Make the most of your Fall season this year with a good old fashioned RV trip! There are so many ways for you to really optimize your autumn with an RV because there is just so much to do during this time of year. Take a look at some fall RVing tips and suggestions on how to make the season of changing leaves a real last hurrah before the snow starts to fall.
- Scout out the pumpkin patches. Everyone loves a good pumpkin patch. Especially when there is an event going on around them. You can find patches that come with corn mazes, hay rides, and many other fun activities. If you have kids, taking a road trip over the weekend to visit some really amazing patches can be a great get-away.
- Hike the golden paths. If you have ever been hiking during the autumn, you probably know how much different your favorite trails look. With the light coming through the trees in a completely different way, the changing trees can make for a really beautiful hike. Even if you have a favorite place to hike during the summer, doing the same hike in the fall is a whole new experience.
- Check your RV. By this, we mean make sure you know the difference between warm weather RVing and cold weather RVing. You always want to make sure you check your tire pressure when RVing in the fall because it is prone to dropping as the weather changes. Check the heating system to make sure it is up and running after not being used all summer. Protect your water systems, especially as the weather gets colder. These things can save you a lot of maintenance trouble when you are on the road.
No matter what kind of camper you may be, taking an RV trip in the fall is something everyone should experience, so load up your RV and plan your trip today. If you are looking for a new RV to enjoy those golden paths or pumpkin patches, you can always check out our new and used RVs here at Oklahoma RV Center. You can also get driving directions to come by and check out our products first hand. And, of course, you can always contact us for any more information on our current inventory.