Top Campgrounds! 5 BUCKET LIST RV Resorts for RV Life (Big Rig Friendly)

Over the past 4 years of traveling in our RV we’ve stayed at dozens of campgrounds. Each year, we make a video to let you know about top campgrounds we picked must see campgrounds (including Big Rig Friendly camping spots⬇️⬇️ Click Show More ⬇️⬇️

5 Bucket List Campgrounds:

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00:00 Intro
01:46 #1 Gouldings in Monument Valley, Utah –
Why we love it – the views are amazing, private hiking and walking trails right at the campground.
What to know if you go – internet service and cell service are poor in the whole region. Plan on being “unplugged” for most of the time.
Things to see: The Forest Gump road, Mexican hat, etc.

03:56 #2 Disney’s Fort Wilderness, Orlando, FL
Why we love it – the whole Disney experience is top notch! Lots of things to do and it feels like you are in the woods.
What to know if you go – book way in advance especially around peak times like Christmas, Halloween, etc.
Things to see: rent a golf cart and drive around the campgrounds (or ride bikes) – Disney parks and transportation (ferry’s, etc).

06:08 #3 Pacific Dunes RV Oceano, CA
What we love about it – The dunes! These are amazing and you can climb them and head to the beach or sled down the dunes, it’s amazing!
What to know if you go – The Campground it self isn’t anything to write home about, but the dunes! Also, it’s part of the Thousands Trails system, so if you are a TT member that’s a plus.
What to see/where to go: Climb the dunes! Santa Cruz within a 30 min drive, Pismo Beach, the cinnamon rolls from Old West Cinnamon Rolls

09:06 #4 Watchman Campground Zion National Park

Why we love it – The views! Close and easy access to the shuttles (when running) and hiking trails. We walked down to a creek and played in the water.
What to know if you go: Only water and electric sites, there is a dump station, also it was a tight fit with a 40 foot rig and our Jeep on the site.
What to see/where to go: Hiking, scenic drives – The Narrows is a bucket list item and we are glad to have done that with our family!

11:20 #5 Ramblers Rest Campground
Why we love it: Convenient location to Gulf Coast beaches, near Sarasota FL
What to know if you go: It’s a Thousand Trails park – so if you are a TT member, bonus! You can also stay at Thousand Trails parks WITHOUT being a member! I get discount codes often in my email so make sure to sign up for TT emails.
What to see/where to go: Casperson beach – look for shark teeth, Venice beach, Siesta Beach, Sarasota. Tons to do in this area of Florida!

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