Six RV parks have recently joined the Good Sam Network, boosting your chances of finding savings and value on the road. Remember, Good Sam members can save big with a 10 percent discount at any of our 2,000-plus Good Sam Parks across North America.
Not a member? Sign up online to purchase a membership or simply buy it at the Good Sam Park you visit (discounts apply immediately). As you plan your trip, check each park’s link to determine seasonal availability and make reservations.
Whispering Pines RV Resort East and West, Gulf Shores, Alabama
Whispering Pines RV Resort sits in Alabama’s iconic Gulf Coast region. Within a 6-mile radius, visitors can find OWA, one of the largest amusement parks on the Gulf Coast, along with a Tanger Outlet Mall and the new Gulf Coast Zoo. Thrillseekers can check out the Wharf Marina with a Ferris wheel, laser shows, kids events, shopping, dining and more. Also close by are dozens of restaurants serving delicious, fresh seafood. Just a short drive away you’ll discover gorgeous white-sandy beaches and state parks with lots of natural attractions. While here, explore hiking, jogging and bicycle trails.
Park amenities include a resort-style pool, clubhouse and a fenced-in dog play area. Guests also can take advantage of the laundry facilities, restrooms and showers. The resort offers 40×80-foot back-in sites with 30- and 50-amp hookups.
Manton Trails RV Park, Hotel & Campground, Manton, Michigan
Manton Trails RV Park & Campground is situated in the heart of one of Wolverine State’s most beautiful wilderness areas. Amid the lush landscapes, the campground occupies 80 acres with 146 roomy sites. With hot showers, a clean bathhouse and a 1.5-acre pond, the campground has everything needed for families, couples or groups. Bring your s’mores and hotdogs to the campground’s community campfire each Friday and Saturday between 7 p.m. and 9 p.m. If you’ve got a group activity in mind, take advantage of the event facilities.
Nearby, the scenic Manistee River entices adventurers to ride on the current. Local canoe liveries give guests a chance to paddle through fun environments. Seeking stores and restaurants? You don’t have to go far to get to a town. The resort is 15 minutes north of Cadillac and 45 minutes southeast of Traverse City.
Black River Hideaway Campground, Fredricktown, Missouri
Water recreation and relaxing are just two choices available to campers in Black River Hideaway Campground in southeast Missouri. Located a quarter-mile from K-Bridge and Black River, the campground has full hookups at every site with 30- or 50-amp power. In addition, the clean park offers a playground, sand volleyball court and private access to Bear Branch Creek. Surrounding attractions include Piedmont, Farmington and Fredericktown. It’s also a short drive to Blue Spring, a stunning, vivid-blue water source on the Current River.
Nearby, Black River at K-Bridge lures travelers to go floating, fishing or swimming in the current. Here, the Black River forms Clearwater Lake, with fishing for largemouth bass and crappie. Several spots reward anglers with smallmouth bass and spotted bass. Jeff’s Canoe Rental offers onsite transportation for float trips. The service picks up and drops off guests right at the campground.
Tall Pines Campground, Branson, Missouri
Branson is a hotbed of entertainment and shopping, while the surrounding area buzzes with recreation opportunities. While here, go fishing or waterskiing on Table Rock Lake. Landlubbers, on the other hand, can hike miles of trails to scenic views or ride horses through stunning Ozark countryside. It’s all within reach for guests of Tall Pines Campground, a roomy spot with lots of pull-through spots, 50-amp power and a host of amenities. In addition to a swimming pool, pavilion and game room, there are nature trails and onsite rentals.
Several local attractions beckon sightseers to the surrounding area. Explore the Butterfly Palace and Rainforest Adventure, witness jaw-dropping sights in Ripley’s Believe It or Not!, ride a coaster in Silver Dollar City and see giants at the Dinosaur Museum. Local restaurants include the Branson Taco Shack, Billy Bob’s Dairy Land and Scooter’s Sports Grill. Stock up on supplies at Camping World of Springfield to the north.
Fox Den RV & Campground, West Yellowstone, Montana
Located just nine blocks from Yellowstone National Park’s west entrance, Fox Den RV Campground is a meticulously maintained campground that puts guests close to the area’s top attractions. Campers can stay in one of the shaded and level pull-through sites as well as in back-in sites. Sites have 30- or 50-amp power and offer ample room for slide-outs and awnings. Elsewhere in the park, amenities include restrooms and showers, laundry facilities, ice and onsite rentals.
Old Faithful is just 30 miles away, and the surrounding national park and forest service land provides lots of opportunities for hiking, horseback riding, mountain biking and sightseeing. Prefer to take a break from driving? The Grizzly & Wolf Discovery Center, Yellowstone IMAX Theatre, Museum of Yellowstone and Playmill Theatre all lie within walking distance. Also, scheduled bus tour pickups are available to all Yellowstone attractions.
Leafy Oaks Campground, Clyde, Ohio
This scenic northern Ohio campground sits between Cleveland and Toledo and occupies 60 scenic and 24 wooded acres. Amenities include pull-through sites, licensed camp store, swimming pond, dump station and honey wagon.
Visitors will find lots to keep them busy. There’s a swimming pond, wooded hiking trails and a fishing lake. Nearby attractions include Cedar Point Amusement Park, Black Swamp Bird Observatory and Mad RiverRailroad Museum.