Ten Romantic Campground Getaways

Whether you love it or hate it, Valentine’s Day is all about romance. And what’s more romantic than discovering a brand new camping destination with your honey? Here at RVBooking we believe one of the best ways to connect is to get outside together so check out these 10 camping destinations for your next romantic getaway! 

Written by

Bronwyn Laurence

Published on

November 8, 2021


Whether you love it or hate it, Valentine’s Day is all about romance. And what’s more romantic than discovering a brand new camping destination with your honey? Here at RVBooking we believe one of the best ways to connect is to get outside together so check out these 10 camping destinations for your next romantic getaway! 


1. Ojo Caliente Hot Springs RV Park

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“Camp in the Rio Ojo Caliente bosque, fall asleep under brilliant starscapes and awaken to striking sunrises. Ojo’s campsites are hidden gems nestled in a cottonwood grove just a short walk from the mineral springs that have beckoned and soothed travelers for thousands of years. The campground offers uncompromising essentials—a shower facility, potable water and RV hookups—without the distractions of cell service (though free wifi is available). Access to public hiking/biking trails and our acclaimed restaurant and spa are all just a short walk away, bringing glamping to a whole new level. See our campground map for amenities by campsite.” 

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2. Tate’s Hell State Park

Photo: Tate's Hell State Park

“Located on the Forgotten Coast near Carrabelle in Northwest Florida, Tate's Hell State Forest covers more than 200,000 acres and boasts a staggering number of major habitats, which include wet flatwoods, wet prairie, seepage slope, baygall, floodplain forest, floodplain swamp, basin swamp, upland hardwood forest, sandhill, pine ridges, dense titi thickets and scrub. This is an incredibly wild place that's surrounded by other incredibly wild places. If you're looking to get seriously into the thick of things, Tate's Hell State Forest is where you want to be.”

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3. Lo-lo Mai RV Resort (Cornville, AZ)

Photo: Lo Lo Mai Springs

“Lo Lo Mai Springs Resort is located on Oak Creek, just minutes from Sedona.  Visitors have been staying at Lo Lo Mai Springs in RV's, tents and cabins for over 50 years.  Our gorgeous sites are surrounded by water and shaded by ancient cottonwoods and soaring sycamores. Our Cabins, RV and tent sites are nestled in the middle of nature, amongst the trees, near the flowing sounds of beautiful Oak Creek. Lo Lo Mai is more than camping, we are an oasis escape from time and the desert.  On the grounds you can find families camping, children on bicycles, dogs laying in the creek... and all just minutes from Sedona!  Many of our guest never leave the park during their stay while others use Lo Lo Mai as a beautiful and relaxing base camp to explore the wonders of the surrounding area.”

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4. Redwoods RV Resort California

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“Experience the peaceful giant redwoods of Santa Cruz, and the sounds of the San Lorenzo River while only minutes away from downtown Santa Cruz. Santa Cruz Redwoods RV Resort offers a beautiful, clean and safe environment.”

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5. Hungry Mother State Park


Photo: Mountain Do Triathlon 

“Hungry Mother, one of the original six Virginia State Parks, has long been a favorite. It's known for beautiful woodlands and a placid 108-acre lake in the heart of the mountains. The park has a sandy beach with a bathhouse, boat rentals (canoe, kayak, paddle boats and paddleboards), a boat launch and a universally accessible fishing pier. Guests also enjoy campgrounds, cabins, yurts and hiking and biking trails.”

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6. Warrumbungle Ranges National Park

Photo: Ilia Genkin

“Few camping destinations come with a higher star rating than Warrumbungle National Park near Coonabarabran in western NSW. Proclaimed Australia’s first Dark Sky Park in 2016, it’s famous for its clear atmosphere and stellar stargazing, as well as the nearby Siding Springs Observatory, home to the largest telescope in Australia. Millenia ago, the Warrumbungles peaks were a huge shield volcano, and today many of the walking tracks lead to fantastic rock formations, including the park’s famous Bread Knife, a 600-meter-long, 100-meter-high sliver of rock that was formed when magma forced its way through a long crack in the bedrock. It’s just one of many highlights on the four-hour walk on the Grand High Tops Track—there are some steep sections but the panoramic views are worth the effort.”

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7. Devils Elbow Campground

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“Devil's Elbow Recreation Area is situated on the picturesque "Devil's Elbow" of Hauser Lake. Just a short drive from Helena, the area offers stunning views of the Big Belt and Elkhorn mountains. The area is overflowing with outdoor adventure opportunities. Whether you're into fishing, hunting, wildlife viewing, hiking, mountain biking, boating or all of the above; all of these things are immediately accessed from (the greater) Hauser Lake Recreation Area. There is surely an activity for everyone! While just a short drive from Helena, the state capital; the feeling of seclusion and abundant nature is sure to impress.”

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8. Anastasia State Park

Photo: FL State Parks

“More than 1,600 acres of unspoiled beaches, tidal marshes, maritime hammocks and ancient sand dunes make this a captivating destination for visitors. Visitors can observe wildlife along the beach from a canoe or kayak, or on the Ancient Dunes Nature Trail. As an extra bonus, the park’s 139 campsites are just a short stroll from the beach.”

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9. Mile High Campground 

Photo: Scott Ramsey Photography

“Our campsites offer the finest views in the Smokies. Our rustic campground offers primitive camping, secluded camping sites, sites for tents, pop-ups, trailers and RVs, bunkhouse cabins, clean bathrooms, hot showers, firewood and a camp store.”

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10. First Landing State Park, Virginia

Photo: The History Mom

“This year-round campground nestled in Virginia Beach is perfect for those looking for campsite privacy and easy access to local tourist spots. You’ll be minutes away from the bustling nightlife of the Virginia Beach Boardwalk, sprinkled with bars and restaurants along the shore. When it comes to quiet privacy, the wooded campground is separated into small loops to make it seem more intimate.” @northgaterv


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