Top Southern RV Destinations for Spring

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With spring break and warmer weather quickly approaching in the southern United States, it’s prime time to de-winterize your RV and hit the road on a much-needed trip. With countless destinations and parks to explore, why wait when you can spend your vacation in the great outdoors? Allow our team at ClearHome Self Storage to show you some of the most scenic and beautiful southern RV road trip destinations for this spring break.

1. Cloudland Canyon State Park

Cloudland Canyon State Park is located in northwest Georgia along the western edge of Lookout Mountain. Across this scenic landscape are 75 RV campsites. Make base at your campsite, host a get-together at one of the designated picnic shelters, or tour the many beautiful routes and sights of the canyons, waterfalls, and woodland!

2. Anastasia State Park

Are you looking for somewhere with a heavier emphasis on wildlife? Consider Anastasia State Park near St. Augustine, FL, for your next RV trip. With 139 campsites across this lush park, you can take in the many sights and sounds of the wilderness. One popular activity is bird-watching as many bird species populate the area, including the great blue heron, bald eagle, and wood stork.

3. Great Smoky Mountains National Park

Maybe you desire a destination a little closer to home. Along the Tennessee-North Carolina border sits the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, a sprawling landscape of forests and campsites more in tune with nature. Take advantage of the many hiking trails throughout your stay!

4. Kentucky Bourbon Trail

For a trip strictly for adults only, consider looking into a journey across the Kentucky Bourbon Trail. Sponsored by the Kentucky Distillers’ Association (KDA), this region is along the northern Kentucky border, consisting of 46 stops promoting the Kentucky whiskey industry. The trail consists of campsites throughout and distilleries in Louisville, Lexington, and Frankfort.

A truck pulling a trailer drives east on a Kentucky highway during a cross-country road trip.

Tips for RV Trips in the South

Once you have decided where to go for your RV trip, it’s time to start planning. It’s always good to have additional information to make planning your vacation as smooth as possible. Here are some tips to consider for your next RV trip:

  • Practice driving your RV beforehand
  • Book your campground and make plans ahead of time
  • Get up early and go
  • Avoid driving in the dark
  • Pack clothing appropriate for the weather
  • Bring plenty of water and sunscreen

Enhance Your Southern RV Trip With ClearHome Self Storage

Whether you need a place to keep your RV secure during the offseason or a space to keep souvenirs, turn to ClearHome Self Storage for our premier storage units. We have several storage facilities across the southern United States in the following states:

Each facility contains a wide range of small, medium, and large storage units with various amenities, so your ideal solution is here with us. Contact us online to learn more today!

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