July 4th Escapes: Coast-to-Coast Campgrounds and RV-Friendly Attractions

Four ideas to spark your travel imagination...Get it? Spark?!

Want to create special July 4th memories? Start with an RV rental from Outdoorsy and add a destination with special attractions for the long weekend.  Independence Day RV parks bring a special kick to your RV camping plans this summer. Here are four coast-to-coast ideas to get you thinking about celebrating 4th of July on the road.

1.Cherry Hill Park, DC

If you’re looking for a fireworks display to wow your family, Cherry Hill Park outside of Washington DC might be just the campground for your 4th of July plans. There’s a musical celebration during the day. You can even take a few days to visit historical sites in DC, making Independence Day mean that much more.

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2. Day Lake, Glidden, WI

If you are RV tripping near the Great Lakes, Day Lake Campground offers up a beautiful backdrop along with July 4th fun as well. Day Lake campground has trails, mountain biking options, and is a favorite for those who love to fish. When Independence Day rolls around, the campground and community hosts a fireworks display.

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3. Crawford State Park, Farlington, KS

If you need a pit stop to cater to your family’s barbecue spirit this July 4th, Crawford State Park offers up hamburgers and hotdogs at the marina for families getting ready for the big fireworks display you can watch from the park as well.


4. South Beach State Park, Newport, OR

Central coastal Oregon offers scenic beaches and access to RV camping right next to the Pacific Ocean. South Beach State Parkis a great place to vacation on its own, but nearby Yaquina Bay has one of the largest coastal fireworks displays for the 4th. If you are in town before the show, be sure to check out the town’s parade and concert that take place during the day.