If you are looking for a special way to connect with your family, think about traveling in an RV. The amazing views out the window provide the perfect backdrop to create some of those magical memories. Spend a weekend or an entire month sharing the tastes, smells, sounds, and wonders of a family-style getaway in an RV.
Winter is approaching, but it’s never too early to start planning your next family adventure. Whether you enjoy a break over the holidays, taking advantage of a long spring break, or looking even further ahead to next summer, an RV vacation can be the perfect ticket for family fun. Not to mention families watching their budget will be happy to learn a recent study found that RV family vacations cost up to 59% less than car or plane travel. The ability to combine transport and lodging into one makes significant cuts into your daily expenses. In addition, state and national park campsites with full hookups range from $15 to $70 a night, and those willing to go a night or two without those amenities can often find camping for less than $10 or even free in some unbelievable places. Check out the website www.FreeCampgrounds.com which lists over 2000 free or nearly free campsites like the Squaw Flat Campground in Utah’s Canyonlands National Park., Mt. Desert Island near Acadia National Park, Maine and Key West, Florida. For most families, the decision to travel in an RV boils down to the quality of the family time spent together without cramming the kids into the backseat of the car; where long drives almost always lead to somebody distraught. In an RV, everyone can relax, play board games, and snack while you roll to your destination. With the picture-perfect campsite chosen, spend some time playing catch, taking a dip in the nearby lake or pool, or sharing s’mores around a campfire. And on an RV vacation, you don’t even have to leave your pet at home. Don’t think that because you’re traveling in an RV, you need find a new destination every day. It’s okay to find that perfect area and stay put for a while… It’s great to know that at the end of the day, you can retire to your room on wheels, without having to unpack in another hotel or even set up a tent. If you’re looking for a way to bond with your family and create real memories, consider traveling in an RV for a family camping trip you’ll never forget.