Average RV Park Rates (With 48 Popular RV Parks): How Much Does It Cost Per Night


Average RV Park Rates

If you love RV trips and exploring the United States with your family, you’ll likely want to see the sights and go camping at one (or more!) of the epic, fantastic national parks across the country. But you may have not bothered because you think it’s too expensive to camp at these sites.

The costs of RV camping at national parks do vary depending on the time of the year and what amenities you are looking for, but on average it costs only about $20 per night.

Some require reservations, and some are first-come, first-serve and others may charge extra fees for dumping or other services, but overall camping at national parks is quite affordable — and an experience you won’t soon forget.

Yellowstone National Park

Yellowstone National Park

1. Norris Campground

This first-come, first-served campground features 111 non-electric campsites. Most of these campsites are best suited for tents and small trailers, but a few sites can fit an RV up to 50 feet long.

The Norris Campground is centrally located in Yellowstone National Park and is open from mid-May to September. It costs $20 per night to camp here.

Each campsite has shared access to food-storage boxes, potable water, flushing toilets, and have fire-rings and picnic tables available for use.

2. Mammoth Campground

This first-come, first-served campground has 85 campsites with some appropriate for RVs up to 65 feet long.

The Mammoth Campground is located near the Gardiner, MT entrance to Yellowstone Park, is open year-round, and costs $20 per night.

This campground has flush toilets, cell reception, and allows generators. There is an amphitheater for ranger programs and firewood is available for sale.

3. Madison Campground

This reservation-only campground has 278 campsites, some of which will fit RVs up to 40 feet long.

The Madison Campground is fairly isolated but is very quiet and has some lovely hiking trails all around it. It’s open from late-April to mid-October and costs $26 per night plus utility fees.

This campground has flush toilets, an amphitheater for a variety of ranger programs, and allows generators. Firewood is available for sale.

4. Slough Creek Campground

This campground is available on a first-come, first-served basis and has 16 sites — most of which will fit an RV up to 30 feet long.

The Slough Creek Campground is known for its incredible sights andabundant wildlife watching, but it’s not close to any other attractions in Yellowstone. It’s open from mid-June to mid-October and costs $15 per night to camp.

This campground offers only pit toilets and has a very quiet and rustic feel.

5. Tower Fall Campground

This first-come, first-served campground has 31 sites and most can accommodate smaller RVs.

The Tower Fall Campground is small but is located close to Tower Falls and other a lot of other amenities. It’s open from late-May until late-September and costs $15 per night.

This campground offers pit toilets and an amphitheater with ranger programs. There are no generators allowed here.

6. Canyon Campground

This reservation-only campground has 273 campsites — most of which will fit RVs up to 40 feet long.

Canyon Campground is centrally located on the east side of Yellowstone National Park and is within walking distance to Canyon Village which offers food options and other shops and amenities. It’s open from mid-May until mid-September and costs $31 per night plus RV utility fees.

This campground offers flush toilets, two free showers a night per campsite, an amphitheater for a variety of ranger programs, great cell reception, firewood for sale, and you can use generators.

7. Pebble Creek Campground

This first-come, first-served campground has 27 campsites — a few of which will fit small to medium-sized RVs.

Pebble Creek Campground is very quiet and secluded as it’s surrounded by natural beauty so you’ll find it quite tranquil and relaxing. It’s open from mid-June until late-September and costs $15 per night.

This campground only offers pit toilets. There is no cell reception for quite a distance around the campsite.

Grand Canyon National Park

1. Mather Campground

This reservation-only campground has 327 campsites and almost all spaces can accommodate a medium-sized RV.

Mather Campground is a popular campground and feels quite secluded and quiet considering its vast size and proximity to amenities as well as other sites and services.

It’s open from March until November and the fees vary from $6 up to $50 depending on what type of camping you want to do, what amenities you require, and what time of year you are staying.

This campground offers almost every amenity you can think of, including food service, and offers shuttles to nearby services and sites.

Mather Campground

2. North Rim Campground

This reservation-only campground has 90 campsites and can accommodate two vehicles (or one camper or RV and a car or small to medium-sized truck or van). A maximum of six people and three tents are allowed per site.

North Rim Campground is prone to frequent weather changes — even throughout a single day — but it has stunning views so it’s well worth it. It’s open from mid-May until the end of November and costs $6 to $50 per night depending on the time of year and any required amenities.

This campground offers all the amenities — including accessible campsites and washrooms, and each campsite has a grill. Tables are also available.

