Sunday, October 2, 2022


Roughly how many different places did you stay with your RV in 2021?

Think back to last year, 2021, for a moment. Do you remember all the places you “camped at” in your RV? If you can’t remember them all, try to at least remember most of them.

If you had to guess, roughly how many different places did you stay with your RV last year? Was it just one special place? A few? 15? 30? 50? After you roughly count, vote in the poll below. If you feel so inclined, please leave us a comment and tell us where your favorite place was—we want to know!


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James Stringer
7 months ago

We began traveling again in 2021. Including trips out West and then back home to North Florida, then to South Florida for the winter. All together, we stayed at 15 camp grounds.

James fairbanks
7 months ago

35 places from Florida to Denver up to Devils Tower the Bad lands in both Dakotas across to Utah Bryce Canyon Grand Canyon down to tombstone to New Mexico Texas back to Denver Nebraska Kansas Iowa Missouri Oklahoma Arkansas Louisiana Mississippi Alabama back to SW Florida almost 14000 miles

Peggy Bradley
7 months ago

Forty one sites in 2021. Traveled thru 17 states: from AZ across to Indiana, Michigan, then over to Maine, through New England, then New York down to Florida. 6800 miles. Whew!

John Koenig
7 months ago

ONE. I’ve been “Isolating in Place” since Covid started in 3, 2020. I’m in an RV park in Northeast, TN. As a senior solo full timer who is diabetic, I need to be extra careful. I’m in a safe spot & only go out once or twice a week to resupply (& “mask up” every time I do go out). I would love to get back on the road but, I am not DYING to do so. The Super Bowl was this past Sunday with VERY few attendees “masked up”. The Olympics are winding up &, even with strict safety protocols in place, there have been more than a few Covid cases (the same with “in the bubble” pro sports).I fully expect that over the next 2~4 weeks, “Super Spreader” events will sprout up like weeds as people travel the globe picking up who knows what & then bringing it home. I’m fully vaccinated, boosted & have this year’s Flu shot. Being a solo, it’s entirely up to me to keep myself safe. Sadly, “being safe” is a wildly moving target. I wonder WHAT will be the next variant.

7 months ago
Reply to  John Koenig

49 states NOW have no mask mandates, but if it makes YOU feel better NEVER stop wearing it, but we haven’t worn a mask in well over a year!

RV Staff(@rvstaff)
7 months ago
Reply to  Robert

You’re being pretty harsh because of someone’s caution due to his medical issues, Robert. And how do you know you’re not contagious and asymptomatic, so could unknowingly be infecting others? Do you test before you go out without your mask (and have done so for the past year)? John is being cautious as well as being considerate of others, I’m sure. But if you haven’t worn a mask in well over a year, and even appear to be bragging about it, in my opinion, you’ve been and are being reckless and inconsiderate of others. Weren’t there mask mandates where you’ve been for the past year? I’d rather be cautious and considerate, than cocky, inconsiderate and, maybe, contagious. Just sayin’. Stay healthy, and please don’t infect others. Have a good night. 🙂 –Diane

Annita Quiggle
7 months ago

14,000 miles in 9 months, 16 States. Winterhaven, CA to Hyde Park NY to Orlando FL. No more 300 mile in a day, stay 5 to 10 days in a place. Ives Run Campground, Tioga, PA was our favorite. Large spaces, green grass, well taken care of. Saw lots of different cities. 😁

Jeff Craig
7 months ago

Stayed close to home in 21, only went to three different State Parks.

7 months ago

I just counted 17 places in a cross country round trip from SoCal to Western NY. It included Boondockers Welcome, private campgrounds, roadside pullouts, Escapee Parks moochdocking and a couple of nights in repair facilities that had space for us to stay. No COE or HH on this trip, we will fix that in 2022.

T hartman
7 months ago

We stayed in 52 different campsites! Some for a week, many just overnight.

7 months ago

It would have been over 30 places, except we changed the second major trip into a car trip…and regretted it most of the way. It saved us “time”, but the quality of the trip suffered. I’d forgotten what I hate about motels. Food and lodging negated any fuel savings.

Bob Weinfurt
7 months ago

One trip to visit with family for Thanksgiving but three local places we boondocked at several times in 2021.

7 months ago

Not full time, but spent 5 months collectively in RV 2021. We went to AZ for 2 months in the Winter, spent many summer weeks around WA, then traveled to SD. If I don’t count the overnight stays traveling, I count >15 30. I voted >30.

Bob Palin
7 months ago

It was a bit of a slow year for Godiva (my fifth wheel), 67 nights in 18 places. We’ve already got 36 nights this year, but 32 of those in one place.

Neal Davis
7 months ago

We took an RV trip each month, taking us to 12 different places in Alabama, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, and Virginia. Then we stayed at three different places in Alabama, Kentucky, and Tennessee, returning from one of the 12, so that’s 15. Then we tailgated for the weekend at three different locations in Alabama, putting the final number at 18. So we exceeded 15, but barely so.

7 months ago

91 campgrounds last year. We are full timers and average about 25,000 miles per year.

Sharon L Boehmer
7 months ago

29 places starting in TX, LA to WI, CO, WY, ID, MT, ND, MN, back to WI and then south to LA and TX. 6 NP’s, several scenic wonders and a freezer full of fish, twice. This year sitting more in 1 place because of family, who knows where 2023 will take us.

Leslie Smith
7 months ago

Too many to count. All the way to Alaska from California. Five months of camping.

7 months ago

Three times, Once at the house to load it up, Once at a SC campground to break it in and locate the defects, and once to get all 24 defects fixed. (But they only did seven).

The Lazy Q
7 months ago

Not enough.

7 months ago

Full time travelers with a sons on opposite ends of the country. We spend summers in WA near one and winters in FL near the other and travel and explore in between. In total, 48 stops last year. What a gorgeous country we live in!!

David Stansbury
7 months ago

Off-year for us. Only one.

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