Activities to do in RVs
RVs are a highly versatile vehicle. Most people associate campers with camping, but that is just the start of the adventures that await you! You can use travel trailers for a number of activities. We rounded up our favorites below. If you need any service or parts replacement before your next trip, visit Lone Star RV. We proudly serve those in Houston, Conroe, and Beaumont, Texas.
Attend a Festival
From cultural festivals to music festivals, it’s easy to find an event that meets your interest. These usually last multiple days, which means you’ll have to find housing nearby. Hotel prices will skyrocket due to the massive increase of tourists to the area. Travel trailers allow you set up camp nearby at a much more reasonable price. You’ll need to book in advance to reserve your spot since there will be plenty of other campers coming to the area. Be sure to check through the festival’s site first as many offer special camping areas and discounted tickets dedicated to RVs.
Host a Tailgating Party
RVs are set up well for a pre-game celebration. Campers offer a bathroom so your guests won’t need to wait in line for dirty public ones. They offer a kitchen for easy preparation and storage of the food. If the weather takes a turn for the worse, everyone can enjoy the shelter inside. Enjoy all the comforts of home with all the excitement of the stadium parking lot!
Go on a Fishing Trip
Unless you live in a prime spot, you’ll need to travel to get to a decent fishing hole. A day trip means you’ll spend most of your time driving. Travel trailers let you conveniently travel to the location and set up comfortable lodging. Fish all day. Curl up in your cozy RV at night. Then repeat the next day!
Search For Treasures
All year long different towns host antique festivals, flea markets, and vintage shows. These draw in hundreds of vendors, which means each event is teeming with hidden treasures. Snag up a gorgeous antique table or boost your wardrobe with some new threads. Many of these pop-up shopping havens happen towns that are a decent distance from home. Campers allow you to drive over, shop until you drop, get a good night’s sleep, and start over again the next day. Along the way, you can also stop at outlet malls or antique stores to cast a wide net.
Embark on Outdoor Adventures
Many RVs can be outfitted with racks so you can take along your outdoor adventure toys. Pack your mountain bike so you can tackle those trails. Bring your kayak or canoe to traverse the open waters. There’s more to do in nature, after all, than go hiking!
Go on a Creative Retreat
Travel trailers allow you to embark on a nature experience, which happens to be one of the best places to embrace your creative side. Something wonderful happens when you escape the grinds of modern living, such as your work commute or the rings of email notifications. Your brain is less distracted and drained, which sets it up for easy flow of creative juices. Write poetry, do yoga, paint - however you express yourself while you take in the beauty around the RV campsite.
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