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Barry and Linda

We have been RVing since our early married life in the 70's. I am a retired General Contractor (wood butcher extraordinaire) and Linda retired from a career in Cosmetology (hairbender). We still have a stix & brix home, but travel extensively throughout the year whenever we want. Thus RV-Anytimers. We will be posting our travels so our family and friends can ride along. view my complete profile.

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Best RV Parks Or Caravan Parks For Dogs

November 12th, 2014

Has a nice dog or pet that you like for it to travel with you? Need an RV park or caravan park that suits best for you?

If you like to travel in an RV, but are worried that there is no one to take care of your dog at your permanent home, then you may pursue such RV park that can facilitate your pet travelling with you. You should know that more than 50 percent of RVers usually go with their pets, so finding out an excellent stop for your nice family member (and quite often, your best friend!) is a need. These RV parks – also known as Caravan parks, offer quite big open space for running, and pet-accommodating administers about where pets can play, and you can enjoy in peace.

In this article, I will list some RV parks that you like to see, which will hopefully help you in deciding the best RV park for you and your dog.

Four Paws Kingdom (Rutherfordton, NC)

It is one of oldest RV parks and a great spot, especially for pet managers. It has coddles puppy holders with off rope regions for little and extensive mutts, a pet bathhouse, and exercises. Additionally, it has a swimming lake and readiness territories. It provides full campground facilities such as free WIFI, Big Rig sites and first class events and entertainment. However, it is more about campsite than an RV park, so I would recommend it if your budget is high and you need a quite big place. As of writing this, they are giving a 30% discount on their RV site and rental unit rates; there’s nothing to lose!

Garden of the Gods RV Resort (Colorado Springs, Colo)

This park lies just outside Colorado Springs, Colo. It has whopping 198 spaces and plenty of fun for humans and their animal companions as well. Rafting, fishing nearby as well as covered picnic areas are sure to entertain visitors.  Rallies and large groups are always welcome. The park makes room for big-rig RVs and also offers body work and collision repair. It gives spectacular views of Pikes Peak, “America’s Mountain”. Highly recommended if you want a nice and calm place along with your pet accommodation.

Sunflower RV Resort/PMP (Surprise, Arizona)

This park is an extraordinary spot for a shopping excursion or investing eventually at baseball spring preparing. The 55 or more stop offers about 900 augmented stay destinations and a tight-sew group. Church administrations, small golf, a diversion room and a lot of different attractions make for an awesome long sit tight. The recreation center has a lot of open space for pets and is a short drive from fabulous Arizona parks. I would recommend it if you want more than an RV park out of the box.

Clackamette city park (Oregon City, Oregon)

Vast, shaded, verdant zone. Simply a couple of pieces away is a city-supported canine park fenced in with utilized tennis balls from the tennis courts adjacent; Can also be used for dry camping. Recommended if you want no more or less than a campsite.

Hidden Valley R.V. Resort & Campground (Milton, Wisconsin)

Located in Milton, Wisconsin, it is quite clean and decent place. It has an expansive, off-rope pet range. They give crap sacks and the zone is spotless. It provides swimming pool. Recommended if you occasionally go without pets, and like to go with pets as well.

Happy RVing!

Did the presented ideas in this article helped you in deciding the right RV park for you? Any other RV park that you like to add in this article? Please tell me in the comments section below!