Are you the type of RV camper that prefers boondocking or staying in luxury RV resorts? If you fall into the latter category, we have just the list for you!
Across America, there are a variety of camping options available to RVers. There’s a style suitable for every traveler, from dry camping on national forest land to state park campgrounds to luxurious RV resorts.
If you’re considering a luxury RV resort for your next vacation, check out these options. We’re sure you’ll find one that’s just right for you.
What Makes a Luxury RV Resort?
What sets luxury RV resorts apart from standard campgrounds usually comes down to amenities, setting, and activities available.
At the very least, they’ll have full hookups for your RV. Each site will offer water, sewer, and 30/50-Amp outlets. Many will also include a picnic table and grill at each spot for guests to use.
Another feature at luxury RV resorts that many RVers appreciate is spacious campsites. How often have you stayed at a campground only to find the spaces are nearly on top of each other? No one likes that! So having a bit of extra space to spread out is always lovely.
The amenities of RV resorts can play a big part in determining their luxury status. Some of the more luxurious resorts will include a pool, hot tub, cabanas, workout areas, and family activities like mini-golf.
We’ve identified luxury RV resorts in every region of the country. Whether you’re planning a trip to the southeast, Midwest, or west coast, you’ll find at least a few luxurious possibilities from our list.
#1 Bella Terra – Foley, AL
Located a short drive from the beaches of Gulf Shores, Alabama, this 5-star RV resort is all about luxury. Spread across 40 acres of lush green landscape, you may not even feel the need to leave the resort.
Bella Terra boasts a well-stocked 9-acre lake for “catch and release” fishing. Additionally, the resort offers a large infinity pool, jacuzzi, sauna, movie theater, and large clubhouse with an outdoor fire pit.
Their full-hookup RV sites give guests enough space to spread out and feel comfortable. Bella Terra is big rig-friendly and offers level concrete pads for RVs to park on. Their nightly rates start at $65, and their upgraded lots include gazebos, large patios, and firepits.
The small town of Foley, Alabama, offers wine tasting, shopping, a concert venue, and an amusement park.
#2 Verde Ranch RV Resort – Camp Verde, AZ
This Northern Arizona RV resort has nearly 400 full hookup sites offering 30/50-Amp service. Back-in and pull-through options are available, making it accommodating to larger rigs.
Verde Ranch has a lot of activities the whole family will enjoy. Everyone will find something fun to do, from Bocce Ball to horseshoes to a large pool and splash pad. Even your furry traveling buddies have a dog park they can run around in.
Camp Verde is home to the Montezuma Castle National Monument and the Out of Africa Wildlife Park. After exploring, grab some food and a beer at the Verde Brewing Company or one of the town’s many other dining options.
Winter rates start at $70 per night, with Good Sam, AAA, and military discounts available.
#3 The Springs at Borrego RV Resort – Borrego Springs, CA
If you’re planning to visit Anza-Borrego State Park, this RV resort should be high on your list of camping options. It’s a true luxury experience complete with mineral baths, a massage and wellness center, tennis courts, and a pool.
The winter months are the best time to visit the area. Temperatures range from the 70s during the day to around 50 degrees at night. Perfect for daytime hikes in the state park and stargazing around your RV in the evenings.
Dogs can experience their own luxury while playing in one of three dog parks at the resort.
The resort offers 163 spacious full hookup sites with cement pads starting at $67per night. Weekly and monthly rates are also available.
#4 Motorcoach Country Club – Indio, CA
Imagine an RV resort with a yacht club, private docks, an infinity pool, and an upscale private restaurant. That’s what you’ll find, plus so much more, at Motorcoach Country Club!
Kayakers and paddleboarders can enjoy two miles of a waterway that winds through the resort.
Indio is about a half-hour from Joshua Tree National Park. Spend the day walking among various desert landscapes and return to the resort for dinner at their 5-star Top of The Falls restaurant.
