Whether you prefer to boondock among the vines or have full hookups and a pool with easy access to tastings, there are RV camping options for you at popular wine regions in the U.S. Thanks to campground booking platforms like Harvest Hosts and Hipcamp, it’s now easier for wineries to offer RV sites for camping on their properties. If you’re looking for more traditional camping, there are options at wineries for you as well.
Heritage Oak Winery, Acampo, California
This family-run winery is located in one of Northern California’s growing wine destinations, Lodi and San Joaquin County. Heritage Oak Winery offers whites, rosé, reds, and varietals with most of the fruit grown on-site. There’s a barnyard style tasting room, outdoor seating, hiking trails, and even a river for kayaking. RVers are able to park in the parking lot or at two shady, remote locations—available to reserve via Harvest Hosts—about an 8-minute walk from the tasting room.
Four Lanterns Winery, Paso Robles, California
Four Lanterns is another family-run winery found in Paso Robles, located on the Central Coast of California in San Luis Obispo County. The vineyard specializes in wine varietals from the Rhone Valley in France and has won awards for its rosé, viognier, and syrah wines. There is one spot to camp at on the vineyard and you can make reservations through Harvest Hosts.
Pianetta Ranch and Winery, Paso Robles, California
Camp among the vines at Pianetta Ranch and Winery, also located in Paso Robles. The campground sits on 95 acres and hosts groups of up to 30 people. It’s an ideal stop for cyclists along the Peach Tree Trail or for those taking a road trip along Highway 101. The campsite is bookable on HipCamp, but contact the winery directly to arrange winemaker dinners, vineyard and winery tours, specialized wine tastings, or a champagne brunch.
Cava Robles RV Resort, Paso Robles, California
While not a stand-alone winery, Cava Robles offers RVers a chance to stay at a luxury RV resort with wine-centric amenities like on-site wine tastings and group wine tours. Other amenities include an on-site bistro, walking trails, fire pits, a Wellness Center, two outdoor swimming pools, a game room, a community center, full hookups, free WiFi, and more.
Crow Vineyard and Winery, Kennedyville, Maryland
Head east to visit Crow Vineyard and Winery, a third-generation working farm and vineyard that’s open year-round on the Mid-Atlantic Coast. RVers can book a site on HipCamp and camp in the gravel parking lot near the tasting room, which overlooks the farm and vineyard. Guests can walk the trails around the vineyard and farm and even purchase grass-fed Angus beef for dinner. And if you don’t feel like cooking, reserve a spot at one of the vineyard’s farm-to-table events.
Y Knot Winery, Glenns Ferry, Idaho
Set in Southwest Idaho overlooking the Snake River, Y Knot Winery produces 12 different wines with accolades for its rosé and Pinot Gris wines. Across the street from the tasting room and winery is an affiliated RV park with 16 shaded sites and full hookups. The RV campsite can accommodate both small and large rigs and is pet-friendly. RV guests have access to the property’s restaurant, bar, nine-hole golf course, and seasonal tours. Don’t miss the nearby Three Island Crossing State Park, where you can see parts of the Oregon Trail.
Mountain Cove Vineyards, Lovingston, Virginia
Located along the Route 29 corridor, Mountain Cove Vineyards is set among the Blue Ridge Mountains. The winery produces all vegan wines and has both table wines and fruit wines, made with locally grown fruit. You can reserve one of the 10 campsites at the vineyard on HipCamp and some sites have electricity. You’ll be close to other area wineries, as well as Nelson County’s outdoor activity offerings like hiking, biking, and golfing.
Summer Crush Vineyard & Winery, Fort Pierce, Florida
Head south to St. Lucie, Florida, for one of the lesser-visited destinations along the central east coast of Florida. Summer Crush Vineyard and Winery is conveniently located off of I-95 or the Florida Turnpike. There are only a few dozen wineries in the state and this one uses the native muscadine grape in many of its wines. You can book RV sites via Harvest Hosts and Hipcamp—restrooms and potable water are available. The vineyard offers disc golf, outdoor games, concerts, fishing, paddling, food trucks, tastings, and tours.
Palisade Basecamp, Palisade, Colorado
You’ll find Basecamp Palisade along Colorado’s Fruit and Wine Byway next to Colterris Winery. Visitors can tour the vineyards, winery, barrel room, and cave while tasting seven of the estate-grown wines. Next door, the RV resort has a pool, access to the Colorado River, a riverfront trail, an on-site peach orchard, as well as WiFi, hookups, modern bathhouses, laundry facilities, and a dump and propane station.
4R Ranch Vineyards and Winery, Muenster, Texas
Relaxation comes naturally at 4R Ranch Vineyards and Winery in the Red River Valley of Texas. Sip award-winning wines from the extensive menu at the Windshed Tasting Room, take a winery tour with barrel tasting, or mountain bike on the property’s Brambles trail. There are two RV campsites near the ranch’s entrance that are available to book on Hipcamp, with electricity, a bathhouse, and free firewood.