Ideal RV Length For National Park Campsites | 136 Campsites | 2020

Ideal RV Length For National Park Campsites | 136 Campsites | 2020

Last Updated on June 29, 2020 by Tanmay Sarkar

  

If you own a very large RV then you may regret your purchase when trying to finds a campsite, especially at national parks campsites. This is what I came to know recently while searching online.

Every national park campground has its own regulation regarding the length of RV or Trailer that is allowed there.

So, what is the truth, and what must be the ideal RV length for fitting into national park campsites?

Let’s dig deeper into all the answers! It will help you out for the next trip.

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What is the best RV length for national parks?

All national and state parks have their specific regulations about the length of RV allowed, but I have found that on an average RV length in national parks permitted is 35 feet or less.

With the size of this length, you will be able to fit in most of the national parks around the United States.

But remember that this is the average you can even find parks that have 12 feet limit whereas others may permit even 40 feet.

Let us look at the average.

All the numbers included here are the combined length of the tow vehicle and trailer and fifth wheel. Yes, you have to add your vehicle and trailer length.

Measure yourself as you cannot rely on RV manufacturers.

Let us see, what is the max RV length for national parks?

Full List of Popular National Park Campgrounds (best RV length for national parks) 

1. Acadia National Park

1. Blackwoods Campground

Maximum Limit: not set

Location: 5 miles south of Bar Harbour

Price: $30 per night, $60 for group sites

 

2. Seawall Campground

Maximum Limit: not set

Location: south end of the park

Price: $30 per night, $60 for group sites

 

3. Schoodic Woods Campground

Maximum Limit: Not set

Location: 3 miles southeast of Winter Harbor

Price: $35 per night (electric), $40 Electric and water and $60 fro group sites

 

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2. Arches National Park

1. Devil’s Garden Campground

Maximum Limit: up to 40 feet

Location: 18 miles inside the park

Price: $25 per night

 

2. Archview Campground

Maximum Limit: up to 50 feet is allowed

 

3. Moab Valley Campground

Maximum Limit: up to 44 feet for standard spot and for a premium spot you have to pay more.

 

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3. Badlands National Park

1. Cedar Pass Campground

Maximum Limit: Not Set

Location: east end of the park

Price: $22 per night, $37 (electricity)

 

2. Sage Creek Campground

Maximum Limit: up to only 18 feet is allowed

Location: northwest end of the park, near Sage Creek Rim Road

Price: Free

 

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4. Big Bend National Park

1. Rio Grande Village RV Campground

Maximum Limit: Not set

Location: near Rio Grande Village, east end of the park

Price: $14 per night

 

2. Cottonwood Campground

Maximum Limit: Not set

Location: near Castolon, west end of the park

Price: $14 per night

 

3. Chisos Basin Campground

Maximum Limit: up to 20 feet for trailers and 24 feet for other RVs

Location: near Chisos Basin Visitors Center

Price: $14 per night

 

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5. Black Canyon of the Gunnison

1. South Rim Campground

Maximum Limit: up to 55 feet is allowed

Location: South entrance, inside the park

Price: $16 per night, $22 (electric)

 

2. North Rim Campground

Maximum Limit: up to 22 feet is allowed

Location: North end of the park

Price: $16 per night during summer, the rest of the year is free

 

3. East Portal Campground

Maximum Limit: up to 22 feet is allowed

Location: southeast end of the park

Price: $16 per night during summer, free during rest of the year

 

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6. Bryce Canyon National Park

1. North campground

Maximum Limit: up to 35 feet are allowed.

Location: near the main entrance of the park

Price: $30

 

2. Sunset Campground

Maximum Limit: up to 45 feet are allowed.

Location: near Sunset Point Overlook

Price: $30

 

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7. Capitol Reef National Park

1. Fruita Campground

Maximum Limit: up to 50 feet

Location: in the town of Fruita

Price: $20 per night

 

2. Cathedral Valley Campground

Maximum Limit: not stated

Location: north side of the park

Price: Free

 

3. Cedar Mesa Campground

Maximum Limit: Not stated

Location: on the Notom-Bullfrog Road

Price: Free

 

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8. Canyonlands National Park

1. Willow Flat Campground

Maximum Limit: up to 28 feet

Location: 7 miles inside the park

Price: $15 per night

 

2. Needles Campground

Maximum Limit: up to 28 feet

Location: 1 mile after the Needles Visitors Center

Price: $20 per night, $90 for group sites

 

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9. Crater Lake National Park

1. Mazama Village Campground

Maximum Limit: 50 feet for motorhomes and 35 feet for trailers.

