The RV Industry Association estimates more than 500,000 new RVs will ship in 2021. That is a 20 percent boost from last year.
Now, RV resorts and campgrounds are scrambling to build more spaces for you to park your luxury coach or pop up camper.
You are safer outdoors, in nature, from COVID-19. And, people across the country are trading planes, trains and automobiles for RVs.
“We just built a park from the ground up in Summerfield, Florida, and that's Sunkissed Village RV Resort," Darla Sinnard told ABC Action News reporter Michael Paluska.
Sinnard is the Regional Manager for Jennings Realty. They own and operate Bay Bayou RV Resort in Tampa.
Sinnard says January, February and March are traditionally the busy seasons, but sales were up in 2020, and they are booked solid.
Check out the full article from ABC Action News here.