Taking an RV out for the first time is very fun and exciting, but it can also be a bit overwhelming at the the same time. The first question you will want to answer is “where will I go?” One of the most enjoyable adventures to take in an RV is the Great American Road Trip. We have listed some of the most amazing and easily navigable road trips for first time RVers.

Great American Destinations

1. Southern Sites

The south is rich in interesting touristy things to do. From the most amazing comfort food to rich history, to southern charm and hospitality. Travel down the roads connecting these major southern cities: Savannah, Georgia; Charleston, South Carolina; and St. Augustine, Florida.

2. Gulf Coast

Start in Galveston, Texas and make your way over to Florida’s Emerald Coast and down to the Florida keys. You will take in some of the most amazing waterfront scenery and great small cities along the way.

3. Famed Pacific Coast Hwy

The stuff of so many movies. Everyone in their lifetime should find a way to travel down California’s famous Pacific Coast Highway. Amazing ocean views on one side, and gorgeous tall redwoods on the other, must-do stops include Los Angeles, San Francisco, Monterey, Carmel-by-the-Sea, and San Luis Obispo.

Budget Friendly

Looking to get your feet wet in the RV world with a smaller and more budget friendly trip? We have some great suggestions for you.

1. State Park

There are many state parks all over the country and many of them have very affordable campgrounds. Right here in Washington State we have some of the most beautiful state parks, including Mt. Rainer. Just punch “state parks” into a web search engine for any state you are interested in, and find out all you need to know about state park activities and camping.

2. Beach Get Away

Who doesn’t love the beach or even a lakeside retreat. You don’t have to go very far at all in a Seattle RV rental to find some of the the world’s most amazing beaches. May we suggest an island getaway in the San Juans? Or the sandy beaches of Ocean Shores?

3. Woodsy “Staycation”

There is no place like the woods right in your own backyard. Take a trip up the North Cascades Highway to find a number of great classic wooded camping destinations. Or travel up into the maintain passes for great camping spots, such as Leavenworth on Highway 2.

For more great camping information and to find a great place to rent an RV in Seattle, please browse our website or contact us for more information.