Location: inside the South entrance of the park.

Price: full hookup ($43), electricity ($36), dry ($31)

 

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10. Denali National Park

1. Riley Creek Campground

Maximum Limit: 30 feet for standard spot and 40 feet for a premium spot.

Location: near to the visitor center at the park entrance.

Price: $24 per night for standard spot and $30 for a premium spot.

 

2. Savage Campground

Maximum Limit: 30 feet for standard spot and 40 feet for a premium spot.

Location:13 miles from entrance on the Denali Park Road.

Price: $24 per night for standard spot and $30 for a premium spot.

 

3. Teklanika Campground

Maximum Limit: up to 40 feet are allowed

 

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11. Death Valley National Park

1. Sunset campground

Maximum Limit: None

Location: it near to furnace creek Campground

Price: $14 per night

 

2. Furnace Creek Campground

Maximum Limit: None

Location: near the center of the park

Price: $16 for standard spot and $34 for hookups

 

3. Texas Springs

Maximum Limit: No limit

Location: near to Furnace Creek

Price: $16 per night

 

4. Stovepipe Wells

Maximum Limit: No limit

Location: northwest of Furnace Creek

Price: $16 per night

 

5. Mesquite Spring

Maximum Limit: No limit

Location: northern end f the park, near to Scotty’s Castle.

Price: $14 per night

 

6. Wild Rose

Maximum Limit: up to 25 feet are allowed

Location: Southwestern part of the park near Wildrose Canyon

Price: Free

 

7. Thorndike

Maximum Limit: up to 25 feet are allowed

Location: southwestern part of the park near Wildrose Canyon

Price: Free

 

8. Mahagony Flat

Maximum Limit: up to 25 feet are allowed

Location: Southwestern part of the park near Wildrose Canyon

Price: Free

 

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12. Everglades National Park

1. Flamingo Campground

Maximum Limit: up to 45 feet is allowed.

13. Grand Canyon National Park

1. Railway Campground

Maximum Limit: combined length of tow vehicle and trailer of 47 feet in length is allowed.

 

2. Mather Campground

Maximum Limit: up to 30 feet is allowed

Location: Grand Canyon Village, South Rim.

Price: $18 per night, $50 for group sites and $15 from Dec to Feb

 

3. Trailer Village

Maximum Limit: up to 50 feet is allowed

Location: Grand Canyon Village, South Rim

Price: seasonal, starting price is $48

 

4. Desert View Campground

Maximum Limit: up to 50 feet is allowed.

Location: East Entrance, 25 miles to Grand Canyon Village.

Price: $12 per night

 

5. North Rim Campground

Maximum Limit: Not Stated

Location: North Rim

Price: $18 to $25 per night and $50 for group sites.

 

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14. Grand Teton National Park

1. Colter Bay RV Park

Maximum Limit: up to 35 feet for trailers and 45 feet for other trailers.

Location: off highway 8, near Jackson Lake

Price: $32 per night, $31 fro group sites

 

2. Gros Ventre Campground

Maximum Limit: up to 30 feet for trailer and 45 feet for RVs.

Location: 11 miles from north of Jackson

Price: $30 to $55 per night (electric)

 

3. Headwaters Campground

Maximum Limit: up to 35 feet trailers are allowed and 45 feet other RVs.

Location: near the south entrance to Yellowstone National Park

Price: $75 per night

 

4. Lizard Creek Campground

Maximum Limit: up to 20 feet for trailer and 30 feet for RVs.

Location: near Jackson Lake

Price: $30 per night

 

5. Signal Mountain Campground

Maximum Limit: up to 20 feet for trailers and 30 feet for other RVs

Location: southeastern side of Jackson Lake

Price: $33 to $55 per night (electric)

 

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15. Great Sand Dunes National Park

1. Pinon Flats Campground

Maximum Limit: up to 35 feet are allowed

Price: $20 per night

 

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16. Great Smoky Mountains National Park

1. Abrams Creek Campground

Maximum Limit: up to 12 feet are allowed.

Location: 4 miles from the Cosby town.

Price: $17.50 per night

 

2. Balsam Mountain Campground

Maximum Limit: up to 30 feet are allowed.

Location: near the Blue Ridge Parkway, southwestern end of the part

Price: $17.50

 

3. Cade’s Cove Campground

Maximum Limit: motorhomes up to 40 feet and trailers up to 35 feet are allowed.

Location:  9 miles inside the Townsend entrance

Price: $17 to $20 per night

 

4. Chataloochie Campground

Maximum Limit: up to 31 feet is allowed.

Location: eastern end of the park

Price: $27 per night

 

5. Cosby Campground

Maximum Limit: up to 25 feet are allowed

Location: 4 miles south of the Cosby town

Price: $17.50

 

6. Deep Creek Campground

Maximum Limit: up to 26 feet is allowed.

Location: near Deep Creek entrance

Price: $17 per night

 

7. Elkmont Campground

Maximum Limit: trailer up to 32 feet and motorhome up to 35 is allowed.

 

8. Look Rock Campground

Maximum Limit: No limit

 

9. Smokemont Campground

Maximum Limit: trailer up to 35 feet and motorhome up to 40 feet is allowed.

Location: south end of the park, inside Oconaluftee entrance

Price: $20

 

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17. Guadalupe Mountains National Park

1. Pine Springs Campground

Maximum Limit: Not set

Location: Near Pine Springs Visitors center

Price: $14 per night

 

2. Dog Canyon Campground

Maximum Limit: not set

Location: near North entrance of the park

Price: $14 per night

 

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18. Hot Spring National Park

1. Gulpha Gorge Campground

Maximum Limit: the maximum length allowed is 35 feet,

Location: North Eastern Side of the park, off US Highway 70B

Price: $30 per night

 

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19. Joshua Tree National Park

1. Black Rock Campground

Maximum Limit: is up to 35 feet.

Location: Northwest corner of the park

Price: $20 per night

 

2. Hidden Valley Campground

Maximum Limit:  up to 25 feet are allowed.

Location: in between North and West Entrances along the park Boulevard

Price: $15 per night

 

3. White Tank Campground

Maximum Limit: up to 25 feet are allowed.

Location: 15 miles inside North Entrance, Pinto Basin Road

Price: $15 per night

 

4. Belle

Maximum Limit: combined length of 35 feet is allowed

Location: 5 miles inside the North Entrance to the park, Pinto Basin Road.

Price: $15 per night

 

5. Indian Cove

Maximum Limit: 35 feet combined length is allowed.

Location: North end of the Park, Indian Cove Road, near Wonderland of Rocks

Price: $20 per night

 

6. Jumbo Rocks

Maximum Limit: 35 feet is allowed

Location: 10 miles inside the North Entrance on Park Road.

Price: $15 per night

 

7. Ryan

Maximum Limit: Not stated

Location: near Ryan Mountain, midway through the Park Road

Price: $15 per night

 

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20. Lassen Volcanic National Park

1. Butte Lake Campground

Maximum Limit: up to 35 feet are allowed

Location: near Butte lake, northwest end of the park

Price: $22 per night

 

2. Manzanita Lake Campground

Maximum Limit: up to 40 feet are allowed

Location: 1 mile from the manzanita lake entrance, northwest end

Price: $26 per night

 

3. Summit Lake North

Maximum Limit: up to 35 feet are allowed

Location: in between Kohm-Yahmah-nee and Manzanita Lake entrance, Lassen Volcanic National park Highway

 

4. Warner Valley Campground

Maximum Limit: Not stated

Location: southeastern end of the park

Price: $16 per night

 

5. Lost Creek Group Campground

Maximum Limit: up to 40 feet are allowed

Location:

Price: $62 per night

 

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21. Mesa Verde National Park

1. Morefield Campground

Maximum Limit: up to 40 feet are allowed

Location: 4 miles inside the entrance on the north side of the park

Price: $15 per night

 

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22. Mount Rainer National Park

1. Cougar Rock Campground

Maximum Limit: 27 feet for trailers and 35 feet for others

Location: southwest side of the park, 8 miles inside the Nisqually entrance

Price: $20 per night

 

2. Ohanapecosh Campground

Maximum Limit: 27 feet for trailers and 32 feet for other RVs

Location: inside the Ohanapecosh entrance

Price: $20 per night

 

3. White River Campground

Maximum Limit: 18 feet for trailers and 27 feet for other RVs

Location: 10 miles from Sunrise

Price: $20 per night

 

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23. North Cascades National Park

