It should go without saying that RV travel should be fun. After all, if your trips aren’t fun, what is the point? Whether you are traveling with family or friends, you should be determined to have a good time from the moment you leave the driveway until you return home. RV’ing is all about having a great time and making memories that will hopefullyOptimized-Dollarphotoclub_56248968 stick with you for a lifetime.

Since it is easy to get stuck in the same old routine when it comes to taking RV trips, many RV owners don’t have as much fun as they should. Following are five tips which can help you put the enjoyment back in your RV getaways.

 #1 – Bring Games

This might seem like an obvious point, but it can be easy to forget to bring entertainment while you are busy packing up all of the essentials. Take games that suit your destination and the kind of trip you are planning on taking. Want to relax in the RV? Board games and card games are perfect? Prefer to be outside enjoying the fresh air? Pick from the selection of camping games at your local sporting goods store.

#2 – Meet Up with Others

When possible, try to coordinate your RV vacations with friends or family members who also own an RV. Socializing is one of the great parts of RV travel, and your trip will almost certainly be enhanced by the presence of others. This is also a great way to bring together people of like interests during the trip. For example, if you are traveling with your spouse, you might be able to invite another couple who also enjoys the same activities as you (hiking, fishing, swimming, etc.).

#3 – Go Somewhere New

The easiest way to break up your routine when it comes to RV travel is to simply pick a new destination. The whole point of owning an RV is having the freedom to visit different places – so why continue to go to the same spot time after time, year after year? Do some research online to find new potential destinations and give one a try.

#4 – Document the Journey

For a new experience, try taking pictures and videos all along the way so you can document the journey when you get back home. Even if you don’t plan on sharing these pictures and videos with others, the process of taking them will make your trip more fun and engaging. As an added bonus, you will be able to look back on the images you captured and fondly remember your RV travel experiences.

#5 – Turn Off Your Phone

This is a good piece of advice whether you are on an RV vacation or simply trying to relax at home. When possible, turn off your phone for a period of time so you can free your mind to enjoy the moment. It would be a shame to travel to a beautiful location in your RV only to keep your head buried in your phone the whole day.


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