Along the rolling, wooded shoreline of the 71,000-acre Strom Thurmond Reservoir, sits Hickory Knob, a full-service, lakeside South Carolina golf resort and remote state park all rolled into one. Tucked away in a serene, remote location, the parks many amenities and recreational opportunities are a pleasant surprise for many. Hickory Knob operates an 18-hole championship golf course, full-service restaurant, skeet shooting, boat ramp, archery range, meeting facilities and more
Enjoy Historic Central Georgia at one of the best RV parks in Georgia; the family-owned, easy access TWIN OAKS RV PARK. The RV camping park is nestled between snowy white cotton fields and majestic pecan orchards. We are conveniently located 2/10 mile EAST off of I-75 at Mile Marker 127, 8 miles south of downtown Perry, near many area attractions such as the Georgia National Fairgrounds & Agricenter, the Warner Robins Air Museum, Andersonville Civil War Site & Museum, Home of
Established in 1986, Inland Harbor RV Park is a quiet, beautiful and well-maintained gated park conveniently located at Exit 49 off of I-95, next to McDonald's. The majority of our guests return year after year, and many winter with us. Situated on a bluff adjacent to Cathead Creek, we're an ideal place to stay while you visit historic attractions in the area.
The beaches of Georgia's Golden Isles at St. Simons Island and Jekyll Island are just a short drive away. Enjoy fis
North Sandusky Campground is situated around Sandusky Cove on Rend Lake in the heart of Southern Illinois. With sweeping views of the water available from most campsites, North Sandusky provides an ideal location for scenic recreation on Rend Lake. Rend Lake is made up of 18,900 acres of water and 20,000 acres of land. Wildlife in the area includes white tailed deer, wild turkey, fox, raccoon, opossum, waterfowl, and others as seasons change throughout the year. North Sand
Carlyle Lake, the largest manmade lake in Illinois, offers activities from boating and fishing to hunting and camping. The lake, 50 miles east of St. Louis, Missouri, includes more than 26,000 acres of water with an additional 13,000 acres of land space, much of which is maintained by the Army Corps of Engineers or the Illinois Department of Natural Resources. Carlyle Lake is favored by campers and “RVers” for their accessible and scenic sites. There is just something about
Thomson Causeway provides the unique experience of island camping on the great Mississippi River and it's well worth a try! The western edge of the recreation area offers visitors an unobstructed view of the widest spot on the Upper Mississippi River Basin, 3.5 miles from shore-to-shore. Here, campers can enjoy memorable views of the river and the valley, and partake in plenty of great water activities. Popular activities include fishing, hiking, biking and boating. Common
Timbered Meadows Campground is a secluded place in the country near Milford, Illinois. A place where folks getaway from the everyday grind of life to enjoy a little quiet time in the country. This campground is far from highways and full of peace. Fishing is abundant at the three lakes located about the campsite. On the original Timbered Meadows campground property, there are two outhouses with restroom facilities located in the shower house. All electrical service in this
It’s not common to hear lions roaring from your campsite – in Florida, anyway – but that’s exactly what Miami RV Renters hear at Lion Country KOA, making it one of the most unique, best RV parks in Florida. Big-rig friendly sites give you easy access to all the fun next door at Lion Country Safari, plus the campground is located about halfway between West Palm Beach and the eastern shore of Lake Okeechobee. Your camping Safari Adventure combines a unique drive-through wildlif
Anastasia State Park in St Augustine Florida has more than 1,600 acres of unspoiled beaches, tidal marshes, maritime hammocks and ancient sand dunes make this a captivating destination for visitors to explore. The wildlife loves Anastasia State Park as much as the people do.There are abundant wading birds hunting for food along Salt Run, including colorful roseate spoonbills. Osprey and eagles rule the skies and painted buntings and warblers often flit about the hammock fores
Did someone say manatees? Yes, we at Miami RV Rentals did, and this full-facility campground with a first magnitude natural spring is a retreat and relaxation hotspot for both these marine mammals and outdoor travel enthusiasts! As this spring is able to produce 100 million gallons of crystal clean water a year, on average, West Indian manatees are known to navigate upriver during the Winter months to the comfortable temperatures of this state park's waters, making them perfe
The campground located within Lakepoint State Park offers Miami RV Renters 192 improved campsites. Deer Court has pull-through campsites, which include water, electricity and sewage. Barbour and Clark Loop campsites include water and electricity. A few of the recreational activities at this park include fishing, boating and hiking. Picturesque Lakepoint Resort State Park is located on the banks of the 45,000-acre Lake Eufaula, also known as "The Bass Capital of the World."
