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10 Great Summer Vacation Spots For Conversion Van Travelers

Keys CampgroundSummer is in full swing, and if you haven’t thought about taking a vacation, now is the time. When you own a conversion van, the sky is the limit as far as where you can go! You’re traveling in your own personal hotel room, outfitted with all the comforts you need for a fun getaway. Here are some great places to visit this summer with your conversion van.

Colonial Williamsburg, VA and Busch Gardens
Colonial Williamsburg is great place to go to learn about early American life. Put the kids in the stocks, see candle-making demonstrations and stroll the historic streets. Nearby is Busch Gardens theme park for thrill seekers.

Key West, FL
Oceanside campsites and the charm of Key West make this a great destination. Tour Earnest Hemingway’s house and meet the six-toed cats who reside there, and stop for a drink at Jimmy Buffet’s Margaritaville.

Austin, TX
Called ‘The Live Music Capital of the World,’ performances can be found most any day of the week in this energetic city. Plan to be there during Austin City Limits, a three-day music festival in September.

Walt Disney World
If you’ve got kids – or even if you don’t – you can’t go wrong with a Disney vacation. The great thing about a conversion van is that it saves you tons of money by avoiding those costly hotels, and you can cook your own dinners.

Grand Canyon
A must-see American destination, the Grand Canyon is a popular year-round vacation spot. Enjoy hiking, mule rides into the canyon, and even white-water rafting. There are many campsites to choose from,

Washington, D.C.
This is a very affordable vacation spot, since all Smithsonian museums and its zoo are free. Visit the Lincoln Memorial, Washington Monument and the Vietnam Veterans Memorial. There are numerous parks and campsites near the city.

Rehoboth Beach, DE
Of course, any beach is a great place to head to in your conversion van, but Rehoboth is unique. It is the perfect, old fashioned beach destination complete with boardwalk, ice cream and pizza parlors and a thriving arts scene.

Yellowstone National Park
Set up your campsite in this national park, and then go exploring. Don’t miss Old Faithful’s eruption and learn all about how geysers work. There’s even a Junior Ranger program for kids.

Los Angeles, CA
Traveling by conversion van is a great way to experience the City of Angels. Hollywood and its walk of fame, the Santa Monica Pier and the Chinese Theatre are can’t miss sites.

Finger Lakes, NY
Camping in the Finger Lakes region of New York is a great way to unwind and relax. Boating on Lake George, touring wineries or just breathing in the fresh air and revive your spirit.

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