This is where colonial history and outdoor adventure collide for RV campers.
From the sand dunes of Assateague National Seashore to the lush Blue Ridge peaks of Shenandoah National Park, there’s no doubt that Virginia is for nature-lovers. Whether you’re getting out of your rig to chase whitewater at Great Falls National Park in the north, peep wild ponies at Grayson Highlands State Park, or kayak the James River in Richmond, you’ll never be far from adventure. Summers can get hot, so head for the Atlantic coast when temperatures rise. In addition to warm water and gentle waves, spots like First Landing State Park also offer a hefty dose of Virginia history. RV campgrounds are available across many of Virginia’s state parks, most of which have full hookups and are pet-friendly. More secluded sites might have fewer amenities, but let you truly get off the grid.