Don’t make those reservations for your spring vacation before checking out our list of RV-friendly destinations! When spring beckons your family to get away, the Axis® RUV™ by Thor Motor Coach answers the call.
No matter the size of the group you are traveling with, just you and your spouse, a group of friends, or a large family plus pets, we have a TMC motorhome that fits just right. After all, that’s how we make them.
The Axis® RUV™ is easy to maneuver and has tons of amenities. Popular among young families and retirees, the Axis is a reliable vacation home - no matter where you choose to wander.
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When you are thinking about your vacation, imagine stocking the ample pantry in your motorhome. Think about oceanside boondocking and living off solar panels and salty breezes. You’re thinking about the Four Winds® Class C. Isn’t that amazing?
Four Winds Class C
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While no one really wants to do laundry on vacation, it’s very convenient to be able to do it in the comfort of your motorhome. Quickly wash and dry beach towels and swimsuits without going to the laundromat. The Aria® Class A motorhome has a stackable washer and dryer - and that’s just one cool thing about this diesel pusher.
Aria® Class A Diesel
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Here’s a sampling of great destinations that have RV parks close by and have a good mix of nature and attractions. TMC motorhomes are made with storage space that will allow you to bring along your trip-worthy gear like, golf clubs, kayaks, fishing poles and more. The modern bathrooms and kitchens make use of conveniences that will keep your vacation running smoothly.
South Padre Island, TX
The Padre Island National Seashore has two campgrounds, is open year-round and has plenty of sites for boondocking as well.
St. Simons Island, GA
There are many RV resorts in close proximity to St. Simons, Sea, and Jekyll Islands. There, you can enjoy salt marshes, a civil war museum and a chance to see migrating whales.
James Island County Park, SC
Just a short drive to Kiawah Island, Charleston, and Isle of Palms, this park is loaded with fun amenities like a waterpark, climbing wall, kayak rentals, and biking trails.
Outer Banks, NC
If a slow southern pace is just what you need to relax, the Outer Banks will hit the spot. This pet friendly area is laid back and boasts opportunities to island hop while taking in lighthouses and history along the national seashore.
St Augustine, FL
If you’re a history buff or want to take an educational and fun trip, St. Augustine has archaeological sites within minutes of many RV parks.
Celebrating spring at our nation’s capital is educational and beautiful. For information on the Cherry Blossom Festival, visit our previous blog post.
Gulf Shores, AL
Lakes, pools, and marinas – now this is the RV life! Between quiet mornings bird watching than taking out a jet ski in the afternoon, you can set your own pace.
Virginia Beach, VA
Drop a kayak in the water and take along your fishing gear because it’s been rumored there is no off-season for fishing in Virginia Beach.
Put those solar panels to use in Assateague National Park where you can boondock Oceanside. Bayside camping is also available.
Stretching out along Mississippi’s Gulf Coast is about as relaxing as it gets. Hiking and biking trails can be found minutes from casinos and nightlife.
Perdido Key, FL
Perdido Key State Park is home to several endangered species such as nesting shorebirds and sea turtles. Wheelchair accessible trails line clean beaches, giving everyone a chance to enjoy the fresh, salt air.
City of Rocks State Park, NM
A geothermal hot springs RV park? Yes, please! The unique rock formations of New Mexico combined with the spectacular star gazing at night will transport you to an unforgettable vacation where you can get back in sync with nature.
San Diego, CA
RV resorts are sprinkled around Mission Bay where the weather is temperate. Take along your tow vehicle and explore your days away. You’ll even find indoor fitness rooms for those rainy days.
Take in the local art around town or enjoy a jeep or helicopter tour. You can even arrange a trip in a hot air balloon. Staying in an RV puts you closer to nature and your own space so go ahead and splurge at a day spa!