Our favorite is South Carolina’s beach Camping Myrtle park, state owned campground. We love sitting outside our van camper watching the sunrise and or sunset over the ocean. It is one of the most awesome sights we’ve ever seen. The first time was so amazing that I forgot to take a picture, even though I had the camera in my hand. Our family thinks we are crazy because we enjoy watching approaching storms.
Until we discovered beach camping my husband and I loved camping in the mountains of the U.S. and Canada. When we discovered the joys of beach camping, especially at Florida beach parks, that changed. These beach parks with their well maintained campground, swimming pools, pristine beaches, full hook ups, boat docks and wireless internet access, the parks rival some of the area finest hotels in amenities at a lower cost.
One of the perks of beach camping parks is that you can enjoy a variety of activities fishing, swimming, water and jet skiing and boating, or you can enjoy a rousing game of beach volleyball. If you prefer you can just lounge on the beach soaking up the sun.
Did you know that there are RV park for folks over 55? So if you want to vacation without having lot of kids kicking up sand and making noise, look for an over 55 beach camping park.
How can you find the right beach camping park I the area you want to visit? Until now you would have to spend days searching the web for links to beach camping RV parks, or else spend money to buy guide books for each state and area trying to locate the perfect beach campground.
Not anymore! There is a new internet subscriber system online, the Lifetime Subscription – World Wide Beach Camping Parks Directory of over 100 beach parks in the U.S. and all over including Great Britain, Canada, New Zealand, Australia, and in other part of the world. Revdanda Beach Camping
My husband found this service and used it to book a site for us at a lake side beach camping park in New York state’s beautiful Adirondack Mountains. We will be going in October so that we can experience nature’s fall foliage show of color and fish in the lake.
Why not make your next RV trip a beach camping park visit. Use this subscription directory to locate the park that best fits your preferences.
With the help of the directory we hope to find a beach park in Florida or California o that we can get rid of the winter blues and relax on the beach while enjoying some sunshine. We also hope to meet up with old friends and maybe make some new ones.
We found the directory so helpful that we have given gift subscriptions to our friends Jack and Nan and for our neighbor and friend Joe and his family.
If you prefer a freshwater campsite to the ocean, consider using the directory to find a freshwater beach camping park. Illinois has some of the best fresh water beach campgrounds in the United States.