If you’re looking for a unique twist to your next vacation, try staying in an RV.
Don’t own one? It’s easier than it has ever been before to rent one with Outdoorsy!
By staying in an RV, you have complete control over your vacation. You aren’t dependent on available hotel rooms and you don’t have to worry about unpacking and repacking every time you want to visit a new spot.
With that kind of freedom, the entire state of Virginia is at your fingertips. Here are four things you just have to do when visiting this great state in an RV.
Stay at Virginia Beach KOA
If you’ve never stayed in an RV before, checking out an RV resort is a must. Instead of roughing it by parking out in the woods with barely a place to shower, a resort provides you with the same level of amenities, and more, as a hotel.
One of the best is Virginia Beach KOA. RVers return to this location again and again because it:
- Has two swimming pools and a giant inflatable water slide
- Offers bike rentals and electric bikes
- Hosts events like outdoor movies and ice cream socials
- Has basketball, volleyball, horseshoe pits, and more
- Offers trolley rides to the ocean
- And more
Visit Shenandoah Caverns
Located in Quicksburg, the Shenandoah Caverns are a must-see. This cave system features over a mile of underground tunnels that connect to over a dozen chambers. Each one features a different formation with a special name, like the Diamond Cascade and the Grotto of the Gods.
Take the hour-long tour to learn how the caves formed and how they were discovered.
Walk Through Colonial Williamsburg
There are a lot of historical things to do in Virginia. It’s well worth your time to visit Thomas Jefferson’s Monticello and George Washington’s Mount Vernon, but make sure you take time to visit Colonial Williamsburg.
There’s so much to explore on the 301-acre property that recreates Britain’s 18th century capital in the new world. Explore restored and reconstructed buildings, inspect recreated products from the day, and learn more about this historic area from costumed interpreters.
Camp at Great Falls Park
Just 15 miles from Washington, D.C. is Great Falls Park. If you’re looking for a rustic, natural RV experience, this is it.
This park houses the nation’s first canals as well as hiking trails that take you along dramatic clifftops. You can take a tour and learn more about the area from a park ranger, ride the trails on horseback, or do some rock climbing. Just make sure you check out the Great Falls of the Potomac River where water splashes dramatically down steps of jagged rocks.
The best part about an RV is the fact that you aren’t confined to a single location! Spend a day or two at one of these locations and then move onto the next so you can see everything this great state has to offer.