Best US RV Destinations for Digital Nomads


Storage Cafe analyzed the best US destinations for RV owners regarding Wifi, costs, number of campsites, and more. Results show that Missouri, Arkansas, and Gulf Coast Beachers take the lead on RV destinations. 

RVing has always been a great way to get to know a country and have unique vacations. However, for many, more than vacations, it has transformed into a new lifestyle. With the increase of digital nomads, staying in one place is no longer an option. For many, having an RV means freedom to work anywhere

RVing in the US Has Increased

The RV Industry Association published data on how this road nomad lifestyle has increased since the pandemic. Approximately 600,240 vehicles were shipped in 2021. This is a 39% increase in the number shipped in 2020 and a 19% increase from the previous record in 2017. 

Additionally, between 2001 and 2021, RV ownership increased by more than 62%. In real numbers, there are over 11.2 million households with RVs in the United States.

Best RV Destinations: US Edition

To figure out the best RV destinations, Storage Cafe analyzed CampgroundViews data about the numbers of campsites, costs, and key features such as water and electricity hook poles. Also, factors like Wifi, cable TV, and pet policies. 

Other factors that influenced results were local air quality, internet speed, grocery prices, and nearby retail outlets. 

There are the best US destinations for Rving: 

  1. Branson (MO) 
  2. Hot Springs (AR)
  3. Pigeon Forge (TN)
  4. Zephryhills (FL)
  5. Grants Pass (OR)
  6. Rockport (TX)
  7. Gulf Shores (AL)
  8. South Fork (CO)
  9. Houston (TX)
  10. Fort Myers (FL)
  11. Tucson (AZ)
  12. Yuma (AZ)
  13. Tyler (TX)
  14. San Antonio (TX)
  15. Foley (AL)
  16. Mission (TX)
  17. Redding (CA)
  18. Naples (FL)
  19. Brownsville (TX)
  20. Austin (TX)

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