For November, the Good Sam RV Travel & Savings Guide is highlighting Top Extended Stay Parks as part of the publisher’s 12 Months of RVing promotion.
The parks on this list provide amenities and services that keep RVers comfortable and entertained for long durations. Whether staying for a couple of weeks or putting down stakes for a whole season, long-term RVers seek a place that can serve as a temporary home away from home. These parks have created a niche for snowbird travelers, RVers on extended vacations or business travelers seeking a place to stay near a work location.
The editors and consultants of the Good Sam RV Travel & Savings Guide chose the list of Extended Stay Parks from the annual publication’s database of more than 7,000 private parks.
Top Extended Stay RV Parks
Destiny Phoenix RV Resorts, Goodyear
Golden Village Palms RV Resort - Sunland, Hemet (see video above)
Paradise Island RV Resort, Fort Lauderdale (see video above)
Shady Acres RV Park, Fort Myers
Road Runner Travel Resort, Fort Pierce
Lakeland RV Resort, Lakeland
Hi Valley RV Park, Boise
Hidden Ponds RV Park, Lake Charles
Victorian RV Park, Sparks (see video above)
Fayetteville RV Resort & Cottages, Wade
|Pirateland Family Camping Resort|
Barnyard RV Park, Lexington
Myrtle Beach Travel Park, Myrtle Beach
Pirateland Family Camping Resort, Myrtle Beach
Treetops Carefree RV Resort, Arlington
Shady Creek RV Park and Storage, Aubrey
Sandy Lake RV Park & MHP, Carrollton
Bluebonnet Ridge RV Park & Cottages, Terrell
Americamps RV Resort, Ashland
Horn Rapids RV Resort, Richland
Parks participating in this program are featured in press releases, enewsletters and blog posts. Each of the parks will boast a Top Parks badge in their park information page on GoodSamCamping.com. Click here for a list of all parks included in the 12 Months of RVing.
In addition to in-depth listings of RV parks and campgrounds across North America, the Good Sam RV Travel & Savings Guide features RV lifestyle articles, travel tips, helpful maps and informative itineraries that RVers can use for a journey anywhere in North America.