If you are one of the 오피 many, we have got you covered with our list of best RV parks to celebrate the holidays. There are also some awesome Christmas dining options, and there are several RV parks that are decorated for Christmas, so you will be able to find a perfect fit for you and your family.

Of course, when you are at Santa, you also have access to the Lake Rudolph campground and RV resort, which is appropriately decorated with festive joy for the entire Christmas season as well. Not only are these awesome RV parks (located in warmer weather during winter) but they have locally-hosted events that make your Christmas season that much more special. Our winter campgrounds always have great attractions nearby, and often there are Christmas-themed events happening locally around the holiday time.

Most of these US vacation RV destinations are warm enough for outdoor sleeping all year long. If you love Christmas, these U.S. holiday camping destinations will warm the heart in the dead of winter with their twinkling lights displays, holiday-themed downtowns, towering Christmas trees, and, of course, visits from Santa Claus.

From stopping for a ride on the Polar Express across the Grand Canyon to staying in a Christmas-themed town, these U.S. National Parks and cities provide unique opportunities for RV travelers to celebrate the holidays. There are events happening in large cities and small towns all over the U.S. celebrating Christmas in an amazing way. Branson celebrates the holidays with parades, lights, live entertainment, and an Ozark Mountain Christmas Festival.

If you are looking for some big-time entertainment, then Biloxis annual Downtown Christmas in the City should be your destination. Look for a drive-through light show, decorated downtown neighborhoods, appearances by Elves and Santa Claus, singing of Christmas carols, a tree-lighting ceremony, festive festivals, and much more. Come for a memorable Holiday Festival & Tree Lighting Ceremony, stay for the most picturesque Christmas experience you have ever experienced.

Lighted Holidays on the Lake takes place Dec. 11-13, with the drive-through Christmas light display Dec. 12. Time your visit well, and you may even get to witness an annual tree lighting ceremony or Yule Log Ceremony; and, if you are feeling truly ambitious, you may want to take part in Savannahs 5K race.

Plus, a Nativity play is played as you drive, and the place is decorated, of course, with Christmas lights. Add some snow and Christmas lights, and Leavenworth looks like it belongs in a Hallmark Christmas movie. The city is named after Christmastown, but still gets into the spirit of the Christmas season, with an RV park that even has a gigantic Christmas tree, a Santa Claus, and a sleigh.

Fort Christmas sticks to its namesake, with holiday decorations all over the town, and events each holiday season. The town has a special museum just for Jimmy Stewart, and they host an epic It is A Wonderful Life festival now through the holidays. Disneys Fort Wilderness Christmas Seasonal Events start in mid-November and last until the New Years Eve.

If you like Disney & RV life, it is an RV park that you should check out…especially for Christmas. There is always something going on at Mammoth Mountain RV Park that will surely make your Christmas Vacation here memorable. Daingerfield State Park is hosting its 8th Annual Christmas in the Park, Dec. 16-19.

Take a drive around Daingerfield State Park and marvel at the decorated campgrounds and lights. Stroll or drive through the Lakeview and Big Pine Campgrounds of Tyler State Park and marvel at the carefully decorated campers sites. Light Up the Park encourages campers to decorate their campsites with holiday flair. Decorate your campsite and help spread a little holiday cheer during Christmas in the Park.

No matter where you are camping, look for a local activity to celebrate the Christmas holidays…some seasonal events charge a small fee, but many are free and ask for donations, if you are so inclined. From Christmas light walks to holiday markets, you will not be short on things to do. We scoured the country for the most festive, cheery, Santa-filled destinations across America, all approved for RVs. From towns literally named for Christmas and Santa, to unique holiday festivities, you will be happy to have your RV parked in one of the jolliest places around.

When the official holiday season arrives, you will get to enjoy Christmas dinner with Santa, drive around the Land of Lights to see Santa and interactively experience The Story of Santa Claus. Then, visit Santas Home, which features one of the largest holiday stores in the country, and, of course, the official home of Santa Claus, complete with walls covered with letters from the kids. Come see Santa Claus and tons of other classic Holiday characters, all while enjoying holiday carols and hot cocoa with loved ones.

Take in year-round holiday decorations, complete with candy-cane-striped street lights and a 50-foot-tall, gigantic Santa Claus statue. The 1880s-style theme park has rides and attractions all year long, but Christmas brings an added holiday flair, with musical performances on several stages, 1,000 decorated trees, and, of course, lots of holiday shopping. The Christmas Country Train takes visitors around the grounds of Denton Farmpark, which really goes all-out during the holidays.

The RV park with the Christmas theme is conveniently located to take advantage of Orlandos festive festivities. The campground is closed to out-of-doors RVers from late October to late April.

There are campsite decorating contests, light tours by car, and special winter hiking programs until New Years. Key events include International Festival of the Holidays, Mickeys Very Merry Christmas Party, Holidays in Toy Story Land, and Disneys Yuletide Fantasy. The Giant Holiday Weekend includes kids holiday crafts, holiday painting and wine parties, theatrical performances, and local vendors. Some of the more popular seasonal events are Christmas at the Ranch, the Merry Makers Fair, Sip & Shop, boat rides with Santa Claus, and a parade of lights.