Halloween, Decorating, and Scary Places to Visit in Your RV!
It’s officially spooky season! Halloween in an RV might feel different than in a sticks and bricks house, but it can still be a frighteningly fun time. In the spirit of Halloween and all things spooky, we’ve put together this post of RV horror stories with their own twists.
From Halloween themed road trips to scary RVing experiences, check out these articles by RV life bloggers!
Decorating Your RV for Halloween
Just because you live in a small, mobile space doesn’t mean it can’t be festive!
Spooky Places to Visit
Want to add some spooky places to visit on your RV road trip route? We’ve got you covered! Whether you’re on the search for abandoned and creepy ghost towns or places you should actually just avoid, check these out.
From haunted towns full of history to abandoned and dilapidated buildings, ghost towns are always a fun adventure… Halloween time or not!
Do you want to take a Halloween-themed RV road trip? From classic New England Halloween destinations like Salem, Massachusetts, to ghost towns, and haunted places on the West Coast you’re sure to find a trip you can’t wait to take.
Spooky Places to Avoid
Next, we have some places to avoid taking your RV! These cities will scare your pants off, and not because of ghosts. Terrible traffic, densely populated areas, and zero resources for RVers can make a true RVing nightmare come true.
Truck stop showers. Do those three words give you the heebie-jeebies? If they do, you might want to reconsider! For example, if you’ve been on an extended road trip without a shower or simply don’t want to mess with the fresh and gray water, truck stop showers might be heavenly for you.
Expect the Unexpected: How To Handle Scary Situations on the Road
RV Horror Stories: Emergencies
The RV lifestyle isn’t all glamorous, pretty, or even fun. Sometimes it can be downright terrifying. Breakdowns, emergency situations, and heartbreaking events still happen whether you’re on the road or not.
Whether you’re a full-time or part-time RVer, you should have an emergency kit. Emergencies are just that, emergencies. You don’t know when they will happen or what you will need, and it’s best not to wait around to find out.
No one likes to talk about it or think about it, but everyone needs to be prepared.
RV Horror Stories: Lost Pets
If you’re RVing with pets, surely the thought of losing them on the road has crossed your mind. Pets are a wonderful addition to any family, but the thoughts of something happening and not being able to find them while RVing is enough to keep anyone awake at night.
This RVing nightmare actually came true for Tom and Caitlin Morton when they lost their dog, Bella. It’s a terrifying situation that we wouldn’t wish on anyone! They put together this article on what happened, how they lost Bella, and how they found her.
RV Horror Stories: Scary Boondocking Experiences
One of the first things you probably wonder before you try boondocking for the first time is: is it safe? The short answer is yes, but you have to be smart! Since boondocking is usually out in remote places with no access to amenities (and many times, no cell signal), it can turn into a scary situation quickly.
Boondocking Doesn’t Have to Be Scary
While yes, you will hear some RV horror stories about boondocking, it doesn’t have to be scary. If you want to try boondocking but don’t know where to start, the RV Masterclass Boondocking 101 course can help!
This course will help you learn the ropes, gain confidence, and ultimately save money by being able to take advantage of free camping opportunities! Boondocking 101 walks you through the best safety practices and shows you, step by step, how to find the best boondocking campsites.
Halloween in an RV
You might not be able to celebrate Halloween like normal in an RV, but in some ways, it might be better. Who else do you know can take a ghost town themed road trip whenever they feel like it?
Save these articles for future reference, we hope they helped inform you, and get you into the Halloween spirit!
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