RVing has become a growing trend, with people social distancing and working from remote areas.
According to a report, those curious to learn more about RVing have a chance to do so from experts attending the Pittsburgh RV Show underway this week at the David L. Lawrence Convention Center (Pennsylvania).
Randy Giancola, the show’s promoter, told a local report that campers are a great way to make endless memories.
“One of the beauties of RV’ing, I’ve been telling people, is vacations are old as America. People have been going on holidays and going on trips. Your choices are cruise ships, planes, destinations with a hotel, a train and a hotel or a bus and a hotel,” he said.
“When you get done with those types of vacations, you really have three things left. You have pictures, you have memories, and you have receipts,” he continued.
“When you vacation and travel with an RV, you still have the memories, and you still have the pictures, but you have the RV to go again and again and again. Once you make the investment, you can just keep using it and creating family bond memories for life.”
Camping options are plenty, from camping tents, folding campers, large trailers, and more.
Those who want a secure area to take their family can choose from various parks and campgrounds throughout the state that can meet their needs. One of them to consider is Mountain Pines Campground in Champion, Fayette County. The campground that has been around for a century is famous for having the biggest walk-in swimming pool in the commonwealth.
Lisa Shirley, an employee, said campgrounds had been crowded than they have ever been due to the coronavirus, as campers are more secure when staying inside their RVs.
Those planning to camp this year are advised to book their sites before they get full. To find out more about RVs, the convention center has plenty of campers and inventory on display through Sunday.
Tickets are available at the Convention Center box office. For more information, visit www.PittRVshow.com.