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The best reasons to RV in the Spring

Spring is here and there’s no need to delay your first RV trip of the year any longer! Not convinced? We’re sharing the best reasons to head to the campground this season.

Find fewer crowds

Enjoy the peace and quiet of camping in the off-season. Spring camping means fewer campers, and an easier time booking the prime spot or scooping up first-come, first-served sites. 

Encounter fewer bugs

Get out and enjoy the campsite before the height of mosquitos season! That spring chill still in the air will keep most irritating bugs at bay for a while longer, and the wasps won’t be out in force until the hot summer months.

Watch nature wake up from the winter

With the blossoming trees, budding bushes and first of the spring flowers coming up, take time to slow down and watch the season change.

Rain is the best sound machine

There’s just something so soothing about falling asleep to the sound of rain drops on your RV’s roof. Spring RVing may mean less than ideal weather conditions, so pack those cozy layers and extra tarps and enjoy nature’s sound machine.

Prime wildlife viewing

Migratory birds are returning and the forest is waking up with foraging creatures and baby animals. Without the summer heat and crowds sending animals into hiding, spring is a great time for wildlife viewing. 

Shake off that winter cabin fever

By the time spring arrives and the weather starts to turn, it’s long past time to get outside and explore! RVing is the perfect way to shake off the winter enjoy the start of a fresh, new season.

What’s your favourite reason to RV in the spring? Or has this article inspired you to give it a try? Let us know on our social networks!

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