RV Camping means that wherever you go, you can take your comforts with you. The food, the TV, and the internet. RV Camping – You can have it all.
Before you begin your RV Camping trip, there are several things you will want to do. You are stepping up into a different way of seeing the world, at least during the travel time on the road. Safety while traveling during your RV camping adventure should always be a primary concern. An accident or breakdown can ruin an RV camping trip faster then just about any other problem.
Checklists, when used before and during your RV camping excursion will help to keep you from having many minor irritations because something was forgotten or left behind. By being prepared, you will be able to get help if needed.
Many in our team during the years have become very picky eaters. If they see food, they pick it up and eat it. Therefore, if you have this kind of a person going on your RV camping event, don’t forget the food. Bring lots, you might see us there and we are always hungry!
Another issue that can very quickly ruin your RV camping trip is running out of any medicines you need. Count your pills or liquid doses before you leave, get refills before you start or at least find out where along the way you can get your refills. Let your doctor know you are going on an RV camping trip so they can have any medicines you will need called in ready to go at a location that can fill the prescription. If all else fails, and you have your computer with you, then contact the Doctor’s office and request a refill.
If your RV camping trip is going to be over an extended period of time, you might consider having your mail forwarded to you. Having maps available to help plan the route beforehand can help you determine where your stops will occur. This can be set up at the post office where you live. They can forward the mail to General Delivery at a post office near where you will be stopping.
Getting your supplies along the way can help make your RV camping trip more enjoyable by allowing you to meet new people and make new friends. Or you can check things out before you leave.
There are many good locations where you can park, either for the night or for a short sightseeing break during your RV camping adventure. Checking location availability where you want to stop ahead of time can prevent a great deal of aggravation when you get there an find out there is no place to stay. If you are in an area by yourself with no power hookup, you will need a generator.