Create a list. Once you’ve chosen a location, come up with the things you’d like doing at the destination (e.g. Visit museum, hiking trails or shop, see sights). The activities you choose to do could be included on the family’s rv vacation planning checklist. Then you’ll be happy that you made the effort!
Documentation and logistics. If you’re not an experienced traveler or have little knowledge of traveling with other people the task may seem intimidating at first. In fact, you may be unable to complete every item on your list! Be sure that your RV is protected by homeowners’ or renters insurance policies, as well as car insurance in case it is required. make sure you know local laws regarding the legal requirements before buying anything!
Determine where you will keep it when not in use (driveway or storage).
Budget and finance. If you have children (especially when they’re living with the ex-wife) finance can become complex. There will be a need for a ways to track expenses during the holiday season so that everyone knows where their money is going. If you’re not sure if your family members like spreadsheets, you can find many budgeting programs available online for no cost.
This article on how to plan your family’s trip on the RV should help you prepare yourself and feel comfortable for the big day. The tips and information provided can assist you in making your RV vacation a reality.