National parks are always a good choice for an RV vacation and the National Park Service website, nps.gov, is a great resource for planning your visit.
For family-friendly campgrounds that offer more activities for kids, check out the KOA and Jellystone Park web sites. While features at individual locations will vary, it’s not hard to find a campsite that has a place for kids to swim or do crafts, or for the whole family to watch a movie under the stars .
Destination campgrounds usually have a swimming pool and planned activities to keep the whole family busy. Many also have Wi-Fi access, if you need to stay connected.
At popular family destinations, it’s best to make your campsite reservation early. In some cases, as much as two to three months in advance. On holiday weekends in particular, campgrounds fill up quickly.
If you’re looking for trips that will require only one tank of gas, check out the Woodall’s One Tank Trip 2009 feature. This informative source describes short-distance trips in the U.S. and Canada. You will have to become a member of the site, but membership is free.
Another RV camping website is GoCampingAmerica, maintained by the National Association of RV Parks & Campgrounds.
Are US Senior RVrs given free access or reduced access to National Parks in Canada? Is there any way Senior Canadian RVrs have free or reduced access to US National Parks?