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Memphis RV and camping pros know how lucky they are to call this Mississippi River city their home. Not only does Memphis have one of the most vibrant downtown scenes in the U.S., the surrounding area is also ideal for getting outdoors and connecting with nature.


Memphis is located where Tennessee, Arkansas, Mississippi and its River converge, and the area has served a critical role in history, commerce, and of course, music. Memphis is home to Graceland, Elvis Presley’s sprawling estate, and you’re basically required to visit. The King himself drew from the area’s blues roots to inform his iconic style, and that make sense when you realize how important this region of the world has been for some of the music that we’ve enjoyed over the past 80 years.


Memphis is also considered one of the best spots in the country for barbecue, and the region has its own style, flavors, and traditions to differentiate it from other BBQ meccas like Texas and Kansas City. (Get the pork ribs.) For those looking for authentic southern soul food, try Gus’s World Famous Fried Chicken. History buffs should check out the National Civil Rights Museum, which is also conveniently located downtown.


South Memphis is a popular area for outdoor day trips. Horn Lake, home to the American Contract Bridge League headquarters, museum, and Hall of Fame, is also known for being a popular destination. The area has a few RV parks and campgrounds, and the countryside along Route 51 from Graceland becomes less developed and more natural as you leave the city behind.


Peabody Park, to the east of downtown is among the area’s most popular places to beat the hot and humid heat of a Tennessee summer day. The park has areas for play, a splash pad, water slides, and a pool, and it’s only a short drive from the Memphis Zoo and Overton Park.


Whether you’re looking to explore downtown Memphis or the environment around it, there’s plenty to do and see. Indeed, Memphis RV and camping fans know they’ve found something special in this port city along the mighty Mississippi River.