The USA is such a big country with so much to see that it is overwhelming. It isn’t easy to try to narrow down the bucket list of places to visit on a vacation.

Luckily, renting an RV to tour around at your own pace can help you tick many tourist spots off of your list is available.

The US is the perfect place to travel around by RV. Big, wide roads with lots of nature in between destinations are ideal to be explored by motorhome.

To help you plan your trip, we put together a list of all the best places to park the RV and explore. Read on to see the can’t miss spots for your next American adventure!

Before you go

Nothing ruins a vacation like being unprepared. When renting an RV you’ll need to have a few things to make sure your trip doesn’t get derailed.

Foreign nationals will need to have an International Driving Permit to rent a vehicle and drive around. 

You’ll also need to familiarize yourself with the workings of an RV. This way you know how to do things like filling your fresh water tank and tow hitch. You’ll also need to know what to look for in the RV before you take off. 

Things like asking to upgrade your sewer hose if the one they have on hand looks like it might leak are all things that will make your experience go off without a problem.

Rivers Edge RV Park  (Fairbanks, Alaska)

Starting from way up north, check out this peaceful park in Alaska. You’re never far from some natural wonders when you park your RV in this modern and well equipped RV park. Shuttle buses run to nearby attractions like the Riverboat Discovery cruise and Pioneer Park. 

The river cruise will be the highlight of your trip to this area as you experience an authentic Indian village of the Chana tribe. Nature lovers will get an eyeful of the wide variety of animals to be seen on any given day.

Yellowstone National Park (Wyoming)

One of the best things about visiting one of the most popular of the US National Parks is getting there. 

Once there, park the RV in the campground and explore the incredible sights of the park. From Devil’s Tower National Monument to Old Faithful to the Paint Pots, there is a surprise around every corner. 

Grand Tetons National Park (Wyoming)

A photographer’s dream is this National Park also situated in Wyoming. With out of this world landscapes, the park is also tailor-made for adventure junkies. 

Mountaineering, hiking, backcountry camping and fishing are just a few of the activities that can be enjoyed in this park. Hikers and rock climbers have made this their Mecca as it has world class trails and the best rock climbing in the area.

Grand Canyon (Arizona)

No list would be complete without the addition of the Grand Canyon. Attracting more than 6 million people per year, it is a must have on any RVers bucket list.

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