Are you a solo woman RVer who fearlessly enjoys the the open road in your RV?
Or do you dream of hitting the road on your own but don’t know where to begin? If so, the iRV2 Solo RVers Forum is a great place to meet other like-minded free spirits for friendship.
You’ll also get support about everything RVing, including:
- Solo RVer rallies
- Traveling with pets
- Great destinations and more!
Other solo women resources
Being solo on the road has many advantages. But learning on your own can be tough. Along the way it helps to have girlfriends who can be there for you with ideas and support when you need it most. Discussion Forums like the iRV2 Solos area and many of the largest RV clubs like Escapees and Loners on Wheels offer support to solo travelers but few exist solely about and for women.
If you’re looking for a group like this, here are some of the most active resources for single women RVers and outdoor adventurers:
From the RVing Women website:
“RVing Women is a national network whose members come from the US and Canada. Established by and for women who are interested in RVing, we have chapters across the country that offer camping, educational, and social events. We are a diverse group of women who enjoy many indoor and outdoor activities and hobbies.
RVing Women offers support and friendship for women who plan to travel by RV, already own one, have hung up their keys, or are just dreaming about RV possibilities. Through our website messaging and forum, our members often find others to meet up with or caravan and travel together. Join the thousands of women who have already found this fun and supportive organization or try sampling one of our rallies first.”
Join this discussion forum community founded by women RVers, for women RVers. With 902 registered members and more joining every day, you’re sure to find others with like-minded interests. This community seems to have a lot of potential and looks like a great place to get to know kindred spirits.
Sisters on the Fly
Not specifically a RVing club but rather an outdoorsy travel group for solo women. Here’s Sisters on the Fly describing the Sister’s experience:
“Sisters on the Fly is the largest outdoor women’s group in the United States with currently over 5,850 “Sister” members. Its membership-based community supports women in their journey to get up, get out and become more adventurous!
Membership is $60 a year and grants a “Sister” access to a network of incredible members and a calendar of amazing events all over the country, all year long.
Events run the gamut from camping to fishing, hiking, horseback riding, wine tasting and whatever else sounds like fun to plan and do! A Sister on the Fly does not need to own a trailer, know how to fish, or know anyone else in the group to be included in our adventures.
A Sister must be at least 21 years old to become a member. Other than that there aren’t too many rules; just one main one for most of our Sisters on the Fly events and outings…. “No Men, No Pets, No Kids, and Be Nice!”
Do you belong to other groups for solo women RVers? If so, let us know, we’d love to hear more!
Often called “The O.G. of full-time RVing,” Rene Agredano and her husband Jim Nelson hit the road in a fifth wheel trailer in 2007, after their dog Jerry lost a leg to terminal cancer. Sixteen years later they are still traveling and sharing their nomadic adventures at LiveWorkDream. As a self-employed wordsmith, Rene shares her expertise for many RV industry videos, publications such as the Escapees RV Club Magazine, and has authored numerous books, including the Essential RVing Guide to National Parks, and Income Anywhere, a guide to earning money on the road. She has been featured in global media outlets including the PBS documentary “NATURE: Why We Love Cats and Dogs,” The Guardian Sunday Edition, and the Dan Pink book Free Agent Nation.
Rose Mc Intyre says
This looks like fun. Good way to meet other women who like to RV.
I am in Montana in the summer and Arizona in the winter. I would like to travel more in the winter
and leave Arizona, (my base) for a couple months.
Sandi Damitz says
I will be 65 this August 2019, am retired from PG&E after 33 years (Northern California), have a 34′ 5th wheel pulled with a Dodge Ram 2500 4×4, single, travel with my dog, Lady but only part time currently. I have a new home because my home burned down in the Valley Fire September 2015. My “bucket list” is visiting as many National and State Parks as I can plus spending a lot of time visiting Washington DC.
Look forward to travelling as I am able and hopefully seeing women out there doing what I am doing!!
Pat Davila says
Is there anyone who has space for another person to try out rving for 1 week maybe a month. I would like to give this lifestyle a trial run before buying a ford transit to convert. I’m retired, an artist and 5’1″ on a good day. I live in Dallas TX. Please call 214-234-5846. Need to be around like minded to grow and make good decisions.
Eden Fantasys says
RVing Women RVing Women is the only international support network solely for woman RVers. Founded in 1991, it has more thanmembers. Some travel alone, and others go together or in small groups. The organization also sponsors rallies and has an online member directory.
Susan L Miller says
I am in the process of selling my home north of San Francisco, and exploring this life. At 72, I am fit, straight, confident, financially secure, and know a thing or two about fixing stuff. I would love to accompany someone for a short trip to see the ins and outs of becoming a full time RV-er. Or the other option would be for me to rent a small unit, and go along with a group. Thanks for your responses. Happy Trails!