Top 10 Most Awesome Spring Break Destinations For College Kids

Spring break is coming up fast! Where are you headed? If you don’t have plans, why not consider taking an RV from Gillette’s along for the adventure? You’ll save hundreds on food and hotel costs, as campground rates are a fraction of the cost, and you can pack the RV with your favorite snacks. Check out these top 10 most awesome spring break destinations for college kids.

1. New Orleans, Louisiana

Get away from the beach and have some fun this spring break! New Orleans is the perfect blend of party atmosphere and tourist destination, so there’s something for everyone. You’ll want to set aside time for tours, like exploring the interesting plantations, taking a city-wide tour, and visiting the French Quarter, which is the oldest neighborhood in New Orleans and features a unique atmosphere with everything from jazz music to voodoo shops. On the other hand, day or night, you’ll want to set aside a considerable chunk of time to hit up the countless bars peppered throughout New Orleans! You can even take drinks to go and enjoy them as you make your way to the next bar, as long as it’s in a plastic cup. For some amazing suggestions, check out this list of top New Orleans Bars.

New Orleans West KOA

If you want comfort, convenience, and friendly accommodations, this is the campground for you! The New Orleans West KOA sits just outside the city, and has electric and water, Wi-Fi, a fun pool, and even a complementary shuttle service so you don’t have to drive. Visit their website for more information.

2. Savannah, Georgia

If exploring and history sound better than drinking your spring break away, check out Savannah. This beautiful city is lauded as one of the most beautiful places in America! The city is like a museum in itself, with beautiful parks and a stunning historic district, but you’ll want to take some time to stop at the numerous historical buildings, informative museums, and charming shops too! Savannah also has a fantastic public transportation system so it’ll be easy and inexpensive to get around.

Red Gate Campground and RV Resort

This pretty campground is the perfect place to rest up. The scenic, serene grounds add a welcome touch of southern charm and hospitality, which you’ll love coming back to after a day of exploring. It is also the closest RV park to historic Savannah, and features full hookups, farm animals, a pool, and so much more. Click here fore more information.

3. Nashville, Tennessee

This is the perfect spring break destination for music majors, music lovers, or those just looking to have a good time! You’ll have a grand time exploring amazing sites like the Country Music Hall of Fame, the Grand Ole Opry, RCA Studio B where Elvis and other big-name artists have recorded, and Andrew Jackson’s Hermitage (for all those interested in history). Make sure to set aside time to shop, see some shows, and hit the bars for some honky tonk fun.

Two Rivers Campground

You can rest up and enjoy a great night’s sleep at Two Rivers Campground. It’s only a mere couple miles away from Opryland, so it’ll be easy to access the fun of Nashville. The rates are pretty fantastic too, since you’ll still get the lower winter prices. Sure beats shelling out your precious cash for a hotel for spring break.

4. Steamboat Springs, Colorado

It may seem a bit backwards to head to a cold and snowy destination for spring break, but a ski trip to Steamboat Springs and the Steamboat ski area will be well worth it! Zip down Mount Werner and other peaks, which span just short of 3,000 acres. It features 16 lifts (including an eight-passenger gondola), thrilling terrain parks, a great trail system, and is located near other fantastic resorts. It’s also just a two-hour drive to Denver, so you can visit the Mile High City on spring break too!

Steamboat Springs KOA

We have included a lot of KOA options not only because they are usually well-maintained and hosted by friendly people, but many locations are open year round. This KOA is both comfortable and scenic, with the Yampa River running through it, and nearby mountains for hiking. You can even take a tour shuttle so you can see even more. Visit their website for rates and other information!

5. South Padre Island, Texas

Everything is bigger in Texas, including spring break fun! Not only is this beach town a warm and beautiful sight for sore winter eyes, but a huge party takes over the island this time of year! It officially becomes “spring break island” and is nothing but nonstop parties, music, and events. It’s a total haven if you’re looking to party your way through spring break!

Andy Bowie Park

Stay right on the beach at Andy Bowie Park! It’s super affordable, and you’ll be super close to the spring break festivities. This campground sits in a gorgeous park that has easy access to the beach, so you can splash in the ocean and relax. Click here for more information.