Many of the 400 lots are privately-owned, but they do have some available to rent on a nightly and weekly basis. Rates range from $114 to over $200 per night. According to their website, they’re not accepting reservations currently.
Pro Tip: If you head to Joshua Tree National Park, make sure to keep an eye out for The Most Dangerous Creatures in Joshua Tree.
#5 Newport Dunes Waterfront Resort and Marina – Newport Beach, CA
Coastal RV camping in California isn’t always easy to find, especially for larger rigs. But Newport Dunes has sites suitable for just about every size RV.
Located near the shores of the Pacific Ocean, this RV resort features a water park, multiple pools, cabanas, and movies on the beach. You’ll be 15 minutes away from the Balboa Pier. There, you can take a whale-watching boat tour or ride bikes around Balboa Island.
Each site includes full hookups with 20/30/50-Amp service. Winter rates start at $67 per night, and summer rates begin at $83 per night. Beachfront spots are available if you really want a luxury RV experience at this resort.
#6 Mountain Views at River’s Edge – Creede, CO
Activities include fishing, paddle boating, game rooms in two community lodges, bocce ball, and horseshoes. And you’ll be near many miles of hiking trails a short distance from the resort.
All RV sites include full hookups with 30/50-Amp service and are spacious enough to fit large rigs. Daily rates are $75, and reservations are available from May through October.
#7 Everglades Isle – Everglades City, FL
Located in Southern Florida, Everglades Isle has a lot to offer inside the resort and in the surrounding area.
At this 55+ resort, guests can enjoy boating, kayaking, and fishing all within the resort area. Additionally, the expansive Lighthouse Clubhouse offers a fitness center, billiards, pool, Tiki Bar, and movie theater. Multiple dog runs are available for furry traveling companions.
Outdoor enthusiasts will love the proximity to Everglades National Park and Big Cypress National Preserve.
The park offers level, spacious sites with full hookups starting at $150 per night. You can make reservations from November through April.
#8 Bluewater Key – Key West, FL
What could be better than having your own private Tiki hut and seating area outside your RV? You can also reserve a bay-front or canal-front site to ramp up the luxury RV experience at this resort.
There are plenty of activities to enjoy inside the resort, such as boating, swimming, and fishing. But you’ll also have access to everything Key West has to offer. Water sports, biking, excellent dining options, museums, and shopping are plentiful in this popular Florida location.
Bluewater Key is open year-round, with the peak season being October through April. Rates start at $120 per night (off-peak) and $160 per night (peak) for full hookups with 30/50–Amp service.
#9 Normandy Farms Family Camping Resort – Foxboro, MA
Normandy Farms is considered one of the premier luxury RV resorts in the world! You won’t lack for anything during your stay here.
There are four pools, a massage center, bike park, disc golf course, multiple playgrounds, and a creative arts center. The adjacent Foxboro State Park offers over 20 miles of biking and hiking trails to enjoy the surrounding nature.
Even dogs get their own place to play in the Freedom Tail Park, which includes a dog wash and drinking fountain.
Nightly rates for full hookup sites range from $68 to $126. If your rig doesn’t need hookups, dry camping sites are available starting at $51 per night.
#10 Hearthside Grove Luxury Motorcoach Resort – Petoskey, MI
There’s a lot to enjoy and keep guests occupied at this luxury Michigan RV resort.
You can swim in the 82-degree heated pool year-round, play tennis or pickleball, and soak in the hot tub. Guests also have access to the on-site Ciderpress Club. Activities offered through the clubhouse include cooking classes, community movies, and a fitness center.
The town of Petoskey offers a lot for visitors who enjoy outdoor recreation and sightseeing. Rockhounds can head to the nearby beaches to search for the coveted Petoskey stone.
Rates start around $100 per night for full hookups on spacious paved lots large enough to accommodate big rigs.
