Perhaps the travel bug bites often, or the open road calls you. Perhaps you have a gypsy heart and can’t stand to be in one place for very long. No matter the reason why, the solution is easy: buy an RV. Rent an RV. Life in an RV will allow the windshield to be transformed into an ever-changing picture. Traveling families can spread out comfortably within an RV while both driving and camping. At the very least, another great aspect of RV travel is not having to haul around suitcases. Sometimes, it’s the little things that make the biggest difference, right?
While RVers used to be reserved for retirees heading to Florida for the winter, the past few years have really blown the market wide open. There is now a healthy mix of ages, family types, etc.
What changed the demographic makeup of RV ownerships? Why has there been such an increase in tourist destinations such as national and state parks? How has the title of snowbirds been extended to include all regional destinations? When did something set primarily for retired citizens extend down to twenty-somethings?