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Top 3 April Travel Destinations for RVers 2018

 

April hath put a spirit of youth in everything. – William Shakespeare

Longer days, warmer weather and catching wildflowers in bloom, we cannot contain our excitement for the month of April. Are you looking for spring RV destinations with delightful temperatures, little to no crowds and stunning scenery? Maybe you’re in search of an adventure destination with hiking, snorkeling, kayaking or an off-roading route to put your new Winnebago Revel to the test. If you answered yes to any or all of the above, we’ve got you covered. From the west coast to the deep south, here are our top RV destinations that can’t be skipped this April.

 

Yellow Flower Super Bloom
Photography: @kristen_blanton

Anza-Borrego Desert State Park, California

Do you remember last years super bloom across California? It was pretty unforgettable. Anza-Borrego State Park saw endless fields of pastel desert wildflowers during late March and April of 2017. Though the area did not receive as much rain this month, there’s still time, so we suggest making your way to California’s desert. Barrel Cactus, Beavertail, Cholla, Prickly Pear, Desert Agave, Chuparosa, Creostoe and Brittlebush are all currently in bloom and they are a magnificent site. The state park is home to wildlife and unforgettable hiking trails.

Weather: Sunny / High: low 80s / Low: mid 50s
Where to Stay: The Springs at Borrego RV Resort 
Where to Eat: Red Ocotillo

 

Yellow Umbrellas on the beach
Photography: @claudiachloe

Clearwater, Florida

If you want to make your way south for the warm spring weather but are set on dodging the crowds, we suggest checking out Clearwater, Florida. The vacation spot is an hour northwest of Tampa and hosts the Pier 60 Sugar Sand Festival from April 13-22nd. The festival is one of a kind and features 11 of the world’s top sand sculptors during an 11 day competition. Head to Shell Key Island for an epic snorkeling adventure, then end your evening at Boca Ciega Bay for a memorable sunset cruise.

Weather: Sunny / High: mid 80s / Low: mid 60s
Where to Stay: Avalon RV Resort
Where to Eat: Clear Sky Cafe

 

Mountain reflection in lake
Photography: @nicksjourneys

Jackson Hole, Wyoming

Never have I met a person who didn’t fall madly in love with Jackson Hole after laying eyes on the landscape. The valley, formed by the Teton Range on the western side and the Gros Ventre Range on the eastern, is the mecca for outdoor enthusiasts, site seers and photographers. Spend your time hiking, kayaking, skiing at the resort, bird watching or star gazing. The town is packed with amazing local galleries and shopping. Without a doubt, there is something for everyone.

Weather: Sunny / High: mid 50s / Low: mid 20s
Where to Stay: Virginian RV Lodge
Where to Eat: Cowboy Coffee 

 

 

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