#11 Mountain Falls Luxury Motorcoach Resort – Lake Toxaway, NC
Nestled within the North Carolina mountains, this RV resort has beautiful panoramic views to go along with its luxury amenities.
There’s a 9-hole golf course, bocce ball and pickleball courts, a fitness center, two pools, and a private clubhouse lodge.
The resort only allows Class A RVs 26 feet or longer, so larger rigs will have no problem here. Each of their spacious sites has hookups for water, sewer, and 30/50-Amp service.
Rates start at $120 per night, with some sites offering outdoor kitchens, BBQ, and patio areas.
#12 Seven Feathers RV Resort – Canyonville, OR
You might not think a 5-star RV resort would be a short distance away from an interstate. But Seven Feathers made it happen.
The resort offers an indoor heated pool, hot tub, walking and biking paths, a BBQ pavilion, and a fitness center. The Seven Feathers Casino is a short shuttle ride away with two restaurants, cocktail lounges, a cafe, and a live music venue.
A reviewer on Campendium.com, Brian, said, “There’s a reason they have a 5-star rating. Friendly staff, beautiful grounds, and nice RV sites. We’ve stayed here three times now and never disappointed!”
Full hookup sites start at $73 per night. Make sure to mention if you’re a Good Sam or AAA member as they offer discounts.
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#13 Sea Perch RV Resort – Yachats, OR
If an ocean view is something you’re dreaming of for your next luxury RV vacation, this resort will fulfill that dream.
This cozy beachfront resort has 29 full hookup paved sites. Each lot is spacious and has views of the ocean.
Yachats has miles of biking and hiking trails, birdwatching, rockhounding, and whale watching tours available. A half-hour north is Newport, Oregon, with fantastic seafood restaurants, an aquarium, and sand dunes to enjoy.
Nightly rates start at $85 from November to April and $95 from May through October.
#14 Carolina Pines RV Resort – Conway, SC
This resort has been called the Disney World of RV Parks by one Campendium reviewer, traderboyhn. It’s a big and little kid’s paradise with playgrounds, a mini-golf course, an arcade, and a bowling alley.
They also have two pools, a hot tub, a yoga studio, a pickleball court, and a fitness center. You won’t be at a loss for finding activities to keep yourself entertained while at this luxury RV resort.
Nightly rates here start at $66 per night for full hookups and all the fun amenities included.
Carolina Pines has some notoriety besides being a superb RV resort to visit. They were the focus of a recent news article as a former manager was arrested for stealing almost $1 Million from the campground. None of this impacted their visitors, so we hope this doesn’t sway you from staying there.
#15 Hilton Head Harbor Marina and RV Resort – Hilton Head, SC
If you’re into watersports, you’ll love this resort. They offer on-site activities like jet skiing, kayaking, paddleboarding, and dolphin tours.
If you just want to relax, they have two pools, a beautiful sun deck, a hot tub, and a sauna. Their 5-star restaurant is just one of many great dining options in the area.
The resort is located on Hilton Head Island, a short drive away from the Pinckney Island National Wildlife Refuge. Birdwatchers will love spending the day at the Refuge, taking in all the feathered wildlife.
All 200 RV sites offer full hookups. Rates start at $99 per night from October to February and $119 per night from March to September. Based on some recent reviews, it appears they don’t accept travel trailers or fifth wheels with slides.
#16 Hart Ranch Camping Resort Club – Rapid City, SD
This 5-star RV resort sits along the edge of the Black Hills National Forest. You’ll want to plan on staying at least a few days to explore the beautiful surrounding area.
The historic town of Deadwood is about a half-hour away. And Custer State Park, Wind Cave National Park, and Mt. Rushmore are all a short drive away.
The resort offers plenty of activities and amenities to keep you happy while on-site. You can play mini-golf, tennis, volleyball, disc golf, and shuffleboard. They even have a BMX racetrack!
Hart Ranch has over 400 spacious full hookup sites with level concrete pads to park on. The rates for peak season (May – September) are $75 per night. Ask about their membership option for even lower rates.
