Yes, we know that 2018 is only a couple of weeks old and most of the country is locked in a deep freeze. So, guess what, this is the perfect time to start planning your summer vacation.
As a matter of fact, it’s imperative that you start planning your summer vacation as early as possible, if you intend to visit one of the most popular destinations in the United States. That would mean Disney World or Disney Land if you’ve got family who wants to visit theme parks. And of course it’s not only Disney World in Orlando- there’s Sea World, Universal Studios, Gatorland, and even Fun Spot America – a great theme park that is extremely affordable.
In Anaheim, California you’ve got Disneyland, Universal Studios, Legoland California, the San Diego Zoo (nearby), and California’s largest water park, Raging Waters, which is situated in San Dimas (of Bill and Ted’s Excellent Adventure fame). There’s also Knotts Berry Farm!
Delivered RV Rentals are the Way to Go
With a delivered RV rental, you don’t have to worry about sold out hotels. You don’t have to worry about hauling a camper or RV halfway across state or country. The luxury camper or RV is there, waiting for you – set up by the owner so you don’t need to worry about attaching electricity, sewage, or anything of that nature. It’s set up and ready for you at your chosen destination.
Where are the RV Owners?
Simply type in the location you’d like to visit in the search box on the home page of RVPlusYou, and see what luxury campers or RVs are available.
New delivered RV rentals are being added to RVPlusYou on a regular basis, so be sure to check back frequently.
Make 2018 the year you visit as many National Parks as possible. They are all worth visiting – from the smallest national park of all (Hot Springs, Arkansas) to the largest, Wrangell-St. Elias , which at the moment is larger than nine – nine – of the states of the Union!
Perhaps the most famous and most visited park is Yellowstone in northern Wyoming, as well as southern Montana and a patch of it located in southeastern Idaho.
Gettysburg is perhaps the most visited historical site for Civil War history buffs. The founding of the United States can be relived every day in Williamsburg in Virginia, or on the Freedom Trail in Boston. These historical sites may not be here forever as mounting pressure brought by an increase in population and demands of various businesses may threaten them all.
Make 2018 the year you see the sites you’ve always dreamed of seeing.