The Best Romantic RV Getaways

Are you an RVer through and through? One who wouldn’t stay in a hotel even if it were the last resort? Then your Valentine’s Day plans are probably going to include a romantic RV getaway, and we’ve got a lineup of great places to fit that bill.

February is a wonderful, quieter time of year for exploring the warmer climates and the countless unique and romantic road stops throughout the United States.

  1. New Orleans, LA

History, architecture, and culture all collide in New Orleans, LA, a city with a thriving personality. New Orleans offers world-class restaurants, theaters, and live music. From exploring the streets of the French Quarter or Garden District to watching a sunset over the Mississippi River, you’ll have no shortage of ways to woo your main squeeze. New Orleans is such a romantic city that it’s even a hotspot destination for weddings and honeymoons.

  1. Pagosa Springs, CO

What’s more romantic than relaxing in a hot spring with steam rising around you and snowflakes gently falling around you? Not much – and that’s why Pagosa Springs, CO, makes a perfect Valentine’s Day RV getaway.

Make reservations at an onsite private pool for two, or plan an adventure to hike to one of the wild hot springs to enjoy the spectacular views. At over a thousand feet deep, Pagosa Springs is fed by the deepest hot spring in the world. Aside from relaxing in the hot springs, you’ll find plenty of activities to enjoy as you explore the San Juan Mountains of southwest Colorado.

  1. Savannah, GA

Southern charm abounds in the Spanish moss-draped streets of Savannah, GA. Take in the historic antebellum architecture of Savannah on a romantic horse-drawn carriage ride or trolley ride through the picturesque town filled with fountains and natural beauty. Dine at the award-winning restaurants in Savannah and find time for a stroll along the beach at nearby Tybee Island. Romance is around every corner in Savannah!

  1. Florida Keys, FL

If your one-and-only is dreaming of a tropical vacation without leaving the country, an RV trip to the Florida Keys is just the ticket. At John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park, you’ll find opportunities for snorkeling and scuba tours, glass bottom boat rides, kayaking and paddle boarding, and other ways to explore.

Just west of Key West, you can explore Dry Tortugas National Park, a remote park with seven small islands. Dry Tortugas is accessible only by boat or seaplane, so you’ll need to leave the RV behind for a bit to visit the home of the magnificent Fort Jefferson and take in a breathtaking assortment of bird life and coral reef set amongst blue waters.

  1. Pittsburgh, PA

Coffee lovers may find no better way to espresso their love for each other than by visiting a coffee destination like Pittsburgh. That’s right, Pittsburgh!

In the Strip District neighborhood, you can explore a walkable shopping district with an ever-present aroma of freshly roasted coffee. A few local favorite coffee stops include de Fer Coffee & Tea, Big Dog Coffee, and Griff’s Grounds Coffee.

Driving into Pittsburgh, you’ll get to pass through the Fort Pitt Tunnel – with a great view of the beautiful mountains of West Virginia beforehand and an arrival at the heart of the city afterward. Pittsburgh has all sorts of bridges with beautiful landscapes to take in as you drive too. Riding the Duquesne Incline is a fun experience and an easy way to see the city.

Finally, a romantic getaway in Pittsburgh wouldn’t be complete without a stop at the Mount Washington Overlook, where you can take in the city from 367 feet up.

  1. Wytheville, VA

Virginia is for lovers, but that’s not the only reason that Wytheville, VA is such a great romantic getaway destination.

Located four hours west of Richmond and 40 miles north of the state’s North Carolina border, Wytheville is a charming historic mountain town with lots of Colonial and Victorian-era architecture to enjoy. RVers will have no shortage of campgrounds to stay at in Wytheville, and the town has long been known among travelers as a place with delicious eateries.

  1. Charleston, SC

Anyone smitten with the work of romance novelist Nicholas Sparks will be enthralled with a trip to Charleston, SC, where most of the scenes from the blockbuster movie adaptation of Sparks’ “The Notebook” were filmed. One of those scenes was at Cypress Gardens, a beautiful low country area with gardens, a butterfly and bird habitat greenhouse, and swamp grounds.

For an unforgettable Valentine’s Day trip in Charleston, you’ll also want to take a horse-drawn carriage ride through the cobblestone streets, explore the French Quarter, and try as many of the city’s delicious restaurants as you can. The coastal city is also full of romantic places to watch the sunrise or sunset, like Sullivan’s Island Beach and Mount Pleasant’s Pitt Street Bridge.

New and Used RV Dealers in Maryland

If you’re looking for new or used RV dealers in Maryland to help get you rolling for your Valentine’s Day getaway, come visit us at Economy RVS in Mechanicsville, MD. Economy RVS is a new and used RV dealer dedicated to providing our customers with the service and attention they deserve. We are the largest RV dealership in southern Maryland, and we strive to make camping fun for everyone!

Whether you’re looking for your first RV, an upgrade, or the latest model in Maryland, make sure to call us at (301) 884-8400 or contact us online today! Our Maryland inventory includes both new and used travel trailers, fifth wheels, toy haulers, and expandable trailers. Browse our new RV Parts & Accessories department. We hope you get to hit the open road sometime soon!