1. Goodell Creek Campground

Maximum Limit: only for small RVs

Location: 119 miles east of Marblemount

Price: $16 per night

 

2. Newhalem Creek Campground

Maximum Limit: up to 45 feet

Location: 120 miles east of Marblemount

Price: $16 per night

 

3. Colonial Creek Campground

Maximum Limit: only for small RVs

Location: 130 miles east of Marblemount

Price: $16 per night

 

4. Gorge Lake Campground

Maximum Limit: only for small RVs

Location: outside Diablo

Price: $10 per night

 

5. Hozomeen Campground

Maximum Limit: only for small RVs

Location: 40 miles south of Hope

Price: Free

 

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24. Olympic National Park

1. Fairholme Campground

Maximum Limit: 21 feet limit

Location: north side of the park, near Crescent Lake

Price: $20 per night

 

2. Heart O’ The Hill Campground

Maximum Limit: 35 feet limit

Location: north side of the park, near the town of Port Angeles

Price: $20 per night

 

3. Hoh Campground

Maximum Limit: 35 feet limit

Location: west side of the park,

Price: $20 per night

 

4. Kalaloch Campground

Maximum Limit: 35 feet limit

Location: west side of the park

Price: $22 per night

 

5. Mora Campground

Maximum Limit: 35 feet limit

Location: northwestern side of the park, a few miles from Rialto Beach.

Price: $20 per night

 

6. Ozette Campground

Maximum Limit: 21 feet limit

Location: Northwestern part of the park, near Lake Ozette

Price: $21 per night

 

7. Sol Duc Campground

Maximum Limit: 35 feet limit

Location: 15 miles off highway 101

Price: $24 per night reserved and $21 for walk-in

 

8. South Beach Campground

Maximum Limit: 35 feet limit

Location: 3 miles from Kalaloch lodge

Price: $15 per night

 

9. Staircase Campground

Maximum Limit: 35 feet limit

Location: near the staircase ranger station

Price: $29 per night

 

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25. Pinnacles National Park

1. Pinnacles Campground

Maximum Limit: No limit

Location: East entrance, near the visitors center

Price: $40 per night if you need electricity and $30 if you do not use electricity

 

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26. Redwoods National Park

1. Jedediah Smith Campground

Maximum Limit: up to 31 feet for trailers and 36 feet for motorhomes is allowed.

 

2. Mill Creek

Maximum Limit: up to 27 feet for trailers and 31 feet for motorhomes is allowed.

 

3. Elk Prairie

Maximum Limit: up to 24 feet for trailers and 27 feet for motorhomes are allowed.

 

4. Gold Bluffs

Maximum Limit: trailers are not allowed and motorhomes up to 24 feet are allowed.

 

27. Theodore Roosevelt National Park

1. Cotton Campground

Maximum Limit: No limit

Location: 4 miles inside South Unit entrance

Price: $14 per night, $30 for group sites

 

2. Juniper Campground

Maximum Limit: No limit

Location: 5 miles inside the North Unit entrance

Price: $14 per night, $30 for group sites

 

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28. Rocky Mountain National Park

1. Aspenglen Campground

Maximum Limit: up to 30 feet is allowed

Location: fall river entrance, east end of the park

Price: $26 per night

 

2. Glacier Basin Campground

Maximum Limit: up to 35 feet are allowed

Location: halfway to the Bear Lake Road

Price: $26 per night

 

3. Moraine Park Campground

Maximum Limit: up to 40 feet are allowed

Location: near beaver meadows entrance

Price: $18 during winter, $26 per night rest of the year

 

4. Timber Creek Park Campground 

Maximum Limit: up to 30 feet is allowed

Location: 8 miles north of the grand lake entrance

Price: $26 per night

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29. Shenandoah National Park

1. Mathews Arm Campground

Maximum Limit: No limit

Location: north side of the park

Price: $15 per night

 

2. Big Meadows Campground

Maximum Limit: No limit

Location: 51 miles of the Skyline Drive

Price: $20 per night

 

3. Lewis Mountain Campground

Maximum Limit: Not set

Location: 57 miles of Skyline Drive

Price: $15 per night

 

4. Loft Mountain Campground

Maximum Limit: No limit

Location: 7 miles of the Skyline Drive

Price: $15 per night

 

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30. Kings Canyon & Sequoia National Park

1. Lodgepole

Maximum Limit: up to 42 feet

Location: some distance from Lodgepole Village

Price: $22 per night

 

2. Dorst Campground

Maximum Limit: no limit

Location: in between Grant Grove and Giant Forest

Price: $22 per night, $40 to $60 for group

 

3. Potwisha Campground

Maximum Limit: up to 27 feet

Location: 4 miles inside from the park entrance, south end of the park.

