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The Best RV Resorts in Every East Coast State

East coast RV parks can be hard to choose from. Between beachfront views with fresh salt air and historic destinations in the mountains of Appalachia, there are many different types of vacation to choose from. To help make your choice of RV campground easier, we chose our favorite from each state along the east coast. North to south, here are some of the best east coast RV parks to choose from.


Bar Harbor / Oceanside KOA Holiday, Maine

First on the list of east coast RV parks is this popular KOA in Bar Harbor, Maine. This KOA’s amenities include a snack bar, dog park and bike rentals. Unique to this campground are the KOA Express Fun Train around the park, oceanfront access, the Lobster Trap Café and even a shuttle bus running to and from downtown Bar Harbor. If you’re planning to tour Bar Harbor and try some famous Maine lobster, this KOA is the place to stay.

Young girl swimming in the pool at one of our east coast RV parks.

Normandy Farms Campground, Massachusetts

This luxury campground was an obvious addition to our list of east coast RV parks. Tucked away in the woods between Boston and Cape Cod sits Normandy Farms Campground. There are tons of activities throughout the season like Brewfest, food truck gatherings, BMX Bike Jam and more. The luxury facilities include a bike park, creative arts center, disc golf, a dog park and more. Some of the campground recreation opportunities include a fishing pond, nature trails, an RC track, shuffleboard, softball fields and more. And, before you leave, make sure to schedule your camp wellness center massage!


Strawberry Park Resort Campground, Connecticut

Strawberry Park Resort Campground is a 70-acre campground known for its nonstop summer events schedule. The campground has family-friendly themed weekends all season long with music festivals and live entertainment interspersed throughout. They also offer daily activities like games and crafts during their peak summer season. Though the campground has plenty of activities to keep you entertained, the park has a prime location for visiting major tourist cities. They’re close to vacation destinations like New York, Mystic Beach, Boston and New Haven.

Fort Getty Campground, Rhode Island

History buffs will love Fort Getty Campground in Jamestown, Rhode Island. The fort is located on Conanicut Island in Narragansett Bay. From 1900 through World War II Fort Getty was an active military fort. The park features historic fortifications, a rocky beach and public boat ramp. Enjoy hiking trails along the Fox Hill Marsh or sit and watch the sunrise at the wildlife observation platform. This quiet campground has a rich history and beautiful natural scenery that will keep you busy all summer.


Hither Hills State Park, New York

Visit the quiet side of the Empire State with Heather Hills State Park in Montauk, New York. For those less familiar with the state, this highly-rated park is on the eastern end of the South Fork of Long Island. There are plenty of places for scenic picnics, crackling fires, quiet fishing, and open fields in the park. The biggest attraction is definitely the beautiful sandy beaches. Fishing is available year-round and there’s plenty of beautiful wildlife to see at the Napeague Harbor on the eastern boundary of the park.

The Great Divide Campground, New Jersey

Named after the song “The Wedge” by Phish, the Great Divide Campground is a popular New Jersey camping destination. Enjoy classic campground activities like hiking, kayaking and more. The Great Divide also has fishing and boating opportunities in their own private lake. Campground amenities include a heated swimming pool, basketball court, game room, playground and camp store. Before you book your stay, check out their event calendar for themed weekends, musical guests and more. 

Lums Pond State Park, Delaware

Lums Pond State Park is an 1,800-acre campground in New Castle County, Delaware. Though hiking and biking the State Park is encouraged, the real attraction is Lums Pond itself. The pond offers a great place to spot wildlife like herons, turtles, fish and more while kayaking, canoeing or paddleboarding. Nearby, there are plenty of places to try things like ziplining or horseback riding. Lums Pond is Delaware’s largest freshwater pond and with seventeen miles of trails in the surrounding hardwood forest you’ll never run out of outdoor activities.


Assateague State Park, Maryland

We’re heading back to the oceanfront with this addition to our list of east coast RV parks. Assateague State Park is located on, of course, Assateague Island in Berlin, Maryland. Assateague Island is a barrier island bordered by the Atlantic Ocean in the east and Sinepuxent Bay int the west. The island offers two miles of beachfront, ready for swimming, sunbathing, surfing, fishing and more. You can also check out the wildlife in the marshland and explore via canoe or kayak.


Anvil Campground, Virginia

Roughly midway down the coast sits Anvil Campground in historic Williamsburg, Virginia. Anvil Campground is named for the family who owns it, who worked in blacksmithing during the restoration of Colonial Williamsburg. What sets Anvil Campground apart is their work with the Williamsburg Transit Authority. Williamsburg buses stop at the campground every hour and will take your family all over town. Their prime location is close to both Busch Gardens theme park and, of course, Colonial Williamsburg. Stop by the campground’s general store to see the blacksmithing display and a nearly 100-year-old anvil.

Bodie Island lighthouse photographed from a distance in the Outer Banks

Cape Hatteras / Outer Banks KOA Resort, North Carolina

Visit the iconic Outer Banks in this North Carolina KOA. The water is never far at this resort with the Atlantic Ocean on one side and the Pamlico Sound on the other. Located on Hatteras Island, NC, it has amenities including a snack bar, firewood for sale, a year-round pool, a hot tub and sauna, and fishing opportunities. Of course, these are just on-site options. Outside of the campground, the watersports and oceanfront activities are endless. Stick with classics like kayaking and paddleboarding, or try less traditional activities like windsurfing and kiteboarding.

Big Water Marina & Campground, South Carolina

Another one of our favorite waterfront east coast RV parks is Big Water Marina and Campground in Starr, South Carolina. This highly-rated campground is made for those who prefer to spend their vacations on the water. The marina makes it easy to take your own boat out on the water. If you don’t have a boat, the park offers boat, kayak, paddle board and HydroBike rentals. While boating or paddle sports are obviously the most popular, the park also offers fishing and swimming. After a long day on the water in the warm sun enjoy dinner at the campground/marina’s bar and grill!


Jekyll Island Campground, Georgia

Jekyll Island is one of Georgia’s best coastal vacation destinations. Jekyll Island Campground is the perfect place to stay when you visit the island! The campground includes 167 full hookup sites and is within walking distance of Clam Creek and Driftwood Beach where you can play in the water or soak up the sun on the sand. This 18-acre park offers a free Wi-Fi, bike rentals, a bird sanctuary and more.

Florida Caverns State Park, Florida

Our final addition to this list of east coast RV parks is a very special park in Jackson County, Florida. Or in more familiar terms, in the Florida panhandle. This park is known for its namesake access to the Florida Caverns. These underground caverns are a rare find in the Sunshine State. The caverns are known for an ethereal magic with stalactites and stalagmites, dripping water, and air much cooler than the temperature at the surface. While everything from swimming to horse-friendly trails are available at the park, nothing beats the guided cave tours at the Florida Caverns State Park.

With 13 east coast RV parks to choose from, we’re confident you can find a place to stay. Whether you’d prefer historic Fort Getty, touring the mystical Florida Caverns or sunbathing on a beach in Jekyll Island, there’s a campground for your family on the east coast. Before you head out this season, stop at Juniata Valley RV for a checkup by our expert RV Service Technicians. While you’re here, pick up all the essential RV parts and accessories at our parts store.

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