Camp for Less at 20 New Good Sam Parks Across North America

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November 13, 2019

Mabry Mill south of Roanoke, Virginia. Getty Images A mill on a grassy bank overlooking a stream amid fall foliage.

New Good Sam Parks bring more savings to more places.

Twenty RV parks joined the Good Sam network over the past months, giving members more big opportunities for savings and value. As you plan your next RV journey, look for one of the 2,300-plus parks with our distinctive halo. Members save 10 percent at Good Sam Parks.

If you’re not a Good Sam member, joining is easy. Purchase a membership at any Good Sam Park, or sign up online. New members receive up to $50 in merchandise certificates.

Hit the road during fall or winter for one of the sunbelt parks, or plan ahead to stay at one of the northern parks for a spring or summer trip.

A river gushes past boulders in a river surrounded by hills.

Boulders in a river outside of Bakersfield. Photo: Getty Images.


Shady Haven RV Park, Bakersfield

This RV park is close to all the fun, entertainment and excitement of Bakersfield. The gated park is a quiet wellness community with pool, Jacuzzi and beautiful sites to fit any size RV.

A man and woman relax in a natural hot springs.

A natural hot spring in Glenwood Springs. Photo: Glenwood Springs


Saddleback RV, Parachute

Located in eastern Colorado near Interstate 70, this park puts guests within striking distance off Bridal Veil Falls, Carbondale Creative District and Glenwood Hot Springs. The pet-friendly community has all the amenities you’ll need for a fun, comfortable stay.


Moonshine Acres RV Park, Fort White

Located southwest of Gainesville, Moonshine acres entices guests to stroll along lush, spacious grounds or unwind at the landmark clubhouse with a general store, three in-ground fire pits, large stone fireplace, lounge area and wrap-around porch.

Two men fish on a boat under dawn light.

Competing in a bass fishing tournament on Lake Okeechobee. Photo: Lake Okeechobee.

Lakeside North RV Resort, Okeechobee

This RV park and tiny house community on Lake Okeechobee is a fully fenced-in community. Enjoy the well-appointed sites with patios, free Wi-Fi and a crystal-clear pool along the waterfront. Check out the tiki hut with picnic table and a 4,800-square-foot clubhouse with stage, community kitchen, fitness cycles, ping pong, billiards table, library, spacious shower room and coin laundries.


Y Knot Winery & RV Park, Glenns Ferry

Found near Interstate 84 between Boise and Twin Falls, this park sits directly across the street from the Y Know Winery. Guests can camp under large shade trees and take advantage of full hook-ups for both large and small units. The RV park has direct access to a golf course.


Terre Haute Campground, Terre Haute

This RV park was built with recreation in mind, with a pool, jump pad and Winner’s Circle for pedal racers. There’s a dog park and a “gem mining” area that lets kids enjoy the thrill of discovery.

Covered bridge built in Colonial style. Getty Images

A covered bridge echoes Massachusetts’ Colonial past. Getty Images


Pine Lake RV Resort & Cottages, Sturbridge

Set for opening in Spring 2020, Pine Lake RV Resort & Cottages is the closest campground to Old Sturbridge Village, New England’s largest Living History Museum. Guest at the park can enjoy the onsite spa and fitness center, pickleball, Wi-Fi, billiards and basketball.

An aerial photo of a chain of lakes.

The Chisago chain of lakes. Photo: Getty Images.


Wildwood Campground, Taylors Falls

Affiliated with Wild Mountain Area, this resort offers adventure in the Land of 10,000 Lakes. Open from May 1 through October 15, the resort is close to the Chisago Lakes for paddling and fishing fun.

New Mexico

Cuervo Mountain RV Park and Horse Hotel, Stanley

Located east of Albuquerque, this RV park puts an emphasis on eco-friendliness, with horse corrals, tack rooms, dog park and exercise path. Amenities include 54 pull-through sites large enough for any size RV (including RV extensions); four of the RV sites are ADA approved for disabled visitors.

Humongous Niagara Falls thunder over the ledge, churning up clouds of mist.

