Experiences RVers Know
RVers enjoy RVing for many different reasons, but there are some universal truths we'd like to share that most RVers enjoy. Even if they don't want them, they can most likely relate, lol. So as you're cruising through the list, go ahead and relive some of these from your travels.
Hiking from The Campground
Once in a while, you'll find a campground or even campsite that meets up with a trailhead. So you can head out on short hikes throughout your stay or even take some long ones and come back to the comforts of home in your RV.
Visiting Historical Places
Yes, sooner or later, when you're traveling, you'll stumble onto historical landmarks and even some campgrounds with a history built into them. Of course, if you're a history buff, you'll want to make sure that you make a list of the top historical experiences you wish to have and head out on the open road to visit them!
Cooking in an RV
Yes, you have the comforts of home, but cooking in an RV for many can have some unique challenges based on your RV. For example, ours doesn't cook entirely; even so, a common fix for RVers in this situation, we use a pizza stone that evens out the heat.
Plugging In and Working
Even when you get off the grid, you can stay connected while RVing. Many campgrounds offer wifi, but most RVers know you need to take matters into your own hands and bring your own. Luckily there are lots of options with today's technology. Some RV's even come with built-in wifi!
Does a bear poop in the woods? Well, when you're out RVing in nature, you can find out. You'll also have lots of other opportunities such as fishing, hunting, and photographing the country's best natural areas.
With the selfie social media culture, people are craving to look into beautiful places and take couples or individual selfies. You'll be able to showcase these unique places with your smiling mug in the forefront of the pic.
One of the challenges of fishing is taking the time to load up everything in the boat, head out to the spot, and reel them in. A HUGE benefit of many campgrounds is dock fishing. Walkout from the RV onto the dock and toss out a line! It's that easy.