Off-season RV camping can offer advantages and great rewards with few drawbacks. The need to make reservations for campsites in advance may not be necessary. This allows you to stay where and for how long you desire without worrying about schedules. Some premium water-view campsites normally impossible to get may well be easily attainable. All of this at probably a shoulder or off season rate.
RV campgrounds and resorts are much quieter during the off seasons. This can further add to the relaxation normally associated with camping. Should this also coincide with school being in, the lack of children may appeal to some.
While some attractions may be closed for the season, many may not. Those that are open generally will be less attended allowing easier access and perhaps a reduced admission cost. Rides and specific shows that require wait times of 10 to 30 minutes at some theme parks may have no wait time.
Great restaurants that are normally packed with many patrons may be able to accommodate you at the time of your choosing. Some of the best photos are taken during the off-season of the northern areas, namely in the fall. Multiple colors of the forest’s leafy canopy with all hues can be photographically captured, and only during the off-season.
Then, of course, is the getting there, driving around, and the return trip home. The lack of holiday traffic generally reduces the road congestion throughout tourist areas. As usually are the highways and roads that connect them back toward home. With less traffic, a more leisurely drive can be experienced without holding other traffic up. Fuel may be found to be less costly than that of high season, as oil seems to rise in price during the summer and ease in the fall.
A further bonus to off-season camping is the extended use of your RV. Not only do you get to enjoy your rig more, but it is also good for it. A higher frequency of use is far better for the mechanics of your vehicle. So, get out and discover the off-season experience. Enjoy!