3. Desert View Campground

This first-come, first-served campground has 50 campsites — most of which will accommodate small to medium-sized RVs.

Desert View Campground is located at the east entrance of the Grand Canyon National Park. It’s open from mid-April through mid-October and costs $12 per night. They do have a strict seven-day camping limit.

This campground offers grills, picnic tables, and dumping stations.

4. Trailer Village RV Park

This year-round, reservation-only campground has a variety of sites — all of which can accommodate pull-through RVs of up to 50 feet long.

Trailer Village RV Park is centrally located in Grand Canyon National Park and is in an extremely scenic setting. Fees start at $50 and go up depending on the time of year and what amenities you require.

This campground offers full hook-ups for your RV.

5. Grand Canyon KOA

This year-round, reservation-only campground is located very close to Grand Canyon National Park and offers cabins, tentcamping, or large pull-through (up to 100 feet long) RV sites.

Grand Canyon KOA offers easy access to the Park plus other area amenities. Fees vary depending on the time of year and what amenities you require.

This campground offers full hook-ups, pool access, and other services and food.

6. Grand Canyon Camper Village

This year-round, reservation-only campground is located just a few moments from the entrance to Grand Canyon National Park. It offers a wide variety of sites for all sizes of RVs as well as tent camping.

Grand Canyon Camper Village is located in a serene setting between the Grand Canyon National Park and other shops and services in surrounding towns. Fees start at $40 per night and vary depending on what type of amenities you are looking for.

This campground offers full hook-up service, laundry facilities, and shops and services.

Yosemite National Park

Yosemite National Park

1. Upper Pines

This reservation-only campground is open year-round and has 238 campsites — most of which allow RVs up to 35 feet.

Upper Pines Campground is the largest of the three reservation-only sites in Yosemite Valley. Nightly camping costs are $36.

This campground is located near Curry Village which has restaurants and other amenities and the campground itself offers flush toilets, food storage, and drinking water.

2. North Pines

This reservation-only campground is open from March through October and has 81 campsites — most of which can accommodate RVs up to 40 feet.

North Pines Campground is located in the middle of Yosemite Valley. Nightly costs are $26 per site.

This campground offers all types of recreation, flushing toilets, water, and food storage.

3. Bridalveil Creek Campground

This first-come, first-served campground is open from July through September and has 110 campsites — most with room for RVs up to 35 feet.

Bridalveil Creek Campground is located on the scenic Glacier Point side of Yosemite. Nightly costs are $18.

This campground offers food storage, picnic tables, and fire rings. There are bathrooms and water sources located nearby.

4. Hodgdon Meadow Campground

This reservation-only campground is open year-round and has 105 campsites — most of which will fit RVs up to 35 feet.

Hodgdon Meadow Campground is located near the iconic Big Oak Flat Station which is a must-see location. Nightly costs are $26 during the summer and $18 during the winter.

This campground offers a picnic table and a fire ring. Bathrooms are located nearby.

5. White Wolf Campground

This first-come, first-served campground is open from July to September and has 74 campsites — most of which will accommodate RVs up to 27 feet.

White Wolf Campground is located not too far off the Tioga Road Highway so it’s central to other sites and services. It costs $18 per night to camp.

This campground offers a picnic table, fire ring, and food storage. Bathrooms with drinking water are located nearby.

6. Tuolumne Meadows Campground

This reservation-only campground is open from July until late-September. It has 304 campsites — most of which will accommodate RVs up to 35 feet long.

Tuolumne Meadows Campground is located near to grocery stores and other services. Fees start at $26 per night and go up depending on what amenities you require.

This campground offers flushing toilets, drinking water, fire pits, food storage, and picnic tables.

7. Wawona Campground

This reservation-only campground is open year-round. It offers 93 spots — most which will fit an RV up to 35 feet long.

Wawona Campground is located at the southern end of Yosemite and has breathtaking views. Fees start at $18 per night and vary depending on the time of year.

This campground has a bathroom with flushing toilets and drinking water, picnic tables, food lockers, and fire pits.

Olympic National Park

Olympic National Park

1. Fairholme Campground

This first-come, first-served campground is open from July to November and offers 88 campsites — most of which will accommodate RVs up to 21 feet.

Fairholme Campground offers peaceful, beautiful lakeside camping and costs $21 per night.

This campground offers flush toilets and potable water.

2. Hoh Campground

This first-come, first-served campground is open year-round and offers 78 campsites — most of which will accommodate RVs up to 21 feet.

Hoh Campground is surrounded by ancient trees and is located near a scenic river. Sites cost $20 a night.

