This state park is situated inside the Cascade Range and Modoc Plateau natural region, and is set in a gorgeous forest. It has five miles of stream and lake shoreline, including Lake Britton, and amazing hikes.
There is also the gorgeous 129 foot Burney Falls waterfall that alone is worth the trip. The campground is also very nice, with a beach, boat ramp, camp store and more.
Address: 165 South Dolliver St, Pismo Beach, CA 93449
Phone: (805) 773-1811
Main site: 400 RV
This is a gem of a location and RV resort park with all the amenities imaginable. Super for convenience, even direct access to the sands of the Pacific Coast and a bridge that connects the RV park to the quaint little Central California town. Full hook up, clean hot showers, onsite restaurant, camp store, picnic tables at each site and so much more. Hiking, biking, wine tasting, shopping, great restaurants and more.
This State Park located on the Central coast of California about 6 - 7 miles south of Morro Bay and Los Osos is a great place to camp and accommodates RV's up to 27 feet. There are no hook ups, flush toilets or dump stations however the RV sites do have firepits, there is a camp store and camp host and firewood is available for sale... but the beauty of being nestled in this State Park is that it is located away from town a few miles or so down a country road. You will love the hiking available along the cliffs over the ocean and beach access to Spooners Beach just outside the campground. Dogs are welcome on Spooners Beach and at your campsite but not on the hiking trails.
First Landing State Park is just a phenomenal place. Sites are wooded and the beach is accessible by several short walkways. The RV sites have hook-ups. We chose to dry camp and use our own shower and toilet.
We took advantage of the nearby Rite-Aid’s Amazon Locker!
https://rvlifestyle.com/rving-on-the-texas-gulf-coast/ Just down the coast from Galveston is the city of Corpus Christi and its famous Mustang Island State Park, where RVers can park right on the beach if conditions are favorable. In addition to swimming, hiking, fishing, and paddling, the park offers guided nature tours for those interested in the geology and wildlife on the island.
Galveston Island State Park, 14901 FM3005, Galveston, TX 77554, USA
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https://rvlifestyle.com/rving-on-the-texas-gulf-coast/ About 30 camping spaces are located at the state park, ranging from $15-$20 per night, with monthly rates available. All sites include water and picnic tables, with electricity available at some. Restrooms and showers are provided. Reservations recommended.
One of my favorite RV parks is the Sea and Sand RV Park. That is because of its wonderful, beachfront location, which is within walking distance from the beach.
Let the crashing waves lull you to sleep each night. You can also take a short walk to find shells, agates, and even Japanese fishing floats along the sandy shores. Or, try to spot whales from the ocean views.
19. Avalon State Park, North Highway A1A, Fort Pierce, FL, USA
5400-5434 Florida A1A, Fort Pierce, FL 34949, USA
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The park is home to a variety of wildlife. You can spot migrating herons, egrets, osprey, and bald eagles.
You may even see threatened and endangered sea turtles, like the Loggerhead, Atlantic Green, and Leatherback. They nest on the beach during the spring and summer.
It’s fairly remote and there’s over a mile of undeveloped beachfront along the Atlantic which makes it a great spot to set up for the day.
To learn more about Avalon State Park and things to do and see in Port St. Lucie, Florida, check out our blog post here:
Visit some of Florida’s best beaches on the Treasure Coast at Jensen Beach and Stuart Beach.
An interesting bit of history you’ll find here is that from 1895 to 1920, Jensen Beach was known as the “Pineapple Capital of the World”.
To read more about Jensen beach about things you can do and see at Port St. Lucie, Florida, head over to our blog: