The family behind AdventurePossible.com explored US state and national parks for about a year in 2016, living in a vintage Airstream travel trailer.
When we decided that we would embark on a family adventure, we had to consider what type of adventure would suit a family of four including two small children. We briefly considered coastal cruising in a sailboat or trawler, but we quickly settled on RVing America.
We figured that RVing would allow us to explore the country in relative comfort. We had some of the comforts of home inside the travel trailer, such as beds, kitchen, and bathroom, and we could easily venture outside to explore our surroundings or detach the tow vehicle and take day trips to attractions and cities. Also, being on the road and not the water, we could more easily get to stores, hospitals, and entertainment than if we were anchoring a boat in a cove every night.
This was our very first RV experience. We didn’t even have a weekend trip under our belt.
On this page, we’re sharing our experience (and, dare I say, expertise) in planning and executing a family RV adventure.
Below are articles with advice, financial planning tips, and tools for helping you pull off your own RV travel adventure.
Articles about RVing around America
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