The new year is barely out of the gate, but that doesn’t mean you should put your dreams of hitting the road on hold until spring. Reserve a spot today at a Good Sam Park in some of the top travel locations in North America. In all, there are 2,300-plus Good Sam Parks across North America — including these Good Sam Parks added in December — that offer a 10 percent discount to Good Sam Club members.
Start the new year right with a stay at one of the Good Sam Parks below.
Natures Campsites, Voluntown
Now in its fifth decade, this family-owned RV park sits amid towering pine trees of the Pachaug State Forest near the banks of the Pachaug River in Connecticut. The park’s spacious sites give guests lots of room to stretch out, while the courteous staff will make sure travelers maximize their fun. Burn off some calories at the swimming pool or basketball courts, then relax with the park’s Wi-FI. Guests can do a wash at the park’s laundromat while the kids have fun at the playground.
What’s Nearby: Encompassing six Connecticut towns in eastern Connecticut, the 26,477-acre Pachaug State Forest is a hotbed for hikers, anglers and scenery seekers. Go boating or fishing on the forest’s namesake river and explore the banks of 50-acre Beachdale pond just west of the park.
Forest Lake Estates RV Resort, Zephyrhills
Located 33 miles northeast of Tampa, this pet-friendly resort treats guests to an authentic Florida getaway. Lush landscaping sets the scene for outstanding amenities that include a hot tub, swimming pool, shuffleboard and a game room. Go fishing in the fully stocked lake or join a friendly game of tennis or putt-putt golf right on the property.
What’s Nearby: The charming town of Zephyrhills is known for its spring water, but the town also is home to adventure. Sign up for Skydive City and ride a plane for a once-in-a-lifetime freefall adventure. Tandem dives allow first-timers to jump with an experienced instructor.
King Nummy Trail Campground, Cape May Court House
Guests at this campground can enjoy a carefree south Jersey getaway near the shores of Delaware Bay. Visitors can bask in the family-oriented atmosphere of the park, where a pool, basketball court, outdoor pavilion and game room give campers lots of reasons to stay on the property.
What’s Nearby: Just 11 miles to the south, the town of Cape May takes tourists back in time with streets lined by well-preserved Victorian buildings. Equally timeless is all the fun you can have on the shore’s boardwalk, where cotton candy, saltwater taffy and fun in the Atlantic Ocean never go out of style.
Whispering Pines RV Park, Newport
North Carolina’s stunning Crystal Coast is just a short distance away for guests who stay at this luxurious family campground. When not enjoying the wide range of amenities at the resort — from pool to dog park — guests can hit the Intracoastal Waterway with the help of the onsite boat ramp.
What’s Nearby: On land, visitors can explore several history-rich towns, with fine boutiques and restaurants that serve mouth-watering cuisine. On the water, the resort’s location on Bogue Sound puts boaters within reach of several compelling destinations as well as fine saltwater fishing. If you prefer to stay local, the park’s day dock allows anglers to reel in the big ones.
Elk Run RV Park, Elk City
Savor wide-open spaces when staying in Elk Run RV Park in western Oklahoma. In addition to spacious sites powered by 30- and 50-amp service, the pet-friendly park boasts newly remodeled bathrooms and showers as well as laundry facilities. History buffs will appreciate the park’s location on iconic Route 66, and the easy access to Interstate 40 makes it a convenient spot for travelers on the go. The park also has bunkhouse lots for travel parties planning long-term stays.
What’s Nearby: A major segment of Route 66 stretches across the Sooner State, and you can learn all about the Mother Road by visiting the National Route 66 and Transportation Museum in Elk City, a short drive from the park. The Elk City Speedway, Beutler Brother Rodeo Arena and Farm and Ranch Museum give visitors even more reasons to stay in the area.
Mountain Pines Campground, Champion
Get ready to splash in the largest swimming pool in Pennsylvania. At first glance, you may think the large body of water in the campground is a small lake, but this huge pool is made for swimming, rafting and wading — if you prefer, you can lounge on the surrounding lawn. Other amenities include mini-golf, fishing, tent sites and cabin rentals.
What’s Nearby: The park’s southwest Pennsylvania location puts it close to fantastic attractions. Just 15 miles to the south lies Falling Water, an iconic residence perched atop a cascade designed by Frank Lloyd Wright. Also nearby, Idlewild Park and Soak Zone treats families to waterslides and a lazy river.
Drummer Boy Camping Resort, Gettysburg
History unfolds for visitors to this small but comfortable resort. The campground store, onsite fishing, pool and game room keeps guests busy, while the 95-acre campground gives campers lots of opportunity for leisurely strolls.
What’s Nearby: A short trip from the resort takes tourists to the “hallowed ground” that helped shape America. Just two miles to the east, the town of Gettysburg faithfully preserves the area’s Civil War past with museums and landmarks that tell the story of the conflict between the states. Also nearby, the Gettysburg National Military Park honors the thousands of troops that fell in 1863 during the Civil War’s pivotal battle.
Round Top Campground, Gettysburg
Just minutes from downtown Gettysburg, Round Top Campground sets the groundwork for great times, with a swimming pool, outdoor pavilion, game room and other amenities. The park is ideal for overnight trips as well as extended stays on a seasonal basis. In addition to full-hookup sites, the park also features new deluxe cottage vacation rentals that sleep up to eight and include appliances, kitchenware and bathroom/shower facilities.
What’s Nearby: The park is just minutes away from the Gettysburg Battlefield, the Gettysburg Battlefield Driving Tour and Eisenhower National Historic Site (the home and farm of President Dwight D. Eisenhower). Also close is the Susquehanna Riverboat Cruise.
Opdyke West RV Park, Levelland
At the base of the Texas Panhandle sits a town that oozes Lone Star charm and pulses with the beat of old-time rock ’n’ roll. Guests who stay at Opdyke West RV Park can feel that Texas spirit as they enjoy roomy spots along with amenities like pool and tennis court. Conveniently located on Highway 114, the park lies just four minutes from Walmart and five minutes from an upscale laundromat.
What’s Nearby: Visitors will find no shortage of rollicking music in the town where Buddy Holly was born. Catch a show at Buddy Holly Hall of Performing Arts and Sciences, then cruise over to the Depot Entertainment District to visit Buddy Holly Center, which chronicles the life of the rock star with exhibits and memorabilia.
Clark County Fairgrounds RV Park and Storage, Ridgefield
Bring those big recreational vehicles to this state-of-the-art park in southwestern Washington near the Columbia River. The park is equipped with more than 80 oversized spaces and also offers 22 fully enclosed RV and boat storage units measuring 14-by-50 feet. It’s the preferred park of nearby Ilani Casino.
What’s Nearby: Visitors can go back in time by taking a walking tour of historic downtown Ridgefield. See historic structures along with coffee houses, antique stores, a tea house and more. Lovers of wildlife can hike through the Ridgefield National Wildlife Refuge (right next door to the town) and anglers can cast lines for coho salmon and bream on the mighty Columbia River.
Lake of the Woods Campground, Wautoma
This resort takes full advantage of its location on 122 wooded acres in the woods of central Wisconsin. Guests can enjoy the resort’s outdoor movie theater, 18-hole mini-golf course, swimming pools, pavilion and more. Campers can explore the surrounding area by renting an onsite and launching it down the scenic Mecan River. After working up an appetite, active RVers can hit the snack bar or lounge restaurant. Large seasonal sites are available, and the park puts on themed weekends for even more fun.
What’s Nearby: Anglers can cast a line in the Mecan waterway or the surrounding lakes, including Irogami Lake and Witters Lake. Hit the Ice Age National Scenic Trail to experience unspoiled habitats.