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4 Popular RV Parks for Bicycle Enthusiasts

by Brian Klais
Bicycle Enthusiasts

Camping remains one of the most popular activities in America. According to a Statista report, campgrounds and RV parks gathered an estimated 5.8 billion USD in 2015. If you love camping, probably you too added something to that number. However, camping is all the more fun when you add an RV and a bike to the equation. Sadly, not all RV parks come with bike trails, but those that do are worth visiting. If you are considering buying a diesel motor home for sale or have bought one already, allow us to inspire an upcoming fun weekend in four of the most popular RV parks across the US for travelers with a penchant for bicycling:

  1. Wilderness State Park

You must visit Wilderness State Park, a 10,512-acre RV campsite in Michigan if you want to explore 26 miles of scenic trails along the jagged inland topography and Lake Michigan’s beautiful shoreline. The popular activities here include cycling, bird watching, hiking, hunting, skiing, swimming, outdoor education, and fishing. Pedal all day along the bike trails. You may choose whatever course you like, but make sure that you are back in time to get a glimpse of the setting sun. Enjoy your camping in this park with all modern amenities. You can even choose to stay in one of the rustic cabins in the woods or along the shore.

Bicycle Enthusiasts

  1. L.L. Stub Stewart State Park

If you are looking for an RV park with lush green forests, undulating hills, wildflowers, gleaming streams, and a campsite that exemplifies Oregon’s true spirit, L.L. Stub Stewart State Park is the place to be. Just 34 miles west of Portland, the park opened its door in 2007. Enjoy the best of amenities in the park including tent campsites and cabins. Enjoy your days at the park by exploring the scope for many activities like hiking, cycling, and horseback riding. You will find 14 campgrounds for the single motor homes and two more for the berth doubles, making it the ideal destination for the RV enthusiasts exploring the roads with a gang. L.L. Stub Stewart State Park was the first of its kind to open trails exclusively for cycling aficionados. From easy and challenging to robust and lenient, the mountain bike trails will test your cycling skills, and offer plenty of opportunities for wildlife watching or appreciating the beautiful surroundings. With multiple trails and thousands of acres, you and your friends are sure to enjoy an awesome weekend.

  1. Lake George

This RV park seated in New York’s Adirondack mountains keeps travelers busy with loads of outdoor activities. The 32.2 miles wide Lake George, also known as the ‘queen of the American lakes,’ is one of its kind. Just spend a night or two at this place to discover the beauty of the lake. Paddle all day long to cover the great trails, experience the scenic landscapes, or splash around in the crystal clear water. This lake fed by numerous natural springs and streams provides you with an opportunity to take a refreshing dip after a long day of cycling. The friendly staff will help adventure cyclists with covered bike bridges, free air pumps, and much more.

  1. Palmetto State Park

Located close to the historic city of Gonzales in Texas, this park has something for every RV enthusiast. Whether you want to visit this place to discover its 1,654 acres of verdant landscape, see the beautiful palm trees or watch the numerous birds, this state park is sure to keep you entertained. If you are a bicycle lover, make sure that you explore the Great Texas Wildlife Trail which has more than 240 species of different birds along its scenic, extended route. This RV campground can accommodate the big motor homes. With group sites having the hosting capacity of 99 people and 18 hookups, you can bring along a gang of friends (and also their electric bicycles) to have a fun ride along the trails.

Go ahead and plan a getaway that’s full of hiking, biking, and RV-ing. Look for a diesel motor home for sale (if you don’t own an RV already), gather your friends, and hit the road. Make it an experience that you will cherish forever.


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