|Above, one of the eight villages is near Mt. Shasta in Northern California. Photo by Armand Vaquer.|
Want to camp away from people, be it to enjoy peace and quiet or just to social distance?
Well, you're in luck!
Do It Yourself RV has an article on 8 villages and small towns that have RV parks and campgrounds.
They begin with:
Leery from being around too many people, RVers are heading out farther than they ever have before. What are they searching for?
Uncrowded RV parks, public lands, friendly people, and peace and quiet. Many of these things can be found in the thousands of tiny villages sprinkled throughout the states.
Tiny villages do exist in the U.S.
Most of them have populations of around 500 to 2,500 people. Some even hover in the 250 to 300 population range but still have a nice selection of amenities.
These 8 tiny villages have at least one RV park or campground nearby, access to public lands, one or more small grocery or convenience stores, and plenty of fresh air to go around.
To see where they are, go here.