Florida Orlando 139890175The best way to visit a theme park is to take the RV with you! It’s perfect for those inevitable (and necessary) rest times in-between shows or after a nonstop fun, full morning of rides!  You will take the best nap ever in your home away from home. You’ll even have a full kitchen at your disposal for making scrumptious meals – not to mention save you an arm and a leg on not-so-scrumptious, expensive theme park food. Plus, you can skip carrying a heavy backpack around the park with sweaters and snacks, since the RV will be fully stocked and just a short jaunt away. Have kids? Not to worry, naptimes and meal times are a cinch with the RV parked right outside the theme park.

So as you can see, there really is no better way to visit a theme park than to stay at the RV Park in your home sweet home on wheels! Not only will you have the ultimate convenience of staying right at your destination (without having to concern yourself with driving to/from the theme park), but you’ll likely be more cozy and comfortable than you would in a hotel room somewhere.

You also get the camping feel in addition to the most amazing entertainment a short walk away from your “campground.” You can beat the crowds and the heat by staying in the RV for the busiest, most crowded times and take advantage of the nice air conditioning during the hottest part of the day. Then, venture out once it cools off. The advantages of RVing at theme parks are endless.

So the idea is to get the best possible deal on tickets to your favorite theme park, book your RV sites with plenty of time in advance, and then live it up while you stay at your vacation destination—an action-packed adventurous theme park!

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6 comments

  1. I would like to hear more about west coast as this fall going down along the ocean. What are some of the highlights. We have a 36' 5th wheel. Thank you

  2. Cindy Peacock Bothner

    Santa Cruz is a must.

  3. Lynne Price Taylor

    Monterey Bay is a nice place.

  4. Cynthia Baum

    Yes, the Boardwalk at Santa Cruz is lots of fun as are the Piers at Santa Monica and Santa Barbara.

  5. Cynthia Baum

    Yes, the Boardwalk at Santa Cruz is lots of fun as are the Piers at Santa Monica and Santa Barbara.