Hey, where’s everybody going?

It’s a question we ask when entering a room, but it’s also something we want to know at work. Where are the vacation spots that are so fun, so easy, and so unique that people keep wanting to visit them? After tallying up last year’s numbers, here are the Top 5 Most Visited Destinations of 2018.

Map with pushpins

Disney World

Fort Wilderness Sign

Fort Wilderness is Disney’s campground. Located on 750 acres between Magic Kingdom and Epcot, it’s all the magic of Disney with the added benefit of being in the woods. Have a campfire and you might be joined by the rabbits, armadillos, or peacocks that roam the ground. We recommend you give yourself 8-11 nights, round-trip, to enjoy a Disney RV adventure. Here is advice on getting from Fort Wilderness to other parts of Disney. You can even take a ferry to Magic Kingdom!

Football Tailgating

Tailgaters wearing blue

RVs for football games are fun and affordable. Once you’ve experienced tailgating this way, you’ll never want to be without one. Whether you root for the Aggies, Badgers, Cornhuskers, Demon Deacons, Engineers, Falcons, Golden Flashes, Hokies, Ice Dogs, Jayhawks, Knights, Lobos, Maccabees, Nittany Lions, Owls, Pioneers, Quakers, Rams, Scarlet Knights, Tar Heels, Utes, Vaqueros, Wildcats, X-Men, Yellow Jackets, or Zips, enjoy the game in style and comfort. Call ahead at (973) 875-4961 to rent your motorhome.

Game snacks and meals will be a breeze when you have a motorhome rental from 84 RV Rentals. Your hungry gang will love the meal you whip up in your own kitchen. Your motorhome comes equipped with a refrigerator, oven and stove to help you make everyone’s favorite game time snacks.

Lake George, NY

Lake George RV Park

This is a top destination for first time RV’ers or those who head out every year. It’s close, but not too close, so you still feel like you’re on vacation. Perfect for a long weekend. And we don’t just send customers there. We go ourselves. Every year, our master certified technician Mike enjoys the camping, fishing, and breweries.

Acadia National Park, Maine

Acadia National Park Boardwalk

East Coasters know that you don’t have to spend 4 days driving to Wyoming to see a breathtaking national park. Acadia offers water adventures, quiet bike rides, and views from the heights of Cadillac Mountain. Plus you can stop along the way in New York, New Hampshire, or Vermont. Here is one sample itinerary. It includes quiet carriage roads and ice cream.

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NY State Parks – Watkins Glen, Letchworth, and Finger Lakes

Watkins Glen Dog

This dog found a quiet spot behind one the 19 waterfalls in Watkins Glen State Park.

You can see one of these parks in a weekend. To see them all, consider a 6-7 day trip.

In a recent USAToday poll, the #1 and #3 state parks in the entire nation were located in New York. (The would be #1 Letchworth and #3 Watkins Glen.)

Letchworth’s beautiful gorges lend it the nickname the Grand Canyon of the East. (A half-dozen other state parks also claim this title, so make sure you’re going to the right one.) For a nice family meal nearby, try Questa Lasagna, featuring a dozen varieties of lasagna (including Greek, seafood, and chocolate).