Part of the joy of RVing is the freedom to go where you want, when you want, and with all the comforts of home. Traveling with other RV friends brings even more enjoyment. When RVing with a group, be sure to coordinate a campground to find the certain number of adjacent sites that you require. Simply ask to see if they can accommodate several RVs together.
Some Advantages of RVing with Friends Include:
• You can share meal responsibilities with a different RV owner being in charge of dinner on “their” night.
• Enjoy camaraderie with friends around the campfire.
• You are provided with “safety in numbers” in the event of a breakdown or when staying in an isolated place.
• Others to share your passion and outdoor activities with.
If you can`t find a campground at the end of your day’s travel or they can’t get you and your friends camped together, do what my RVing friends and I do: head for the boondocks.
In the boondocks you and your RVing friends are guaranteed a group campsite every night for free. An added bonus is that you can “circle the wagons” in the boondocks to ward off the elements, especially wind, making the nightly camaraderie around the campfire that much more enjoyable. Once the fire is quenched it is just steps to return to the comforts of your RV. Traveling with friends, just another adventure in RVing!
Follow Dave’s RV adventures as he travels the West in search of forgotten and unique places. For Dave, home is where you park it, the more remote the better!