A whole year has gone by, and another one is about to begin. This is a cause for celebration! Ring in the New Year in an unforgettable way this year. Plan to visit one of the places on our Top 5 New Year’s Eve RV Destinations list for a spectacular celebration and fun activities, too! Where will you be when the clock strikes midnight?
Oasis Las Vegas RV Resort, Las Vegas, NV: 2711 W. Windmill Lane, Las Vegas, NV
Choose Las Vegas as your New Year’s Eve RV destination to see one of the top 5 fireworks shows in the world! And for your accommodations, choose The Oasis Las Vegas RV Resort for the ultimate in affordable luxury. With its tropical Casablanca theme, it offers a lavish place to relax and have fun off of the strip. The park has beautifully manicured sites with full hookups, a family beachfront pool with waterfalls, an adults-only pool and spa, an 18-hole putting course on natural greens, a fitness center, a fully-stocked convenience store, 24-hour security, and much more. The Oasis RV Resort is just south of the Las Vegas strip, so joining the celebration is easy come New Year’s Eve. From the Stratosphere to Mandalay Bay, the entire strip is a sight to behold on this night. From spectacular fireworks to amazing shows, there’s something for everyone. Indulge to your heart’s content, and then return to your tropical oasis when the party’s over.
American Heritage RV Park, Williamsburg, VA: 146 Maxton Lane, Williamsburg, VA
Want to ring in the New Year in the place where the leaders of our nation met to change the course of history a few centuries ago? The American Heritage RV Park, the highest-rated park in Williamsburg, offers 70 acres of beautiful green meadows and woodlands and nine spectacular golf courses. The park features pull-through sites, full hookups, and is pet friendly. Just 8 miles from historic Williamsburg, this park is a perfect location to set up camp and head out into Virginia’s beautiful Historic Triangle (Williamsburg, Jamestown, and Yorktown), where our country’s history was born. Step back in time and walk the streets that our forefathers walked, see costumed interpreters along the streets of Williamsburg, marvel at the historic homes, shops, and public buildings that have been well preserved, and enjoy meals in the same taverns where George Washington and Ben Franklin discussed America’s future. On New Year’s Eve, Williamsburg is the place to be for family fun. First Night Williamsburg, a family-oriented, non-alcoholic celebration, celebrates the performing arts and features the area’s finest professional entertainers, such as singers, instrumentalists, magicians, storytellers, jugglers, clowns, puppeteers, bands, and more. The children’s show runs from 3-7:30PM. Live entertainment runs from 6PM-midnight with a spectacular fireworks display to end the evening. Check out their website at www.firstnightwilliamsburg.org for more information and to buy buttons (tickets).
River’s End Campground & RV Park, Tybee Island, GA: 5 Fort Avenue, Tybee Island, GA
For a beautiful fireworks display over the Atlantic Ocean, plan to visit Tybee Island, Georgia’s northern-most barrier island. Tybee Island knows how to do the holiday season right, starting in early December. They have a traditional tree lighting ceremony, Lights on for Tybee Celebration, and the annual Tybee Island Christmas Parade the next day to get everyone in the holiday spirit. But on New Year’s Eve, they really light it up! Grab your beach chair or blanket or head to a nearby waterfront restaurant and get ready for a dazzling show that will leave you awe-struck. Shot off from the Walter W. Parker Pier & Pavilion, the fireworks look brilliant reflecting on the water. And if you’re looking for a way to start the New Year off with a bang, register for the annual Tybee Polar Plunge Dress Up and jump into the Atlantic with thousands of your closest friends. For delightful accommodations while camping on the island, set up camp at the River’s End Campground & RV Park on the island. Just 3 blocks from the beach, this full-service campground and RV park offers a variety of sites (primitive, full hookup, preferred full hookup), a pool, gift shop, picnic tables, Laundromat, dump station, and more. For more information about the Tybee Island holiday season, visit tybeefortheholidays.com.
Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park Camp-Resort at River Bottom Farms, Swansea, SC: 357 State Rd. S-32-45, Swansea, SC
Tucked away on 43 acres of rolling hills in beautiful South Carolina, the Yogi Bear Jellystone Park Camp-Resort offers family camping fun at its finest. With over 70 RV and camping sites, it can accommodate everything from tent campers to big rigs. There’s lots to do, including fishing for bass and sunfish in the stocked ponds, playing volleyball and horseshoes, swimming in the pool, gaming in the arcade, swinging on the playground, or taking a quiet hike on a nature trail to the North Edisto River. But come New Year’s Eve weekend, Jellystone plans days of fun. The schedule usually includes an exciting Gem Mining Sluice, Jumping Pillow, Ceramic Making Fun, a family-friendly New Year’s Eve Party at 8PM with games and activities, and fireworks at 10PM! For a full schedule, visit their website at riverbottomfarms.com/events.
The Spirit of the Suwannee Music Park & Campground, Live Oak, FL: 3076 95th Dr., Live Oak, FL
Named as one of the “Top 12 Music Venues to See in the U.S. Before You Die,” the Spirit of the Suwannee Music Park & Campground is a one-of-a-kind music park. Situated along the shady banks of the historic, tea-colored Suwannee River in northern Florida, it remains somewhat of a hidden gem. For camping they offer over 600 campsites and 800 acres of primitive camping! Their campsites range from just water & electric to full hookup to meet everyone’s needs. On New Year’s Eve you can dance the night away under the stars at their New Year’s Eve party and enjoy a finger food buffet with a champagne toast. They also offer cozy New Year’s Eve trail rides for those looking to sneak away for a romantic or quiet ride on the in-park trails. Additional activities on-site include canoeing, disc golf, fishing, visiting the bird sanctuary, biking, hiking, an arcade room, and more!
Have you ever set out in your RV toward a New Year’s Eve destination? Tell us where you went and how you liked it in the comments below!