How Full-Time RVers Celebrate the Holidays

As we are coming close to Christmas, we felt this may be something you that are needing. Are you spending Christmas in your RV? Will you be with family or friends? Or will this be your first year alone with your significant other?

Every family has favorite holiday traditions. Christmas isn’t the same when you’re full-time living in your RV. But this doesn’t mean the holidays can’t be awesome. An amazing part of Christmas is the decorating – especially when it comes to picking out a tree. You could go the artificial route and find a fake, yet still beautiful tree that can fit the dimensions of your RV.

Our 1st Christmas Tree

One of the best parts of Christmas for me and my family has always been decorating. While it’s a small space, we still have fun decorating both the interior and exterior of our RV. You can do the same!

Decorated with 2 trees while Gate Guarding

Deck out the exterior with lights and a wreath
Place mini Christmas trees inside
Hang your stockings wherever they fit
Decorate your campsite
Warm up your RV by baking holiday treats
Keep the decorating simple. Have fun and find new ways to keep the spirit glowing. A great part of spending Christmas in the RV is your ability to enjoy the simplicity of holidays for that year. You don’t need to get extravagant with the decorations.

Decorated our site while at Tybee Island GA

If you’re feeling the holiday blues, here’s how to see the season in a different way. Celebrating the holidays in your RV is an opportunity to create even better memories and make new traditions! One of the greatest things about camping out is that you can meet all kinds of people from all over the country. So, why not take advantage of that? On Christmas Day, get together with some of the other people camping out at the RV Park and host your very own RVing holidays Christmas dinner!

Tybee Island RV Park Christmas Party

Travel to new destinations with winter weather you enjoy. Prepare your holiday meal for yourself and/or friends.
Get to know new people and their Christmas traditions.
Eat out at new places and learn local holiday food customs.

Just try to keep in mind, the best thing about spending your holiday in an RV is the complete mobility you have. You can go and do whatever you want, wherever you want!

Merry Christmas! Dora & Ed, It’s A Good Life RV

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