This campground offers flush toilets and potable water.

3. Mora Campground

This campground is reservable during the peak season but is first-come, first-serve during the off-season. It offers 94 campsites — and most will accommodate an RV up to 21 feet.

Mora Campground is situated in a coastal forest and costs $20 per night to camp in.

This campground offers flush toilets and potable water.

4. Ozette Campground

This first-come, first-served campground is open year-round and offers 15 campsites — some of which will accommodate RVs up to 21 feet.

Ozette Campground is located on Lake Ozette and is quite tranquil. Campsites cost $20 per night.

This campground offers pit toilets and potable water.

5. Heart O’ the Hills Campground

This year-round, first-come, first-served campground offers 105 campsites — most will accommodate RVs up to 21 feet long and a few will accommodate RVs up to 35 feet long.

Heart O’ the Hills Campground is located in a scenic old-growth forest. Nightly camping costs are $20.

This campground offers flush toilets, potable water, and ranger programs.

6. Kalaloch Campground

This year-round campground takes reservations during the summer months, but is first-come, first-served during the off-season. It has 170 campsites — most will accommodate RVs up to 21 feet long, but a few will accommodate RVs up to 35 feet long.

Kalaloch Campground overlooks the beautiful, vast Pacific Ocean and costs $22 per night with an extra cost to use the dumping station.

This campground offers flush toilets and potable water.

7. Sol Duc Campground

This reservation-only campground is open from May until late-September. It has 82 campsites — most will accommodate RVs up to 21 feet long but a few will accommodate RVs up to 35 feet long.

Sol Duc Campground is located in an old-growth forest and fees start at $21 and go up depending on the amenities you are looking at. If you wish to use the dumping station that is an extra charge.

This campsite offers flush toilets and running water.

Death Valley National Park

Death Valley National Park

1. Furnace Creek

This year-round campground is first-come, first-served during the summer but is reservable during the off-season. There are 136 campsites and most will accommodate any size of RV.

Furnace Creek is centrally located in Death Valley. Campsites cost $16 but hookup charges are extra.

This campground offers water, fire pits, and flushable toilets.

2. Stovepipe Wells

This first-come, first-served campground is open from late fall until spring. This campsite has 190 sites — most of which will accommodate any-sized RV.

Stovepipe Wells is located at sea level and has stunning forest views. Campsites cost $14.

This campground is very well staffed, has full hook-up services, flush toilets, food services, a pool, and other fun amenities.

3. Wildrose Campsite

This first-come, first-served campground is open year-round. There are 23 campsites — most of which will fit RVs up to 25 feet.

Wildrose Campsite is located near Wildrose Canyon and has impressive hiking trails all around it. Camping is free here!

This campground has pit toilets and some water services.

4. Texas Springs

This first-come, first-served campground is open from late fall through early spring. There are 92 campsites — 18 of which accommodate most sizes of RVs.

Texas Springs offers incredible views of the valley. Campsites cost $16.

This campground has all the RV hook-ups, flush toilets, fire pits, water, and picnic tables.

5. Sunset Campground

This first-come, first-served campground is open from late fall into spring. There are 270 campsites which can accommodate most sizes of RVs.

Sunset Campground is a gravel campground so it’s not ideal for tent camping and can be a little rough to walk and/or drive on. Campsites cost $14 per night.

This campground has flush toilets and water.

6. Mahogany Flat

This first-come, first-served campground is open from late spring until fall. There are 10 campsites and RVs up to 25 feet are welcome —but the land is quite rough.

Mahogany Flat Campground is quite rustic. Campsites are free, however!

This campground has pit toilets and tables. But has no water services.

7. Death Valley RV Park

This reservation-only, year-round accommodation offers hotel rooms as well as 39 pull-through spaces for any sized RV.

Death Valley RV Park is located just a few minutes from Death Valley National Park as well as other small towns, services, and amenities. Costs vary depending on the time of year, and what amenities you are looking for.

This campground has full-service RV hook-ups as well as access to food service and shops.

Zion National Park

Zion National Park

1. Lava Point Campground

This first-come, first-served campground is open from May until September. There are 6 campgrounds where you can take a small RV — but vehicles longer than 19 feet are prohibited on the road to the campsite.

Lava Point Campground is located near Lava point at one of the highest points of Zion National Park and offers spectacular views. There is no cost to camp here.

This campground has pit toilets but no running water.

2. Watchman Campground

This campground is open year-round but only accepts reservations from March until November. There are 180 campgrounds — most of which can accommodate any size RV.

