Most KOA campgrounds remain open, serving as "essential businesses" in many communities to provide safe places to stay for the thousands of full-time RVers in the U.S. and Canada
The secret to this unusual road trip bliss: A 36-foot rented RV where the kids can be safely strapped in seatbelts but still able to play games at the table between them
“A hotel isn’t the same,” added Zach Dubey. “We get to be outside more,” cooking together, sitting around a fire. (Here, we rent a fire pit for $20 for our stay, plus wood.)
The 40 million people in the United States who RV camp regularly sure would be laughing at us newbies. But this is a first, and an adventure for us and whenever you step out of your comfort zone, you’ve got to figure there will be some bumps along the way. That’s why they call it an adventure! Duh.