Most RVers tend to think fall is the time to put your RV away and sit inside pining for warmer weather. After all, putting your RV away signifies the end of one camping season and the beginning of a long, cold winter. If you’re planning on hanging at home instead of camping during the fall, you can actually use your RV while it’s parked in your driveway.
If you’re looking for some inspiration on how to get the most out of your RV this fall, read on!
Even if you’ve winterized your RV you can still use it to backyard camp. Set it up, plug it in, and enjoy a weekend outside, without being far from the comfort of your home! As a bonus you can use this as a way to get the kids out of the house and enjoy some time with your significant other.
Planning a party? Use your RV as an extension of your home. It’s a comfortable space that can keep you warm inside, but also gives you the convenience of an outside awning to expand your space and host in the great outdoors.
If you’re determined to make the most out of your RV you can actually stretch its use by using it as a storage facility. Keep your summer items in the unit so that you know right where they are and have easy access to them when the new camping season rolls around.
Slumber Party Space
Fall is the time for slumber parties! Set up your RV’s living room to host a crowd of screaming tween girls. They’ll be comfortable and at home, while you’ll be able to rest in your house without being woken up from their excitement.
Using your RV as a separate resource doesn’t have to take much thought. Because they’re so versatile you can continue to enjoy it throughout the season.