Here are some Quick Tips on How To Decorate your RV for the Holidays! You can go big or stay simple, either way you will love having your RV decked out for the Holiday Season!
Deck the RV with boughs of holly, Fa La La La La, La La La La! Tis the (Camping) Season to be Jolly!!!! Every RV can look stunning for the holiday season with these fun and easy tips. Starting with the outside of the RV, you can pop a beautiful wreath on the front, get icicle lights to hang from the awning and around the top and sides of your RV. Plus there are loads of fun ways to set up a little Nativity scene, snowman, or light-up Christmas trees and reindeer around your campsite on the outside. These are all simple, yet fun ways to dress up the outside of your RV.
Moving on to the inside, the slide-out is the perfect place for hanging Christmas lights, garlands, ornaments and stockings. On the front dash area, if you are going to be parked for most of the month, you can set up a Christmas Village or other similar decor that can be enjoyed from the inside and outside of your cozy home away from home. If you have been wanting a miniature Christmas tree with lights for the inside of your RV (that doesn’t take up too much space), check out Camping World’s impressive selection of potted Christmas tree internet specials here.
There are plenty of different ways to deck your wheels out for the Holidays and it all starts with a little Christmas cheer and some thoughtful planning, followed by creative thinking and getting into the spirit of Christmas. Then once its all decked out and beautifully lit up, you get to sit back, relax, and enjoy the season with your festive decor, wintry warm drinks, and plenty of good old-fashioned Christmas songs playing, while you wrap your gifts or throw your Holiday parties. Happy Decorating your RV for the Holidays!!!
Absolutely– well-stated! This picture definitely shows an extreme set-up!
IMHO don't overdo the decorations to the point that you disturb your neighbors! Nicely done, modestly done, and non-cluttered is best from the perspective of a Camp Host or property manager. Especially if electricity is included in your site exchange or "salary"…be considerate. This way EVERYONE can have a Merry Christmas!