It’s summertime, and the RVing is easy! There has never been a better summer than this one to get out into the great outdoors. We’ve had a challenging few months in our country. Nature is a tonic, and we need it now more than ever. Traveling by RV, even if just a few hours from home to a state or national park, forest preserve, or RV park, may be the safest form of travel and the safest type of overnight stay.
Millions of people enjoy RV travel in the summer. The weather can be ideal for being outdoors, the days are longer, meaning more time for outdoor activities, and it’s easier to swim in a lake in the summer than winter. Yes, there are mosquitoes and other bugs to contend with, but there are also birds to watch, animals to spot, horseback riding, and, of course, campfires for cooking and enjoying the evening.
Anyone can RV. The only physical exertion you will have is hooking up the water hose, electrical cord, and sewer hose. Travel trailers require a bit more effort to hitch and unhitch, but otherwise are easy. Most large RVs today are equipped with hydraulic levelers and stabilizers. Travel trailers may require you to use leveling pads under one side and to manually lower the stabilizers. These are easy things to do. The only other work is to unpack your gear and camping chairs, make some food and drink, build a fire, and have a wonderful time.
Check out the full article from Travel Awaits and their 8 reasons to try traveling in an RV here.