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Top Extended Stay Parks for RVers in the Far West
America’s Far West region is a virtual paradise for extended stay RVers, with parks that accommodate long-term guests in compelling regions. From the Pacific Coast to the Grand Canyon to the Columbia River, this region keeps RVers coming back.
Three Cal-Am resorts attract extended stay guests in Mesa, Arizona. Mesa Regal RV Resort accommodates long-term guests with lighted tennis courts, golf driving ranges and a host of luxuries and comforts. Val Vista Village RV Resort and Valle Del Oro RV Resort also treat guests to fabulous amenities and frequent social gatherings.
In Yuma, Sun Vista RV Resort keeps guests busy with sporting events, a two-story fitness center with nearby swimming pools and several clubs and classes, not to mention the great professional entertainment.
California’s extended stay RV parks offer contrasts that range from rugged desert spots to lush coastal communities near the Pacific shore. Indian Wells Carefree RV Resorts in Indio puts guests in the sun-filled Palm Springs area with breathtaking views of the Santa Rosa Mountains. It’s a gateway to golf, galleries and the area’s fabulous shops. Also in the desert, Palms River Resort in Needles sits on the Colorado River with full-hookup sites and easy access to fishing. The park is a short drive from fun-filled Laughlin, Nevada.
In San Diego, La Pacifica RV Resort opens its doors to RVers seeking nearby beaches and attractions like Sea World, the San Diego Zoo and the Gaslamp District.
Near the beautiful city of Eureka in Northern California, Mad River Rapids RV Park in Arcata is close to the majestic Redwood State Park and Northern California Redwood Forests.
Also in Northern California, Santa Nella RV Park in Santa Nella provides quality camping near the Forebay Golf Course and San Luis Reservoir.
Looking to stay for a while in the Pacific Northwest? Brookhollow RV Park in Kelso, Washington, is a big rig park that’s located close to Mt. Rainier, Vancouver and Portland, Oregon. Explore the cosmopolitan cities or deep forests of this compelling part of North America.