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Don't Rush to Come Back Home

Don___t_Rush_Back_HomeThe RV lifestyle and pastime has been hitting all time highs in the last few years. There are a variety of trips to take, communities to explore and things to do on the open road. Beginner RVers may opt for short weekend or weeklong trips while more experienced RVers are leaving home for months at a time. The RV lifestyle is fun and flexible and no matter how long your trip, don't rush to come back home. If you have the time to spend, spend it to the max.

The RV vacation allows you to get back to nature. We spend so many days in the city. We work, eat, sleep and drive on concrete all the time. The RV vacation allows you to become one with nature once again. There are numerous state and national parks that allow you to park your RV. Go hiking, fishing and exploring in the great outdoors. Lie back in the lawn chair and enjoy the sun beating down on your shoulders. Enjoy your quite surroundings and the birds in the trees. When was the last time you actually heard a bird?

The RV vacation also provides you with all of the comforts of home. In fact, many people have chosen to make their RV their permanent home. Your RV vacation allows you to enjoy the great outdoors with the comforts of home and the fun of camping. Most RVs have a kitchen with a microwave, fridge, stove, TV, VCR, DVD, beds, bathroom and shower. What else do you need? Many RVs have slide-outs that help increase the living area. You can escape the blistering heat with your roof top air conditioner and camp in the winter with your onboard furnace.

Family members always tend to enjoy each other more while you are away from the pressures of everyday life. The living area is small and may cause unforeseen arguments and pressures but some of these can be eliminated with a little creativity. Allow the children to set up a tent next door to the RV. Kids will feel as though they are on a real trip in the wilderness. Encourage them to go hiking and exploring in the nearby mountains. Some campgrounds also have swimming pools and playgrounds and encourage children to play and make new friends. Invite other families over to your RV for dinner and make new friends yourself. Children will also enjoy building campfires and telling stories or singing songs.

There are many campgrounds that you can visit while on your RV vacation. You will have to make reservations in peek seasons and in high tourist areas, but a lot of campgrounds will let you show up and get a spot. Many campgrounds have swimming pools, games, playgrounds, lakes, fishing, hiking and biking trails and some have live entertainment. There are also campgrounds that have membership programs with other campsites. You can visit these campgrounds all across the country. Each campground will have different lot sizes and rates may vary. Be sure to do some thorough research before parking for the night.

Many RVers enjoy the opportunity to go to nowhere. They enjoy finding a spot in the dessert or on the side of the lake where there is no one else around. The RV vacation offers relaxing solitude that can be used to gain insight into your own life and just time to get away. The fact that you can get away for as long as you want is also a reason not to hurry back home.

How many times have you returned from vacation only to be tired? The RV vacation allows you to actually rest and relax. Who cares if you slept until one o'clock in the afternoon in your RV? The opportunity to rest and relax and do as much exploring, as you want is better than a tight schedule and airline hassles. The RV vacation is also a good insight into the RV lifestyle. Many full-timers began with RV vacations and decided to continue them.

The RV lifestyle offers so much flexibility that when you get home you will just begin planning your next vacation. In fact, many RVers never come back home. As soon as you get back home you will be ready to hit the road again. Besides, whenever you are on the road you are always closer to a new destination or a destination that you can fit into making it home. For example, if you are in Texas, New Mexico is not far away and once you're in New Mexico you might as well visit Arizona. Before you know it, you have made it half way across the country, what's the point in turning back now?

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