Best RV Parks in Rhode Island

RV Parks in Rhode Island

Rhode Island is a small New England state known for its beaches, seafood, and colonial history. The capital city of Providence is home to Brown University and the Rhode Island School of Design, both of which are world-renowned for their arts programs. There are also plenty of smaller towns and villages throughout the state, each with its own unique character.

If you're looking for a place to stay, consider one of Rhode Island's RV parks. There are many campgrounds located throughout the state, so you're sure to find one that's perfect for your needs.

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Campgrounds Near Newport

The coastal city of Newport is home to some of Rhode Island's best beaches and most popular tourist destinations. You'll also find plenty of restaurants, bars, and shops in Newport, making it the perfect place to spend a weekend or longer.

One of the best things about Newport is its variety of accommodations. Whether you're looking for a hotel, motel, or campground, you'll find something that fits your needs. And if you're traveling with an RV, several RV parks are located close to the city center.

Newport RV Park is one of the most popular RV parks in Newport. This park is located just minutes from downtown, making it convenient for those who want to explore the city. The park offers full hookups, a laundry facility, and a playground.

Camping in Providence

Providence is the capital city of Rhode Island and home to Brown University and the Rhode Island School of Design. It's a popular destination for students and professionals.

Several hotels and motels are located throughout Providence, but if you're traveling with an RV, you'll have to drive outside of the city to find a place to stay.

Holiday Acres Campground in Glocester is 30 minutes from Providence and offers RV sites with full hookups, laundry facilities, and a playground.

Westerly RV Park

Westerly is another excellent option for those looking for a place to stay in Rhode Island. This town is located on the southwestern tip of the state and is an ideal base for exploring all Rhode Island offers. Westerly is home to several beaches, including Misquamicut State Beach, one of the most popular beaches in the state.

There are several options for camping near Westerly. Timber Creek RV Resort is one of the most popular, offering full hookups, a clubhouse, and a swimming pool. The park is also pet-friendly so you can bring your furry friend along for the trip.

More Rhode Island Campgrounds

There are several other great campgrounds located throughout Rhode Island. Some of the most popular include:

If you're looking for a place to stay in Rhode Island, consider staying at one of the state's RV parks. With so many campgrounds throughout the state, you're sure to find a Rhode Island RV park perfect for your needs.

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Recent Rhode Island RV Parks Reviews

Richmond, RI

Wawaloam Campground

Dec 21, 2022

"Best in Rhode Island"

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We have been camping at Wawaloam for years, and just became seasonal campers in 2022. In our opinion there is no better campground in New England, let alone Rhode Island. The Smith family and their staff are friendly, wonderful people who go all out to make your camping experience here a great one. Like any good campground, there are rules, all...
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Chazman
1 review
Portsmouth, RI

Newport RV Park

Nov 01, 2022

"Way overpriced"

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This spot was a fine place to explore Newport but WAY overpriced. I was there in the off season so it was $65 a night, but even that was much more than it should be. Spots were fine and there is a city dog park and trails right there. I had plenty of Verizon signal to work without my booster. The bathrooms were gross and the motion light turned...
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sharprah
15 reviews
South Kingstown, RI

Wordens Pond Family Campground

Oct 16, 2022

"Quiet and relaxing"

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The park was easy to find. It is located about five miles from down town Wakefield. There is pavement all the way. Signage is adequate. Check in was efficient and friendly. The rules are fairly basic. The interior roads are a mix of pavement. gravel and dirt and for the most part in good condition. Our site, 14, was a back in that was just...
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The Rollin Ollens
125 reviews
Glocester, RI

Holiday Acres Campground

Oct 11, 2022

"Good Location…"

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Choose this campground because of the location. Had read reviews and did not have high expectations. As mentioned in other reviews, most people are seasonal. Our site was small and not aesthetic. Check in was easy. Bathrooms were clean. Wi-Fi signal was good. Was not the type of site that you want to hang out at but was closest campground to...
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camper-740550
1 review
Foster, RI

Ginny-B Campground

Aug 31, 2021

"Lousy "

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We booked a month in advance for a one night stay traveling back from Maine. The lady at the office is friendly but at first gave me the wrong site because she had us confused with a party of customers staying in a group, and that we were staying longer until she found our reservation. They could help themselves out by having someone guide you...
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Perk
24 reviews