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Summertime… RV Livin’ Is Easy

Now is the time to start planning out your summer travel. Doesn’t cramming into a small sedan with the whole family (dogs included) and items strapped to the roof sound like fun? Wait a second, that doesn’t sound fun at all, but what other options are there?

Have you ever thought about hitting the open road this summer in an RV rental? Picture the freedom of cooking in your own kitchen and enjoying the great outdoors while sleeping in luxury beds. It is the best of both worlds… not to mention it is much more spacious than your sedan and can guide you to destinations in style and comfort.

RV Rental Vacation Benefits

#1 Space

Space is a huge factor in deciding to ditch the car and grab an RV for travel. Being in Florida we all know those summer temps can be unbearable, and an overpacked car can turn a fun family vacation into a nightmare. The benefits of cruising in an RV rental is the spacious opportunities.

An RV will allow your family to sit safely while having the mobility a standard car could not provide. This allows for less stops and longer travel periods, as comfort is not an issue. While heading up to summer destination spots you see the line of cars packed to the brim with suitcases strapped to the roof. This doesn’t have to be you. With storage, closet spaces and dressers, the days of traveling with no room to spare are gone. Your family can pack the items they want without having to worry about holding it on their laps to conserve room.

#2 Cost

In the summer, popular vacation spots will cost big money, especially for a full family. Accommodations are one of the more costly aspects when planning a vacation, but it doesn’t have to be. With sleeping accommodations and kitchen amenities all in one, an RV rental can save you lots of out of pocket expenses.

A concern of many individuals planning their getaway is the cost of gas. Although the cost of gas for an RV would be more than an average car, the money you are saving on hotels and meals will far out weigh the cost of a few extra gallons. Looking to save more? Many RV road trips entail multiple destination stops. A way to avoid extra fare is by choosing locations that are closer together. That way you can spend less time on the road, less money and be able to enjoy your stops longer.

#3 Schedule

When staying at a resort or traveling by air, you have to live by a schedule. Breakfast is served at a specific time and shuttles run on point, which can affect your entire day if you miss one. It’s exhausting to be on vacation having to rush to certain areas by certain times. An RV however gives you complete control of your families schedule. You are free to eat breakfast, sleep in or travel at any time of day.

When traveling with a family it can be difficult to get everyone up, fed and dressed on time. The luxury of determining your own day will make for a more relaxing trip, where you can decide to stay an extra day or leave early without financial penalties.

Trip Ideas for RV Enthusiasts in Florida and Beyond

#1 Disney

Disney World is the biggest summertime destination in Florida. With the sunshine and abundance of theme park choices families make the trek to Orlando to enjoy one of the most magical places on earth. Orlando is packed with a variety of RV parks that make Disney travel affordable and perfect for the families looking to enjoy the parks as well as the outdoors (check out Fort Wilderness).

#2 Myrtle Beach

South Carolina is home to beautiful Myrtle Beach. With 60 miles of soft sandy beaches, amusement parks and golfing it is the place that can satisfy an entire family. Myrtle Beach caters to RV travelers with an array of campgrounds in various locations, some with ocean views. Travel time from Florida varies depending on your location, but is an easy route with beautiful scenic appeal.

#3 Tennessee

Tennessee isn’t as far as you might think, and a vacation there is full of history, music and the great outdoors. Head up to the Smoky Mountains or trek on over to downtown Nashville with your family to enjoy tourist favorites like the Country Music Hall of Fame. One of the great aspects of a Tennessee vacation is you can hike through incredible trails one day and take on the sites of a bustling city the next. RV parks are always near and will allow you to take your time and enjoy all that Tennessee has to offer.

Do you and your family have a vacation planned for this summer? Share with us your favorite Florida or Southern destinations and why you love to hit the open road in an RV!

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