Best Places to RV Vacation This Spring Break


There is nothing like the joy of spring break. After months of enduring the daily grind, spring break gives us that much-needed time to explore, relax and spend quality with family and friends. Whether you’re itching to soak up the sun or spend some time on the slopes, here are some of the best places to take an RV rental for a vacation this spring break. 

Key West, Florida

From beautiful beaches to fun excursions, Key West is a top spring break destination. Spend your day soaking up the sun at Smathers Beach, a mile-long stretch of pristine white sand along the coastline. Venture to downtown Key West — otherwise known as the infamous Duval Street — to enjoy beachside boutiques, waterfront dining, nightly live music and dancing. Visitors can also get their history fix at The Ernest Hemingway Home & Museum; home to one of America’s most respected authors for more than 10 years, the unique property is surrounded by clear tropical waters and lush palm trees.

Local RV Campgrounds: 
-    Boyd’s Key West Campgrounds 
-    Leo’s Campground Key West

Aspen, Colorado

Take a break from the beach and embrace your inner ski bum in Aspen, CO. Consisting of four iconic mountain ranges — Snowmass, Aspen Mountain, Aspen Highlands and Buttermilk — the area offers countless miles of pristine powder, multiple terrain parks and backcountry trails for all skill levels. The family-friendly town is filled with historic sights, shopping centers, world-class resorts and more than 100 delicious restaurants to create an unforgettable spring break experience. Aspen also offers a vibrant mix of arts and culture, including the renowned Wheeler Opera House which features live entertainment every night of the week. 

Local RV Campgrounds: 
-    Carbondale/Crystal River Campgrounds
-    Rock Gardens Mobile Home & Camper Park 

Lake Travis, Texas

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One of Texas’ crowned jewels, Lake Travis attracts visitors from across the United States with its 63.7 miles of clear blue waters, nightly entertainment and close proximity to lively Austin, Texas. Whether you prefer to be the captain of your own ship or join one of the many community cruises, the lake is filled with exciting options fit for all ages. While the area is filled with various waterfront restaurants, guests must visit the lake’s most famous venue, Oasis on Lake Travis. Sitting 450-feet above the water, the 30,000-square-foot restaurant is the largest outdoor eatery in Texas and offers great eats, live music and spectacular sunset views. 

Local RV Campgrounds: 
-    La Hacienda RV Resort and Cottages 
-    Open Air Resorts – RV Park & Campground 

Sequoia National Park, California

Surrounded by sky-piercing sequoias, deep canyons and powerful waterfalls, Sequoia National Park is a top destination for anyone looking to recharge this spring break. The park is filled with natural wonders like the General Sherman Tree and Moro Rock, as well as miles of scenic hiking trails. Visitors can stay at any of the four cozy mountain lodges or the variety of well-kept campsites. Depending on the weather conditions, Sequoia National Park also makes for a thrilling cross-country ski destination. After your outdoor adventures, enjoy a relaxing dinner at one of the area’s many restaurants and cocktail lounges. If you’re looking for some more spectacular sights, check out Yosemite National Park. Read our guide for a complete list of Yosemite RV parks and campgrounds.

Local RV Campgrounds:
-    Sequoia RV Ranch
-    Sequoia Resort & RV Park 

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