There's nothing quite like an RV trip. Traveling by RV, you are in a home away from home, with living quarters that feel familiar and personal

Due to the bulky nature of RVs, it's not practical to visit every destination in a recreational vehicle. However, numerous places across the US are perfect spots to visit in an RV. Below, we've listed just a few of them.

1. Blue Ridge Parkway

Winding its way almost 500 miles between Virginia and North Carolina, this famous parkway offers you the opportunity to take in some of the natural wonders of both states, from a variety of different elevations. With great stopover points, as well as several businesses on the route offering RV support, it makes for an ideal trip for an RV.

2. Crater Lake National Park

Built around the world-famous lake that was once the caldera of an enormous volcano, Crater Lake National Park offers several campgrounds, and several businesses in the area offer space specifically for RVs.

3. Grand Canyon National Park

Being one of the most famous natural wonders, not only in the USA but across the globe, it would be a great shame if Grand Canyon National Park didn't accommodate RVs. Fortunately, it does, and the RV parks in the area have room for some heftily sized RVs.

4. Colonial Williamsburg

These 300 acres of space offer visitors the opportunity to fully immerse themselves in the history of Virginia. With its striking historical buildings and regular historically-themed events, it makes for a marvelous complement to Virginia’s natural beauties. And thanks to the many RV spaces in the area, it’s easily fitted into your RV road trip schedule.

5. Yellowstone National Park

With the breath-taking flora, fauna, and geology that the famed Yellowstone offers you the chance to see, absolutely no cross-country road trip is complete without a visit to it. And thankfully, it provides several RV-friendly stopover points that allow easy access to the park.

6. South Padre Island

Islands aren't exactly the sort of destination most people think of when planning an RV trip. However, this park offers many RV spots, particularly at Isla Blanca Park. This barrier island in the Gulf of Mexico is an ideal opportunity to add some beach flavor to your RV journey.

7. Fort Wilderness

A visit to Disney’s Fort Wilderness is perfect for a well-rounded family trip. Your kids will relish the opportunity to visit the Magic Kingdom, while you’ll get a chance to even out the amusement park activities with some natural wonders. And thanks to the RV spots that Fort Wilderness offers, you’ll be able to put it on your family RV trip itinerary.