Full-timing in your RV: what’s the attraction? There’s got to be a good reason for people to downsize to the point that their home is on wheels. It turns out there are several good reasons, such as 5-star RV Parks like Woodland Creek, that make your life fresh and new. But first, let’s define full-timing. Living full-time in an RV means living there all the time, 365 (or 366) days a year.
If you own a home and live in your RV for 11.5 months of the year, you’re a traveler, not a full-timer (at least, that’s how full-timers see it). Many full-timers don’t own a home – they have no fixed address, which has both its charms and its challenges.
Your current community may include family, local friends, school, church – a wide array of people you depend on for friendship and knowledge.
Leaving your current lifestyle might not be easy. If your community is necessary to your emotional health, think carefully before you sell everything and jump into the full-time RV world. Make sure everyone involved is equally interested in starting over. Try it out before you sell the farm.
Many love being full-time RVers, but it depends on the person. You see all kinds of situations. Three spaces from one RV family is a happy couple who travel the country with their ten-year-old daughter. Four spaces from them is a retired couple who sold everything, bought an RV, and now the wife misses being near their grandchildren.
Full-time RVing is not for everyone, but it can be exciting and will surely change your life. Finding the right place is a step in the right direction.
Take your time, do your homework, and enjoy the process. You are about to enter the adventure of a lifetime! Call us when you’re ready to explore a 5-star RV Park and see what we offer. Our staff is standing by, ready to show you around and help you settle into your new neighborhood.