The Best RV Destinations for Weekend Getaways in your RV
Need a quick getaway from your everyday life? We’ve compiled a few of the best RV destinations for weekend getaways in your RV!
Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort, Orlando, Florida
Located a little over an hour from Lazydays RV Tampa, the world’s largest RV dealership, is the Fort Wilderness RV campground. Not only will you be close to the magic of Disney World, but you’ll also have access to campground amenities like pools, waterslides, horseback riding, archery and more. Your family will love the combination of amusement park entertainment and outdoor fun.
Tarpon Springs, Florida
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Looking for something off the beaten path? Tarpon Springs in Florida takes the charm of a Greek fishing town and brings it to life in central Florida. Not only is Tarpon Springs the sponge capital of the world, but it also boasts some of the most authentic Greek food in the country. Enjoy everything from boat tours, scuba diving and snorkeling to shopping, breweries and museums, all within an hour’s drive from Tampa.
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Located 25 miles from our Lazydays Denver dealership, Golden, Colorado is close enough for a weekend getaway but exciting enough for a full-length vacation. If you’re into outdoor adventures, choose from activities like tubing, fishing, whitewater kayaking, rafting, hiking, skating and more. You’ll also find plenty of cultural activities, including everything from local breweries to the Buffalo Bill Museum and Grave. In fact, Golden is home to the Coors Brewery! No matter how long you stay, you’ll find plenty to do here!
Lake Granby, Colorado
If you’re a Weekend Warrior looking for an outdoor adventure, you’ll want to check out Lake Granby, Colorado. Enjoy outdoor recreation including boating, trout and salmon fishing, hikes for every difficulty level, horseback riding and whitewater rafting. You can even take a dip in nearby Hot Sulphur Springs. When you’re not busy exploring, enjoy the peace and solitude of the great outdoors.