31 Jul

RVFTA #46: Reflections from 34 Days on the Road

reflections from 34 days on the road

On this week’s episode of RV Family Travel Atlas, we are looking back at 34 days on the road. We have never spent that many consecutive nights in our travel trailer, and it was definitely a different experience than a long weekend or one-week vacation.

Four states and seven campgrounds later, we have some thoughts to share. Listen to hear our reflections about campgrounds and family travel. Will RVFTA become a full-time RVing operation? You will have to tune in to find out…

Campground Topics

  1. Aesthetics
  2. Landscaping
  3. Furnishings
  4. Communal Spaces

Family Topics

  1. Chores and Clean Up
  2. Activities and Down Time
  3. Homesickness
  4. Mountains or Sea?

And we are wrapping up our reports from the road by interviewing Running Bear, one of the co-owners of the Jellystone in Marion, North Carolina. They are doing a lot of things right at this campground, and we will talk about the customer service and activities that blew us away.

We are delighted to welcome back Go RVing as our RVFTA sponsor. Listen for a special message from them just a bit later in our show. To find your AWAY head over to Go RVing.

Our epic road trip is over, but maybe yours has just begun. And you are listening to Episode #46: Reflections from 34 Days on the Road.

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2 thoughts on “RVFTA #46: Reflections from 34 Days on the Road

    • We loved the Townsend KOA for the location near Cades Coves and other local attractions. But the creekside sites at Great Smoky Jellystone Camp Resorts in Cosby (NOT Yogi in the Smokies) stole our hearts. People are raving about a new park, Anchor Down. We haven’t been but many readers and listeners have loved it!

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