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Must-see Destinations in the United States

Woman sitting on truck bed in front of snowy mountain

The summer camping season is in full swing. If you are itching to pack up the RV and hit the road, you are not alone. The question is, where to next?

We asked a few of our ambassadors to weigh in and tell us some of their must-see destinations in the United States that everyone should visit at least once. Check out their answers below and start planning your itinerary.


Everyone should visit Alaska. It’s the final frontier. As technology centric as we all are now a days, life is just different in Alaska. There are still very large areas of land with zero cell service. The wildlife is everywhere. You very much get the feeling that we are visiting the wildlife there rather than the wildlife visiting us in the lower 48. The drive to Alaska is long, and that is usually part of the reason someone won’t make it up there. There are more miles that separate Seattle, WA from Alaska than there are miles that separate Seattle from Pensacola, FL. A leisurely drive of that length can take 5 days if you average 550 miles a day. When we tow, we try to limit the drive to 300 miles. Our crossing to Alaska took close to 10 days one way. If driving isn’t an option, you can fly to Anchorage and rent a car for exploring. Otherwise, jump on a cruise ship and check out the inner passage, almost everything you see on a cruise ship you cannot see when you drive to Alaska.

From Tim and Ursulla of @AirstreamVagabond

Hayden Peak, Summit County, Utah

Hayden Peak in Summit County, Utah is a must-see location. Driving through the Uinta Mountains, I had no I idea what a gem of nature was tucked between the mountains. When the road opened up to reveal a clear blue lake nestled in the middle of the mountains, it was stunning. And the weather was perfect!

From Hank and Lola of @StrangerPalooza

View of Hayden Peak through trees

Zion National Park, Springdale, Utah

Person looking out at Zion National Park

Zion National Park in Springdale, Utah should be on every RVers bucket list. It has amazing hiking, with views that you have to see in person to truly appreciate. The weather can be great if you get there at the right time of year (early spring) and low crowds if you go during winter. We went in March and stayed at a campground right in the center of the National Park. There was a small town just below the campground that was within walking distance with breweries, cafes and restaurants. It felt more like an all-inclusive travel resort than a National Park and we have not experienced this at any other National Park.

From Kenny and Sabrina of @MovingForwardAdventures