We know there’s a good chance you probably enjoy staying at most (or some) of the places listed in the poll below. But if you had to pick one that you like staying at the most, which would you pick?
Would you be happiest in the desert where you’d be opening your RV’s door to a cactus and rocky mountain views? Or would you prefer to open your door to the oceanfront? Or maybe big pine trees in the green and mossy forest?
If you answer “other,” please leave a comment and tell us where. We want to know. Thanks!
how about mountains
Other which means any of them.
I spend most of my time in the mountains, then I go to the desert
On the water…rivers, streams, ocean. Any water. Or the desert. Or the mountains.😂
I answered forest, but l avoid them when snow falls! Then I head south.
I said Beach, but variety is the spice of life and enjoy them all.
The best locations for us would be equally divided between our Oregon coast and our Oregon forests, which can often happen simultaneously.
Desert, forest and beach.
A year ago I would have said, “beach” because that is the preference of DW. But about 11 months ago we took the RV to the beach and the winds made things difficult. She still prefers beach over forest, but we’ll rent a house at the beach and leave the RV at home.
Variety is the spice of life !!!
I picked “beach” because our rv resort is on the oregon coast, but not necessarily “on” the beach but about 100 yards from it. We spend our summers there from mid May to mid Oct.
Where’s the option for all? Lol!!
desert, forest, beach and mountains. add ‘mountains’ to the list and allow multiple selections
I enjoy the vast variety of landscapes everywhere we go, mountains, forests, desert lakeside, creek, it’s all good. Just time the trips right, don’t want mountains in winter or deserts in mid summer.
I voted other. All choices have their pluses and minuses. Variety is the spice of life!
We prefer COE or State campgrounds. Most are wooded and usually near a body of water (lake, river, stream, etc.).
A lake or stream in the forest.