While luxury RV resorts are more expensive than your average campground, the amenities can often make up for it. Many resorts offer handy services like shuttles or day tours into downtown or nearby National Parks. In addition, all resort guests can take advantage of on-site restaurants and cafés, and enjoy pools, spas, saunas, and fitness centers just steps away from an RV site.
Many luxury RV resorts don’t look like your typical campground.
Just by looking at the photos below you would never guess that these beautiful, high-end resorts also have plenty of spots to park your RV. While these resorts are not every RVer’s cup of tea, you can’t deny that these are some great places to spend a comfortable vacation close to popular locations.
1. Flying Flags RV Resort & Campground, Buellton, California
Located in Buellton, California, Flying Flags RV Resort & Campground looks more like a wine lover’s paradise than an RV park. This resort is near the wineries of Santa Barbara County, Solvang, and Los Padres National Forest, and offers various accommodations.
Park your RV in one of the premium pull-through sites with full hookups, picnic tables, fire pits, and outdoor kitchens. Enjoy the resort’s free cable TV and WiFi, courtesy security and patrol, the Campfire Café restaurant, hot tubs, and a pool with private cabanas.
If you don’t have your own RV, Flying Flags has several Airstreams and vintage trailers for rent.
If you don’t have an RV, you can also rent a safari tent with feather comforters and private bathrooms or a cottage with a sleeping loft and outdoor patios. The Airstream and vintage trailer rentals are also one of this resort’s best options. Stay in a 22 or 28 foot long Airstream or a vintage camper with a bathroom and flat screen TV.
2. Bella Terra of Gulf Shores, Foley, Alabama
Centrally located to Gulf Shores and Orange Beach, Alabama and Perdido Key, Florida, this tropical paradise for RVers is right next to the sugar sand beaches of the Gulf Coast.
Bella Terra is an award-winning resort that features oversized RV lots for sale and rent, an infinity pool, hot tubs, sauna, and a 6,000 square foot clubhouse. It doesn’t stop there, the resort also features a private movie theater, golf course, concierge services, and a business center.
Bella Terra’s luxury RV sites include hookups, screened gazebos, and fire pits.
The RV sites and lots are strategically placed around the resort by the resort’s lake or the golf course. Amenities include outdoor kitchens, storage facilities, enlarged patios, fire pits, screened gazebos, and all hookups.
3. Alsatian RV Resort & Golf Club, Castroville, Texas
San Antonio, Texas is one of the fastest growing cities in the country and a great RV destination, especially at the Alsatian RV Resort. Located only 20 minutes from the city, this resort is situated in the middle of Texas hill and river country.
This RV resort is actually pretty affordable with RV site prices around $40 to $50 per night with all amenities and hookups included. The resort has a great bathhouse and laundry center as well as pools, beautiful landscaping, a full stocked lake for large-mouth bass fishing, golf course, and a fitness center.
The resort also offers cabins and casitas for rent. Each little house has an outside grill, full kitchen, deck, full bath, heating and A/C. Alsatian also encourages RV groups, rallies and clubs to come to the resort for special events.
4. Petoskey RV Resort, Bay Harbor, Michigan
With stunning views of Lake Michigan, the luxurious Petoskey RV Resort is one of the more private resorts on this list. There are only about 60 RV sites at this gated resort, but the amenities are some of the best.
Petoskey offers a 9-hole putting course, clubhouse, grand lodge, fitness center with saunas, free WiFi, and temperature controlled outdoor pool and spa. This is also a pet-friendly resort with access to the lake’s beaches.
Petoskey’s RV Resort’s sites are located in the lush landscape near Lake Michigan.
The resort also has park models available for rent. They include sleeping lofts, full kitchens and baths, and linen service. The RV sites all have concrete pads and offer privacy with the surrounding trees and landscaping.
5. Voyager RV Resort & Hotel, Tucson, Arizona
Set in the idyllic desert near Tucson, Arizona, Voyager RV Resort & Hotel has it all. This 55+ only resort not only features over 600 full hookup RV sites, but also an upscale, award-winning hotel, park model homes, and a village with regular planned events like dancing and guided tours. The RV park also features 100 pull-through sites with DSL internet and phone connections.
Voyager RV Resort offers day trips into the artsy city of Tucson.
Other Voyager amenities include: a full service spa and hair salon, gift shop and market, gym, hot tubs and pools, ballroom, wood shop, sewing and quilting rooms, bocce courts, dog areas, and an RV storage center. If you decide you love it so much at Voyager, the resort also has park model homes for rent and for sale.
6. Oasis Las Vegas RV Resort, Nevada
Another desert paradise, Las Vegas has plenty of places to park your RV. However, one of the best is the Oasis Las Vegas RV Resort on the west side of the city. This RV resort has Casablanca themed landscaping and design.
In addition to spacious RV sites, they have a restaurant, convenience store, fitness center, outdoor hot tubs, and several pools with waterfalls and sand beaches. The resort also has an 18-hole putting course.
The Oasis RV sites are either back in or pull-through sites and include picnic tables, lawns, and barbecues. There are also 90-foot long sites for big rigs.