The warm weather of summer will soon be fleeting and the RV camping season will be coming to a close in most Northern, mid-western, and mountainous states. In Colorado, some campgrounds close as early as the first week of September. Maine the season traditionally extends to the end of October depending on the campground. In Maryland, the RV camping season also extends to the end of October. Not only does the season depend on the weather, unless you are a fulltimer, snowbird, or have grown/no kids, the season an also be dependent on the start of school.
Didn’t it seem like just yesterday that summer was here and you had visions of a full season of RV Camping dancing in your head? We hope that the 2009 RV camping season left you with many wonderful memories, great weather, and good fun. Don’t worry, the 2010 RV camping season will be here before you know it.
It is now time to start winterizing and storing your RV.
Maybe too, this summer of camping fun has left you yearning for a new RV or a new-to-you RV. If so, the off-season can be a great time to buy a RV and get all of items that need fixed on warranty done and out of the way. If you are in the market for a new RV, a great place to start is this RV Sales site. If a quality used RV is more your need, visit this Used RVs site.
Many of you have been asking for the best winter RV Vacations and the best places to RV in the winter. Here is an article that has that information.