Camping has come a long way from the days when John Muir hiked across the Sierras. Camping, in fact, means different things to different people. For some, camping is sleeping in a tent and roasting marshmallows over a roaring fire. For others, camping is what you do when you explore America’s highways and byways in the comfort of your RV. It’s what snowbirds do, when they find that perfect RV park or resort, far from winter’s chill.
So whether you are interested in taking a weekend camping trip or organizing a family reunion at a campground with a mix of RV and tent sites and rental accommodations, this guide can help you find the park that’s right for you.
California Requirements for driving RVs over 40′ It is legal to drive motorhomes over 40 …