Some tips for finding cheap campgrounds for RV parking include using a campground directory, asking other RV campers for recommendations, determining the type of hookups needed and making a reservation early, notes KOA.com. RV campers can also purchase passes through the National Park Service or Passport America to receive cheap RV parking throughout the year.Continue Reading
One useful tip is to search for campgrounds using a camping directory such as one offered by KOA.com. A directory provides information about everything a particular site offers including cheap parking. RV owners should also speak with other owners and campers about their own experiences to learn more about campgrounds available. To ensure that travelers receive a space at the campground of their choice, it is best to make a reservation as early as possible; peak times at RV parks are summer and autumn, notes KOA.com.
Another option is to use a discount camping pass. The National Park Services offers several passes through its National Parks and Federal Recreational Lands Pass Series. Passes include access to RV campgrounds and parking. For example, United States citizens and permanent members age 62 and older can receive a lifetime pass for $10 as of 2015 that includes camping discounts. Passport America is a discount camping club that anyone can join; as of 2015, members can receive a 50 percent discount at more than 1,900 campgrounds throughout the United States, Mexico and Canada.Learn more about Geography