It is every American’s dream to hit the road and travel across the country. What better way to do that than in an RV! It’s like going on a vacation with all the convenience a home has to offer — anywhere.
The fearless thrill-seekers who tied the knot and had babies never have to give up their passion for traveling. With RVs, you can take the whole family along on inexpensive trips.
While exploring the vast US lands, you might want to pull over at these camping grounds and parks. Known to be the best of the best, it will be worth it to stay a little bit longer.
South Padre Island
With a wide stretch of beautiful white sand beach 34 miles long and inviting pristine turquoise waters, you are in for a tropical island escapade!
It is located on the coastal tip of Texas. The island sits on a barrier in the Gulf of Mexico. Try the South Padre Island KOA. This RV campground has great deals all year round.
Durango RV Resort
If you’re looking for RV campgrounds complete with cable television and high-speed internet, there’s one in Red Bluff, California.
This place is a luxury RV site, boasting a 45-acre dog park and an automatic dog-washing station. If you’re not impressed, the Durango RV Resort has a pool, a number of clubhouses and outdoor fireplaces.
Crater Lake National Park
This national park is an enormous hole in the ground filled with rainwater and snow. This crater is the remnant of Mount Mazama, an old and destroyed volcano. This park is the only national park located in Oregon.
The Lost Creek Campground and the Mazama Campgrounds, but only the latter has a site intended for RVs.
For 2017, the site is open from June 2 to October 10 and allows RVs with a maximum length of 50’.
Horse Thief Lake
Mount Rushmore provides a rustic mountain scenery for travelers in the Horse Thief Lake.
The House Thief Campgrounds provide RV travelers a beautiful site of the lake and the mountain. And if you want more, this place is dotted with peaks, trails, and cave to see.
No RV? No Problem!
You’re on the edge of your seat, ready to embark on an adventure! But one thing is missing — the RV.
Many say an RV can create a huge damage on your finances. Those who say so just doesn’t know how to look for an affordable financing.
Depending on your budget and need, there are many different choices; from towable to motorized, from new to old.
RV loans are available with terms that can stretch as far as 15 years. The loan amount can be anywhere between $3,000 to $1,500,000. Of course, you should set a budget, that’s where it should start.
With the budget, you can be sure that you can afford to pay for an RV. When you think about it, an RV is a vehicle and a ‘home’ rolled in one. That means that the investment is worth it.
Find a lender who can provide you an RV Loan. Discuss the terms and rates. You can also get a good rate when you get used ones. Your adventure starts today!