Where Would You Go In Your RV?

The lure of RVing is often that sense of freedom we get when we first head out on the open road. It’s a feeling you can pursue year after year, trip after trip. We often find ourselves dreaming of our next trip, and we’re pretty sure you are no different. So we asked the question, “If you could take off right now, where would you go?” Here is what you had to say.

Where Would You Go in Your RV?

“I’d go cross country and stop whenever and wherever we want to go. We’d go up to Alaska and into the Yukon and British Columbia and Alberta, then maybe head home. No hurries or rushes.”

-Betsy S., Virginia

“I would head out to the Boonies by a river and live there forever. Fish, hunt, and write books.”

-Sean G., Pennsylvania

“If I could afford it, I would take my wife on a trip in our trailer the full length of Highway 101.”

– Herschel L., Oregon

“Nowhere! I’m happy where I am here in Arizona. But in the summer, the California Coast!”

– Ellen O., Arizona

“Big Pine, California. I remember being 12 years old spending time fishing there with my grandfather.”

– Robert B., Texas

“Anywhere and everywhere! The mountains, with a river and a campfire. And a few beers!”

– Marcia M., New Mexico

“Chilhowie, Virginia to attend the Smyth County Jam on Monday nights!”

– Randy D., Kentucky

“Nowhere! I’m in Key Largo right now and the weather suits me just fine compared to up north!”

– David T., Massachusetts

“Anywhere that is at least 300 miles away from work!”

– David M., California

“I’m a full time RVer, so I would actually go home for a change!”

– Chris. P., Oregon

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17 Responses to “Where Would You Go In Your RV?”

  1. Dave Crouch

    I am originally from Toronto, ontario and my wife is from halifax, nova scotia. In 2012, we took the summer off from our jobs, and bought a class “A” unit in Edmonton, Alberta. We Left Edmonton on june 12, and arrived in hamilton ontario on october 17. we explored almost every small town we could find, and we swam in all five of the great lakes. I gave her the best vacation of our lives, and would do it again in a heartbeat!

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  2. Erika

    I want to get in our RV and go to someplace where there is no scalding hot wheather. No pesky nats, flies, and mosquitos. If only I can get my husband to retire. He said next year, but he said that last year. Any suggestions anyone.

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  3. Mike Bruscell

    First choice would be the upper mid-west for states we’ve not visited yet ND, SD, MN, WI, MI. Second choice – Beech Mountain, NC…. highest elevation east of the Mississippi, nice, cool, laid-back….

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  4. Ronnie Taylor

    We are leaving coast in Ms. Going to Yellowstone,Glacier,then,Calgary, across and down to Seattle. Down the coast of Oregon and California, go across thru Reno thru Colorado, and make our way back to Ms.

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  5. dawn westmoreland

    I am 70 years old and travel alone…why hasn’t some one invented a system to get those lp tanks on the trailer hitch…it kills me every time I have to get one filled and replace it on the hitch

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  6. Harlan & Margaret Schuck

    We would go back to Dauphin Island, Alabama. There is a campground at the east end of Dauphin Island on Mobile Bay. Dauphin Island is very laid back with beautiful beaches and a great bird sanctuary for hiking. Water ferry access across the bay to Gulf Shores can accommodate large rvs and operates every 45 minutes during day time hours. You can even walk on to the ferry for a early evening round trip tour of the bay to look for dolphins. Pure heaven for us Iowans.

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  7. Martin

    Out of town … in the summertime back up to the NET, and wintertime on Vancouver Island where many friends live.

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  8. De

    I’d drive to Oregon to visit my grandkids … quite the jaunt, since I’d be traveling from Alaska! I have it tentatively planned for 2020.

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  9. Keith A.

    “The Mountains are calling and I must go”. Leaving next week from La. Going to spend the next 2 months in Colorado,Utah,New Mexico, and Arizona. Can’t wait.

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  10. DAVID BLACKNEY

    I would head to Jackson Rancheria in Jackson California or McCall in Idaho. Enjoying the relaxing sorrundings.

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