10 Awesome & Budget Friendly Spring Break Camping Spots!

Last Updated on July 28, 2021 by Christina

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Grand Canyon National Park | Grand Canyon, AZ

When talking about a family trip you can’t leave out the Grand Canyon!  Grand Canyon National Park is 215 miles between the South Rim Village and North Rim Village, The one area that offers full hookups (or any hookups) is Trailer Village RV Park located in the South Rim.  Use this helpful itinerary planner to plan adventures and sites by length of stay http://www.visitgrandcanyon.com/discover-grand-canyon/itinerary-planner

Isla Blanca Park | South Padre Island, TX

Located on the southernmost tip of South Padre Island, Isla Blanca Park offers over a mile of pristine beach along the Gulf of Mexico.  Isla Blanca Park is home of a world class water park, an assortment of restaurants and tons of watersports.  Isla Blanca has over 600 full hook-up campsites many of which have beautiful water views.  http://www.cameroncountyparks.com/IslaBlancaPark

Myrtle Beach State Park | Myrtle Beach, SC

The Myrtle Beach State Park is located along the coast of the Atlantic Ocean and offers a variety of amenities like fishing, hiking, nature trails, sand dunes and unique wildlife.  Campsite options are vast with 300 standard sites (electric & water) and 66 full hookup sites.  Myrtle Beach State Park is packed with things to do for all ages and at a reasonable price point, the perfect family getaway!  www.myrtlebeachsp.com

Bahia Honda State Park | Islamorada, FL

Bahia Honda State Park is located in the Florida Keys at Mile Marker 36.8 on Big Pine Key.  It is one of the most beautiful and untouched parts of Florida and campsites are in very high demand selling out as far as a year in advance.  With award an award winning beach and views of the historic 7 mile bridge, it’s a great spot for any vacation.  www.bahiahondapark.com

Point Mugu State Park | Malibu, CA

Located in the Santa Monica Mountains, Point Mugu State Park has 5 miles of ocean shoreline beaches, rocky bluffs, sand dunes and 2 major river canyons.  Point Mugu offers stunning views no matter where you look.  There is plenty to do for any family, from body surfing & surf fishing to 70 miles of amazing hiking trails.  http://bit.ly/1p5cbMx

Assateague State Park, Maryland

Assateague State Park is located on Assateague Island and is Maryland’s only oceanfront park.  Assateague SP offers 2 beautiful miles of beach and secluded coves.  The marsh areas have a variety of wildlife, including deer, waterfowl and the famous feral horses.  This park is just nine miles from Ocean City and Berlin – so there is plenty to do in the area.  There are 312 campsites throughout the park several of which have beach and waterfront views.  http://dnr2.maryland.gov/publiclands/Pages/eastern/assateague.aspx

Hunting Island State Park | St. Helena Island, SC

What was once a popular layover spot for sailors and pirates is now a popular beach destination with over a million visitors per year.  Hunting Island is 16 miles east of the historic town of Beaufort and offers 3 miles of one of the most beautiful beaches in South Carolina.  Hunting Island is a popular nesting ground for endangered Loggerhead turtles and other rare forms of wildlife.  Campsites can accommodate up to 40’ RVs w/electric and water on all sites.  www.huntingisland.com

Gulf State Park | Gulf Shores, Alabama

There isn’t much this park doesn’t have to offer, 2 miles of white sand beaches, 18 hole championship golf course and a 500 ft. zip line are just a few of attractions that make this the perfect family getaway.  There is also a 20 ft. wide fishing pier that extends 1512 feet into the Gulf of Mexico.  If you like to check out local dive bars, Gulf State Park is also near the Flora-Bama bar which gives you the opportunity to have a beer in 2 states at once!   Gulf

Little Sahara State Park, Oklahoma

The perfect getaway for the adventure seeking family, Little Sahara State Park has over 1,600 acres of sand dunes ranging in height from 25 to 75 feet.  It is a popular destination for dune buggy and ATV riding across the dunes.  Little Sahara State Park offers 86 RV sites with water and electricity and costs for riding the dunes is $10 per day per driver.  Rentals are available if needed by private vendors.  http://bit.ly/1Ub8jVX

Florida Caverns State Park | Marianna, FL

The Florida Caverns have dazzling formations of limestone stalactites, stalagmites, soda straws, flowstones and draperies and is the only state park in Florida to offer cave tours to the public.  In addition to the marvelous caves, the Chipola River and Blue Hole spring provide areas for fishing, canoeing and boating.  Florida Caverns State Park offers campsites for RVs up to 40’ in length.  https://www.floridastateparks.org/park/Florida-Caverns


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