RV Vacation Ideas for Millennials

Not Your Grandpa's Vacation

Do you still connect RVs with senior citizens traveling around after retirement? Well, it’s time to update your thinking! Millennials are transforming RV travel. More and more of the generation has discovered the benefits of RVing. There are plenty of millennials that have opted for living life on the road as full-time RVers. But, regardless of if you RV full-time or just occasionally, there are some incredible RV vacation ideas for millennials.

Head to a music festival

California has a ton of music festivals to check out. Many festivals have their own campground that you can set up your RV in. Others might not have their own, but there are usually plenty to choose from. Pick your favorite genre, choose a festival, and head out for a weekend of fun. If your RV has some extra sleeping room, have a few friends tag along with you.

Take a California road trip

Why would you pick just one vacation destination when you could see a bunch? Your RV makes it easy for you to enjoy a road trip in comfort. California is such a diverse state that offers stunning ocean views, beautiful vineyards, lively cities, and outdoor adventure. You can choose a road trip that allows you to hit several destinations of the same type, like a beach road trip, or you can mix and match to create your dream road trip.

Set up a basecamp

Just because you have an RV doesn’t mean you need to hang out at it all the time. Set up your RV as your basecamp and then head out for an outdoor adventure. The west coast is full of incredible places to hike and explore. You can set out to sleep under the stars for a few days in the wild backpacking and then return to your RV for a break, a shower, and a good meal.

Do a “flip-a-coin” vacation

Try a trip where you don’t plan anything. Well, you would have to do a little planning, but you wouldn’t have to make any final decisions. Simply pack up the RV and grab a coin. Let the coin decide where you go, what activities you do, where you stop, and what you eat. This would be a challenge if you have a Type A personality, but you could have a once in a lifetime experience and it might get you outside of your comfort zone and trying new things.

Disney’s Fort Wilderness Campground

Many people think of millennials as fresh out of college. But, with the oldest of the generation being born in 1981, some of the group is older than society wants to admit. There are plenty of millennials that already have little ones in tow with them as they hit the road. If this describes you, then the Fort Wilderness Campground at Walt Disney World is a great place to visit.

Your RV allows you to create a fun road trip as you travel the country to stay at the “happiest place on Earth”. Then, when you arrive, you have the comforts of home in your RV. You can hit the Disney parks during the day (and even take a boat to the Magic Kingdom) and enjoy your campsite at night. The campground also has tons of activities for you to participate in including pools, archery, horseback riding, and a nightly campfire with Chip and Dale.

The world is waiting…

All you need is your RV to get started. If you haven’t purchased an RV yet or you are looking to find your perfect fit, stop into Sky River RV to get the process started.

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2525 Theatre Drive
Paso Robles, CA 93446

In Beautiful Wine Country, a short drive from Bakersfield and Fresno.

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444 So. Dolliver
Pismo Beach, CA 93449

With all of its RV parks and famous Sand Dunes and Beaches.

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1200 El Camino Real
Atascadero, CA 93422

Halfway point between Los Angeles and San Francisco and right off the 101.

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