With kids out of school, wouldn’t it be a great time to plan for a last minute RV road trip? To have a successful RV trip, here are RV tips on planning for a last minute RV trip.
According to an article at camping.com, “RV Planning Tips”
“Choose the Type of Camping
You will need to determine what type of trip you would like to take, so you can find the best spot to enjoy your summer camping trip. Perhaps your family loves to mountain bike, maybe you would prefer to go to a local lake, or maybe your family likes to take backcountry backpacking trips. Whatever your family’s passion is, it requires a bit of preparation to determine the best locations for your camping trip.
Last Minute Tips
If you cannot plan in advance and just want to get away for the final weekend before school starts, think about looking at local campgrounds. Start by choosing a nearby destinations, everyone knows of a local lake or other spot that can be a fun getaway close to home. At Camping.com you can search for campgrounds by state or even by distance from a nearby landmark or address. In addition, you can also reserve certain campsites online, making it much simpler to ensure that you have a spot. By staying close to home you have the ability to enjoy a nice relaxing getaway, without having to worry about the extra planning that is required for a longer trip. You don’t have to plan to take days off work, and can spend relatively more time at the destination rather than traveling to the destination.
Once you have reserved your campsite you will need to make sure you have all of the necessary sup-plies. Check all of your camping gear, especially if you have not used it all year. Make sure that your tent, sleeping bags, cooking supplies and other camping gear are in working order. You will also want to make sure to pack enough food for the duration of the trip. It’s always more fun to stay at the campsite, rather than seeking out a grocery store because you didn’t pack enough dinner supplies.” To read the entire article click here.