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July 2011

Tips for Summertime RV Fun

Having an RV is a great way to make the summer season with your family all the more exciting and adventurous. An RV allows your family to have plenty of freedom when it comes to vacations, since it’s essentially your mobile abode taking the place of costly hotel reservations. You can even pick up your family on the drop of a dime and take an impromptu weekend trip without any worries. Here are some of the best ideas for summertime RV fun with your family:


  1. Take your family on a hiking adventure. There are many mountainous regions throughout the United States, such as the Appalachian Mountains, the Watchung Mountains, the Adirondacks, the Rocky Mountains, and the Pacific Mountains. Enjoy some of America’s best loved peaks while having some awesome summertime fun in your RV.
  2. Wander into the wilderness. Camping is one of the most popular RV trips for people to take, as the vehicle offers you and your family the comforts you need at night, while you can enjoy all of the amazing things nature has to offer throughout the day, and better yet, there are RV-friendly camping spots all over the nation!
  3. Go on a road trip. No matter how much time you have, whether a few days or a few weeks, there is always a way to go on a road trip to explore all of the wonderful places you pass through. You can simply go on a short road trip throughout a couple of states or even road trip it all across the country, seeing the many breathtaking and surprising places all along your route.



Tips for Summertime RV Fun: * Look at your state government website to find out what campgrounds are nearby and which ones are RV-friendly.

* Explore the many natural wonders, no matter how near or far. There are so many beautiful state and national parks to be seen.

* Get active! Go to places that have plenty of activities perfect for the summertime, such as hiking, swimming, and boating.

* Make sure your RV is insured to make sure you aren’t risking your expensive roving summer home on highways and byways.

* Accidents do happen! Bring a first aid kit to take care of any minor scrapes or cuts.


RV America is partnering with 3,000 dealers nationwide to provide RV insurance and camper van insurance for first time buyers. They have also introduced an RV insurance affiliate program that allows RV dealers to place a quote box directly on their site.