Planning Your RV Getaway With Go RVing

“Whether it be recreational, such as hiking a new trail, fishing a new river, skiing a new terrain, or simply strolling the town and trying a new place to eat, get out there and take in the new sights. There’s so much to see and experience.”

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Going on your first RV camping adventure is easier than you might think. A little planning goes a long way in making sure the trip runs smoothly.

Go RVing writer Julie Sojot breaks down six things to consider before hitting the road in your RV for the first time.

According to Julie, it’s best to plan the getaway by picking a time frame and where you want to go. Next is to choose the best campsite for your RV and learn what amenities are available, then make reservations if necessary and scout the surrounding area for activities.

Most importantly, Julie says to know the size of your RV. You want to choose a campsite that fits your car and camper, as well as one that your setup can navigate into.

“Whenever possible, try to scout out an area first before pulling into forested roads in case there’s no turnaround point for your RV, especially if you’ve got a lengthy one.”

The last bit of advice is to go explore.

Julie says, “Whether it be recreational, such as hiking a new trail, fishing a new river, skiing a new terrain, or simply strolling the town and trying a new place to eat, get out there and take in the new sights. There’s so much to see and experience.”

Read the full story from our Go RVing partners here.

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