Niagara Falls thunders just a short drive from Niagara Shores Campground & Conference Center. Photo: Getty Images

New York

Niagara Shores Campground & Conference Center, Appleton

Situated on 35 acres of lush land on the shores of Lake Ontario, this park is a scenic drive away from Niagara Falls. The center is well-equipped to become a destination for conferences, retreats, weddings and reunions.

Whippoorwill Motel & Campsites, Lake George

This quiet and relaxing campground is just a short drive from everything the area has to offer, including boating, fishing, hiking, biking, parasailing and skydiving. Guests also have convenient access to the trolley, which whisks passengers to Lake George Village, the beaches, the outlet malls, the Great Escape or nearby Glens Falls.

Three women ride horses at sunset.

Riding horses on North Carolina’s Outer Banks. Photo: The Outer Banks

North Carolina

Outer Banks West KOA, Coinjock

Outer Banks West is set to be North Carolina’s newest waterfront campground. Guests can fish from five piers, enjoy views of the Currituck Sound and choose from tent and RV sites, cabins, safari tents and RV rentals.


Lazy Palms Ranch RV Park, Edinburg

This 55-plus community is the essence of the wild Texas heart, with unending ocean vistas and Padre Island within a few two-steps. Enjoy regular shindigs, barbecues and resort-style amenities. The resort is located 16 miles north of Edinburg at an elevation of 50 feet with two-and-half miles of paved roads that provide easy access to U.S. Route 281.

A beach with a broad shoreline overlooked by high-rise hotels.

The shore in South Padre Island. Photo: Peacenik

El Campo Lost Lagoon RV Resort, El Campo

This brand-new, 45-acre resort boasts the world’s largest residential swimming pool, as profiled on HGTV. The family can enjoy the Kiddie Water Park, dine at the cafe, play in the arcade or test their agility at the Wibit Floating Obstacle Course. A total of 159 pull-through sites help make this an ideal destination for larger RVs.


Madison Vines RV Resort & Cottages, Madison

Centrally located in the Shenandoah Valley between Historic Fredericksburg and Shenandoah National Park, this park puts visitors in the midst of Virginia’s recreation bounty. In the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains, vintners are plentiful, history abounds and nature beckons you to sit a spell.

Colonial era structures stand on the edge of a lawn.

Homes and outbuildings at Patrick Henry’s plantation in Roanoke. Photo: olekinderhook

Explore Park, Roanoke

Just off the Blue Ridge Parkway at Milepost 115, Explore Park features hundreds of acres of rolling hills, pristine woodlands, hiking trails, river frontage, outdoor adventure and a visitor information center. Soar through the trees on the Treetop Quest aerial adventure course, featuring ziplines and challenging obstacles for ages four and up. Stay overnight in a primitive campsite, canvas tent or pod cabin.


Uncle Salty’s Golf and Camp, Holcombe

In the heart of Wisconsin, Lake Holcombe is the ultimate getaway. This destination has a nine-hole golf course, a 42-site campground, mini-golf, party pavilion and alcohol! There are two public boat landings within a quarter-mile. The roads are open for registered ATV’s and the County trailhead is about 3 miles from the grounds.


British Columbia

Riviera RV Park & Campground, Grand Forks

Located on the beautiful Kettle River, the park boasts shady sites in a grassy setting. Go fishing and boating on the beautiful waterway or hike the gorgeous trails.

A beautiful river reflecting trees growing on its bank.

Along the Kettle River near Grand Forks. Photo: Murray Foubister

Moon Shadows RV Park, Merritt

Anglers, mountain bikers, hikers, weekend car campers and serious RV campers will find plenty to do at Moon Shadows RV park, with 25 full-hookup sites. Located south of Kamloops, the RV park puts guests within recreation amid gorgeous mountains.


Bingemans Camping Resort, Kitchener

Start planning summer now at the ultimate Canada camping experience. Set the kids loose at Bingemans Funworx Indoor Playland; test your putting skills at the Hole in Fun mini golf courses; roll some balls at the Kingpin Bowlounge; or take aim at Flag Raiders Paintball. They’re all within proximity to the campground, which has all the amenities you’ll need.