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Old 02-26-2015, 02:01 PM   #15
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The Springs at Borrego RV Resort, Borrego Springs, CA

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Newbie here, I'm looking for some ideas for my future travel plans and it would be great to hear from people who were very happy with a rv resort, the places with great amenitys, activities, etc. Just want to get a bucket list started of the "best" must see places in the USA. Places that you would recomend, or go back to again and again. Looking forward to hearing and learning from everyones experiances.
Too many to list but if I had to pick one I'd probably go with The Springs at Borrego RV Resort, Borrego Springs, CA.

The Springs at Borrego RV Park, Anza-Borrego Desert State Park, California
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Our favorite is Seven Feathers, Canyonville, OR. Home - Seven Feathers RV Resort

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One of the best parks in the west is Seven Feathers RV Park which is associated with a casino. The park is beautiful and the area is beautiful. It is located in Canyonville, OR.
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3 so far.

Las Vegas Motorcoach Resort. Off the strip, quiet and beautiful.

Pacific Shores Motorcoach Resort in Newport, OR. Because the views are spectacular and the grounds and amenities are terrific.

And while older and smaller, Chula Vista RV Resort in Chula Vista Calif, just because it's lots of fun.
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Winstar Casino RV Park....beautiful, big lots, even have sprinkler system for nice thick grass.....Thackerville, OK. 24-7 shuttle to the casino, new facilities, pool, clubhouse, showers, super wide lots, lots of extra room, not cramped....pictures are of the Winstar facility

WinStar World Casino and Resort : park n play

Also, LOVE the Texan RV Park in Athens, TX. Big nice sites, beautiful lake nearby, excellent new facilities, large sites, nice and wide keeping your neighbors at a nice distance so you don't feel sardine canned in.........

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I'll take them all. I've traveled the lower 48 and Alaska on a Goldwing, camping all along the way. My wife and I have just purchased a 2008 Gulfstream and I CAN'T WAIT to hit the road and check out some of the places mentioned above and find some new ones as well. I'm not familiar with the RV resorts, but ready to learn.
The pics make me want the road even more...I can feel the relaxation in each one.
Enjoy the ride and make many memories along the way.
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I'll take them all. I've traveled the lower 48 and Alaska on a Goldwing, camping all along the way. My wife and I have just purchased a 2008 Gulfstream and I CAN'T WAIT to hit the road and check out some of the places mentioned above and find some new ones as well. I'm not familiar with the RV resorts, but ready to learn.
The pics make me want the road even more...I can feel the relaxation in each one.
Enjoy the ride and make many memories along the way.
Here's a good one in Ludington, Michigan: Vacation Station RV Resort:
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What was the best RV park you have ever stayed at?

Bay Crest RV Park just outside of Homer, AK. We were up in a cliff overlooking the water with the mountains across from us. Fireweed was growing on the cliff.
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. Too far for a weekend camping trip but truly the prettiest place we have ever camped!
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Jalama Beach, California - North West of Santa Barbara and South of Lompoc.
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Lake George RV Park in NY, Pirateland in Myrtle Beach SC
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1) Mill Creek Ranch Resort Canton Texas.
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3 so far for us as well.


Cherry Hill RV park just outside DC in Maryland. Fantastic Amenities. Well laid out. Has it's own transit stop to take you to the train to get into DC.


Phoenix RV Park in Salem, Oregon - Top notch park. Spotless. Beautiful sites.


Pacific Shores Motorcoach Resort in Newport, Oregon. Location, location, location.
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Still, for us , Hilton Head Island RV Resort has been our favorite, site #42 I think, right on the water with the marina out front........
Lots of stuff to do there and Savannah is just right down the road....
I live on Hilton Head and like everyone who live somewhere nice, we take it for granted. I took my wife on our anniversary to HHI Outdoor resorts and loved it, great RV park and it was fun playing tourist for the weekend. Best part our Motor Home used less then 1 gallon of fuel. We stayed on a site like the one in your pictures (overlooking the docks)
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