A slew of RV Parks joined the Good Sam Network in August, giving campers more places to stay and save across North America. Look for new Good Sam parks below (organized by state) and find a spot close to your own neck of the woods.
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Dream Catcher Campground & Lodge, Graeagle, California
This Northern California park offers RV camping amid towering trees, but that’s not the only way to stay for guests. Glampers can lodge in rustic rooms or renovated trailers that are appointed in trendy furniture and designs. Tenting also is available in beautiful sites. For RV travelers, the full-hookup spaces come with 30- to 50-amp service, with many that include a fire ring and picnic table. Other amenities in the park include complimentary Wi-Fi and clean showers. When guests aren’t hitting the trails that snake through the forest, they can sit down to beer and wine or relax in the newly renovated recreation room.
Eagle Lake RV Park, Susanville, California
Situated on the banks of a gorgeous Northern California lake, Eagle Lake RV Park puts guests within a stone’s throw of fantastic recreation. Drop a line from the resort’s fishing dock, or go boating on the lake’s clear surface. Nearby, a marina provides for your boating and fishing needs. Go fishing with the NorthState Guide Service to catch hefty trout along with tui chub and Tahoe sucker. An onsite bike rental gives guests the chance to explore the surrounding wooded landscapes on well-manicured trails. The campground’s paved, roomy sites provide 30- and 50-amp power. Take advantage of one of the pull-through sites and relax around the picnic table and fire ring that comes with each spot.
Campers World on Hopeville Lake, Jewett City, Connecticut
Discover a wooded wonderland in eastern Connecticut. Campers World on Hopeville Pond offers seasonal sites for long-term stays. Sites range from a sprawling hilltop site to lots that are close to the water. Activities include fishing, kayaking and canoeing on the placid pond, along with mountain biking and basketball. Get social with the fun-loving community and relax to a fine flick during movie night. Ninety full-hookup sites are available with room for slideouts. Take advantage of the fire rings and picnic tables at each site.
The Sawmill Station, Clayton, Idaho
Nestled in the mountains of central Idaho, Sawmill Station gives guests the peace and quiet that they won’t find in busy urban environments. Wildlife watchers can spy moose and bear roaming the terrain, while anglers can haul in hefty bass and more at the nearby Salmon River. Hit the trail with outstanding hiking, or disappear in a cloud of dust on one of the OHV & ATV recreation trails. River rafting and hunting also are on the menu for outdoor lovers seeking the full Idaho experience. For RV travelers, the 50 big-rig-friendly spaces keep you comfortable with full hookups, free Wi-Fi and fuel available at the park. Resupply at the country store and dine on a delicious meal at the bistro restaurant.
Hidden Valley Mobile Home & RV Park, Hollister, Missouri
Discover a community that embraces country living while putting guests close to one of North America’s most exciting entertainment meccas: Branson. With full-hookup with patios and room for slideouts, RVers will feel at home. Drop a line in the stream to get warmed up, then venture to Table Rock Lake to the west, where robust fishing and endless boating engage fun-seekers. A short drive to the north, Branson’s numerous attractions compete for your attention.
Wendy Oaks RV Resort, Florence, Mississippi
Camp near a beautiful 8-acre lake in Florence, just 12 miles south of the state capital in Jackson. Take advantage of the big rig sites as well as the 100-foot-long pull-through sites for plenty of room. Mostly shaded, each site is serviced with 30- and 50-amp power. Explore the lake on paddleboards or launch your boat via the boat ramp. In Jackson, visitors can bask in Southern hospitality in a city that maintains a small-town feel.
Bozeman Trail Campground, Bozeman, Montana
This slice of Big Sky Country is immense in recreation possibilities. Hone your fly-fishing skills in some of the many streams that run through town. Venture outside for more fishing opportunities. In town, several colorful restaurants serve up some of Montana’s best food. About 100 miles to the south, Yellowstone National Park bursts with larger-than-life attractions, from big bison, bears and wolves to the jaw-dropping Yellowstone Falls. Back at home base, the park welcomes guests with plenty of amenities. Forty-six gravel site accommodate RVers with full hookups and tables at every site. More than half are pull-through sites.
