Travelers can find RV parks in the United States that allow extended stays on the websites for KOA, Sunland RV Resorts and Woodall's. Some parks have a limit of several weeks, while others allow stays for months at a time. Some parks are dedicated to travelers age 55 and over and cater to seasonal RV residents.
Staying in RV parks for weeks or months at a time is known as "seasonal camping," as many of the RV residents choose to park their vehicles in one spot for the winter or summer seasons, explains Woodall's. Woodall's website supplies extensive information for RV travelers, including access to the Woodall’s|AAA Regional Campground Guides and the Good Sam RV Travel Guide and Campground Directory. The online versions of these publications provide the same details about extended stay RV campsites as the print versions, with the addition of interactive features, such as maps, directions and online reservations.
KOA offers extended stay rates at many of its facilities with RV sites. For example, the Williamsburg/Busch Gardens Area KOA in Williamsburg, Virginia, gives reduced rates for RV residents staying at least four weeks at a time, as of 2015. KOA campgrounds typically provide amenities such as swimming pools, social rooms, organized activities and full hook-ups sites with access to WiFi.