Summertime is an excellent time of year to take a vacation or go on an adventure. Schools out, the weather is nice, and you can get out on the open road. According to a recent survey by AAA, road trips are the most popular type of vacations for families planning to travel in the next year. Spending time as a family is the most important part of taking a vacation and offers busy families the opportunity to share experiences and connect with each other.
Bigger isn’t always better – that’s especially true when it comes to RVing. Sure, big RVs offer lots of amenities (including residential-sized appliances) and a lots of elbow room, but small RVs offer more than just charm. They’re lighter and easier to tow than their king-sized counterparts – not to mention easier to maneuver into the campsite. Plus, their diminutive size allows them to be taken on the roads less traveled; you won’t be limited to large RV lots with a small RV, so you can enjoy and explore the wildernessto your heart’s content – if that’s your camping style. Continue reading