More of a DIYer? You can still take advantage of our helpful route planning recommendations, driving tips, packing lists, and more! By answer the right questions, we'll help you nail your Lazydays RV adventure. Get out there!
First, start with the big picture. Think through the areas you want to visit. Get a current road atlas, such as Rand McNally (app is now available), and choose clear, direct routes. Your RV will be able to handle highways or backcountry roads, so don’t let that stop you.
Next, identify where you will stop to sleep every night: whether National Park rustic or KOA comfort, you’ll be set. Don’t push yourself too far between stops—the journey is the fun when RVing! Lastly, be sure to factor in what you’ll need day in and day out. Plan your trip so that you can get gas, pick up groceries, and pack all the water you’ll need on your route.
After mapping out a route and figuring out where you’ll stop along the way, you’ll also need to pick a few spots to spend your nights. Find a site that will suit your needs and make your trip unforgettable, whether you prefer a more rustic campground or a resort with some extra amenities.
For an all-natural getaway, choose any one of our country’s stunning National Parks to explore. You’ll be immersed in nature’s beauty both day and night, making for a rejuvenating vacation. Check out a KOA or Thousand Trails campground for an enjoyable and adventurous outdoor experience. Take in the sights and sounds of nature, all while enjoying campsite amenities that’ll make your stay a little more comfortable.
Or, if you’re looking for a spot that has more organized activities, our Lazydays RV Resort in Tampa might be the place for you. With a swimming pool, areas for dogs to play, dedicated spaces for sports, and lively RV rallies, the whole family can relax and enjoy a vacation at our campgrounds. After you decide on a place to stay, get ready to hit the road by reading through our driving safety tips below.
RV excursions allow for much more packing space than travel by plane or car, but don’t let yourself get out of control. You still want to enjoy the open road and fresh air without cameras, candy, and corkscrews crashing down. Consider what you’ll want and need ahead of time, and avoid frequent stops in congested parking garages.
Check our packing list to get started.