RVFTA #111 Seasonal Camping 101 with Jon and Heather Anderson

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RVFTA #111 Seasonal Camping 101 with Jon and Heather Anderson

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RVFTA #111 Seasonal Camping 101 with Jon and Heather Anderson

seasonal-camping-101On this week’s episode of RV Family Travel Atlas, we are talking about seasonal camping with some experienced experts, Jon and Heather Anderson. We first met Jon and Heather at the Hershey RV show in 2015 when they purchased their Class A Winnebago Brave. Since then, we have been impressed with how much time and research they put into all their RV decisions.

So we invited them onto the show to teach us the ins and outs of seasonal camping. Why did they decide to take the plunge? Are they happy with their choice? And perhaps most importantly…how much does this cost???

Seasonal Camping: The Pros and Cons

In the first segment, Jon and Heather walk us through their journey from buying a travel trailer to investing in a seasonal campsite. Then in the second segment, they share five tips for finding the perfect seasonal campground for your family.

If this episode peaks your interest in seasonal camping, make sure you visit Go RVing’s seasonal camping page, where you will find lots more information on picking the perfect spot to park your RV.

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Here are the links to some other articles and information mentioned in this episode of RV Family Travel Atlas:

You might think RVing is all about exploring new destinations and finding the next best campground. But we know that seasonal camping might be the best path to affordable RV bliss. This is RVFTA episode #111: Seasonal Camping 101 with Jon and Heather Anderson!

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3 Comments

  1. Mike

    I just finished listening to Seasonal Camping 101. Great pod cast! My wife and I were seasonal campers for 4 years and the 2016 camping season we gave up our seasonal site to go back on the road. We had a GREAT camping season this year. A major draw back of being a seasonal camper which was touched on in the pod cast is your neighbors know everything that you are doing. We found that if you did not have the best and newest accessories you were often looked down upon. We kept our site simple and did not add a deck or a paver patio just to keep up with the neighbors. I laughed out load about other seasonal asking about the electric bills, that happened every month. The other down fall is if you don’t participate in every activity at the campground you are labeled as anti-social. whats wrong with wanting to just relax after a long week. Don’t get me wrong seasonal camping is awesome, but it does have its down falls as well.

    • RVFamilyTravelAtlas

      Great feedback, Mike! We will definitely share this with our listeners!!

  2. ronald leblanc

    wife and i went to a few campgrounds found most of them all right but we found one small quiet and very friendly so we went a few times last year went a couple of times this year in june all weekends in july participated in weekend events got to know the crowd there was a dance one weekend the owner asked if we would like to be seasonal he said that he didn’t ask this of every one and that we fit in very well so we consider we had a 17 ft hybrid ,the wife said we were not going seasonal in it so we traded for 35 ft jayco eagle, the owner said he would find us a spot next spring expanding 12 new sights near the lake,so still awaiting the jayco we were asked to still participate in events even though we are not camping owner said considered us seasonal, last weekend was a bbq pork was amazing,next weekend is a crib tournament.really nice bunch of people,next spring setting up jayco there ,its 20 minutes from home ,the season ends mid october so no use setting it there this year,can’t wait for next spring,and not having to tow a trailer back and forth,one of the weekends was steamed mussels and clams ,i am semiretired boss wanted to stay on and 2 days a week and one weekend a month,may be fully retired next spring

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