Price: $22 per night

 

4. Azalea Campground

Maximum Limit: Varies according to sites

Location: Grant Grove Area

Price: $18 per night

 

5. Crystal Springs Campground

Maximum Limit: Varies according to sites

Location: Grant Grove Area

Price: $18 per night and $40 for group

 

6. Sunset Campground

Maximum Limit: Varies according to sites

Location: Grant Grove Area

Price: $22 per night and $40 for group

 

7. Sentinel Campground

Maximum Limit: Varies according to sites

Location: Larger Kings Canyon Park, West Entrance

Price: $22 per night

 

8. Sheep Creek

Maximum Limit: varies according to the sites

Location: Larger Kings Canyon Park, West Entrance

Price: $18 per night

 

9. Moraine Campground

Maximum Limit: varies according to the sites

Location: Larger Kings anyon Park, West Entrance

Price: $18 per night

 

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31. Wind Cave National Park

1. Elk Mountain Campground

Maximum Limit: up to 40 feet

Location: inside the south entrance to the park

Price: $18 per night during the season and $19 offseason.

 

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32. Yosemite National Park

1. Upper Pine Campground

Maximum Limit: up to 35 feet

Location: near Curry Village

Price: $26 per night

 

2. Lower Pines Campground

Maximum Limit: up to 40 feet are allowed

Location: Near Curry Village, Next to Upper Pines Campground

Price: $26 per night

 

3. North Pines Campground

Maximum Limit: up to 40 feet are allowed

Location: Near Curry Village

Price: $26 per night

 

4. Wawona Campground

Maximum Limit: up to 35 feet are allowed

Location: near Wawona Village, South entrance of the park, Wawona Road

Price: $18 per night off-season, $26 peak season (April to September)

 

5. Bridalveil Creek Campground

Maximum Limit: up to 35 feet are allowed

Location: 8 miles from Glacier Point Road

Price: $18 per night. $50 group sites, $30 Horse Sites

 

6. Crane Flat Campground

Maximum Limit: up to 35 feet are allowed

Location: on Big Oak Flat Road

Price: $26 per night

 

7. Hodgdon Meadow Campground

Maximum Limit: up to 35 feet are allowed

Location: inside the park at the big oak Flat

Price: $26 per night

 

8. White Wolf Campground

Maximum Limit: up to 27 feet is allowed

Location: off the Tioga Road

Price: $18 per night

 

9. Toulumne Campground

Maximum Limit: up to 35 feet are allowed

Location: inside Tioga east entrance

Price: $26 per night, $50 group sites

 

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33. Yellowstone National Park

1. Fishing Bridge RV Park

Maximum Limit: up to 40 feet for combined length with limited sites

Location: north side of the Yellowstone National Park

Price: $79 per night

 

2. Bridge Bay Campground

Maximum Limit: up to 40 feet combined length

Location: north side of the Yellowstone Lake

Price: $27 per night

 

3. Canyon Village Campground

Maximum Limit: up to 40 feet combined length, limited sites

Location: near Canyon Village

Price: $32 per night

 

4. Grant Village Campground

Maximum Limit: up to 40 feet combined length, limited sites

Location: west side of the Yellowstone Lake

Price: $32 per night

 

5. Indian Creek Campground

Maximum Limit: up to 40 feet combined length, limited sites

Location: north side of the park

Price: $15 per night

 

6. Lewis Lake Campground

Maximum Limit: up to 25 feet

Location: south side of the park

Price: $15 per night

 

7. Madison Campground

Maximum Limit: up to 30 feet

Location: on the Grand Loop Road

Price: $27 per night

 

8. Mammoth Campground

Maximum Limit: up to 30 feet

Location: north side of the park

Price: $20 per night

 

9. Norris Campground

Maximum Limit: up to 50 feet

Location: west side of the park

Price: $20 per night

 

10. Pebble Creek Campground

Maximum Limit: Not set

Location: north side of the park

Price: $15 per night

 

