When you begin to plan a solo RV trip, the first thing you should do after picking the dates and destination is to tell those closest to you of your plans. This will help to ensure your safety and that someone will know to check in if something is off. Give them your exact dates of travel, departure and arrival times, RV you will be traveling with (including plate numbers), destination and campground, and any daily activities planned if you have them.
Planning a solo vacation is not much different than planning a vacation for a group of people, except for a few things; you may find it easier to take advantage of some activities, you will want to check out your destination’s safety and crime statistics because traveling alone requires more safety awareness than traveling in a pack.
Though it may be easier to make plans, be aware that the cost could be a bit higher because you do not have companions to split costs with. This is just something to be mindful of if you are on a tight budget, although an RV trip is still a great choice when on a budget.