Big Arm Resort & Marina, Polson, Montana
Overlooking Flathead Lake, this resort puts guests just a short distance from Glacier National Park. Launch a boat from the park’s marina and drop a line for lake trout, yellow perch and whitefish. Use the ramp for your own boat, or simply go kayaking and canoeing on the sprawling lake. The park’s 30 concrete sites have ample room for slideouts with tables on site. Take a day trip to Glacier for spectacular sights, then relax the evening away at your site’s patio.
Choteau Mountain View Campground, Choteau, Montana
On the eastern slope the Rocky Mountains, Choteau sits in proximity to the Big Sky State’s biggest attractions. One-hundred miles to the north, Glacier National Park attracts visitors to some of the most beautiful views in America, earning its place as the “Crown of the Continent.” About 100 miles to the south, the state capital of Helene hosts attractions like Reeder’s Alley, an intact piece of Old West history. The park’s 44 pull-through sites provide ample room for larger RVs, with 50-amp power available and tables at each site. RV supplies and firewood keep RV travelers well-stocked for adventures down the road.
Stecoah Valley RV Resort, Robbinsville, North Carolina
Stecoah Valley RV Resort in western North Carolina RV sits within the Smoky Mountains and is bordered by nationally protected forests. Guests can explore abundant forests, mountain ranges and pristine creeks and rivers. Outdoor opportunities are abundant and include hiking, fishing, whitewater rafting, boating, rock climbing, mountain biking, scenic driving, nature photography, horseback riding, camping, skiing, snowboarding and sledding at nearby attractions like Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Joyce Kilmer Memorial Forest, Fontana Lake and Fontana Dam, Cherohala Skyway, Tail of the Dragon, Lake Santeetlah, Nantahala National Forest, Snowbird Backcountry Area, Slickrock Creek Wilderness Area, Appalachian Trail and Whitewater Adventures. With all that activity, travelers will need a place to recharge, and that’s where stecoah Valley RV Resort comes in. Enjoy roomy sites with ample Wi-Fi and recreation.
Hidden Valley Camping Resort, Mifflinburg, Pennsylvania
Fifty-five miles north of Harrisburg, this park engages guests with a slew of fun-filled activities. At Hidden Valley, the fun starts with bingo on Friday nights along with several family activities for Saturday. On Sunday, Church Services and Sunday School are offered. When guests aren’t participating in structured pastimes, they can enjoy amenities like 2 Swimming pools, paddle boats, miniature golf, fishing, softball field and games that include shuffleboards, horseshoes, volleyball and basketball. Wear in those new boots on the hiking trail and relax on one of the camping sites ranging from pull-through, full-hookup with water, electric (50/30 amp service), sewer connections and cable TV. There also are primitive tent sites for the camping purist. Not far from the park is the Susquehanna River, a great destination for boating and fishing.
Barefoot RV Resort, North Myrtle Beach, South Carolina
Located on one of the Atlantic Coast’s favorite playgrounds, Barefoot RV Resort invites travelers into a laid-back environment where guests can go from one end of the park to the other via golf carts. It’s a one-minute ride to the beach, grocery store, gas station, fast food, ABC store, and other places all over the Grand Strand. The park’s large concrete pads easily accommodate 50-foot RVs and have generous, green grassy areas around them. Lounge by the pool or rent one of the tiny homes.
American Campground, Del Rio, Texas
Folks at Lake Amistad take their fishing seriously. In fact, the lake is the site of championship tournaments, where top names in the sport come to haul in hefty catfish and more. Get a front seat to all the action and haul in some hefty catches yourself by staying at American Campground, just across the street. The park is within striking distance to some of the state’s top attractions, including Big Bend National Park, Laughlin Air Force Base and Eagle Pass Casino. Nearby is Black Brush Boat Ramp, Diablo East Boat Ramp for folks who want to waste no time getting into the water. Feel like relaxing in your rig? You’ll have all the comforts you need. Most sites are pull-through and there are several big rig sites. Cool off at the pool between adventures.
Stay A While RV Park, Murchison, Texas
Stay awhile RV Park gives guests plenty of room to roam. The park occupies 47 acres of land, including a 7-acre fishing pond. It’s an ideal place to conduct a group event like a club rally or reunion. Spacious, full-hookup sites give campers lots of elbow room with scenic surroundings. Catch some bass, catfish, perch or just take a walk in wooded surroundings. To the northeast, Dallas entertains visitors with sophisticated thrills.