Most families like to take advantage of their children’s spring break to do something fun.
For some, it’s a time to take a nice vacation and off to the beach or mountains they go. You can do that too, but you should definitely consider making it an RV trip as well. This allows you to travel without all of the stress of having to keep all of your belongings compact. Not only that, but it’s definitely a lot less crowded and more convenient than traveling in a traditional car.
The first thing you need, though, is an RV—which you can choose to either buy or rent from providers. Then, you just need to hit the road. Maybe you have a plan of where you want to go or maybe you’re just up for the adventure of seeing all that you can see with no destination in mind. Whatever your preference is, it would definitely be worth your while to see these three destinations if your RV happens to roll that way.
Crater of Diamonds State Park in Murfreesboro, Arkansas
Do you have a son or daughter who is always collecting rocks? It’s a very common thing for children to do, and so imagine the thrill that your young ones would have being able to go and dig for diamonds! Although there are a few places across the United States that are like it, it has more to offer. Not only can you keep what you find, but the Crater of Diamonds State Park is the only diamond mine still producing the most valuable gems open to the public. Don’t worry, though, digging isn’t the only thing you’ll get to do there. There are tons of other activities there as well—including fishing.
Myrtle Beach, South Carolina
There are tons of places around Myrtle Beach that are great places to park your RV and have a good stay with your family. It’s a great destination, because it is one of the main vacation destinations in the country. In fact, many families (about 14 million people total) make it a tradition to go to Myrtle Beach every year because they enjoy it so much and it sure does have a lot to offer. Other than the wonderful beachfront, some of the RV parks have really great amenities such as outdoor pools, beach volleyball courts, and full basketball courts. At the beach, though, it’s a great place for pretty much any watersport—jet skiing, kayaking, parasailing, etc. If you’ve got a golfer in the family, they can head to one of the many golf clubs in the area. Whatever you’re into, you’ll probably find it in Myrtle Beach.
National Cherry Blossom Festival in Washington D.C.
Cherry Hill Park is the closest RV Park to the District of Columbia. It has many advantages with a host of amenities and multiple opportunities for free transportation every day to the festival held between March 20th and April 14th. The festival celebrates Tokyo's gift of 3000 cherry trees to the capitol in 1912, and the festival marks the beginning of spring for Washington. It is definitely something beautiful to experience.
Hopefully, the above information has inspired you to get your family out on the road and experience life to the fullest this spring. Just remember to make every moment an adventure.