There are many advantages to traveling in an RV. From traveling at your own pace to seeing new sights on a budget, here’s a look at some of the biggest advantages of RV travel:
1. RVing is affordable. When you travel in an RV, you don’t pay for hotels or airfare. You pay for gas and campground fees, but it’s a fraction of the cost.
2. You see unique sights when you RV. While staying at campgrounds, you get to see unusual sights, like a Georgia swap or a field of boulders in Pennsylvania. Some of the sights you’ll plan to see, while others you’ll simply stumble upon.
3. You can bring what you want. Traveling in an RV lets you bring what you want. Now, of course, RVs are limited in storage, but if you want to bring your favorite fuzzy blanket, a particular pillow, an omelet pan, and all the sweet treats you can think of—you can.
4. You get to enjoy nature. Another advantage to RV travel is that you get a chance to be in nature. At many campgrounds, you’ll stay in a quiet outdoor oasis. At state campgrounds, the sites are spaced well apart and you can wander around in a quiet lush forest and forget the hustle and bustle of work and traffic jams that are your norm.
5. You encourage your kids to try new things. If you RV with kids, you can encourage them to see new things, meet new people, and try things they might not try at home.
6. You spend time together. When you take a trip, you spend time together as a family. You take time to do fun adventures and simple activities like making s’mores around a campfire. You’re not worried about work, or school, or running to a sporting event—you’re all in the moment.
For RVers, there are many benefits to this type of travel.