The Class B RV is a popular option for those who like the combination of convenience, affordability and mobility. Some might suggest that this is a silly point to apply directly to the Class B when it could be applied to all recreational vehicles across the board, but it is a combination of traits that is particularly appropriate for the smaller, more economical and more versatile Class B motorhome.
Owners of the Class B RV are often a good representation of the RVing group because they are dedicated to the road. They are able to enjoy the smaller, but extremely mobile living conditions that are characteristic of RVs in general and define Class B RVs specifically.
One question that many new RVers have for veteran RV fans is what sort of activities should they plan on having available for road trip time in the recreational vehicle? So here are some recommended RV activities:
- Board games: Clue, Monopoly, Sorry, Scene It, Bandu, Jenga, Operation, Guess Who, Chutes and Ladders, Cooties, Perfection, Trivial Pursuit, Checkers, Chess, and more. You get the idea. Board games are a simple enough addition to any RV. Most RVers keep board games on board. It’s not even something they pack each time they plan a trip. The board games are a permanent fixture.
- Card games: Uno, SkipBo, Poker, Phase 10, Mad Gab, Balderdash, Pit, Bridge, and more. Same goes for cards as for board games. Keep them on board. They’re classic and you’ll remember how much you love playing once the game gets going.
- Outdoor games: horseshoes, badminton, croquet, etc. These take up a little more space than the previous two options, but they are a lot of fun in the appropriate camping spots. Pick one that will work for you and your passengers and go for it!
- Books and movies: while most of us enjoy both of these entertaining activities regularly many don’t think about incorporating them into their recreational vehicle travel. But it adds a bit more pleasure to be watching a movie or reading a book in beautiful and new locations.
- Hammocks: if you prefer camping in your RV you might want to invest in a portable hammock. It allows you to more fully enjoy the outdoors.
- Popular outdoor toys like quads, motorbikes, etc. The recreational vehicle is a great choice for use with outdoor motorized toys like quads, bikes, and more. The Class B RVer would need to pull the toys, but the larger RVs often accommodate the storage of this type of outdoor vehicle.
In addition to these activities RVers do, of course, take advantage of the outdoor recreational and local entertainment opportunities while traveling. If you’re in a gorgeous area…get out hiking! If you’re in a hot urban spot…find out where to go see a show while you’re passing through town! There’s nothing better than versatility unless it’s versatility that you take advantage of fully!