Keys Palms Resort in Key Largo Florida is highly recommended by Miami RV Rentals if you are looking for a beach and relaxation. Located one hour from Miami and two hours from Key West, there is plenty to do in the area. Situated on the Florida Bay waterfront, you will quickly come to appreciate the incredible beauty that surrounds you at Keys Palms RV Resort. As our guest, you will enjoy beautiful resort amenities, a private sandy beach area, pool, direct access to the Flor
At 9,049 acres, Georgia’s largest state park is a hiker’s and backpacker’s haven. Miami RV Renters have more than 40 miles of trails, including the popular 23-mile Pine Mountain Trail, wind through hardwood and pines, over creeks and past small waterfalls. Many visitors are surprised to find rolling mountains 80 miles southwest of Atlanta. Above King’s Gap is Dowdell’s Knob where President Franklin D. Roosevelt sometimes picnicked and pondered world affairs. A life-size sculp
So, you are hitting up I-95 in a Miami RV Rental, one of America's oldest highways, and wanna know what to do and see along the way. You've come to the right place, my friend! I-95 is the main highway that travels up and down the East Coast of America, parallel to the Atlantic Ocean, so you're never too far away from the beach on an I-95 road trip. Some of the major cities you'll pass through include Boston, New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washington, D.C., Richmond, Savan
Georgia's highest state park encompasses some of the most outstanding scenery in Georgia’s Blue Ridge Mountains. Roadside overlooks provide spectacular 80-mile vistas, and four hiking trails lead visitors past wildflowers, streams, small waterfalls and lush forests. Visitors enjoy the summit visitor center for its views, gift shop and picnic tables. Mountaintop cottages surround a small playground, while campsites are nestled under rhododendron and gnarled oaks. Tent campers
Eureka Springs, located in Northwest Arkansas, is a unique historic Victorian town that attracts over one million visitors each year. Wanderlust RV Park is just 5 minutes east of downtown Eureka Springs; one block outside the city limits. One-half mile north on Passion Play Road from Wanderlust RV is Eureka Springs’ main tourist attraction, “The Great Passion Play.” Wanderlust RV Park has a tourist trolley stop on the “Blue and Yellow Route” that provides easy access to othe
RV camping at Disney's Fort Wilderness in a Miami RV Rental is pretty darn nice. Of course, it’s about as family friendly as it gets – pet friendly, too – and is an affordable lodging choice if you are planning to visit the theme parks. You’ll have easy access to the Magic Kingdom and the ability to see fireworks right from the campground. Give it a shot; you’ll definitely be surprised. Nestled away on a 750 acre cypress and pine forest between the Magic Kingdom and Epcot, si
DeSoto State Park, a 3,502-acre park in a wooded area, has an improved campground that includes 94 full-hookup tent and RV campsites. This park also offers primitive campsites for the more adventurous. A picnic table and grill is at each campsite, and just a few of the recreational activities offered at this park include swimming, kayaking, hiking and biking. Campground Amenities
50/30 Amp Service, Cable TV, & Wi-fi at each comfort station
All sites with sewer, water, & ele
Scenic 25-acre lake in remote mountain setting.The Civilian Conservation Corps developed the Shady Lake Recreation Area in 1937. The Shady Lake Trail traverses Saline Creek and passes the historic Shady Lake Dam. It continues along the eastern edge of the campground. The trail is ideal for day hiking. Mountain bikers may also use the trail. Shady Lake offers large, heavily wooded sites, some lakeside, in a campground developed by the Civilian Conservation Corps. A trail, ope
1700 Shady Grove Road
Hot Springs, AR 71901 The first residents of the 400 acre property were local Quapaw Indian tribes. The Natives discovered there was an abundance of fish and game and used this prime location on the water as a gathering place for centuries. In 1911 a new era began. Harris Humphreys’ began the first dairy farm in the area by delivering milk in a single horse-drawn carriage from his farm on Shady Grove road in Hot Springs, Arkansas.