RV camping is the best way of enjoying your trip. It gives you the freedom to drive anywhere, and at anytime.
A recreational vehicle gives you the convenience of cooking the food we love to eat, sleeping whenever we feel the need and even take a hot shower in a remote campground.
You need to make sure that you carry all the necessary RV camping equipments, such as a warm Marmot jacket and hiking boots and accessories during your trip.
You need to carry sufficient cooking supplies, water storage, electronic supplies, heaters and other housekeeping accessories during your RV camping trip. ( Interior and Exterior RV Accessories)
Tips for Saving Money on your RV Camping
You can lower your overall camping expenses by following these tips:
- It will be expensive for you to stay at full service RV parks or RV campgrounds, particularly if it is situated near to a major highway. So, it is better to stay at parks that offer less hookups and facilities, or are located farther out in the country, off the beaten path. It can also help if you get affordable equipment from companies like Wal-Mart, rather than getting expensive supplies that you may not use much.
- Some of these campgrounds offer even lower daily rates. So, use a campground directory to find campgrounds that offer lower rates, instead of the most popular campgrounds that have easy access.
- You can get even lower night rates by staying at state parks or recreational area. But, you probably won't find much in the way of hookups beyond just the basics.
- Another way of saving money at RV camping is though RV clubs. Members of RV club often enjoy attractive discounts and offers on various camping trips that make the camping experience economical.
- Another great of saving money is but staying for free on federal Bureau of Land Management land, or in a national park. However, you cannot expect any hookups and amenities at these places. But, you stay at these places for longer time if your motor home is equipped solar panels and has an effective power system.
Safety at RV Camping
Safety is one the important things that you need to consider during your RV camping. Night stay is risky in places, which are known to have animals. Make sure you do not place your tent in low lying area, if you prefer to sleep outside the RV.
It is wise to carry a medical kit containing topical antibiotics, analgesics and Imodium AD as injuries, cuts, food contamination are common during RV camping. Make sure that you have a proper water purification system.
RV camping is really a great experience. However, this experience only gets better depending on the type of recreational vehicle you choose.