Most of us are sitting at home now or self-quarantined in our RV. We’re not traveling with our RVs except to go from one place to another to wait out the coronavirus threat.
We think that means there’s a whole lot of daydreaming going on about where to go when things return to normal, when it’s okay to get back on the road like in the good ol’ days (of a few months ago).
So we have a question for you: What RV trip is at the top of your bucket list? Is it an adventure to Alaska via the Alaska Highway? Or maybe you’d rather get your kicks on Route 66? Are there National Parks you’ve never seen but yearn to?
We know RVers who’ve planned grand adventures — to visit every state in the USA with their RV (okay, maybe not Hawaii) or explore every National Park. Some dream of renting an RV to explore New Zealand.
Please drop us a line about your “dream RV trip” (up to about 400 words maximum). We’ll post some of them on RVtravel.com, which, of course, will bring you fame far and wide.
Use the form here, or email firstname.lastname@example.org with the words Dream RV Trip on the subject line.
The road awaits. Where will it take you?
I have been every wear in this country
4 months in BC. Canada. fishing, hiking, atv trails, hot springs, whales, beaches, lakes, gardens, in your face mountains, glaciers, oh and high tea.
From Colorado to DC then up the coast all the way to the north of Newfoundland to the site where the Vikings established a settlement.
Our wish is to get back home in Nebraska from Yuma AZ!
Our dream trip at this time is to Kings Mountain, South Carolina. My DH has found on Ancestry that two of my 5th generation grandfathers fought there in the Revolutionary War. We want to find more information about them and hoped to do so this summer. Our plans included park hosting at Kings Mountain State Park. Kings Mountain National Park is right next door. We’ve finally given up on doing that this year and are staying put as much as we are able in our RV. We do have to travel some from park to park, as times at any one park are limited.
While we don’t have any serious Bucket List trips planned, my husband would like to see the Smithsonium Museums some day. However, his sister has really wanted to see the Grand Canyon & had tried several times to go with friends, yet never made it. We want to see the North Room, too. We have reservations for this fall that we hope we’ll get to use. That’ll be 3 older adults, 2 large (55 & 65#) Lab mix dogs, plus a 6# poodle in a 32 foot RV for 2-3 weeks traveling from Montana’s to Arizona & back. We’ll also go to see London Bridge while we visit their youngest brother who lives in that area. Well try to see as much as we can while we’re that far from home base