5 Places to Visit in the New Year


A new year means new RV adventures, and it’s never to early to start planning your 2016 excursions. The spring RV season is just around the corner, so set these five must-visit destinations on your to-do list in 2016.

1. South Padre Island, Texas

You don’t have to wait until the weather gets warmer to start your adventures. South Padre Island is cozy in all seasons. The barrier island in the Gulf of Mexico offers miles of beaches and countless campgrounds for those who prefer to travel in a home on wheels.

2. Crater Lake National Park, Oregon

Crater Lake is something every traveler should see in their lifetime, so why not check it off your list in 2016? Crater Lake National Park is named after the huge, deep-blue, water-filled crater that calls it home. The 1,900-foot-deep lake is the deepest in the U.S., and is known as one of the most scenic bodies of water in the world.

3. Colonial Williamsburg, Virginia

You don’t have to be a history buff to fall in love with Colonial Williamsburg. The 300-acre historic area draws in roughly 1 million visitors each year to step back in time to the Revolutionary Era. It’s a place where kids and adults can experience America’s past with an RV park or campground in range at all times.

4. Pensacola, Florida

Venture just outside of Pensacola to one of the most impressive RV parks in the country — Camp Gulf. The RV sites are situated steps from the turquoise waters of the Gulf of Mexico and directly on top of the area’s famous white sands.

5. Mount Rushmore, South Dakota

Mount Rushmore is one of our country’s most iconic road trip destinations, so there’s no reason not to visit it on your 2016 adventures. Stay among some of South Dakota’s most breathtaking scenery, two miles northwest of the monument, at famous Horse Thief Lake.

Don’t forget to stop and see us at Leisure Time RV for all of your RV needs in 2016.

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