Your Guide to The Ultimate Spring Break RV Vacation (With Kids!)
Lazydays RV is happy to reassure you that there is still plenty of time to plan an incredible RV vacation! For first-time RVers or those still getting the hang of the RV lifestyle, here some tips for a spring break RV vacation the whole family will love:
1: DON’T HAVE AN RV? LAZYDAYS HAS YOU COVERED!
If you’ve never been on an RV vacation before, Lazydays RV is here to help you every step of the way. For starters, we’ll help you determine what kind of RV would be best for your trip. If you will be traveling with a large group, a Class A can sleep up to 8 people and brings all the comforts of home on the road. If you’re a smaller family and have a large SUV or truck that can pull at least 8,000 pounds, a travel trailer should do the trick. Finally, visit one of our locations in Tampa, Denver, or Loveland, Colorado to get started on your RV rental!
2: CHOOSE YOUR RV VACATION DESTINATION
One of the best parts about planning an RV vacation is choosing your RV vacation destination because the possibilities are endless! Renting with Lazydays RV gives you access to hundreds of RV-friendly KOA campsites nationwide, and every Thousand Trails and Encore RV Resort!
If you pick up your RV rental at Lazydays RV Tampa, you can start or end your vacation at the Lazydays RV Resort, which has world-class amenities and fun events happening all spring. From there, you can head south to Miami, Key West or Sarasota, or even north to the Georgia coast, Charleston, South Carolina or elsewhere!
If you’re renting at Lazydays RV Denver or Loveland, you can head to Rocky Mountain National Park or one of the mountain resorts like Keystone or Breckenridge, or even head west towards Arches National Park in Utah or Yellowstone in Wyoming.
For additional help planning your next RV vacation, check out Lazydays RV’s trip planning services.
3: WHAT TO DO AND WHAT TO BRING
An RV vacation doesn’t have to be limited to camping. The Lazydays RV Resort is just 20 minutes from the heart of Tampa, where you and your family can enjoy great dining and cool attractions like the Tampa Riverwalk and The Florida Aquarium. If you’re going for the full spring break RV camping experience, there are plenty of family activities to enjoy, including hiking, fishing, bike riding, and more.
Whether you’re RV camping or staying at an RV resort this spring break, check out our list of essential items for your next RV trip. Lazydays RV also offers kitchen, linen, and outdoor supply packages as a part of our trip planning service.