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Come to the Top Family Campgrounds in the South, Y’all

July 18, 2013 by · Leave a Comment 

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Healthy servings of Southern hospitality await RVing families who stay at these parks. The beautiful architecture and welcoming locals found in the surrounding areas are added bonuses.

Catherine’s Landing At Hot Spring, Hot Springs, Arkansas, boasts custom cottages, yurts and a community lodge as well as private boat ramps and pontoon boat rentals just minutes from historic downtown Hot Springs. Ready for some fun in the sun? Live Oak Landing (pictured) in Freeport, Florida, is within minutes of the Emerald Coast beaches and features a new screened-in Saline Pool, RV sites, resort cottages, private boat ramp and dock leading strait to Chochtawhatchee Bay, the Gulf, and local rivers. More watery fun beckons at Sun-N-Fun RV Resort in Sarasota, with a huge swimming pool, 18 shuffleboard courts, mini golf, pro horseshoe courts, hot tubs, a billiard room, lawn boules, lighted tennis courts and a 10 acre fishing lake.

If Georgia’s on your mind, head to Pine Mountain An RVC Outdoor Destination in Pine Mountain, Near Callaway Gardens, Roosevelt’s Little White House, Wild Animal Safari and the National POW Museum. Savor some down-home flavor at Cajun Palms RV Resort, in Breaux Bridge, Louisiana, a full service resort just a half-mile north of I-10 with a nice mix of traditional and high-tech amenities. Deep South fun prevails at Yogi On The Lake, in Pelahatchie, Mississippi, with a friendly, clean and active atmosphere. In Cherokee, North Carolina, Yogi In The Smokies boasts comfortable cabins and beautiful campsites nestled deep in an iconic mountain range.

Tennessee will enthrall your family with homespun music, mountain vistas and a rich cultural history. At Chattanooga’s Best Holiday Trav-L-Park, near I-75, guests can re-live Civil War history, visit the world’s largest freshwater aquarium or ride the Incline Railroad when they’re not resting in shaded sites with every amenity. Loretta Lynn’s Ranch in Hurricane Mills spoils guests with concerts, RV Park/Cabins, tours, museums, gift shops, pool, fishing, canoes and trail tides—all an hour outside of Nashville. Walk the footsteps of Elvis at Memphis Graceland RV Park & Campground on 19 acres just off Elvis Presley Boulevard behind Elvis Presley’s Heartbreak Hotel and across the street from the world-famous Graceland. Fans of country music will feel right at home at Nashville Shores RV Park on Percy Priest Lake, with a full water park, marina, lake access, waterfront sites, cabins and boat rentals—all just 10 miles from downtown Nashville. The music plays on at River Plantation RV Resort in Pigeon Forge, minutes from the Smokey Mountains, Pigeon Forge, Gaitlinburg, Dollywood, 300 factory outlet stores and lots of shows.

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