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10 Waterfront RV Campgrounds to Venture to this Spring

 

When your RV travel itinerary is focused on the coastal states, consider setting up camp at one of the many waterfront RV campgrounds available. Across the coast there are numerous options to fulfill personal preferences. From fishing and boating to hiking and horseback riding, our list of campgrounds offer a varied menu of activities, amenities, and conveniences for RVers.

Enjoy the soundtrack of the waves splashing against the shore, set up camp under ancient oaks alongside a meandering pond or wake to the breathtaking beauty of the ocean. No matter which destination you choose, the coastal states have something special to offer visitors year-round.

Maine

Libby’s Oceanside Camp

Where: York Harbor, Maine
Details: Relax and soak up the sun while the gentle sea salt breeze wafts through the air at Libby’s Oceanside Camp. Choose from campsites with a view or upgrade to oceanfront. The pet-friendly sites have electricity, sewer hook-ups, and water. Stay connected with free Wi-Fi and entertained with available 50-amp cable TV, plus picnicking, swimming, barbecuing, and sunbathing. For off-site entertainment, campers are just minutes from Nubble Lighthouse, built in 1879, York Beach, and shopping, dining, and points of interest at the scenic village of York.

Massachusetts

Peters Pond RV Resort

Where: Sandwich, Massachusetts
Details: Residing along the shores of a scenic pond, the park offers just what is needed for a convenient, comfortable, and interesting stay in Massachusetts. Whether you need a pull-through or back-in site, there are plenty to choose from, each equipped with electricity and water for full hook-ups. For entertainment, the resort offers assorted activities, a game room, outdoor pool, and much more, including outdoor dining.

Delaware

Masseys Landing

Where: Millsboro, Delaware
Details: Nestled on the shores of Rehoboth Bay, a stay at Masseys Landing offers luxury camping amid a scenic setting. The pet-friendly and family-friendly campground has a swimming pool, free Wi-Fi, a restaurant, a swim-up bar, and a boat launch. A variety of nearby restaurants and attractions, such as the Northside Park Recreation Complex, Fenwich Island State Park, Funland, and Cape May Lighthouse are nearby.

New York

Hither Hills State Park

Where: Montauk, New York
Details: You can see for miles and miles along the sandy shore when parked at Hither Hills State Park. The 189-site campground offers a plethora of activities for a memorable Montauk experience. Enjoy year-round fishing, hiking through shaded woodlands, birdwatching, and biking. If visiting during the winter, ski trails are available for those who enjoy cross-country skiing.

Maryland

Assateague State Park

Where: Berlin, Maryland
Details: Assateague State Park, located on Assateague Island, and nearby Chincoteague Island in Virginia are well-known for the wild horses that roam freely along the beach. To experience not only the 37 miles of seashore, sandy dunes, and hiking trails within the park, but the possibility of seeing the horses, oceanside-drive in camping for recreational vehicles is allowed. The sites have a fire ring and a picnic table but do not provide hookups. Camp sites do have drinking water, chemical toilets, and showers (cold water) available. Bring what you need to this beautiful location for a truly magical boondocking experience.

Virginia

Tall Pines Harbor Campground

Where: Temperanceville, Virginia
Details: When diversity in the type of site you want to park at is important, Tall Pines Harbor Campground has plenty of options. The campground sits beside the forested waterfront of Pocomoke Sound and offers a choice of water, bayfront views, or primitive waterfront sites. You can also choose to park in a shaded alcove or an unshaded site. There are a variety of activities, such as crabbing, guided kayak tours, canoeing, birdwatching, paddle boat rentals, and a recreation hall. The park also offers monthly events for RVers to get to know one another and share road stories.

North Carolina

Cape Hatteras KOA

Where: Cape Hatteras/Outer Banks, North Carolina
Details: The Cape Hatteras KOA is an ideal destination to enjoy the view of the distant horizon as the sun sets on the Atlantic. The park has ample amenities to make your stay convenient and pleasurable. The campground can accommodate RVs up to 65-feet in length and offers up to 50 amps, cable TV, Wi-Fi, and a hot tub. Propane and firewood are available for a fee. There is also a snack bar to fuel your day while sunning on the sandy shore plus nearby spots within walking distance.

New Hampshire

Hampton Beach State Park

Where: Hampton Beach, New Hampshire
Details: Camp along the Atlantic Ocean, enjoy morning walks on the beach and beautiful sunsets in the evening at Hampton Beach State Park. Experience all the park has to offer. From fishing to swimming, picnicking, and strolls along the beach, your leisure days will be full of relaxation. There is also an onsite park store for camp items. Outside the park, campers are a short distance from entertainment and attractions, such as the Casino Ballroom, Blue Ocean Music Hall, and the Firehouse Center for the Arts. Dining is also nearby at restaurants and pubs, such as Bernie’s Beach Bar, Pier Clam Shack & Bar, Coffee Break Cafe, Ocean Wok, Al Gauron Luncheonette, and the Sea Ketch Restaurant.

Florida

Frog Creek RV Resort and Campground

Where: Palmetto, Florida
Details: Enjoy the natural Florida landscape as it was back in the day at Frog Creek. Sites are located along the creek blanketed by old live oak trees with stands of Spanish moss wafting in the breeze. A calm, relaxing, and quiet oasis amid natural beauty is the scene. The park offers a variety of monthly events, such as water aerobics, yoga, horseshoes, shuffleboard, walks in the park, jam sessions, and dining. Stay for a day or up to five months.

South Carolina

Huntington Beach State Park

Where: Murrells Inlet, South Carolina
Details: Experience southern hospitality at its best when traveling in South Carolina. At Huntington Beach State Park, there are 66 sites with water, electricity, and sewer, plus the convenience of a dump station. With its scenic shoreline, guests have access to fishing from the jetty, boating, boating, picnicking, biking, hiking, birdwatching, and geocaching. Swimming in the Atlantic is also allowed but note there are no lifeguards. The park also has a store and gift shop carrying assorted groceries, snacks, and souvenirs.

Make your travel adventures along the east coast a journey of new sights, sounds, and activities when choosing an RV campground that goes the extra mile in providing comfort, conveniences, and scenic environments. Whatever your preference may be, throughout the year, RV campgrounds offer an abundance of sun, sand, and solitude. Happy coastal trails!