While we know this is a difficult time for a lot of people due to COVID-19, we want to keep sharing helpful and positive RV tips. Be sure to keep in mind social distancing while embracing these RV tips.
Want a few RV Spring activities to keep you busy over the next few months? Here are a few of our favorites.
RV Spring Activity #1: Picnics
It’s been cold for months. You’ve been cooped up indoors doing things to keep yourself busy, but now you’re ready to spend more time outside. The sun is out, birds are chirping and the ground isn’t covered in snow and leaves. It’s cool in the mornings, but warms up by the afternoon.
This is one of the best times of the year to have picnics. The weather isn’t extremely hot or cold, but just right. Bugs aren’t too bad either, as it’s still too cool for most of them.
So pack your picnic basket, grab a blanket, and go eat a lunch or dinner outside.
RV Spring Activity #2: Hiking
Picnics aren’t the only way to enjoy this beautiful weather. Find some local trails to go hike for a while. Besides the fall, this is the best time of the year to hike. As said above, it’s not too hot or cold and the bugs are gone so you have great odds of having a pleasurable, relaxing hike.
Just make sure you know your limits. Unless you’re on a hike that goes in a loop, remember you still need to go back the way you came! Don’t get so tired on the way out that you struggle to make it back to the trailhead. Likewise, try to go early in the morning so you have time to get back before dark.
RV Spring Activity #3: Ride Bikes
Does your area have a place to ride bikes? Maybe a flat road with a bike lane, or some trails off the beaten path? Riding bikes is another great pastime for this time of year, especially in certain areas like the beach.
Just make sure you keep yourself safe. If your area doesn’t have any bike lanes or trails and you can only ride on the road with cars, try to avoid busy highways.
Spring RV Activity #4: Explore
RVers love to explore. That’s part of the appeal of this lifestyle - we just like the ability to see new places, experience new things and meet new people.
Take some time to drive around the closest town. Eat a meal at a local restaurant, check out the local shops, visit a museum or two, etc. You can set an agenda if you want, but sometimes it’s more fun to just block off a few hours and see what happens.
Don’t have a town nearby? Explore an area you’ve never been before, like a mountain, lake, beach or patch of woods.
Spring RV Activity #5: Relax Around the Camper
This is what it’s all about. After a long day of hiking, riding bikes or exploring it’s nice to just chill out around the camper. Watch a movie, read a good book, play a video game or just sit around and talk with people. They’re all great choices and are a great way to end the day.
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