5 Amazing East Coast RV Campgrounds You Must Visit

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RV camping is a beautiful way to explore the outdoors while spending quality time with your family. Of course, after long days of driving or exploring, it is nice to come back and relax at an RV campground. Finding good RV campgrounds for your family can be a challenge at times. Although we are fans of KOA campgrounds, sometimes it’s nice to change it up. Here we review our top 5 favorite east coast RV campgrounds we have stayed at so far. 

The east coast offers many beachfront RV destinations. In addition, several inland parks offer incredible views and activities. Whether you are looking to learn something new, relax on the beach, or hang out at the park, you are sure to find the perfect destination here.

1. Cherry Hill Park | College Park, Maryland 

Cherry Hill Park
Cherry Hill Park D.C.

This is one of the best east coast RV campgrounds we have camped at.  Cherry Hill Park is a highly family-friendly RV park.  This fantastic park is also the closest full hook-up RV campground to Washington D.C.. Washington D.C. is filled with museums, monuments, National Park sites, and much more. The number one reason to go with a family is that most of these attractions are free!

Cherry Hill offers everything you need when traveling with kids. There are two swimming pools, miniature golf, movies, a playground, an arcade, and a small cafe. We have stayed here four times, and it was spotless and well-maintained each time. In addition, there is a large store where the staff is fantastic. They are more than helpful when planning your time in the nation’s Capital. To top it all off, the RV park has transportation to the closest public transportation. You can easily be in the Nation’s Capital in half an hour.

If you are looking for a great RV park to set up camp, enjoy time with your family, and relax, this park is perfect for that as well. There are plenty of amenities to keep all members, regardless of age, and entertain right on the grounds of the park.

2. Ocean Lakes Family Campground | Myrtle Beach, South Carolina 

Ocean Lakes Family Campground
Ocean Lakes Family Campground

Ocean Lakes Family Campground is the largest on the East Coast and one of the largest in the country. However, don’t let the number of RVs fool you. This RV campground does a fantastic job of being family-friendly. 

Ocean Lakes offers several swimming pools and a water park on-site. Of course, you can also take a dip in the Atlantic Ocean. The park sits one mile from the beachfront, easily accessible from all the RV sites. 

The park is only ten miles from the famed Mrytle Beach Broad at the Beach. This is an excellent family destination will something to do for everyone.

3. Moose Hillock Campground | Warren, New Hampshire 

Moose Hillock Swimming Pool | New Hampshire
Moose Hillock Swimming Pool | New Hampshire

Although Moose Hillock Camping Resort is not your typical glamping resort, it is an excellent campground for families. The RV park is located in the White Mountains of New Hampshire and is geared towards family getaways.

The RV sites are dirt with a picnic table and fire pit. Each area is surrounded by trees and offers some privacy. 

The highlight of Moose Hillock is the Blue Lagoon Tropical Swimming Pool. Sitting in the White Mountains National Forrest, situated in the middle of nowhere, is this massive Spanish Galleon that empties into a heated pool. There is always kids, and activity, around the pool. 

One thing to be aware of is that since you are in the White Mountains, cell service and wifi are non-existent. Fortunately, there is wifi service around the pool and a small cafe. 

4. Cape Hatteras / Outer Banks KOA Resort | Waves, North Carolina

View of the Atlantic Ocean from Cape Hatteras / Outer Banks KOA Resort
View of the Atlantic Ocean from Cape Hatteras / Outer Banks KOA Resort

This was the first RV resort we ever stayed at, and it did not disappoint. The Cape Hatteras / Outer Banks KOA Resort sits right on the beach along the Atlantic Ocean. In addition, almost right across the street is the Pamlico sound. You can easily see the sunrise from the ocean, and set into the sound, all from your RV site. 

In addition to fantastic ocean views, the KOA offers everything you would expect from a KOA Resort. Including luxury RV sites, a swimming pool, a hot tub, full hook-ups, and daily activities. Of course, the easiest thing to do is relax and lose time while sitting on the beach. 

If you are looking for a quiet, beachfront Rv resort where you can relax, this is the perfect location. You get all the benefits of an RV resort and the seclusion of North Carolina’s outer banks.

5. Normandy Farms Family Camping Resort | Foxborough, Massachusetts 

Image Courtesy of Normandy Farms Campground
Image Courtesy of Normandy Farms Campground

If luxury RV glamping is your style, then Normandy Farms Family Camping Resort in Foxborough, Massachusetts, must be at the top of your list.

The RV park is in the woods between Boston & Cape Cod. It is a luxury camping destination that has been widely recognized as one of the premier resorts in the world.

Normandy Farms has a vast assortment of activity centers and four swimming pools. Without question, there is something for everyone here. In addition, it is a quick 5 miles from Gillette Stadium and Patriot Place.

Our Experience 

We have stayed at many RV parks up and down the east coast. Each one has its pros and cons. Of course, picking the top five can be a challenge. However, we believe you will not be disappointed if you visit any of the above RV parks. They all offer plenty to do for families and great RV experiences.

Our family has spent time at each of the above campgrounds and recommends visiting each one. If you have any questions regarding any of our top 5 east coast RV campgrounds, we are happy to answer them. Click here to contact us.

If you need help planning your RV trip to any of the above parks, read our guide to planning memorable RV vacations. 

We love to hear from our followers. Please leave a comment below. 

Have you stayed at any of the above 5 campgrounds? How was your experience? Do you have other east coast RV campgrounds you would recommend? 

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We are a  family of four who travels all around the country in a small RV.

So far we have RV camped in 33 different States, visited 14 National Parks, and 17 National Park Sites. 

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