The weather is changing, and spring is coming. Winter is on its way out, and that means it’s camping season. It’s time to rev up the RV and head out to enjoy spring break. There are so many southeast destinations to visit in the U.S., though, and choosing where to take your family to enjoy spring break can be challenging.
The best RV destinations have something for the whole family. These southeast destinations are great picks with fun activities to do and places to explore. Your family will be excited to hit the road and welcome spring on a family RV road trip.
Southeast Destinations to Visit
Asheville, North Carolina
This city tucked away in the Blue Mountains offers a lot of fun for the kids. Spend the day in the city, soaking up the culture and enjoying the great food and artistic vibe. Head out of town and explore the Pisgah and Nantahala forests or state parks in the area. Visit the numerous nearby waterfalls and embrace the great outdoors while remaining city-adjacent.
Savannah is a coastal city in Georgia with a rich history. Make an educational visit to the historic downtown of the city, where you can take a walking tour to marvel at the architecture and beautiful parks. Then, head to nearby Tybee Island for some of the state’s best beaches.
Orlando, the home of Walt Disney World, is the perfect place to take the kids. Spend the day exploring the park and relaxing in the evenings in the RV. Disney has several places to park your RV near the famous amusement park, making it a convenient springtime getaway.
Memphis is a must-see for music lovers. Perfectly placed on the Mississippi River, Memphis offers an exciting RV trip for your family. Visit Elvis’s home, Graceland, for a one-of-a-kind experience or take the kids on a riverboat tour. With a fantastic zoo, botanical garden, museums, and food scene, you and your family will stay busy when visiting this great American city.
Places to Camp
Hilton Head Island, South Carolina
The East Coast is home to some charming places, and Hilton Head Island is no exception. The island has pristine beaches, a nature preserve, and a wildlife refuge easily accessible with an RV. This is the perfect spot for outdoor enthusiasts to experience the southern charm of this historic island. Also, don’t forget your bike. The island has extensive bike trails for you to explore.
Marco Island, Florida
This barrier island in the Gulf of Mexico is a sight to see. It’s connected to the mainland by bridges outside the city of Naples. There are beaches and lagoons to visit. Bring your kayak or paddleboard for some fun in the sun. It’s close to the Flordia Everglades and Briggs Nature Center offering lots of learning activities. Learn about the wildlife in the area and see it firsthand.
Fall Creek Falls State Park, Tennessee
If you want to head inland, check out this popular state park in Tennesse on upper Can Creek Gorge. This state park boasts the tallest waterfall in the southeast. Enjoy the great outdoors and get your family excited about nature. Adventurous types can go on an aerial expedition through the trees in their famous tour combo of zip lines, tree climbing, and rope bridges. This state park is a great way to enjoy the outdoors this spring.
Devil’s Fork State Park, South Carolina
This beautiful state park is located on Lake Jocassee. The lake offers all kinds of water sports, from kayaking and swimming to paddleboarding and scuba diving. If you prefer to have your fun on land, you can explore the numerous hiking trails, enjoy a quiet day fishing, or go geocaching. Enjoy being one with nature while still having access to laundry facilities and speedy wifi.
Tishomingo State Park, Mississippi
Tishomingo state park is located in the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains. This beautiful state park is worth the drive to get there. You can swim in the pool, play volleyball, or enjoy a round of disc golf. Take the kids on a canoe trip down Bear Creek or rock climbing on the rock outcropping and bluffs located within the park. Haynes Lake offers a chance to catch catfish, bass, and bream. Have fun with your family and see if you can catch your own dinner.
The southeast of the United States is a beautifully diverse area. Whether you choose to visit a historical city or prefer to bask in the sun at the beach or hike mountain trails, there is a place for everyone. Get your RV and get ready for an adventure this spring at one of these beautiful southeast destinations.