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As winter loses hold of its icy grip in the north to the warmer spring months, visions of campfire s’mores under starry skies make us long for the great outdoors once again. At Sun RV Resorts, you don’t have to wait for that perfect spring weekend to pack up the rig and set up camp when you take advantage of our Park and Play program!

With the seasonal Park and Play “All-Access Pass,” you have the freedom to leave your rig on-site at your favorite northern Sun RV Resort, set everything up one time, then come and go as you please from opening day until our peak camping season starts in June! This program is also available during the fall months from early September until the season ends around the end of October. This is a great opportunity to enjoy the property before and after the crowds flock in during the summer months or the perfect transition to becoming a seasonal camper, which encompasses the entire season starting around mid-April through early November at most properties.

Discover featured amenities like laser tag, miniature golfing, outdoor entertainment pavilions and amphitheaters, community bonfire pits, fishing piers and much more! Accommodations for your rig include full hookups with on-site laundry facilities, campground stores, and bath houses with hot showers available for your comfort and convenience.

Choose from a wonderful selection of fabulous vacation destinations like the gorgeous countryside of Western Michigan; Virginia’s Chesapeake Bay; Dutch Pennsylvania Country in Lancaster County; the Jersey Cape; famous Mystic, Connecticut; and Old Orchard Beach, Maine. These areas offer an array of local attractions for every taste and lifestyle from fine dining and high-end shopping to amusement parks and historical treasures!

So don’t wait to take advantage of the Sun RV Resorts Park and Play program – all you have to do is pack your bags and go! Try out our Park and Play “Summer-Access Pass” for our southern, year-round resorts in Florida and Arizona too. Click here for more details.