Twenty-twenty has been a different year. Not one season has looked the same, and there’s a good chance that this holiday won’t either. But when life leaves us uncertain of what the future holds and we find ourselves searching for answers, there’s one place we usually find them – outdoors. This is why Christmas in an RV is the best idea we’ve had this year!
If we’ve learned one thing in 2020, it’s to be grateful for what we have. Waking up this side of the dirt, having at least one person to wave to from a distance, and the ability to read this blog are signs of wealth. And although some of you may be snickering at the thought of Christmas in an RV with camping clothes and miniature trees, we’re here to change your mind.
I think we can all agree that nothing is guaranteed. We seem to forget this natural law in the hustle and bustle of every-day life and allow it to throw us off-balance when things don’t turn out the same. But not this year. If we gain nothing else from pandemics, natural disasters, and political chaos, at least we have the endurance to cope with massive amounts of change and appreciate what we have while we have it.
Many states across our great nation have encouraged little-to-zero gatherings, outdoor-only occasions, and a reduction of festive activities in an effort to keep their residents healthy. Lucky for us, RVing is the best quarantine, and a unique alternative to the traditional holiday.
You see, RV’s are the original tiny living movement – on wheels. Those of us who have made valiant efforts to downsize our lives, conquer the complication, and enjoy what we have right here and now, ’tis the season and invite you to join us. There’s a good chance you’ll find joy, hope, and love radiating throughout our community while enjoying our waterfront pool, fishing dock, and nearby attractions.
If you’re still at the top stuck on camp clothes and tiny trees, let us encourage you with a few fun RV holiday tips.
And if you’re looking for a little distance from those walls you’ve stared at for the past eight months combined with good people and fresh air, then you may have found your place.
Here at Fisherman’s Cove Resort, we reserve travel-only spots for those who travel and those who need a last-minute change of pace. And in a year where change is all we’ve seen from beginning to end, wouldn’t it be nice to give yourself the gift of something nourishing and familiar – like camping? Christmas in an RV just may help you to appreciate your home upon return, while easing the pains of change in an evolving holiday season.
So cut the top off that tree, grab your favorite teacup, and head to the water. You can bring a fishing rod, your loved ones, and your dog, and start a new tradition – for a change.
We look forward to seeing you here should you decide to ‘park it’ somewhere new this holiday. We have a Santa, a safely planned holiday meal, and loads of cheer to share with those who join us this year.
Happy Holidays, regardless of where you land.
Written by Janel Jungels