The good ole’ USA is full of amazing state parks, and we are fortunate to have some of the country’s best right in our backyard. A RV offers the perfect opportunity to embrace these incredible parks, spend as much time as you want without breaking the bank on lodging, and truly enjoy luxurious accommodations at the end of each day. Today we are going to highlight our favorite spots in Florida, Georgia and Tennessee. From breathtaking waterfalls to epic coastal views, any of these 3 parks would be sure to yield a vacation of a lifetime.
Bahia Honda State Park – Big Pine Key, FL
Once a remote island, Bahia Honda Key is now one of Florida’s southernmost state parks offering some of the most beautiful beaches, sunsets and unparalleled snorkeling experiences. The park provides the perfect balance of nature and modern amenities including kayak and snorkeling gear rentals, a Sand and Sea Nature Center and concessions. Guests will enjoy swimming in the beautiful water alongside sandy beaches were wading birds are commonly seen, fishing, boating, cycling, and much more. With 42 RV ready campsites accommodating a range of vehicle lengths, your dream camping in the Keys adventure is just a click away.
Amicalola Falls State Park – Dawsonville, GA
With amazing scenery and numerous hiking trails, Amicalola Falls is one of Georgia’s most popular state parks. The waterfall itself towers at 729 feet, making it the tallest cascading waterfall in the Southeast. This park has everything to satisfy a true outdoorsman coupled alongside the luxuries of a beautiful lodge and scenic mountain-view restaurant, Maple Restaurant. Some popular activities of Amicalola Falls State Park included hiking (with over 12 miles of trails, including the Canyon Climbers Club and access to the Appalachian Trail), trout fishing, geocaching and many other family centric activities. The 829 acre facility features numerous accommodations from hotel rooms to cottages to 25 campsites ready for you and your RV.
Fall Creek Falls State Park – Spencer, TN
Tennessee’s largest and most visited state park is Fall Creek Falls State Park, with over 26,000 acres of cascades, gorges, waterfalls, streams and incredible scenery. The park is perfect for a family adventure with four playgrounds, horse stables, and an Olympic-size swimming pool. It is also equally suited for a couples getaway with more than 34 miles of trails including 2 overnight long distance trails as well as a challenging 18-hole golf course. Fall Creek Falls features an inn with 145 hotel rooms, a restaurant, extensive meeting space, 30 cabins and 222 campsites, making it the perfect place to park and enjoy your RV rental.