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Top Fishing Parks Chosen by the Good Sam RV Travel Guide and Campground Directory
Some anglers don’t like to share the locations of great fishing spots. Fortunately, the editors and consultants of the Good Sam RV Travel Guide and Campground Directory aren’t so greedy. In fact, we’ve compiled a list of great fishing locations for RV travelers on a quest for catching the big one.
With parks from across North America, the list is tailored for RV travelers who like campgrounds with fishing on the property or located within a short distance to prime fishing sites.
The Good Sam RV Travel Guide’s top RV parks for anglers are:
Willow Beach RV & Campground, Willow Beach, Arizona
Tom Sawyer’s RV Park, West Memphis, Arkansas
Santee Lakes Recreation Preserve, Santee, California
San Carlos RV Park and Islands, Fort Myers Beach, Florida
Redrock RV and Camping Park, Island Park, Idaho
Follow The River RV Resort, Florence, Indiana
Mississippi Dept. of Wildlife, Fisheries, Jackson, Mississippi
Walker River Resort, Smith Valley, Nevada
Marval Resort, Gore, Oklahoma
Oasis Campground, Chamberlain, South Dakota
Ripplin’ Waters Campground & Cabin Rental, Sevierville, Tennessee
Lake Ridge RV Resort, Hillsville, Virginia
RVers can choose from a variety of fishing experiences when they plan their trips. At Idaho’s Red Rock RV and Camping Park in Island Park, guests can cast a line in Lake Henry, home of “trophy winning” trout. Also nearby is the Madison River, known for stellar fly fishing.
Other parks offer a more sedate fishing experience. Follow the River RV Resort in Florence, Indiana, boasts a catch-and-release lake right on the property. No license is required for this activity, which is a great way for novice anglers to familiarize themselves with the sport. In Florida, San Carlos RV Park and Islands in Fort Myers helps guests make reservations with deep sea fishing charters at one of the most popular fishing hot-spots in the Gulf Coast.