The beauty and diversity of the East Coast makes it a perfect RV travel destination. With a considerable segment of the snowbird community comprised of recreational vehicle users, finding your second family among fellow RVers is easy. Enjoy an awesome world of history, scenery and culture along with unique regional cuisines as you explore the East Coast, from the exceptional sights and sounds of Boston, New York, Washington, DC and Philadelphia, to the rugged coast of Maine.
Cape Cod National Seashore in Massachusetts
Protected within the national seashore, Cape Cod is where a diverse and vibrant scientific community has made its home. Representing various skill levels and disciplines, the community comprises staff scientists, university researchers, volunteers, technicians and scientists from different state and federal agencies. Enjoy cultural landscapes, lighthouses and wild cranberry bogs and stroll along marshes, ponds, forty miles of pristine sandy beach, and uplands that support various species. Enjoy the vast collection of marine and estuarine systems, terrestrial systems and freshwater ecosystems where your kids could learn more than a thing or two.
Hammonasset Beach State Park in Connecticut
Spend more than just another day at the beach in Connecticut’s largest shoreline park. Explore over two miles of beach and go swimming, walking along the boardwalk or simply enjoying the sun and surf. This is the state’s largest beach park, boasting more than 550 grassy campsites in which to commune with nature.
Crown Point Campground in New Hampshire
With an awesome 46 acres of camping situated in the panoramic Lakes Region of New Hampshire, Crown Point Campground offers the perfect central spot from which you can start off on a short drive to Seacoast area, the White Mountains or even the Coast of Maine. The campground boasts a heated pool, available on summer weekends and holidays to 70 degrees, a sandy beach feeding a spring and stream, plus a 6.5-acre pond, all of which give you all the swimming you want. The campground also offers wagon rides, planned activities, a large beach, a recreation hall, a game room and a basketball court. Camper rentals are available plus free web access points.
Smugglers’ Notch State Park in Vermont
A narrow pass winding through the Green Mountains, Smugglers’ Notch State Park is a relocated campground featuring sites that have been spread out to a broader expanse, with an impressive new restroom facility that brings together alternative energy and a location that provides an effortless channel to Bingham Falls. This state park has all the carefully relocated and restored historic structures constructed by the pioneering conservationists, the Civilian Conservation Corps.
Lone Pine Campsites in Vermont
Undoubtedly the favorite family campground in the state, Lone Pine Campsites provides the ultimate camping experience in Vermont nestled in one of the most gorgeous locations there, the Lake Champlain Valley. Just a stone’s throw from Malletts Bay, Lone Pine Campsites boasts 265 capacious campsites located 15 minutes from downtown Burlington and hedged with native trees, along with fantastic wildlife. RVers have a variety of hookup options to choose from. The campsite also welcomes tent campers.