As the weather begins to cool, animals go into hibernation and thick winter coat are brought out, RVers across the country begin packing for their next adventure. Whether its snowboarding, skiing, ice fishing, or just enjoying a stroll to check out the spectacular views we have an RV park that is perfect for you! Get your RV ready as we show you the top five places to RV that offer winter sports.1. Crystal Mountain Resort - Pierce County, Washington
RV Parking starting at $40/night
Nestled into the Cascades of Washington, you can find Crystal Mountain, home to the largest ski resort in the state, Crystal Mountain Resort. There is something for everyone at Crystal Mountain. New to extreme winter sports? Crystal Mountain has private and group lessons from ages four and up. The resort even offers multi-week programs where students can form friendships and skills that last a lifetime.
The resort also has trails, terrain parks, restaurants, snowshoeing and a scenic gondola ride to experience an unparalleled view of the Cascade Range and Mt. Rainier. Need to get your equipment repaired? There is even an on-site service and repair shop where you can check in your equipment after a long day on the slopes.
Find out more about Crystal Mountain Resort?2. Grand Targhee Resort - Alta, Wyoming
RV parking starting at $28/night
Grand Targhee is often referred to as the “quieter sibling” of the Tetons and is often overlooked. The mountain has thick powder snow that is ideal for feeling like you’re floating when riding. Grand Targhee offers a ski and snowboard school where you and all your guests can learn how take snow sports to the next level. This resort also offers Cat Skiing, Snowshoeing, fat biking, tubing and snowmobile tours.
Grand Targhee also has massage services, an arcade, multiple restaurants and even a shopping plaza so you don’t have to leave. Need something to help shred the slopes? Stop in The General Store, Board Shop or the Teton Mountain Outfitters to get everything you need.
Learn more about Grand Targheee resort and start planning your next adventure.
3. Stevens Pass - Skykomish, WA
RV parking starting at $44/night
Stevens Pass in located in the Cascade Mountains of Washington. This mountain pass has a maximum elevation of 4,061 feet making it a dream for those who love extreme sports. Whether you want to go night skiing or take adaptive lessons, Stevens Pass has something for everyone.
On-site there are several restaurants to choose from including pubs, tacos, pizza and more. If you’re looking for equipment, The Edge offers sales and rentals to help you get outfitted for your time on the slopes. Additionally, Stevens Pass features custom boot fitting services with their Masterfit-certified staff to find the perfect boots for you.
Check out the official guide, including what to expect at Stevens Pass.
4. Mt. Bachelor - Bend, OR
RV Parking Starting at $50/night
Mt. Bachelor Ski Resort sits on top of an inactive volcano in the Cascades of Oregon. The mountain has become a center of winter recreation as the resort offers tons of options including snowshoe tours, sled dog rides, snowblast tubing, skiing, snowboarding and more. The resort even has valet storage for all your equipment and personal items.
Woodward Park in Mt. Bachelor is a network of terrain zones that are perfect for everyone, whether an experienced rider or a first timer, Woodward is ready to help improve your snow sport skills.
Interested in getting away from the kids for the day? Mt. Bachelor resort has childcare services so you can enjoy a day of romance and exploring with your significant other. Tucked into the resort you’ll find multiple restaurants and a specialty sports shop that offers a huge selection of skis, snowboards, boots, apparel and more.
Want to learn more about Woodward Park? Check out this FAQ to help answer any questions you have.5. Barnacles Resort & Campground - Aitkin, MN
RV parking starting at $25/night
Barnacles Resort & Campground is ideal for winter fishing. During the winter months, the resort offers fish house rentals that sleep four to six people or you can bring your own RV and stay at one of the two campgrounds. And if you are a snowmobiler, you’re in luck as there is access to multiple snowmobile trails at the resort.
There is a bar/restaurant on site along with weekly bingo and a repair shop. Throughout the year the resort offers fishing tournaments, ugly Christmas sweater parties and triathlons.
Want to stay at Barnacles? Check out more info on their winter packages.
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