#17 Nashville Shores Lakeside Resort – Nashville, TN
Located just 10 minutes from downtown Nashville, this resort has a little something for everyone to enjoy.
There’s a full-scale waterpark, an adventure park with zip-lining, and jet ski and pontoon boat rentals available to guests. Papa Turney’s BBQ restaurant is a short walk away from your RV site when you’re hungry.
Shuttle service from the resort to Nashville and the Grand Ole Opry is also available.
Their 88 RV sites include full hookups with 30/50-Amp service on concrete pads. Lakefront, back-in, and pull-through sites are available from $65 to $95 per night.
#18 Stella Mare RV Resort – Galveston, TX
If an island vacation is what you want, this resort may be just the place for you! While it may not be a tropical location, Galveston Island still has plenty of beauty to enjoy.
No matter where you are in the resort, you’ll have expansive views of the Gulf of Mexico. Hang out in the pool or hot tub while the kids enjoy the giant splash pad.
There are also hiking trails, walking paths, ADA-accessible areas, two dog parks, and a playground.
Stella Mare welcomes sig rigs as each of its full hookup concrete pads is either 70’ or 90’ long. Nightly rates start at $40. Weekly and monthly reservations are available.
#19 Las Vegas Motorcoach Resort – Las Vegas, NV
In 2021, USA Today voted this resort as one of America’s Top 5 luxury RV resorts.
They offer a pool, hot tub, tennis courts, mini-golf, and fitness center for guests to enjoy.
Since it’s not on the Las Vegas Strip, the surrounding city noise isn’t an issue. Many commenters on Campendium have mentioned they’ve made multiple returns to this resort.
Note that the resort accepts Class A motorhomes only. No travel trailers, fifth wheels, Class B or C, or any other style is allowed.
Nightly rates start at $115 for full hook-up concrete pad sites with 50-Amp service.
#20 Zion River RV Resort – Virgin, UT
This resort is an excellent basecamp for visiting Zion National Park and other nearby Utah attractions. Rather than drive, use the on-site shuttle service to bring you into the park.
There are ample biking, hiking, and wildlife viewing areas just outside the resort. While you’re relaxing between adventures, enjoy the resort’s pool, hot tub, game room, and activity center. Your furry friends will also have fun running around the dog park.
Full hookup sites are available throughout the resort, with some sites located along the banks of the Virgin River. Nightly rates range from $43 to $86 per night, depending on your site’s location and time of year.
#21 Sugar Ridge RV Park – Danville, VT
How many other luxury RV resorts offer horse-drawn wagon rides? That’s just one of the fun activities available at Sugar Ridge. The whole family will enjoy spending time among maple and pine trees on this 68-acre resort.
The park backs up to the Lamoille Valley Rail Trail. This trail runs 93 miles across Vermont. In the Fall, the colors are spectacular and worth the visit alone.
There are two pools (one is heated), an arcade, an 18-hole mini-golf course, wagon rides, and a fishing pond.
The park has 150 RV sites ranging from full hookups to dry camping. Nightly rates range from $40 to $54, with weekly and monthly discounts available.
#22 Sun Lakes Park Resort – Coulee, WA
Located in central Washington, this final luxury RV resort on our list has a lot to offer visitors.
Their 152 RV sites are a short walk to Park Lake. You can rent a boat for the day, fish, swim, hike, bike, or play a round of golf. The whole family can also participate in the ultimate water balloon game in water wars!
Nearby Lake Lenore Caves offers hiking trails and a chance to view ancient petroglyphs carved in stone.
Nightly rates for full hookup 30-Amp service starts at $53. Some sites do have 50-Amp service but may have limited availability.
So Many Luxury RV Resorts to Choose From!
From watersports to hiking to horse-drawn wagons, there’s a luxury RV resort perfect for every traveler. Now that you have a wide range of parks to choose from, which one will you visit first?
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