MSN: 15 Great RV Campgrounds that are Worth Every Penny

Devils Garden Campground, Utah

If you’re getting antsy sitting around, it might be time to consider an RV life and get out to see the world. RVing is also a nice way to spend your time if you’re able to take an early retirement, according to a report by MSN.

Before you hit the road, it’s a good idea to research RVs to find the right one for your needs. You also might want to look into taking an RV driving course if this will be your first time driving a large vehicle.

Once you get your bags packed and have your keys in hand, check out some of these RV campgrounds that may be the perfect spot for your next adventure.

Edson Creek Campground, OregonLocated near the Oregon coastline, Edson Creek Campground is a perfect spot to get out in nature. You can explore the Pacific Ocean or fish for the day. You could also spend a day away from camp exploring local Oregon wineries in the area.

Devils Garden Campground, UtahArches National Park in Utah has become a favorite destination for campers who want to get out and explore the gorgeous landscape. The area includes plenty of opportunities for hiking, biking, and rock climbing.

Devils Garden Campground is the only campground in the park and spots fill up fast, so it’s a good idea to reserve a spot before you go.

Grand Canyon Railway Park, ArizonaLocated in northern Arizona, the Grand Canyon Railway RV Park is an easy location to park if you want to get a look at the Grand Canyon.

The park is located near the historic Grand Canyon Railway, which can take you into the park without driving your RV there or dealing with traffic on winding roads.

Find the full list on MSN here