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News for December 10, 2023

Cross-Country RVing: A Journey Through America’s Diverse Landscapes

Blending the allure of open-road adventure with the comforts of a mobile home, cross-country RVing is a popular trend that allows travelers to explore the vast and varied landscapes of the United States.

According to the RVshare 2023 Travel Trend Report, the RV travel boom shows a notable 61% of Americans planning to embark on a road trip. This surge in interest underscores the importance of selecting the right RV for the journey. 

The snowbird community, often retirees traveling south during winter, exemplifies the cross-country RV lifestyle. A survey by Snowbird Advisor reveals that this group significantly contributes to the RVing trend, with well-planned routes and preferred destinations.

These travelers often utilize RVs for their seasonal adventure, seeking out destinations known for their mild temperatures and sunny skies. This annual journey is a lifestyle choice that allows for the exploration and enjoyment of diverse locales. 

The survey listed the top five destinations for snowbirds, including Florida, Arizona, California, Mexico, and Texas, with others like South Carolina, Hawaii, the Caribbean, Portugal, Spain, Costa Rica, and Panama also gaining popularity.

Meanwhile, the Outdoorsy guide to cross-country road trips lists several iconic highways that are favorites among RVers. The Pacific Coast Highway in California is renowned for its breathtaking coastal views, while Route 66 offers a quintessential American road trip experience, stretching from Chicago to Los Angeles. 

US Highway 2, or the “Great Northern,” is another favored route, spanning from Maine to Washington. Must-visit destinations include the Grand Canyon National Park in Arizona, Everglades National Park in Florida, Gila Cliff Dwellings National Monument in New Mexico, Denali National Park in Alaska, and Yellowstone National Park, which spans across Wyoming, Montana, and Idaho.

Cross-country RVing presents numerous opportunities for RV parks and campground owners. By catering to the evolving needs of these travelers, from providing essential amenities to offering unique experiences, they can significantly boost their business. 

Cross-country RVing in 2023 is not just a travel trend but a lifestyle choice for many, including the snowbird community. With the right planning, an RV trip across America can be an unforgettable adventure, offering a blend of freedom, comfort, and exploration. 

“Travelers are still seeking relaxation and time with family and friends, and work flexibility continues to evolve and become a more permanent lifestyle for many Americans, ultimately affecting their travel decisions,” RVshare elaborated. 

For RV parks and campground owners, this signifies a growing market and the opportunity to enhance their services to meet the modern traveler’s needs.

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Arif Sheva

Arif Sheva

Arif, a passionate journalism graduate, dedicated his career to the world of media, where he honed his storytelling skills and crafted captivating narratives as a writer across diverse outlets. Currently, as a Communications Specialist at Modern Campground, Arif immerses himself in the realm of glamping and RV camping, conducting insightful interviews with esteemed high-level professionals. These interactions enable him to compile comprehensive reports that delve deep into the nuances of these emerging trends.
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