Find Your Perfect RV Campgrounds
Planning your adventures can be a lot of fun. You need to decide what kind of RV campgrounds experience you are looking for. Do you want a resort type campground with a pool, hot tub, lots of activities and people to talk to? Or, is your ideal camping trip away from everything so you can enjoy nature and get away from it all? Whatever you you dream of, you can make happen. It is a good idea to check the reviews for a campground before you make a reservation.
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RV Campgrounds in Gulf Shores
Planning a beach vacation? Here is a list of the best campgrounds in Gulf Shores with amazing amenities and close to the white sand beaches of the Gulf of Mexico
The easiest way to find any kind of campground is to use AllStays Campgrounds. The website is super easy to navigate and you can filter for any kind of campground you are looking for: private, state, county, public lands, Army Corps of Engineers, KOA and even camping clubs like Passport America. Choose a state and then either click all or a certain city. You can also search for parks with certain amenities such as pools. There is an app that you can download but I think it is easier to get familiar with AllStays first and then use the app.
Army Corps of Engineers campgrounds are well maintained and usually offer very large sites with amazing views. You won’t feel like you are camping in a parking lot. Most are located next to some sort of body of water making them great for fishing and boating.
Electric and water hookup are available at most of them but sewer hookups are not. You will use the dump station located at the exit of the parks.
Online reservations are available and fees start at around $12 per night.
If your idea of camping is out enjoying nature with no planned activities and are set up to not need to hook up to electric, sewer and water then you might really enjoy staying at one of the Bureau of Land Management camping areas and they best part? Most of them are FREE!
You can camp for free on land operated by the Bureau of Land Management for up to 14 days and some land that is operated by the US Forestry Service. There are even some county and city parks that allow free camping or very low fee to encourage travellers to stay in their area.
The website www.FreeCampsites.net has an interactive map to locate these campsites and also shows rules/regulations for each one, user reviews and photos.
Camping Memberships Can Save You Money When Booking RV Campgrounds
Want to save 50% off your camping fees while you are out exploring? Join Passport America for just $44 per year and save 50%. Restrictions apply so make sure you read the details but it has already save us hundreds of dollars. You can use your discount immediately and there is a travel planner to help you decide where you want to go.
Travel memberships such as Passport America are a great way to save money on the cost of staying in a campground. A lot of these campgrounds have pools, planned activities and all have full hookups. There are some really great campgrounds in their network and some not so great. Just make sure you do a little homework before you book a reservation.
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