When you hitch up your travel trailer to hit the road, it’s so much more than a camping trip, isn’t it? It’s freedom. It’s adventure. It’s a lifestyle to which many aspire, but only a few truly live.
For many, buying an RV is a rite of passage. Having grown up on road trips and campfire nights, giving that same experience to one’s own children is a big deal.
If you’re new to the RV life, you’ll quickly learn that there’s more to your camper than comfortable camping.
The RV Community
RVers at campgrounds are some of the most warm, welcoming, helpful people on the planet.
When you’re new at a campground, the more experienced campers are more than willing to show you around, give you directions to the best grocery stores and pit stops, and share useful tips to help you settle in. Your campground neighbors are likely to invite you over for s’mores, and some of these people become lifelong friends.
Sharing the RV lifestyle brings people together. Each time you head out, you look forward to seeing old friends and making new ones.
Some of the best family memories you’ll make involve being crowded into the truck, sharing snacks, and playing silly road trip games with the people you love most.
Maybe you grew up RVing with your parents and you’re eager to share that same joy with your own kids, or maybe you’ve finally retired and you’re ready to get out there and share your best years with your spouse.
Campers bring families of all kinds closer together.
There’s an incredible feeling of freedom when you can feel the road under your wheels.
In your RV, you’re not tethered to hotel room reservations. You don’t have to get to the airport by a certain time or risk missing your flight home. You can stay an extra day or two, head home early, or change your vacation plans at a moment’s notice.
You’re totally in control, and with your trailer in tow, you can still sleep in familiar surroundings every night.
Freedom is one of the top reasons why people buy an RV in the first place.
Why did you decide to live the RV life? Share your favorite stories in the comments if you feel so inclined.