This Thanksgiving break the mold and create memories that will last a lifetime by exploring these Thanksgiving festivals and events that cater to RVers.
History buffs can learn the true story of the first Thanksgiving at The Annual America’s Hometown Thanksgiving Celebration held at the birthplace of Thanksgiving – Plymouth, Massachusetts the weekend before Thanksgiving.
There’s a parade chronicling the first Thanksgiving and concerts honoring the sacrifices of our military through years. You can also gather fresh from the Harvest Market the fruits, veggies, grass fed meats and much more to prepare your own Thanksgiving feast while enjoying music and demonstrations all day presented by real historical characters. And if you want to know what really happened at the first Thanksgiving, this is the place to find out!
Point your RV towards Indianhead Resort for a nice quiet, family camping resort! When we say “quiet” we mean QUIET!
The campground preserves peace and quiet with a “No loud music, rap and hip-hop” policy. This creates the ideal place to rest peacefully or stretch out in a lounge chair and dive into a good book.
Campground Amenities Include:
Electric & Water at All Sites (Artesian Well, State tested regularly)
Gray water drains, no charge.
MOSQUITO CONTROL Sprayed weekly
Modern Bathroom Facilities
Hot Metered Showers (25 cents for 20 min’s.)
Laundry: (Wash $1.25, Dry $1.00)
Dumping Station, Pump Out Service $$
Groceries at fully stocked Camp Store by office
Bait and tackle
There are plenty of attractions and fun things to do nearby like:
Historic Plymouth Plantation
Whale Watch out of Plymouth Harbor
Deep-Sea Fishing out of Plymouth Harbor
Cruises on Cape Cod Canal & Plymouth Bay
Historic Plymouth Rock
Historic Mayflower II
Sandwich Heritage Plantation
Martha’s Vineyard Island, ferry 20 minutes away
Nantucket Island, ferry 20 minutes away
Provincetown drive 45 miles south
Hyannis 20 minutes away
Nearby hiking trail 0.6 miles to ocean at Ellisville beach and harbor
Buses nearby to Foxwoods Casino
If you’re not into all that historical stuff and would rather have one last shot of sunshine before winter sets in, then set your sites on the Wekiva Falls RV Resort in central Florida. They throw a wonderful Turkey day bash. The chefs cooks the birds and decorates the clubhouse where you can feast with fellow RVers – all you need to do is bring a covered dish for the potluck. We have a really good one for potlucks Broccoli Rice Casserole!
And you can still take in all the Thanksgiving football action while others have fun at the water park. Wekiva falls is the perfect destination for the long weekend with Orlando’s Disney world, Universal Studios, Legoland and more only 30 minutes away!
Finally for the majestic outdoor experience it’s hard to beat Yosemite National Park!
Choose from two opportunities for a Thanksgiving Day meal prepared by world-class chefs while you relax and enjoy the scenery from your dining table in the Ahwahnee Dining Room
Or, for a breathtaking view of the Yosemite Falls, book a table at the Mountain Room inside the Yosemite Lodge.
You are bound to have a fantastic meal and there’s no dishes afterwards!
There are a variety of camping choices when visiting Yosemite but because of popularity, you may have to wait until next year for a spot! Our advice is make reservations now!