Most RVs can't be parked overnight in parking lots when you're traveling. Most good parks that accept RVs book up quickly during popular holidays. So, what's your first priority when you're planning a trip? Right here, we'll help you find great camping spots, and like-minded campers to travel with too.
National Traffic and Road Closure Information from the Federal Highway Administration provides links to many information sources.
There are many RV clubs and associations: national, regional, state. Club websites have many resources to assist members with planning and enjoyable travel. Most club memberships are inexpensive so consider joining more than one. Here is a national club:
The following sites provide links to more clubs:
There is at least one owner club for every make of RV. Some clubs focus on a single model RV. Here's the rvNetLinx page for RV Owners Clubs. You can also find clubs by entering the make of the RV and the words "club" and "association" in your favorite search engine.
Find RV friendly parks and campgrounds throughout the US using these sites.
Go Camping America provides a directory of RV parks and campgrounds that are members of the National Association of RV Parks & Campgrounds (ARVC).
Go RVing provides a directory of RV parks and campgrounds, other directories and a campground locator.
Campground memberships and discount camping clubs are also available.
For more resources check out these directories which contain RV related links organized by category: