Many of the nation’s RV resorts are located in close proximity to golf courses, but scores of RV parks and resorts also have their own 9- or 18-hole golf courses, particularly in the Sunbelt.
But while some park operators tout the challenging nature of their courses, many RVers simply use golf as a way to socialize, said Amir Harpaz, a co-owner and developer of Torrey Trails RV & Golf Resort in Bowling Green, Fla., which features a 9-hole golf course.
“It’s not an intimidating golf course. You can be a newbie,” Harpaz said. But the course is highly sought after as a social venue, he said. “Most of our guests play two or two-and-a-half hours and end up at the poolside bar. It definitely adds another dimension of fun to the RV resort experience.”
Here’s a sampling of nearly three dozen RV resorts across the country with adjoining golf courses for their guests: