We love to camp with our family. It’s an affordable way to get out of the house for a weekend or week and really spend some quality time with the family. RV camping is something I though I would never get into but surprisingly I have learned to love it. Usually we plan ahead for our camping trips but sometimes we will do the occasional spur of the moment trip.
We traditionally have been a tent camping family but as we get older and our backs get less forgiving we sometimes will go on the side of luxury and go for an RV or camper trailer. But I still love to pull out the tent occasionally and go rough it especially when I am with the kids. We will also do it where the adults are in the trailer and the kids have to stay in the tent.
We currently do not own an RV or Camper Trailer since they are so darn expensive but will borrow one from occasion or we will rent one. Renting has been an awesome experience for us.
I will be reviewing our experiences below. I will be telling you about the good and bad parts of it plus I will be telling you about what and where we recommend going when you go RV’ing.
When you have an RV or rent an RV the world literally opens up to you. What is stopping you from a spur of the moment trip. It does not matter what the weather is like, you can just decide you want to get out of your house and go. If worse comes to worse you can spend the night in a Walmart parking lot and just heard on home the next day. You need to have an open mid and ready for an adventure.
Some of my best memories are having an RV for tailgating. Lets face it some of the best parts about gameday are sitting at a parked RV with all of your friends drinking beer and getting ready for the big game. If need be you can all sleep the night away and wake up in the morning and drive home safely. What is even better is going to away games in an RV. I have done it both ways, where we rent an RV at the location of the game and drove hours there and back in our own to see the game. Both ways were a blast and had both advantages and drawbacks. Either way I had a blast and would do either way again in a heartbeat.
Check out some of my reviews below