Disney's Fort Wilderness Resort and Campground

Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort and Campground was listed as a popular stop by RVshare customers.

Camping saw renewed popularity in 2020 with its history of being a natural way to socially distance. Some packed up their tents or rented cabins; others tried RVing for the first time. According to RVshare, a peer-to-peer RV rental marketplace, 80% of the company’s renters were new to RVing this year.

Among the most popular destinations visited by RVers are the thousands of campground areas spread across America. These are the top five campground picks according to the RVshare renters, according to Travel Awaits.

Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort And Campground

Orlando, Fla.

Located just north of Epcot on Walt Disney World property, the Campsites of Fort Wilderness are amid the 750 acres of pine and cypress forest that make up the resort. There are four options for camping with RVs, including Premium Campsites, which provides room for larger RVs and accommodates equipment on an 18- by 60-foot concrete pad, and include sewage hook-up.

While just minutes from Disney, there is plenty else to do as well. Outdoor activities include horseback riding, canoeing, and archery. You can even rent a golf cart for easier exploration around the property.

Fort Wilderness is extra magical during the holidays when campers, some who visit every year, decorate their campsites, putting everyone in the holiday spirit.

Campland On The Bay

San Diego, Calif.

Just a 15-minute drive from downtown San DiegoCampland on the Bay is located near beautiful Mission Bay and has offered waterfront RV camping for more than 50 years. Right now, the campsite is open, but due to the current Regional Stay Home Orders in California, it’s only accepting reservations for essential travel. But that doesn’t mean you can’t have fun. Recently the campground created an Open-Air Study Hall, where families can get their work and schoolwork done — while camping.

There are dozens of activities for kids and adults, including watercraft and bike rentals, activity camps, beach sports, and even a skateboard park. And while you may never need to leave the grounds, there are many attractions nearby, including San Diego Bay and the USS Midway Museum.

Think of Campland as a giant RV park. They have nearly 600 RV pads including more than 400 with full hookups, and just about any size RV can be accommodated. You’ll definitely want to put this on your campgrounds to visit list.

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