The experience of traveling in an RV can’t be matched. Traveling is a great experience at any time of the year. Autumn is the ideal time for RVing for many RVers.Autumn is a season that RVers love. The leaves turn colors, fall to the earth, and the air gets crisper. The fall is also less crowded than summer, which allows many to avoid long lines and crowds. Fall is a fantastic time to travel with your family.
Take a trip with your RV in the Fall because:
- Reduced Extreme Temperature
- Beautiful Scenery
- Crowds Reduced
- Fewer bugs
- Winter is coming!
- Fall activities to enjoy
Air conditioning becomes more necessary as the temperature drops. Many RVers are able to dry camp without electricity for a few nights even without solar. Almost all RV fridges and stoves use propane. RVers can use vent fans and open windows to make the RV more comfortable on warm days. The fall is a great time to travel because it’s not too cold.RVers do not have to worry about their pipes freezing, or finding a water connection to fill up their tanks. It’s the perfect time to travel and visit all those places that can be too hot in the summer, or too cold during the winter.
The beauty of autumn scenery is hard to dispute.The freedom to choose your destination is a major benefit of RV travel. You’re sure to capture some incredible photos and create some wonderful memories.
Many RVers and families do not like to travel during busy times. Fall is a great time to visit popular attractions. It’s not as crowded. It can lead to cheaper entrance fees, more camping availability, or shorter lines.
The busy season is over
The fall is the off-season for theme parks, state and national parks, and many other attractions. Families rarely go on vacation in the months leading up to Thanksgiving because kids are back at school. It’s a great time to buy discounted off-season tickets or visit a popular theme park. You can still enjoy the fun activities of spring and summer, but the parks will be quieter.
Campgrounds less crowded
Many families with young children prefer to travel during the summer months, and avoid travel between early September and mid-November. Camping grounds near popular attractions like national parks can have openings during this time, as they are usually booked up in summer. In the fall, campgrounds are more available, which makes it easier to plan vacations.
For some people, insects can make it difficult to enjoy the outdoors. The fall weather brings fewer bugs. In the fall, insects like mosquitoes, flies and gnats are much less common. RVers who travel with pets often worry about heartworms infecting their dogs or cats from mosquitoes. The majority of destinations have significantly lower bug populations in the fall, but there are exceptions.
Tick season may peak during the fall, depending on your destination. Wear a hat and long sleeves and pants when you return from outdoor activities. If you are bringing your pet, make sure they also have the right tick prevention.
One Last Trip before Winter
Due to the difficulty of traveling in winter, many RVers choose to only travel during the summer. Pipes can freeze when temperatures are too low, and RVers may have difficulty finding water for their tanks. Fall can be a great time to take one final trip before you winterize your RV. Traveling in the fall is great for a last trip, especially when combined with the many other reasons listed above.
Businesses across the nation offer a variety of fun seasonal activities. Fall activities are often hosted by wineries, breweries, farms, and other businesses. This can make an RV trip even more enjoyable. Every year, many farms offer apple picking, pumpkin patches, and corn mazes.Imagine picking apples and pumpkins right outside your RV, then returning to it to bake apple pie and carve pumpkins. What better way to enjoy fall than by picking pumpkins and apples right outside your RV?
Fall is a great time to travel with your RV. Traveling during the fall is often considered the best time to do so for the many reasons mentioned above. These include the weather, availability of activities, less crowds, and fun. This blog post should have given you some insights into why an RV trip in the fall could be great!