Let’s Go RV

RVing lets you make every adventure completely your own. It’s your schedule, your wish list, your road map, and your world to explore.

All the information you need to know about RVs and the RV lifestyle, and the inspiration to start living it can be found at Vogel Talks RVing.

Here are some ideas to get you inspired.

Quail Creek State Park in Utah Dixie near St. George. © Rex Vogel, all rights reserved

Quail Creek State Park in Utah Dixie near St. George. © Rex Vogel, all rights reserved

RV People

RVing is so much more than traveling down the road and camping. It’s a community of people with the same desire to get out and go, to design their own adventures and their own lives, to take the trips of their dreams, and to do it with the ones they love.

RV Activities

Do. See. Go.

There’s so much to see and do and so many places to go. Camping, hiking, canoeing, kayaking, biking, fishing, backpacking, boon docking, sightseeing, and more. Having an RV opens up so many possibilities for what you can do, where you can do it, and what you can bring along with you.

Family Togetherness

RVing is a great way to build an irreplaceable bond with your family, not to mention a more affordable way to travel and see the sights.

Full-time RVing

RVers say it all the time: the hardest part of any trip is coming home. That’s why so many choose full-time RV living.

The Granite Dells near Prescott, Arizona. © Rex Vogel, all rights reserved

The Granite Dells near Prescott, Arizona. © Rex Vogel, all rights reserved

RV Events

Sporting events, tailgating, shows, music festivals, country fairs, rodeos, group campouts, and so much more. See what you have to look forward to after you start your RV life.

Let’s Find Your RV

No.1: What do you want to do on your trip?

Sightseeing, hiking, hunting, fishing, horseback riding, use motorized toys.

Biking, canoeing, kayaking.

Outdoor party.

Outdoor cooking

Nature watching.

Tailgating and events.

Off-the-grid camping.

Never ending road trip.

Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge in Southern Georgia. © Rex Vogel, all rights reserved

Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge in Southern Georgia. © Rex Vogel, all rights reserved

No. 2 How many people will sleep in your RV?

RVs come in all sizes, which means each one has a different amount of space for sleeping. In general, RVs can sleep from two people to ten.

No. 3 What couldn’t you live without?

Bathroom, full kitchen, TV and electronics, master bedroom with privacy, storage, and climate control.

No. 4 What will you do inside your RV?

Cook, extended road trip, sleep only, read and write, TV, movies, and/or video gaming.

Play board games and cards, craft and scrapbook, create kids-only space, work from the road, host parties, spend time with pets, and listen to music.

No. 5 How will your RV get around?

On its own power (motorized)

Behind my vehicle (towable)

Life is slow and easy in Amish Country. © Rex Vogel, all rights reserved

Life is slow and easy in Amish Country. © Rex Vogel, all rights reserved

No. 6 How easy should your RV setup be?

I can handle some reasonable setup.

It needs to be super easy.

It doesn’t matter to me.

No. 7 How much would you like to spend?

$, $$, $$$, or $$$$

Worth Pondering…

The attraction of recreational vehicle travel is to see the country, visit new places, meet interesting people, and experience the freedom of the open road.

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