Why Go RVing?
The reasons you go RVing are the same reasons you take any vacation. To get a break from the daily routine. To be with family and friends. To rest. To relax. To see new places. To try new things. But the difference between RVing and other types of vacations is that RVing allows you to truly achieve all those goals – and more. RV owners surveyed by Harris Interactive cited escaping the routine of the everyday world, enjoying nature and resting, and relaxing and recharging their batteries as the main reasons for taking RV trips.
Hassle-Free Travel. With RVing, there are no flights to catch. No security hassles. No long lines or lost luggage. No hauling heavy bags in or out of costly hotel rooms. No expensive, unhealthy food. No strange bedrooms, bathrooms or kitchens.
It’s Fun…and Affordable. Owning an RV makes economic sense. You are able to travel while spending significantly less. You have unlimited flexibility, even on a limited budget. Depending on the type of RV they own, a family of four can save up to 59% on vacation costs over other forms of travel, and a couple can save up to 47%. That’s after factoring in RV ownership costs, including payments, insurance, maintenance, tires, tax breaks, registration and depreciation.
No Pet Left Behind. Unlike most family vacations where the four-legged members get left behind, RVers can take everyone with them for a true family vacation while saving pets and owners from boarding stress and expense. It’s estimated that 48% of the nation’s eight million RV owners travel with their pets, with dogs topping the list. Family pets are widely welcomed at campgrounds, but confirm prior to check-in to see if any specific rules exist.