For some RVers, there’s nothing better than a glass of wine or a mug of beer at the end of a long day of activities. Many states are well-known for their gorgeous vineyards and for breweries that range from massive to micro. If you’re one of the many RVers who appreciates a trip through wine country or likes exploring an array of breweries, RVT has gathered a list of eight of the best RV parks located near wineries and breweries in America.*

1. Wine Country RV Resort – Paso Robles, California

Image of vineyards in Paso Robles California
Paso Robles, CA

The Wine Country RV Resort comes equipped with an on-site wine garden, so whether you decide to take a winery day trip or stay at the resort, you will remain immersed in the wine culture. If you decide to venture out, nearby wineries include Vina Robles Vineyards, Eberle Winery, or Le Vigne Winery.

2. Vintner’s Grove RV Park – St. Helena, California

Photo of candlelit barrels in Del Dotto Historic Winery Caves in Napa Valley. St. Helena, California
Del Dotto Historic Winery Caves in Napa Valley. St. Helena, CA

In the heart of Napa Valley, Vintner’s Grove RV Park is a destination for all types of wine drinkers. Enjoy some of the very best wineries in the nation while also relaxing in the comfort of your diesel pusher or other RV.

3. Devils Backbone Camp – Roseland, Virginia

Image of a landscape by Roseland, Virginia near Blue Ridge parkway
Landscape near Roseland, VA

Both a great brewery and a great campground, Devils Backbone Camp is one to not pass up. The company has established themselves as one of the most popular breweries on the east coast. Their renowned beer, coupled with their own campground located within minutes of the Appalachian Trail, offers a unique camping experience for beer connoisseurs.

4. Thousand Trails Chehalis RV and Camping Resort – Chehalis, Washington

Mount Rainier, WA

This stunning RV park is situated near several wineries and breweries. With spectacular views of both Mount Rainier and Mount St. Helens, kick back and relax with a nice glass of wine in your cozy travel trailer, fifth wheel, or other RV. Occupying over 300 acres of land, Chehalis RV Campground provides a beautiful camping experience. Explore the many scenic hiking trails in the area. This camping resort also offers full hookups, a pool, and a clubhouse.

5. Wolfe’s Neck Campground – Freeport, Maine

Googins Island, Wolfe’s Neck State Park, Freeport, Maine

Overlooking the Casco Bay, Wolfe’s Neck Campground has picturesque views and miles of beautiful nature trails. Located just a few miles from the Maine Beer Company and within a 30-minute drive to a dozen other high-rated breweries, this campground is ideal for any beer lover. Wolfe’s Neck features over 130 pet-friendly sites.

6. Smiling Toad Brewery – Colorado Springs, Colorado

image of Sunrise at the Garden of the Gods in Colorado Springs, CO
Sunrise at the Garden of the Gods in Colorado Springs, CO

Offering a one-night stay with a Harvest Hosts membership, park your campervan or other RV in the city at Smiling Toad Brewery. Take time to admire the splendor of the Rocky Mountains from their patio while enjoying the local craft beer. The Springs is also home to dozens of other craft breweries. Hiking is another popular pastime in the area.

7. Rutledge Lake Resort – Fletcher, North Carolina

Image of Sierra Nevada Brewery, Fletcher, NC
Sierra Nevada Brewery, Fletcher, NC

Within minutes from the city of Asheville – the second largest number of craft breweries per population – Rutledge Lake Resort is ideal for the adventurous beer drinker. There are a few dozen different breweries to choose from in the area, including the well-known Sierra Nevada Brewing Company.

8. Casini Ranch Family Campground – Duncan Mills, California

Image of a vineyard with an oak tree, Sonoma County, California
Vineyard with Oak Tree, Sonoma County, CA

Located in the famous Sonoma County just north of San Francisco, this tranquil campground is a perfect getaway for a wine enthusiast desiring serenity. If you’re an angler, you may also enjoy fishing in the Russian River located on the campground.

If sipping a robust glass of wine or drinking a frosty mug of cold brew while relaxing at the campground sounds like the ultimate vacation, some of these wineries and breweries may be the perfect addition to your camping bucket list this year.

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*For your safety, and the safety of those around you, never drink and drive.

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