By Lazydays

National Park Week is just around the corner and we are thrilled to share with you all the exciting events and activities planned to celebrate America's beautiful national parks.

This year, National Park Week runs from April 22nd to April 30th, with free admission to all national parks on April 22nd. As an RV enthusiast, National Park Week is the perfect opportunity to hit the road and explore some of the most breathtaking sights the country has to offer.


Bringing your RV along for your National Park Week adventures means you’ll need to find the right places to set up camp. Some national parks have designated campsites and others have areas where dry camping is permitted. If you’re in search of RV parks near some of the country’s most popular national parks, check out these options.


Yellowstone National Park is home to 12 campgrounds with more than 2,000 camping sites. You can visit the park’s website to see its on-site campgrounds and reservation options for the campground of your choice. If you’re interested in additional RV parks near Yellowstone, consider camping at:

  • Grant Village Campground
  • Fox Den RV and Campground
  • Buffalo Crossing RV Park
  • Lewis Lake Campground

There are campgrounds bordering all around Yellowstone that allow you to stay close to the park’s most popular sights.

RV Parks Near Glacier National Park

If you’re RVing to Montana’s Glacier National Park, you’re in luck when it comes to camping! Glacier National Park offers 13 front country campgrounds with varying reservation needs including first-come, first-served sites.

There are additional RV parks near Glacier National Park, including:

  • Many Glacier Campground
  • West Glacier KOA Resort
  • West Glacier RV Park
  • Moose Creek RV Resort

With RV parks and campgrounds all around Glacier National Park, it’s easy to find the perfect spot for enjoying the beautiful sights.

RV Parks Near Zion National Park

Many Utah road trips include a stop at Zion National Park. Luckily, there are lots of options for RV camping around the park. There are numerous campgrounds located throughout Zion, with sites fit for RVs of all sizes.

You can also enjoy camping at RV parks near Zion, such as:

  • Zion Canyon Campground and RV Resort
  • Watchman Campground
  • Zion River Resort RV Park & Campground
  • St. George/Hurricane KOA

These RV parks and campgrounds offer varying hookups, amenities, and features fit for your Zion National Park adventure.

Big Bend National Park RV Camping

Big Bend National Park in Texas is known for its incredible dark sky views, with several campgrounds throughout the park to enjoy the park’s best sights. You can choose from four campgrounds in Big Bend, with several offering full RV hookups and facilities.

Happy campers can also choose from RV parks near Big Bend:

  • Chisos Basin Campground
  • Maverick Ranch RV Park
  • Rio Grande Village Campground
  • RoadRunner Travelers RV Park

These parks are located throughout Big Bend, each with its own amenities, features, and views. Some are right along the border of this famous national park, providing the perfect scenery.


National Park Week is the perfect time to explore the great outdoors with your RV and Lazydays RV is here to help make that happen. Whether you’re a full-timer, retired and living in your RV, or just starting out, Lazydays RV has the perfect RV for your National Park Week adventure.

In addition to our extensive selection of new and used RVs, Lazydays RV offers a variety of RV service options to keep your RV running smoothly throughout your National Park Week journey. Plus, our expert staff can provide tips and advice for RVing in national parks, so you can make the most of your experience.

Visit your nearest Lazydays RV dealership to start planning your National Park Week adventure today. And don’t forget to share your experiences on social media with the hashtags #NationalParkWeek, #FindYourPark, or #EncuentraTuParque to inspire others to join in on the fun!