10 of the Best RV Parks for Remote Workers

As remote work seems to have settled into a trend, a lot of people are considering this work style in the long run. Untethered from the on-site work setting, Americans are taking advantage of the perks that come with teleworking. Taking your job on the road has never been easier. While road trips in your RV might once have been strictly reserved for vacation time, you can now RV while working from anywhere. And, what better way to do that than to simply go to warmer locations that also cater to the RV lifestyle?

With the best places for snowbirds in mind, here is a list of 10 of the best RV parks for remote workers in smaller communities. These parks are close to the larger more well-known (and sometimes overcrowded) snowbird locations in Florida, Arizona, Texas, California, and South Carolina.

1.      Turtle Beach Campground (Venice, FL)- RV Parks

The Turtle Beach Campground is one of the best places to vacation outdoors in Sarasota County. It’s only about half an hour’s drive from Venice, Florida, which came first as a snowbird destination. What’s really unique about this spot is that it’s one of the few Florida campgrounds with direct access to the beach. Once you end your workday, you can kick back and relax to the soothing sounds of the surf. The campground is also just one trolley ride away from Siesta Key Beach, known for its spectacular white sand.

When you stop here with your RV, you get to enjoy full hookups at each site – 20/30/50 amp electrical service, Wi-Fi, water, and sewer are included in the fee. Moreover, you can access crushed shell padded sites if you’d like. For your convenience, restrooms, and access to showers, coined-operated washers and dryers are also part of the amenities offered here.

If you’re a nature enthusiast, keep in mind that sea turtle season is May 1 – Oct 31. Plan your visit accordingly if you wish to spot loggerhead and green turtle nests when visiting Turtle Beach. One important note, Turtle Beach Campground has a strict no pet policy to protect the turtles!

2.      Sanctuary RV Resort (Naples, FL) RV Parks

If you want to enjoy a slice of paradise while taking your job on the go, the Sanctuary RV Resort is the place to be. It’s located between Naples – another snowbird hotspot – and Fort Myers. This resort offers full hookups with adjacent concrete patios on large sites and can accommodate big rigs. You can easily work here using the resort’s Wi-Fi and think about fun activities after you clock out.

You can join other remote workers or visitors at the clubhouse. A multipurpose room is available for community events, working out, and card games. The beach is about six miles from the park. Why not take some time after work to soak up the sun? Additionally, there’s ample opportunity for fishing and shopping if you’d like to venture out more.

If you opt for a longer stay at the Sanctuary RV Resort, you might want to consider a way to lessen your load. Whether extending your stay at the resort or returning to it later, self-storage facilities are nearby to keep some of the RVing essentials out of your living space but also easily accessible. Renting a self-storage in Naples, Florida, starts at around $27/month but can go up to $600 or more, based on the unit size you might need.

3.      La Hacienda RV Resort (Apache Junction, AZ) RV Parks

When it comes to RVing, location is everything! La Hacienda RV Resort has a spectacular view, with the Superstition Mountains as a backdrop. While you’re a guest here, a rich variety of amenities – hiking, golfing, arts and crafts, and more – will make your stay memorable.

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While staying here, you get to enjoy access to free internet, satellite TV, a heated pool, spas, a laundromat, and a library. The site offers 30/50 amp electric hookups, with tree shade at each site. At La Hacienda, you’re close enough to shopping venues, restaurants, golf, and more, while still keeping the city at a distance. This is a perfect spot to RV in the winter.

4.      Twin Palms (Gilbert, AZ) RV Parks

Twin Palms is a quiet RV park that is close to shopping venues, restaurants, museums, and more in the Phoenix area. Electrical hookups for 20/30/40/50 amps are available for RVs and travel trailers.

You have access to free Wi-Fi, cable TV, showers, a laundromat, and restrooms. Additionally, each spot is equipped with pea gravel and a cement area where you can use patio furniture. Let’s not forget about the trees here, which offer much-needed shade from the Arizona sun. As an added bonus, the park is located on a canal, a perfect spot to walk dogs or to ride bikes.

5.      KOA (Mount Pleasant, SC) RV Parks

This KOA location is in the quintessential Carolina Lowcountry: You’re surrounded by beautiful oaks and Spanish moss throughout the campground. Amenities include 50/80 amp hookups as well as Wi-Fi and cable TV, which means you can easily work and relax after you finish work for the day. When you camp here, you have access to a pool, camping kitchen, and a fishing spot. The campground offers firewood and propane for sale should you need them.

