You’re toying with the notion of living in an RV or van, traveling the nation full-time, living the dream…but you want to know how much it’s going to cost.
“It varies,” you hear, “it all depends…”
If you’re tired of vague notions of what it might cost, if you’ve gone through endless bloggers’ monthly spreadsheets and still aren’t sure where to land, fear no more.
When it comes to the specific price of what RV camping fees cost, on a nightly average–all across the United States–we’ve got you covered. We scoured the available data via hundreds of reviews on the best campground review site in the world–Campendium–only to compile everything you’ll need to know when it comes to the average cost of an RV park per night. Across the country, by state, and what the numbers mean, ready for your perusal. Without further ado, here’s the short and sweet (but be sure to read on for stats based on private RV parks vs. public land, free camping, and state by state breakdowns, too).
The answer is $29.12 per night.