You bought an RV with a desire to travel and see the Nation. You’ve packed it full of your favorite things, and you’re off to explore. A few weeks go by, and you realize you’re not getting quite as far as you planned. Numerous locations and opportunities leave you contemplating where to stop with the time you have left. With so many options to consider, here are three RV destinations to visit on a time budget.
#3 of our RV destinations to visit on a time budget: THE OLYMPIC PENINSULA
The Pacific Northwest is remarkable. Rugged coastlines meet the mighty waves, and trees extend as far as the eyes can see. Cities filled with progressive eating establishments and forward-thinking practices open the mind, and the wilderness has a way of opening the heart.
The Olympic Peninsula is by far one of the most rugged, beautiful, and astounding palaces we have been. Ancient forests, unique wildlife, and breathtaking views around every corner prove why millions of people go the distance to experience the rumors that lead them there. Entering the gates will unlock miles of entertainment in Olympic National Forest alone. A few of our favorite things to do in this area include viewing Mt. Olympus, hiking the Spruce Railroad Trail, and exploring Neah Bay.
#2 of our RV destinations to visit on a time budget: ANYWHERE, UTAH.
If you’ve never been to Utah, we suggest you go. From tip to tip, this state has something to offer. It’s a recreationists’ paradise with outdoor activity and gear rental opportunities in almost every direction.
Utah consists of mostly BLM land (land you are free to utilize). It also contains multiple National Parks. These include:
- Zion’s National Park
- Bryce Canyon National Park
- Arches National Park
- Canyonlands National Park
- Capitol Reef National Park
You can hike, bike, camp, or drive through these locations enjoying all they have to offer for as far as the eye can see.
#1 of our RV destination to visit on a time budget: TAMPA BAY, FLORIDA
Everyone goes to Florida. And once you’ve been to Florida, there’s a high likelihood you’ll return.
With over a million visitors annually, Florida ranks at the top of the list for the most visited state in the Nation. Travelers return to Florida every year for its white sandy beaches, crystal blue waters, and year-round warmth. It’s a subtropical paradise with endless outdoor activities.
Visit the crystal clear freshwater springs to swim with the manatees up north, enjoy the sunsets on world-renowned beaches to the west, bring the kids to Disney World out east, or join anglers anywhere on the water’s edge from here south. Known as the Fishing Capital of the World, you’re sure to have a good time (or at least a great meal) in almost any location. The mixture of old-world Florida and new age urban growth provides never-ending opportunities to try something new and fun.
With Snowbirds surging into the state come winter, you’ll need to need to secure a place to stay a year ahead of time. That is, of course, unless you know about Fisherman’s Cove Resort. Fisherman’s Cove travel-only RV spots can assure you a place to park your travel home year-round. Our clubhouse and pool offer comfort for loungers. Our fishing dock, boat ramp, and on-site fishing guides guarantee you saltwater access when time is of the essence. And two renowned cities, St. Petersburg and Sarasota, offer all the nightlife, history, culture, and entertainment you can dream of.
Whether you’re a ‘mountain’ type, ‘sea’ type, or interested in saving a little time, these three RV travel destinations to visit on a time budget are worth their weight in gold. We highly recommend you give them a try and open your schedule to the beauty that exists right under your nose. God Bless America!