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  • Published on May 25, 2018
    6 State Parks that RVers Love

    Looking for some inspiration for your next RV adventure? Well luckily you clicked this link!

    It’s sometimes easy to forget how vast the U.S. actually is.  The U.S. is incredibly diverse, with natural beauties ranging from beaches to forests and everything in-between.

    Huntington State Beach

    Location: Orange County, California (about an hour and a half south of LA).

    An RV surfer’s paradise. Late spring into fall is the best time to catch a few waves because the swells are oncoming from the South, perfect for the prime wave.  Don’t worry if hanging ten isn’t your thing- there is plenty to do and see at Huntington State Beach! Have a bonfire and makes some s’mores with the beach’s provided bonfire pits, rent a beach cruiser, watch and cheer on the annual Surf Open, or go fishing! This beach has a wonderful mix of rocky tide pools full of critters you can’t see just anywhere. Indulge in the ideal California getaway, and you’ll never be far from something interesting!

    More about this park here: Click Here


    Milo McIver State Park

    Location: Estacada, Oregon (about 45 minutes from Portland)

    Down for a week-long adventure? You can have it at this peaceful park. Not the most popular, but lovely all the same, there are wonderful fields, forests, and even a river to enjoy and explore. This park is ideal for more relaxed trips and is perfect for families since they have special family- friendly activities. Picnics, crafts, fishing, kayaking, and horseback riding are all available. If you’re one that’d prefer to stay away from the river, there’s a golf course for you to enjoy. Go ahead and have a ball!

    Find out more at: Click Here

    Mille Lacs Kathio State Park

    Location: Onamia, Minnesota

    Mille Lacs State Park is an incredible archeological site on a lake with nearly 10,000 years of human history recorded in artifacts you can see for yourself. There are trails you can walk and even 100 foot tall observation towers you can climb in order to get a wonderful view of the entire area. There’s even a beach where you can enjoy boating, swimming, etc. In the winter, the lake won’t be available, but you can enjoy skiing, sledding, and other snow sports that are exclusive to that time of year. In every area of the park, here are nature observing opportunities along with other landscape wonders.  More information at: Click Here

    Henry Cowell Redwoods State Park

    Location: Felton, California (15 minutes from Santa Cruz)

    California beaches and cities have their charm, but this park in northern California showcases the lush forests and alternate side of the state. The legendary, gigantic redwood trees are quite the site and have extensive history full of diverse wildlife you’re free to observe and find. Not just that, but you’re able to see the Santa Cruz mountains, as well as the grassland, river, and sand hills, which all have their own wonders. Camping, fishing, horseback riding, hiking, swimming, and boating are all excellent things to do when you’re not staring in wonder at the largest, nearly 300 foot tall tree, the biggest in the park.  More on this park here: Click Here

    Florida Caverns State Park

    Location: Marianna, Florida (the Florida Pan Handle)

    This one is quite the treat. Florida Caverns Park is one of the only state parks in the country and the only one in Florida that has air-filled caves that can be toured by the public. The caves are full of geographical wonders that are amazing to see. It’s not just a cave though- a nearby spring and river provide a wonderful spot for fishing, boating, and canoeing. And if you happen to bring your horse on the rode with you, they even have stables and trails for horseback riding. Complete with a golf course, this place is a uniquely historical park that is worth the trip for something different.  Find out more at Click Here

    Trinidad Lake State Park

    Location: four miles west of Trinidad, Colorado

    If you’re one for watersports, Trinidad Lake is where you want to be! The lake is full of fish different kinds of fish ready to be caught and the mild climate allows setting up a base camp while you go off on the scenic, bike-friendly trails a cinch. Boating is a must, but if you have the stomach for it, there are hunting and shooting ranges and horseback riding. If you go during the right time of year, you could even enjoy some snow and skiing! View some wildlife or visit surrounding local attraction for some good old fashioned fun.  More here: Click Here

    So much to do and so much to see, so don’t hesitate and treat yourself to a great time at a fantastic park.

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