If you’re traveling the country in your RV or hoping to find a campground with manicured lawns, trees for shade and first-rate amenities, set your course for Camp America Campground.
Drive into a beautiful park-like setting with level grass and gravel areas where you can park the RV and be fully hooked up to electrics (50/30 amp), water, sewer and the Internet. Restrooms and pay showers are well maintained with a decent size laundry and camp store where you can buy firewood, supplies, gifts, and pre-read books.
The giving doesn’t stop there with a fenced swimming pool to cool off in summer plus a playground for the kids and miniature-golf for a friendly game with family. The sites are super-spacious with an area flanked by trees so you can pitch a tent.
Pets are welcome so there’s no need to leave the dog at home when they can join the holiday fun. Your pooch has to be on a leash no longer than six feet outside of a vehicle and it is the responsibility of the pet-parents to clean up after their dog.
All the comforts of home are readily available to make your stay at Camp America one to remember. The hosts are always there to help, ensuring weary travelers have the best of times when they book a few nights or more at this popular Salem campground. There are 48 sites in total with picnic tables and a fire-ring for cooking. The rural atmosphere offers a peaceful haven to vacation or a pleasant stop-over if you're traveling interstate.
The city of Salem is a 3-minute drive from the camp where the Saint Mary's church steeple is often the first thing you see. Built in the 1800’s the church's Gothic architecture is a standout attraction in this quaint, farming hub. There are family restaurants to take the kids, shopping and local museums to learn more about the town's history.
Check into Camp America for time out in a country campground with all the comforts of home.