Rent a bike or a boat to explore the natural beauty of the area. Not only are you close to Mount Pleasant, an excellent snowbird location, but also to Charleston. You can visit Fort Sumter National Monument and the many plantations of the area.

6.      Jetstream RV Resort at Nasa (Friendswood, TX) RV Parks

Whether you plan to stay here for a short while or for a little longer, the Jetstream RV Resort at Nasa caters to a high living standard. Just south of Houston, it offers convenience and all the bells and whistles of a well-rounded living environment. Its 200 RV sites offer hookups for 30/50 amps and access to Wi-Fi and cable TV. It’s easy to stay here, whether you’ve brought a small RV or a large one.

This campground comes with all the amenities you’d enjoy while vacationing. You can take a dip in the pool if you’d like to relax. You can head out to the clubhouse to enjoy the main lounge area, the fitness center, the laundry area, the arcade, and the gym. Jetstream is also pet friendly, so make sure to take advantage of the dog run located near the nature trail as well as the on-site pet grooming station.

7.      El Paso Roadrunner (El Paso, TX) RV Parks

When you stay here while working remotely, you get to enjoy beautiful Texas weather in a quiet setting. El Paso Roadrunner is a tranquil RV campground with plenty of amenities to make your stay enjoyable. You have access to Wi-Fi, bathrooms, and showers, and a laundromat is open around the clock.

For your convenience, an RV technician can assist you on-site in case you need help with your motorhome. Propane tanks are also available for sale in case you need them. Moreover, the campground is pet friendly, so you can bring along your furry friends while you work in a vacation-style setting.

8.      Orange Land (Irvine, CA) RV Parks

Let’s not forget sunny California when it comes to taking your work on the road. Orange Land is the perfect location to park your RV and enjoy the beautiful scenery. Located on a previous orange orchard, this family-run business is the ideal spot for working remotely.

You get to enjoy wide, premium RV sites with 20/30/50-amp hookups, free Wi-Fi, and cable TV. Additionally, you can enjoy a recently renovated heated swimming pool, spa, and a stunning Southern California backdrop. The park is also pet friendly, with dog walking areas and a dog wash station included. Plus, you’re only a stone’s throw away from Disneyland Resort, Angel Stadium, Old Town, and several other fun attractions.

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9.      San Carlos RV Resort & Marina (Fort Myers, FL) RV Parks

The San Carlos RV Resort & Marina is a campground located on Hurricane Bay. This RV park offers great amenities including a heated pool, hot spa, and a recreation center as well as boat docks and fishing spots. For your convenience, washers and dryers are also available.

During winter, you can partake in various activities, such as live music, craft shows, water aerobics, shuffleboard, and even a fashion show. Of course, don’t forget about the beach: The area boasts beautiful white powdered sand. You’re also close to Sanibel Island and Everglades National Park.

10. Hill Country Cottage & RV Resort (New Braunfels, TX) RV Parks

The third Texas location to pop up on our list, Hill Country Cottage & RV Resort has a lot in store for the RVer looking to work while surrounded by beauty. With 250 RV sites and 75 vacation rentals are available at this resort you can even invite guests. You can choose from a standard back-in, standard pull-through, an elite back-in, or a premium pull-through RV site.

Amenities depend on the type of site you choose, but all of them offer full 30/50 amp hookups, access to Wi-Fi, and basic cable. Upgrades include a picnic table. If you decide this location is excellent for you, you can plan to stay long term here. Enjoy the year-round warm weather, as you experience the resort-like lifestyle.

RV Parks Smaller Communities Becoming More Popular with RVers

There are many other RV parks that can accommodate remote workers, this is just a list of the top 10 that StorageCafe compiled of popular smaller communities. StorageCafe also found that these smaller cities offer an “ideal mix of attractions, charm, and lower overall costs.” As a remote worker, do you have a favorite campground or location that is not on the list? Please share it in the comments.

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Carol Ivey

Carol is a long-time adventurer who loves traveling in her 44 foot Newmar Mountain Aire Class A RV with her husband Mike, and their Black Standard Schnauzer aptly named "Rider". Carol has been sharing travel stories and advice for years and their newest adventure chronicles what luxury RV living and travel is all about. Tips, tricks, and lessons learned about Glamping- seeing the country in style and comfort while cruising behind the wheel of a luxury RV. They definitely know how to RV-N-Style.

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