11. Slough Creek Campground

Maximum Limit: up to 30 feet

Location: 5.5 miles east of Tower Roosevelt Junction

Price: $15 per night

 

12. Tower Fall Campground

Maximum Limit: up to 30 feet

Location: north side of the park

Price: $15 per night

 

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34. Zion National park

1. Lava Point Campground

Maximum Limit: up to 19 feet

Location: north side of the park

Price: Free

 

2. Watchman Campground

Maximum Limit: No limit

Location: inside South entrance of the park

Price: $30 per night, Group sites from $50 to $130

 

3. South Campground

Maximum Limit: Not set

Location: inside the south entrance

Price: $20 per night, $50 for group sites

 

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Why Do Parks Have Size Regulations?  

National parks are places of national significance and importance, hence they have strict laws for its safety.

They are not like just another campground that is built especially for campers. National parks are protected to safeguard the environment, animals, and trees.

Many times these parks do not have wide roads and have mostly non-metal roads that are not safe for driving a big vehicle such as an RV. Tight turns make things worse so, they do not allow bigger vehicles and RVs.

A very big RV will not able to move around it and hence they allow vehicles which can move easily on their roads.

National parks are popular places to visit and hence they limit the size of the vehicle to accommodate more people.

The last thing is that these places were built decades ago when there were small cars, trucks, and campers. They usually do not have more place for today’s large moving motorhomes.

 

RV Limits Vs Trailer Limits

You might have seen campsite regulations that it can accommodate a 40 feet RV but only a 25 feet trailer, why?

The answer is that the trailer and RVs are two different things, mainly when talking about handling. Most of the campsites have back-in-spots for camping that means, you have to back your vehicle in place.

The longer trailer will take a bigger turning radius making it difficult for backing into place.

 

How Do You Measure An RV?

For many of us, it is a little bit tricky to measure an RV because we get confused as to what things to measure.

Here is an easy method:

Step 1: take a measuring tape

Step 2: Start measuring from the front near the tip of the ball hitch up to the end of the RV.

Step 3: To measure the height of the RV climb on it and measure everything such as even the antenna to get the actual height of your vehicle.

It will be easy if you are two people otherwise you can do it yourself. Always, include your towing vehicle length to get the total number.

Do not rely on the manufacturer’s number alone do it yourself to avoid confusion and mistake.

 

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Things To Know Before Camping In National Parks

There are certain things which you should know before landing on a national park campground.

Let’s take a look at those things.

How To Boondock

National park campground is not specially built for campers so you may not get full facilities such as on camping sites. Things like electricity, dumpsites can be missing so you have to be prepared for that.

Boondocking is simply meant living off-grid (living without urban facilities). You have to know how much electricity your RV may consume or how far you can without refilling water or dumping the waste.

It all comes with experience, so do not worry and start RVing today!

 

Frequently Asked Questions

1. What size does RV fit in a parking space?

Most of the parking spaces in the USA generally have 18 to 20 feet. So, know your RV size before parking, here is the general idea about how much longer the RVs are class-wise.

Class A RVs: they are the largest type of motorized RV. The length of class A RVs range from 26 to 40 feet.

Class B RVs: the length of class B RVs range from 16 to 25 feet.

Class C RVs: the width of class C RV range from 7.5 to 8 feet.

 

2. Are RVs allowed in national parks?

Yes, RVs and campers are allowed in national parks but there are regulations regarding RVs length. So, you have to know what is the maximum length that is allowed in a specific national park.

Some national parks do not let RVs in and others may have restrictions regarding length.

 

3. Are RVs allowed in Yellowstone?

Yes, RVs are allowed in Yellowstone national park campgrounds. The ideal length for all the campgrounds is written down below.

Fishing Bridge RV Park allows up to 40 feet for RV.

Bridge Bay Campground allows 40 feet for combined RV length.

Canyon Village Campground allows 40 feet for combined RV length.

And Grant Village Campground also allows 40 feet for combined RV Length.

 

4. What is the maximum width allowed on the highway?

The maximum width that is allowed on the US interstate highway system is 96 inches or 2.44 meters. This was first enacted in the Highway Act of 1956. For buses, the maximum width allowed is 102 inches or 2.6 meters.

 

Conclusion

National parks are great places for camping. Many of the national parks are on the list, who wish to camp there.

Always, check the ideal RV length that is allowed in the national park campground. Also, measure the RV and the vehicle that will tow it to avoid any problem after you land there.

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