Let’s face it. After the year we’ve had, we’re all long past due for a week off. Winter’s about to start winding down, warmer weather is on it’s way, and it’s been months since any of us have taken a vacation…or at least one without bucketloads of added travel anxiety surrounding the uncertainties of COVID-19. Keep reading to see why we think you should opt out of your tried and true Florida beach plans this year for an RV-focused Spring Break adventure you’ll never forget!
No COVID Testing Required – Read to see why!!
Unlike airline-centric vacations that require travelers to prove that they have not been exposed to COVID-19 prior to departure, RV vacations do not put other travelers at risk. Even though it is highly unlikely that you and your family would even contract COVID-19 on a socially-distant, RV vacation, you wouldn’t come into contact with other travelers while en route to and from your destination(s) and therefore do not need to have a negative COVID-19 test in order to travel. If you’re worried about getting stuck somewhere far from home, RV travel is a great alternative!
There’s space to breathe…normally.
Think about your ghosts of Spring Breaks past. Crowded, rowdy beaches filled with strangers. Hurrying to the beach to snag a chair or two before they’re all gone. Struggling to find a reservation at a packed seafood restaurant. What do all these memories have in common? They’re full of people! This year, why not try something a little different; go somewhere that actually allows you to relax and have some much-needed fun. Save crowded beaches for a year that doesn’t come with so much risk.
It’s off the beaten path.
Like we mentioned above, you’ve already done the beach thing. Use this year to make family memories that stand out and create moments that your crew will never forget. Let this be the year that your kids still talk about 20 years from now, remembering the unique and outside-the-box adventure you all took together. Watch as their friends and yours revel in jealousy as you recant hilarious and awe-inspiring adventure stories about your trek through the wilderness together. After all, nothing says family bonding like a week full of bonfire nights.
It’s more affordable.
Our Travel Trailers start at just $99/night, so if you’re waiting for a better deal to show up at your doorstep, you may not be going on a trip at all. Plus, vehicles in our fleet are able to sleep up to 7 adults comfortably, just like a premium hotel suite in the wilderness. Or if not the wilderness, wherever you’d like to go!
It’s inherently more flexible than any other option.
With the constant confusion surrounding COVID-19 protocols and procedures, it’s high time there was a travel option that’s as flexible as you’ve had to be all year. When you book Nashville RV, know that you’re booking an option that can change plans with you. Heck, if you want to head down to the beach in your RV or travel trailer, you’re more than welcome to do so! The world is your oyster in a Nashville RV, no matter what happens around us. Book now and stop worrying about it already.
If you need ideas for final destinations, take a look at this list of socially-distant spots below!
Socially-Distant Spring Break Destination Ideas
Pictured Rocks at National Lakeshore, Michigan
- Pros: Huge variety of outdoor activities from hiking to kayaking and more.
- Cons: A little colder than southern destinations but has an average high of 50 degrees in April.
Hocking Hills, Ohio
- Pros: Great for chasing waterfalls and stunning rock foundations. Quaint college town of Athens is nearby with live entertainment, thrift shopping, and great food. (We recommend Casa Nueva!)
- Pros: Experience Santa Monica, California without the prices and the people. Plus, even warmer weather to boot.
- Cons: The sand and water has a brownish tint to it. Might be a turn off to families who are used to Florida beaches.
- Pros: Plenty of historical sites if you’re in for a more educational adventure. Plus picturesque beaches and activities!
- Cons: Maybe not ideal for kids who need a spring break from learning.
Grand Isle, Louisiana
- Pros: Fishing, bird-watching, hundreds of butterflies, and some of the best seafood you’ve ever tasted. Experience Louisiana’s version of “laid-back.”
- Cons: Bring bug spray.
Tybee Island, Georgia
- Pros: Just a few hours north of Florida but not nearly as well known. Great for families who want the Florida beach experience without the rambunctious Daytona demographic. Also, a great spot for kayaking.
- Cons: Bring bug spray.
Still need a little convincing? Surf our website, give us a call, or visit us in person so we can help you find the perfect socially-distant travel solution for your family this Spring Break. We look forward to getting you on the road and out of Nashville!