Choosing to RV full time is not a simple decision and should come after learning the ins and the outs of what it means to be on the road 24/7. If you are looking for reasons to RV full time then check out our list of 5 reasons!
Probably the most obvious reason to RV full time is that you can travel anywhere at any time from the comfort of your home! Having your home with you means you never forget to pack enough clothes or remembering your toothbrush. As you travel more and more you become more curious because you realize every small town has its quirks and good diners. Another cool thing about traveling is that as you visit more places you get to say, “I was there!”
2. Meet New People
A new campground every week means new people and the opportunity to make friends across the nation. You can also learn about other locations to add to your travel list since they are probably living similar lifestyles to yourself. They might even inspire you to step out of your comfort zone and try something new.
3. Can Choose Seasons
For some individuals, this might be the biggest attraction, especially if summer is too hot and winter too cold. Being a full-time RVer you can follow the weather and spend summer in the north and winters in the south so you never have to deal with snow.
4. Be Close to Nature
With your RV you can stay right in the middle of some of our nation’s most beautiful National Parks making you close to nature! You can see sunrises, sunsets, and the stars while listening to the natural sounds around you each night. The connection you make with nature is strong as you LIVE in it every day.
You are forever on vacation and relaxing with freedom to do whatever you want each day. With that freedom, you get to make each day new and try things you have never done before. RVing also brings a simpler lifestyle, with fewer things and less space to clean, leaving more time to do the things you love to do. Added bonus: No more yard work!
We hope this article helps you get excited about RVing full time and as we said before, we encourage you to do lots more research before you make the decision to buy an RV and live on the road 24/7.