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Fifth Wheel Trailers: The Green Movement

It is up to you to choose to have a green camping experience when traveling in fifth wheel trailers. By being green in fifth wheel trailers, you will be living as a part of the green movement and helping to sustain the environment. The term sustainable has been defined by the UN Commission on Environment and Development as “development that meets the needs of the present without compromising…” that of the future. Read the tips listed below so that when traveling with fifth wheel trailers you can maximize your sustainable, green camping experience.

By choosing a green camping experience with fifth wheel trailers, you are participating in an effort to leave the world a better place for your children and grandchildren. Being green means that we are taking care of the environment.

The tips listed below will help you in having a green RV experience with fifth wheel trailers:

1. The ultimate goal to camping green with fifth wheel trailers is to make sure the land undisturbed. You want to support the camp ground and its natural environment.

2. When traveling in fifth wheel trailers, you want to be conscientious of how you use energy and resources. You can do this inside fifth wheel trailers by using energy efficient light bulbs and appliances. You can also purchase water saving faucets and shower heads so that you are conserving water when you bath or cook.

3. You will find that now motor homes are built up to green standards. Some have solar panels that act as a power source when the motor home is parked.

4. If you will be camping at RV Camper site, but want a green experience, you need to call or do research ahead of time. You want to find out if the motor home camp ground practices green methods. Ask the RV camp ground if they do green practices, such as: protect the ecosystem with items like boardwalks; have green buildings onsite; practice recycling with compost piles and/or organized recycling bins; conservation of water; and other efforts to save animal life in the area.

5. Ask the RV campground manager if there is a local farmers market that you can hike to for fresh vegetables. Buying fresh and local also supports living in a sustainable environment. See if there are other ways that you, as a camper, can support the local economy in a sustainable way.

By learning more about being green and supporting sustainability when RVing, you will be a part of the growing trend. Practice makes perfect, and by incorporating such values into your RV routines, it will become natural habit.

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