Memphis is a hot spot for RV campers on road trip adventures.
Memphis might be best known for its music scene, but this busy city is surrounded by parks, forests, and the mighty Mississippi River, meaning it's a great basecamp for RV adventures. Head into town to explore the city’s most famous attractions like Graceland and Beale Street, then get out and stay at RV campsites in the natural areas nearby. Whether you're hopping out of your rig for hiking in Meeman-Shelby Forest, paddling among the cypress groves in Reelfoot Lake State Park, or hitting the OHV trails at Natchez Trace, you'll find plenty of outdoor activities to keep you entertained. Large area RV parks offer full hookups, restrooms, and family-friendly amenities, as do RV sites at Fort Pillow and T.O. Fuller (set within city limits) state parks. Smaller campervans and RVs have more options at secluded private campsites with varying amenities. Check for maximum trailer lengths and available hookups when booking.