3 Coastline Destinations for RV Trips
Updated: Mar 16
We know that RV trips are a great way to see the country from coast to coast. There is nothing more refreshing than taking in a stunning, sparkling vista after spending hours on the road. Spending a few days at an RV park along a coastline gives you time to enjoy the fresh air, engage in numerous recreation opportunities and capture photo memories. Use these three coastline suggestions when planning the next big trip.
1) Great Salt Lake, Utah
A stop at the largest salt water lake in the western hemisphere is an ideal way to break up longer cross county RV road trips. Several RV parks are located along the 10,000 miles of Great Salt Lake shoreline. Wake up and go for a morning kayak ride or go sailing from the Great Salt Lake Marina. Take your E-Lux ebike for ride on the trails located on Antelope and Stansbury Islands or to one of the local farmers markets. Whether you bike around Salt Lake City or spend the trip admiring the view from the comfort of your RV, the Great Salt Lake is one you should add to the bucket list.
2) Salish Sea, Washington
In between the northwestern United States and the border of Canada are the coastal waterways of the Salish Sea. To experience the area, park at a site near Port Angeles and start exploring Olympic Peninsula environments that include mountains and old growth forests. With so much scenic wonder to take in, it is no surprise Olympic National Park is also a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Take a bike ride along the Olympic Discovery Trail that includes stretches of coastline and riverways or mountain bike down the Olympic Adventure Trail.
3) Chesapeake Bay, Virginia
There are many coastlines to explore in the eastern United States. Chesapeake Bay is connected to the Atlantic Ocean and boasts many suitable sites for RV adventurers. After settling in, shake out the legs with a ride along Virginia Beach, where you may find a new favorite place for dinner in one of the local bike friendly communities. A trip by the Bay provides beach cruising opportunities as well as the chance to capture neat wildlife photos. Simply bike or hike through the Back Bay National Wildlife Refuge to seek out unique birds and aquatic creatures.
When packing along your electric bike in preparation for an exciting adventure, take time to double check local regulations on ebikes. if you have any questions about the best way to transport an ebike using an RV, feel free to contact one of our E-Lux Electric Bike team members.