From awe-inspiring vistas to breathtaking wildlife, every national park in the United States is home to plenty of memorable experiences. But there’s another reason why many of America’s national parks are so special: drivability. You can drive to some of the most exciting natural wonders, and many are even accessible by RV. They make for incredible stops along any RV journey—or perfect road trip destinations. After you’ve looked at Class B RVs for sale and made your purchase, you’re ready to hit the road in your new camper van. Or maybe you’ve been planning the RV getaway of a lifetime. Either way, here are three road trip-ready national parks to get you excited for your next adventure!

Yellowstone National Park 

There are a lot of RV-friendly national parks. Yellowstone National Park in northwest Wyoming is no exception. With a road network that takes you to all kinds of hot spots around the park, navigating in an RV is easy. See Yellowstone Lake in all its glory and then head to Old Faithful. You can spend days roving through the park, taking in all sorts of remarkable sights. In some areas, it’s almost like stepping back in time. From young families to retired couples, Yellowstone is an experience for all. And because you’re traveling via RV, you can also explore the sights outside of Yellowstone, like Grand Teton National Park and the Bridger-Teton National Forest.

Theodore Roosevelt National Park 

If you want to see breathtaking, painted vistas, you won’t want to miss Theodore Roosevelt National Park in western North Dakota. Enjoy the scenic drives throughout the park and take in the diverse terrain, including the stark badlands. You may even see wild bison, horses, elk, and more. In the spirit of the road trip, Theodore Roosevelt National Park is also north of other stops you can incorporate into your RV road trip, including the nearby Dakota Prairie Grasslands. Go further south into South Dakota and take in the Black Hills National Forest, which is home to all kinds of parks and monuments, Like Wind Cave National Park and Mount Rushmore National Memorial.

Acadia National Park 

Maine’s Acadia National Park can be the perfect destination if you’ve just picked up that Super C RV for sale and you want to see the country. Super C RVs are great family motorhomes and can be great vehicles to drive when exploring the country, especially for an extended trip. Depending on where you start, RVing to Acadia National Park can take you all the way across the country. This national park is situated on the coast of Maine. No matter where you live—in Idaho or any other state—Acadia makes for an unforgettable RV experience. From dense forests to coastal panoramas, you can see it all from your RV. You can also camp and take in the sights on a bike ride or a hike. Even if you’ve been to Acadia National Park or any national park, they can be worth visiting in an RV. There’s just so much to see!

About DDRV

There’s something special about exploring the great outdoors in an RV. It’s freedom, discovery, and adventure all in one vehicle, and no one knows adventure better than DDRV. As Idaho’s preeminent RV dealers, they’re ready to help you enjoy your next trip to the fullest. From new and used motorhomes for sale to a huge selection of boats, personal watercraft, and ATVs, they have you covered for any adventure. That means they’re not just the most trusted Idaho RV dealers—they’re also the boat dealers Idaho turns to for excursions on the water. Plus, with ATV sales Boise can’t get enough of, you can find the powersports vehicles to go anywhere. Whether you live in the Treasure Valley or call anywhere in the Pacific Northwest home, make DDRV your top choice for outdoor recreation, no matter where the road takes you.

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