Florida soil during the Civil War.
History enthusiasts are welcome to venture in the Olustee Battlefield State Park and spectate during the annual civil war reenactment!
3. Devil’s Lake, WI
Containing over 28 miles of hiking trails and a 360-acre lake, Devil’s Lake surely has a full range of recreational entertainment and amenities to satisfy your comforts while also appealing to your nature bug!
This stunning state park encompasses the heart and culture of RVing!
4. Loon Lake, OR
Surrounding mountains and astonishing views make Loon Lake a prime location for your next RV destination! This resort is a must-visit before the chill of winter sets in, due to the wide variety of activities provided by the lake. Skiing, fishing boats, wave runners, pontoon boats, and a 30’ houseboat are all available to rent! Whether you want to pitch your tent for a night, relax on the lake, or venture out into the woods, Loon Lake certainly accommodates to every type of RVer.
5. Andersen’s RV Park, WA
Located on the beautiful Long Beach Peninsula in Washington State, this ocean-front RV destination has the feel and serenity of paradise. Situated on 5 acres adjacent to the Pacific Coast, Andersen’s RV Park brings you closer to the water than any other RV park in the state!
Unlike most RV spots, Andersen’s offers you with lots of fun activities and adventures only an Ocean-front location can provide, such as ocean surf fishing, beach walking, clamming and crabbing, Dunes Trail, ocean wildlife, and deep sea fishing! No matter the occasion, Andersen’s RV Park is a must!
Have you been to any of the campgrounds listed above? What did you think? Leave a comment below!