Best RV Trips For Women In Retirement
As a woman in retirement, don’t hesitate to travel. Jump in an RV and check out the country!
Contributed by Jane Morris from Outdoorsy Rv Rental
Women today are more independent and more motivated than ever to accomplish their goals. They have bucket list items that often include traveling and seeing the country, once they are retired. For those women who have an RV, or decide to rent one, sight-seeing via RV is one of the best, most memorable trips, that anyone can take.
Whether as a group of friends, or traveling solo, these are some of the best RV trips in the USA for women in retirement.
Rhode Island is rich with history, beautiful architecture, and wonderful things to do and see. If you get the chance to head east, be sure to visit the mansions of Newport, Rhode Island. There are specialized tours that you can join, or you can design your own tour just by wandering about. Between the rose gardens, vintage drapery, and amazing structural details, you won’t have any trouble filling up your days with things to see or do.
If you love the beach, there are plenty of those to see and enjoy. Misquamicut is a great destination. There are things to do there summer, spring, and fall. From festivals to sunning on the beach and bar hopping to helicopter tours. At night, there are plenty of campgrounds to park your RV, with events happening at these locations, as well.
If you are visiting for the sights, or want an adventure, Rhode Island will not disappoint you.
Whether you like the warm ocean breeze of southern California, wine country, or the mountains of northern Cali, there is something for everyone in this state. For women traveling by RV, be sure to check out San Francisco.
San Francisco is a fascinating city with a ton to see and do. You can ride the cable cars, which are a historic landmark. The cable cars of San Fran are the world’s last manually operated cable car system whose cars are pulled along by cables buried in the street. They are amazing to visit and ride.
While there you must also see the Golden Gate Bridge. Listed on nearly everyone’s bucket list, this bridge was built in 1937, after 4 years of exhausting construction. It’s 1.7 miles long and comprised of over 160,000 miles of cables and wires. It’s a structural phenomenon and a must visit should you get the chance to go on an RV trip.
Mardi Gras is not just for the young; it is definitely for the young at heart! Head to New Orleans, Louisiana for your girls only RV trip and collect some Mardi Gras beads. While there, be sure to check out the amazing architecture of places like St. Landry Parish. The parish is the Zydeco Capital of the World.
If that is not enough, then the food alone will intrigue any traveler. Visit Arnaudville at the end of May for the annual Etouffee Festival. There are also local street vendors on every corner and amazing restaurants to visit and enjoy.
If you are new to the RV world, rent a small campervan for a weekend away to get a feel for it.
Be sure to visit places like Newport, Rhode Island, San Francisco, California, and New Orleans, Louisiana. These are some of the best RV trips in the USA for women in retirement.
Jump in an RV and check out the country!
In this video – Meet Theresa, who retired early by choosing a full time RV life!
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