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RV Parks that Spice Up the Menu
RVers can work up a healthy appetite during their travels. Nobody knows this better than RV parks that operate restaurants on their properties. These parks offer the best of both worlds: a great place to spend the night and good meals right on the premises.
In Hatch, Utah, RVers making the trip between Bryce and Zion national parks often stop at the 63-site Riverside Resort and RV Park, home to the Cactus Cowboy Restaurant. The owners of the park estimate that 80 percent of guests amble over to the restaurant to sample menu items like the Outlaw burger, a 12-inch-tall specialty that’s the most-photographed thing at the park.
Convenience also plays a big role at the Narrows RV Park in Princeton, Oregon, where RVers can nosh on buffalo burgers, fries and pies at the Narrows restaurant adjacent to the 41-site park. And in Grand Rivers, Kentucky, Miss Scarlett’s Restaurant is one of the main draws at Exit 31 RV Park. The restaurant serves up bison steak, hot browns, open-faced roast beef sandwiches, pancakes (left) and walleye pike for guests staying at the park and locals who want to drop by.
It only makes sense. After a long day of driving, RVers often feel the need to be pampered, and a restaurant located just walking distance from the RV sites gives guests a chance to relax while someone serves them. One big advantage: No cleaning the kitchen after meals.