Owning an RV gives you the chance to really take part in one of the most rewarding events in life: travel. With an RV, you get to see the country, even the world, as it was meant to be seen. You’re engaged in each step of the journey and have not just your destination to discover, but the nature, towns, and people along the way. Here are seven wonderful things you’re discover while RVing.
1. Nature at its Best
With an RV, you get to choose where you go. Wherever you stop in the evening, you have your accommodations with you. This allows you the chance to explore those roads less traveled and get to the destinations that aren’t as crowded. With less vehicles, people, and development; you get to see nature at its best. You can choose to take a road for the scenery alone, even if it brings you a couple hundred miles out of your way, and not regret a moment.
2. Food, Food, Food!
One of the best parts of traveling is experiencing the local must-haves. These dishes are what puts small, family owned restaurants on the map. As you’re driving through towns, you’ll stumble upon local farmers’ markets and out of the way places that will have you coming back the next time you drive through.
3. Views to Steal Your Breath
Remember that house you wanted with the AMAZING view? Now you can get views that take your breath way that you can afford! Park your RV overlooking the ocean, or next to an isolated mountain meadow. Whatever beauty is to you, you can find it in your RV, and wake up to its wonders for as long as you want.
Unlike a vacation involving plane tickets and hotel reservations, when you pack up the RV, you’re on no one’s schedule but your own. You might have an idea of where you’re going but you have total control over how long you stay in each location. Haven’t finished exploring the hiking trails? Stay for a few extra days! Your RV gives you complete freedom to explore, travel, and discover where you want, for as long as you want.
5. Daily Dose of Comfort
Heading off for uncharted wilderness or new cities is exciting. Living out of a single bag is not. If you love roughing it, pack the tent to take advantage of a few evenings under the stars. One of the best parts of an RV is knowing when you’re ready for a shower, it’s there. You have all the comforts you need without the expense of a hotel room or cabin rental. You get the best of both worlds!