Don’t Limit Yourself to the Campground
Many people buy RVs purely to go camping. They park their trailer or motorhome on a site and spend their whole trip hanging around the campground. While there’s nothing wrong with this really, you might be missing out on some amazing things.
Our RVing for beginners advice? Go ahead and give yourself a day or two to hang around the campground and relax, but also plan for at least one day of adventure. Get out and explore the area around the campground. You never know what awesome hiking trails, museums, and restaurants you might stumble across, and these adventures make RVing even more fun and exciting.
Make New Friends
Lastly, it is important that you remember to make friends while out RVing. RVers are some of the friendliest and most fun people out there. Joining the club is an excellent way to jump into a new community and meet new people.
Honestly, you will probably meet people just hanging out in campgrounds. However, if you want to take it a step further, you can also join clubs (such as Escapees) and head to rallies and other events to make some new connections and learn even more about RVing, two that can be helpful for novice RVers.
There is a lot to know about the world of RVing. It can seem pretty overwhelming when you’re jumping in for the first time. The good news? The RVing tips for newbies above will get you started and you will figure the rest out along the way. After all, you can always ask your friendly RV neighbor for help if you need it!