Watchman Campground is the largest campground in Zion National Park. It is quiet and has a few accessible campgrounds. The campsites cost $20 per night.

This campground has all the hook-ups, flush toilets, water, and other useful amenities.

3. South Campground

This reservation-only campground is open from March until October and has 128 campsites — most are accessible for small to medium-sized RVs.

South Campground is located along the banks of the Virgin River. It costs $20 per night to camp here.

This campground has flush toilets, RV hook-ups, water, and a few other useful amenities.

4. Zion Crest Campground

This campground is open year-round and is available only by reservation. It offers a variety of tent-sites, RV sites, as well as a resort.

Zion Crest Campground is located at the Zion Ponderosa Ranch Resort which has full amenities. Fees vary depending on what you’re looking for and the time of year.

This campground offers food services, toilets, and all sorts of entertainment and other amenities.

5. Zion Canyon Campground

This reservation-only, year-round campground has 180 sites — most of which will accommodate any size of RV.

Zion Canyon Campground is located just on the outskirts of Zion National Park. Fees range from $49 to $99 depending on if you’re tent camping or are staying in an RV with full hook-up services.

This campground offers access to all the resort’s amenities including pool, toilets, food service, and other entertainment.

6. Zion River Resort

This reservation-only, year-round campground has a variety of RV sites.

Zion River Resort is located just minutes from Zion National Park and other amenities and services. Fees range from $39 to $49 depending on the size of your RV and what type of hook-ups you require.

This campground offers all the amenities that come with the resort including toilets, food services, and other entertainment.

7. Mount Carmel RV Park

This reservation-only, year-round resort has a motel, cabins, and a large RV park with a variety of sites to fit all size vehicles.

Mount Carmel RV Park is located only a few minutes from Zion National Park. Fees start at $36 and go up depending on the size of the campground you require and if you need hook-ups.

This campground offers full restrooms — including showers — and has food service and other entertainment on site.

Glacier National Park

Glacier National Park

1. Apgar Campground

This year-round, first-come, first-serve campground has 194 campsites — 25 of which can accommodate an RV up to 40 feet long.

Apgar Campground is the largest campground in Glacier National Park and is near entertainment and services at Apgar Village. Fees are $20 per night.

This campground offers flush toilets and potable water.

2. Avalanche Campground

This year-round, first-come, first-serve campground has 87 campgrounds — 50 of which can accommodate an RV up to 26 feet long.

Avalanche Campground is located in one of the most popular sections of Glacier National Park and is located near two amazing hiking trails. The cost is $20 per night.

This campground offers flush toilets and sinks with running water.

3. Fish Creek Campground

This reservation-only campground is open from June until September and offers 178 campsites — 18 of which can accommodate an RV up to 35 feet long.

Fish Creek Campground is in a central location and offers lots of privacy for campers. Fees are $23 per night.

This campground offers flush toilets, showers, and a disposal station.

4. Many Glacier Campground

This reservation-only campground is open during the summer months. There are 109 campsites — 13 of which will accommodate an RV up to 35 feet long.

Many Glacier Campground is located near services and amenities and offers fantastic viewing for wildlife. Fees are $23 per night.

This campground offers flush toilets, sinks with running water, and ranger activities.

5. Rising Sun Campground

This first-come, first-served campground is open during the summer months. It has 84 campsites — 10 which can accommodate RVs up to 25 feet long.

Rising Sun Campground is located adjacent to a camp store. And campers will enjoy beautiful sunrises coming up in front of Red Eagle Mountain. The cost is $20 per night.

This campground has flush toilets, sinks with running water, and a variety of daily ranger activities.

6. St Mary Campground

This reservation-only campground is open year-round. There are 148 campsites. 22 of these sites can accommodate RVs up to 35 feet, and 3 sites can accommodate RVs up to 40 feet.

St Mary Campground is extremely colorful and nature-based but is located near several services and amenities like shops and food services. The cost is $23 per night.

This campground has flush toilets, showers, and a disposal station.

7. Two Medicine Campground

This first-come, first-served campground is open during the summer and has 100 campsites — 10 of which can accommodate RVs up to 35 feet long.

Two Medicine Campground is less-visited and more private than most others in the park — but it offers majestic beauty and quiet. Plus, it’s located near a registered historical landmark, a camp store, and a gift shop. The cost is $20 per night.

This campground has flush toilets and sinks with running water. Some sites allow generators. And there are ranger activities nightly at the amphitheater.

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