Your can take advantage of your used Holiday Rambler in basically two ways . . . by being prepared, or by being spontaneous. Not that either way is better. There are advantages and disadvantages to both. And, honestly, if you’re new to the game, you should give yourself some exposure to both just to be fair. The most basic advantage of planning a trip well and thoroughly is that you will get to see a lot of sights. But if you are going for spontaneity . . . the RV is definitely the best way to achieve success on the spur of the moment.
Vacationing in a house on wheels of your very own changes the very rules that govern vacationing. Your used Holiday Rambler can act as a tool that carries you from spot to spot on your very detailed itinerary, or it can serve as a medium through which your spontaneous spirit and creativity flow freely. Your used Holiday Rambler can leave the site at 8 AM, or 5 AM, or 10:48 PM. It’s all up to you. There are no strictures or rules to follow that are being forced on you by outside travel and lodging accommodations. You don’t have to have the room picked up; your bags packed and have the key to the room door back at the front desk by 11 AM. That’s all in the past. Your used Holiday Rambler RV allows you to take full advantage of traveling . . . no matter how you decide to do it. You can travel fast, or slow. You can zoom from spot to spot in your used Holiday Rambler cramming in as many as you can in each day, or you can wander from site to site enjoying the leisurely pace that allows to think about what you are seeing. And if you see something along the way that catches your eye-stop your used Holiday Rambler . . . you can add it to the list of “things to do” instantly! No questions asked; because you are in charge!
Many RVers enjoy taking off in a certain direction with no definite plan in mind. You can jump in your used Holiday Rambler and you’ll find that you inevitably come upon something interesting that you want to see more of. Every town and city has their own celebrations; their own museums and hometown beauty. If you’re willing to accept things as they are and just go with the flow. The spontaneous RV vacation can be a successful and interesting one.
Even during a “planned” vacation, you’ll find that if you’re open to changes you’ll sometimes end up spending time doing something you never imagined doing. That’s one of the great things about taking off in your used Holiday Rambler. You can never be quite sure what is going to happen. Your used Holiday Rambler has the ability to change plans on the spur of the moment . . . as long as you are, too.
There are many, many, many (that means countless) options when it comes to planning an RV trip. The most random spots will have some of the most interesting and “little heard of” festivals and gatherings that you would thoroughly enjoy. For example you can jump in your recreational vehicle and head to Elko, Nevada for the Annual Art in the Park festival, or to visit one of the several “ghost towns” in the area, or to drop by the Museum on Idaho Street to see the outdoor display including an 1860’s Pony Express cabin and stagecoach. There are things to see in every little town no matter if it’s a noted cultural center or a “mentioned by nobody”, middle of nowhere town that you would never think about visiting otherwise. So, jump in the RV and head out. You’ll be surprised by all the great things you’ll find when you’re hardly even looking!