The clock is ticking on 2019, which means that you only have a few weeks left to take advantage of your paid-time-off days at work! We challenge you to put those PTO days towards an epic adventure (did someone say road trip?!?!). There are wonderful destinations just waiting for you to explore in an RV rental. Here are a few ideas to get you started.
The Keys to Winter Happiness
Want to make all your friends jealous of your winter tan? With a string of tropical islands that runs for 120 miles along Florida Highway 1, you will never run out of hidden nooks to explore and enjoy. RV enthusiasts can enjoy top-notch RV parks that are not only close to the beach, but offer activities like kayaking, canoeing, fishing and more. If culture is more your style, head down to Key West, where everything from nightlife and restaurants to art galleries and museums are places not to be missed.
Let It Sand
For many of us, we love to look at snow and even love to play in snow … but hate pretty much everything else. If you fall into this category, we have the perfect winter RV destination for you – the White Sands National Monument in New Mexico! With glistening white sand and great, wave-like dunes of gypsum sand, this park is the perfect place to enjoy winter adventures sans freezing temps and mushy, wet stuff on the road.
Photo Credit: White Sands National Monument
Viva, Las Vegas!
While Las Vegas is a very popular destination year-round, December might be one of the best times to experience Sin City. For RV campers, there are lots of RV park choices and a number of RV-friendly casino-resorts. Everyone knows about the great nightlife, including restaurants, shows, and gambling. But December is also packed with activities for families and couples, including holiday celebrations, botanical gardens, shopping and more. Up for some quick daytrips? It’s only a short drive to Hoover Dam, Red Rock Canyon National Park or Lake Mead.
California Is Calling Your Name
*Cue Beach Boys music* “I wish they call could be California Girls!”
How about a trip for some of the best wine, seafood and scenery in the United States? Highway 1 runs along most of the west coast of California, zig zagging through wonderful small coastal towns along the way with plenty of RV park options. But from Monterey Bay, just south of San Jose, to Ventura, just north of Los Angeles, RVers can experience not only great dining and wine, but art, culture, history and amazing coastal scenery. When you’re near San Louis Obispo, be sure to check out Hearst Castle. We also recommend the wine tours in the Paso Robles and Santa Barbara areas.
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