Planning an RV Trip: The Complete Guide
Planning Your Trip
The great thing about planning an RV trip is the endless possibilities of destinations and the flexibility of the trip; you can rent an RV just about anywhere, meaning you can fly to a closer point, or you can leave right from your own home.
When choosing routes and destinations for a first time trip, do your research, and plan to stick to the proven routes; don’t venture off the path too much, especially if you’re not used to driving a motorhome or towing a trailer. Once you’ve tackled a few easier trips, you’ll be more comfortable going off the beaten path.
National and state parks are going to be expensive and the most crowded during the summer months. Try to visit these popular spots on shoulder seasons for a more enjoyable experience. Book ahead to save the most money and make sure you can secure your entry at the time you plan to go.