You’ve rented or purchased your very first RV and planned out your route down to where you’re going to eat every day while on the road. What you’ve forgotten to do, however, is to consider where you’re going to park your RV when the time comes.
It’s highly possible that you’ll run into a dead-end when you get to the campground that was your park of choice. It could be off-season, closed, or the park might just be full, meaning you should have planned ahead.
Unfortunately, the travel trailer extended warranty you purchased for your RV doesn’t cover not having a place to park it. The extended warranty instead covers repairs, mechanical components such as the 5th wheel and anything repair wise that could happen to your new RV. You never know what could happen when traveling city streets to get to the park you’ve chosen, so a warranty against mechanical failure is your best option.
However, that still doesn’t help you to find the right RV park to suit your lifestyle. In this article, you can find a few things you should consider before heading out on the road into the wild blue yonder.
The first thing you want to consider when searching for the perfect RV spot for your lifestyle is the type of budget you’re working with. What does your budget look like? How much can you afford to pay a night?
Figure out how much you can afford to spend, then stick to that budget. There are many different ways to keep your budget under control when RV camping, you just have to know what to do and where to find those tips.
From reliable internet to impeccably clean showers and restrooms, you want to ensure that the RV park you choose is up to code in cleanliness and reliable services. The last thing you want is to find dead animals in your RV spot and then find out then have the park owner tell you there is no dead animal removal near me, so you have to remove an animal that could be diseased yourself, putting you and your family at risk.
Whether it’s large animals, small animals or wild animals, you should never remove an animal carcass yourself without protection. Make sure that the RV park you stay in has dead animal pickup available just in case the worst happens.
Consider Your Personal Preferences
The first thing to consider is whether the RV park has spots large enough to accommodate the size of RV you’re driving. Different parks can accommodate different sizes. Once you know that you can easily park your travel trailer there, then you should start considering if the park can meet your personal preferences.
For example, you’ll want the park to have plenty of swings, lakeside activities, and playground equipment if you’re traveling with children, but wouldn’t really need those things if it’s just the two of you out for a couples-only weekend. Consider the different activities you enjoy when searching for the perfect RV campsite for your needs.
Always Check Online Reviews
Before putting down a deposit on a campsite that might seem perfect take a second to look through the reviews of the park on the company’s website. Don’t stop there, however, check social media sites such as Facebook and others as well, so that you get a feel for whether the park is reputable and clean or not.
These are just a few of the things you should consider when trying to find the right RV park for the lifestyle you lead. Happy RV-ing, everyone!