A road trip is the greatest way of traveling, particularly if you want to see several places in one ht. You just get some food and water together, fill up with gas, and jump into the car. Knowing how gas is cheap these days, there is nothing to stop you from turning up the music and making for the open road.
Crank up youradventure to its next level and travel in an RV. You can stretch out the good times by extra days or even weeks. Motorhome camping allows you to live live in relative luxury just about anywhere. Succomb to the joys of the open road; your children will really love the adventue aas well.
RVIAs RV Consumer Demographic Profile shows the ownership of recreational vehicles has reached new heights. Research reveals the count of householders owning one or more RVs has grown to a new figure of 8.9 million, up a million from 7.9 million in 2005. Amost 9 percent of homes in the US now own RVs, up from 8 percent in the past ten years.
Ownership of an RV is expected to keep expanding as more people learn how this form of traveling is a low cost and economic means of spending time enjoyingthe great outdoors with friends and family.
Become a dedicated explorer and discover our country in a motorhome. Planning a trip can be great fun, considering the number of sources you can call on such as websites, apps, and fellow campers. Beware though that it can also become overwhelming should you not know what you’re doing. Before youget in your vehicle, consider these two very important tips.
1. Go in the spring or summer
Trips at these times of the year are a lot more flexible than thoose in winter when you can really only travel in the southern areas of the country because you will have many more options. Try for a trip between May and October as many tourist attractions and campgrounds could be closed during the remainder of the year. Peak times are normally in July and early August. Bear that in mind if you want a quiet time with no crowds and if you have to make an advance reservation for an RV.
2. Know if electricity and water are available
Are you going glamping or do you prefer a primitive camping experience? There is a big difference and you will not be very happy when you end up at the wrong type of campsite. Many facilities do not have water and/or power. Ensure you are aware of what is available in order that youcan plan accordingly. If you dont want to go without the advantages of a nice vacation, then think about glamping, a hybrid word for glamorous camping.