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Want to rent an RV and finally visit the birthplace of rock and roll? Then it’s time to hop in your campervan rental and check into Memphis KOA.
Just over the river near the town of Marion, Arkansas, this location is the perfect spot for quiet evenings and yet close enough to hop in your motorhome rental and drive to the buzzing city of Memphis, Tennessee on the I-55S in just 18 minutes.
Memphis KOA offers the ultimate comfort with amenities to suit even those family members who weren’t quite sold on the idea of an RV vacation in the first place. There’s a pool, camping kitchen, Wi-Fi, laundry room, bike rentals, basketball court, playground, cable TV, on-site gift shop, shuttle buses, and a snack bar; you might feel more like you’re at an RV resort than a regular RV park.
Speaking of resorts, whether you choose to show up in a palatial travel trailer rental or a tiny VW camper, there’ll be space for you at Memphis KOA, with spots up to 70 feet in length available, and with a max amp of 50, you should have no problem powering your mansion or mini-mansion on wheels.
Hop in your RV rental and drive south into the town of Marion in just a few minutes, or if you want to stretch those legs, why not rent a bike from the RV park and cycle into town in just over 20 minutes?
When you book an RV in Crittenden County, then you’re most likely looking to connect with nature; if so, drive north from Memphis KOA towards Marked Tree, and you’ll stumble upon Wapanocca National Wildlife Refuge in less than 30 minutes. This 5,484-acre paradise is home to masses of wildlife and diverse local botany for the avid outdoors person to enjoy. There are plenty of activities available at the park, including photography, environmental education, hunting, and fishing.
If you’re planning on combining your day in the great outdoors with dinner in the big city, make your way to Shelby Farms Park on the east side of Memphis just above Germantown (home to a famed farmers market). You’ll find treetop climbing courses, hiking trails, horseback riding tours, bike rental, dog walking trails (including 100 acres for designated off-leash fun), boating, and paddleboard rental, fishing, disc golf, and even paintball and laser tag.
For a more educational outdoor experience, consider exploring the Memphis Botanical Gardens located just 2 minutes' drive from Beale Street, the famed entertainment capital of the city. Here, you’ll be able to wander through close to 30 specialty gardens, with highlights including the great lawn, the rose garden, the daylily circle, the iris garden, the Japanese garden, and the wildflower woodland to name just a few must-sees.
Upon walking through this plant-laden paradise, it’s easy to see why many people travel from far and wide to have their weddings at the Memphis Botanical Gardens, with the added bonus of being so close to the vibrant and culturally rich playground of Memphis.
After getting to know the nature that surrounds this stunning area, you simply can’t miss out on exploring the city of Memphis itself, well known as the home of Elvis - you can’t stop by his hometown without a visit to Graceland.
Situated on Elvis Presley Blvd, you’ll be able to explore the rooms where some of his famous songs were written and even recorded, check out his collection of classic cars, and before you leave, be sure to pop into Glady’s Diner for a grilled PB and banana sandwich - a favorite of the king of rock’n’roll himself.
What trip to Tennessee would be complete without listening to some live music? There's a calendar of events year-round, including Elvis week which takes place every August. But it’s not just music bringing people to the city; it’s also famed for its food, cultural, and film festivals.
And while we’re on the subject of food, if you’re not planning a day focused on food in Memphis, well, you’re going to be missing out. This may be the home of blues, soul, and rock and roll, but they also serve a mean BBQ so why not hit up one of the many family-run BBQ restaurants for dinner?
Or if you decided that you’ve had enough of a big city for the day, on your way back to Memphis KOA, take a pit-stop in West Memphis, which actually lies just over the river in Arkansas, and enjoy a bit of home-style cooking and a quieter atmosphere. Only 10 minutes' drive from Memphis KOA, it’s a great spot for dinner with the kids so that they won’t miss bedtime.
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