Best of the Road has over 200 RV-specific points of interest. Browse our users’ photos and reviews of these parks, campgrounds, and related stops and add your own favorites from around the country. We want to know where to find the best accommodations, most beautiful surroundings, perfect proximity to attractions, or closest-knit communities.
- Mayberry Campground (Mt. Airy, NC) Frequent visitors to Best of the Road’s most popular RV Park love the family atmosphere created by owners Benny and Lynn, “the nicest people you will ever meet.” It’s hard to argue with the friendliness Gone With the Wynn’s captured in Mt. Airy on the 2011 Best of the Road Rally. If you’re in the area, this is a peaceful and beautiful retreat.
- Lake Rudolph Campground & RV Resort (Santa Claus, IN) Contending for both Best Camping and Best RV Park, Lake Rudolph is a favorite of locals and visitors alike. Users celebrate the setting, size, and cleanliness, saying the variety of activities—from swimming to mini-golf and fishing—“offers something for the entire family!” See how much fun TravelingJules and TravelingJoan had during their stay on the 2011 Best of the Road Rally.
- Woodlawn Campground (Delmar, MD) Our community touts this campground’s convenience with accessibility to the highway and proximity to Virginia and Maryland coasts. Friendly owners and well-kept grounds make this an all-around comfortable place to stop or stay.
- Magnolia RV Park & Campground (Kinards, SC) Friendly people and large sites are enough to put this stop on our radar. The park is located in a charming small town with plenty of local attractions and amenities like a pool and laundry on site.
- Corral Drive In Theater, RV Park, Pizzeria and Grill (Guymon, OK) A three-in-one attraction, Corral Drive In has a Best Pizza vote on Best of the Road for its seasonal restaurant and theater on-site. Offering full hook-ups, free Wi-Fi, and parts and repairs, this is an entertaining and reliable stop on your next drive through Oklahoma.