Spring break is the perfect opportunity to enjoy the Great Outdoors and watch how nature comes to life. If you blend in some family fun and RV camping, the spring break will be the perfect time to build up everlasting moments.
Pirateland Family Camping Resort, Myrtle Beach, SC
This resort can be the place to play the “I am Captain Jack Sparrow” game and show that “amateur” – Johnny Depp, some tips of the trade. During 14-20 April the resort offers special fun packages consisting of scavenger hunts, three legs races and other goodies. If you will reach the place after 20th April you can enjoy sunbaths by the ocean, floating on the lazy river and visiting themed entertainment parks.
Tropical Palms RV Resort and Campground, Kissimmee, FL
Park your RV minutes away the Universal Studios, Sea World and other themed parks and play it on the double. During the day take your family to one of the theme parks to watch the wild animal shows, and in the evening enjoy a campsite fire and grill. Stargazing can also be a great way to spend the evening.
Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort, Lake Buena Vista, FL
While in Florida, there is one more rustic place to enjoy on spring break. Disney’s World resort, spread across 750 acres of cypress and pine forest offers a great family destination. A special bus can take you to the local attractions and you can enjoy horseback riding, canoeing, fishing or sliding down the water slide at the resort’s pool.
Tiger Run Resort, Breckenridge, CO
Families who seek a good spring tan and enjoy skiing can spend a week at the Tiger Run resort. You can come with your RV or you can check in at one of the chalets found in the neighborhoods.
Cherry Hill Park, College Park, MD
This place can offer a complete experience of visiting crowded museums and historical grounds, along with camping in a quiet area. You can leave your RV in Cherry Hill Parks and take the special bus to the zoo, the memorials, the Capitol and the festivities. In the evening you can relax in your RV.
New Orleans West Koa, Louisiana
Enjoy the jazzy lifestyle and the rich cuisine in the New Orleans this spring. There are lot of places to go, some historical, some sad memorials and some creepy ones, like the New Orleans cemetery no. 1, where the famous voodoo witch Marie Laveau is buried. Legend say if you paint 3 “x” on her grave you will bring luck upon yourself and your family.