Coming off a year like 2020 when every day seemed like your own personal version of the movie Groundhog Day, it looks like 2021 is shaping up to be the year of “let’s do something different.” Take a look at some ideas to add adventure to every month of this new year. 

Miami Everglades RV Resort 

January

Where: Miami, Florida 

Why: Best weather – this is considered Miami’s dry season, which means low humidity

What not to miss:  Vizcaya Museum and Gardens – the perfect outdoor experience

Where to Stay: Miami Everglades RV Resort, on an RV site, or in a cabin

February

Where: Yuma, Arizona

Why: Abundant sunshine, pretty much guaranteed 308 days of the year

What not to miss: The Date Farm or the Camel Farm – both unique spots

Where to Stay: Foothill Village RV Resort, which is now an all age resort!

Bluebonnets, the state flower of Texas, are popular blooms in March and April.

March

Where: Frederickburg, Texas

Why:  The Bluebonnets are in bloom through April  

What not to miss: Enchanted Rock State Natural Area 

Where to Stay: Medina Lake RV Campground – choose an RV site, a cabin, or a tent site

April 

Where: Skagit Valley, Washington State

Why: Skagit Valley Tulip Festival

What not to miss: Charming downtown Mt. Vernon  

Where to Stay: La Conner RV Campground – where you can bring your RV, book a tent site, or stay in a beach cabin

Yosemite Lakes RV Campground

May

Where: Yosemite National Park

Why: Less crowded; fewer seasonal closures

What not to miss: The Waterfalls 

Where to Stay: Yosemite Lakes RV Campground – choose to book an RV site, tent site, cabin, or yurt

June 

Where: California’s Wine Country

Why: Off-season, warm days, cool nights

What not to miss: Safari West – The Sonoma Serengeti

Where to Stay: Russian River RV Campground, which features RV sites, tent sites, and cabin rentals

July

Where: Cooperstown, New York

Why: 2021 Baseball Hall of Fame Induction Weekend and related events 

What not to miss: 2020 Inductees Exhibit

Where to Stay: Alpine Lake RV Campground, choose an RV site, tent site, or cabin

August

Where: Cape May, New Jersey

Why: The beaches

What not to miss: Historic Cape May Lighthouse 

Where to Stay: Sea Pines RV Campground, book an RV site, tent site, or cottage

September

Where: Door County, Wisconsin

Why: Fall Colors (mid-September to mid-October)

What not to miss: Traditional Door County Fish Boil (various)

Where to Stay: Tranquil Timbers RV Campground, where you can stay on an RV or tent site, in a yurt, or a cozy cabin

October

Where: Gettysburg, Pennsylvania

Why: Haunted tours, graveyard, etc.

What not to miss: Gettysburg National Military Park 

Where to Stay: Drummer Boy RV Campground, where your RV site or cabin is just minutes from downtown Gettysburg

November

Where: Colonial Williamsburg

Why: Colonial-Style Thanksgiving and related events 

What not to miss: Native American Heritage exhibits 

Where to Stay: Williamsburg RV Campground and book an RV or tent site, or cabin accommodation

Leavenworth RV Campground

December

Where: Leavenworth, Washington 

Why: Christmas Lighting Festival and related holiday events

What not to miss: Nutcracker Museum

Where to Stay: Leavenworth RV Campground, book a tent or RV site, a cozy cabin, lodge room, or a tiny house

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