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Families are ditching hotel stays and opting to stay in their RVs, whether rented or owned, as a way to physical distance and only interact with their group. Like most, you are probably familiar with the famous National Parks, like Grand Canyon, Yellowstone and Yosemite, but there are over 10,000 state parks. Most of the parks have amazing views and a variety of family friendly activities, such as fishing, hiking and watersports. See below for a snapshot of the states with the most State Parks. It is recommended to call for closures and restrictions before traveling. Have you visited a state park? Use the "contact us" button to share your experience.
Alabama may have the fewest State Parks, but check out Oak Mountain State Park. Known for Mountain biking and hiking. Naturalist programs, educational opportunities, and avian rehabilitation are also major components of the park.
Rated as having the most state parks, it can be hard to choose just one to visit with your family and friends. Begin your experience with Pfeiffer Big Sur State Park, that offers a large campground to accommodate your RV! Located along the Big Sur River among redwoods, oaks and maples.
Along with its many beaches, the sunshine state boast many state parks. Bicycling, boating and camping can be enjoyed at Alafia River State Park. Make your reservations for family reunions and weddings for the perfect backdrop!
The state of the windy city is famous for more than the "Chicago dog" but has over 142 State Parks. Make Garden of the Gods your first visit.
Niagara Falls State Park is the oldest state park in the US. The attractions at Niagara Falls State Park get you closer than you ever imagined to the powerful Falls. .
A rock with a face like Abe Lincoln's overlooks Lincoln Rock State Park above the Rocky Reach Dam. Enjoy hiking trails and water activities for the whole family.
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